Central Park

Upper West & East Side

The Upper West Side is on the west side of Central Park and is a quiet and pleasant area.
The amazing museum American Museum of Natural History can be found here as can Lincoln Center, the largest building for performing arts in the world.
The Metropolitan Opera House, David Geffen Hall and David H. Koch Theater are world-renowned for their concerts, opera and ballet performances. The famous Juilliard School is also located in the Lincoln Center. If you have the opportunity to visit a performance, please do – it will be a memory for life.

Central Park is 
an incredibly beautiful oasis in the midst of this vibrant city is Central Park. If you live close to the park, it clearly has its advantages. A morning jog or a long walk is always an enjoyable experience.

Upper East Side
 – this is Manhattan’s most exclusive neighborhood and in the 5 km² area are some of the most expensive properties in the United States. 
Fifth Avenue, passing along Central Park on its eastern side, followed by Park Avenue between 60th Street and 96th, is New York’s most prominent streets in terms of reputable residential addresses. Madison Avenue running between the two is the most exclusive shopping street with both small and large stores, often with an extremely luxurious range.

In addition to the larger residential buildings along the avenues, there are a number of so-called townhouses, smaller single-family houses, on the crossroads. A townhouse on any of the streets between the park and Lexington Avenue can cost up to $ 50 million.

The avenues east of Lexington has a quite extensive range of good neighbourhood restaurants and bars. Particularly Second Avenue is sometimes called the world’s longest bar street as it has several bars almost wall-to-wall all the way from Harlem River to Houston Street.

Upper East Side also has some of New York’s best museums:
• Metropolitan Museum of Art
 • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 
• Whitney Museum of American Art 
• Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
 • National Academy of Design
 • New Gallery 
• The Asia Society 
• Frick Collection
 • Museum of the City of New York (north of 96th Street)
 • The Jewish Museum 
• Museum of American Illustration

The advantage of staying here is that you are close to all the museums and Central Park.

My favorite hotels in Upper West

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Nylo Hotel

The iconic beauty of Central Park—just steps away. It’s all the vibrancy of Manhattan with the quiet comforts of a stately, tree-lined neighborhood. Feel like staying in? Both rooms and suites are available—some with balconies overlooking the NYC skyline and the Hudson River, and all with modern comforts.

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Empire Hotel

Unwind at The Empire Hotel in style and comfort after a long day in New York City. Each guestroom is finely decorated and offers premium bedding and luxury bathroom amenities. For a nightcap, join us in our decadent Lobby Bar, made famous in the hit series Gossip Girl, or catch the natural breeze of Central Park on our rooftop indoor / outdoor bar for evening al fresco cocktails.

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Hotel Beacon

Located at the corner of Broadway and W 75th, Hotel Beacon is the jewel of the Upper West Side – and a rare find in New York City. It’s one of the few remaining residential hotels, and one of the few places in Manhattan where you can find spacious rooms and numerous two-bedroom suites.

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Hotel Marrakech

All of our rooms are clean, modern, comfortable, and have top notch amenities to ensure you enjoy world class comfort and a peaceful night’s sleep. This affordable hotel is surrounded by dozens of world-class restaurants, bars, comedy clubs, theaters, steps from Central Park, and conveniently located next to the subway line for easy access to midtown and downtown

My favorite hotels near Central Park

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6 Columbus  – A SIXTY Hotel

6 Columbus infuses its 1960s modernist décor with 21st-century sensibilities and stylish accommodations. Located just steps from Columbus Circle, Central Park, and the city’s sparkling skyscrapers, 6 Columbus is truly singular among Midtown NYC hotels.

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1 Hotel Central Park

Situated steps from Central Park, 1 Hotel Central Park is your perfect refuge in the middle of Manhattan. Relax in comfort, surrounded by living green plants and thoughtful touches of nature. Rooms with reclaimed woods, treetop views, a custom organic cotton mattress and 100% organic cotton sheets.

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Viceroy Hotel Central Park

Our Roman and Williams boldly designed guest rooms are unique in their detail, with strong and elegant features featuring rich exotic Iroko wood and leather and a mix of metals such as brass and aluminum. With rooms that invoke the golden age of travel they are reminiscent of a tailored ship’s cabin, intelligently designed to maximize space and comfort.

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The Plaza

Located in the heart of New York City overlooking Central Park, The Plaza Hotel delivers unmatched luxury for its guests. Since its opening in 1907, The Plaza has become one of the world’s most celebrated hotels, welcoming notable guests including presidents, royalty, and countless celebrities through the years.

My favorite hotels on Upper East Side

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The Carlyle

The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel is a timeless classic. This New York luxury hotel showcases refined taste and creates a true Manhattan experience for sophisticated travelers. With 190 lavish rooms and suites, The Carlyle offers the exclusive ambiance of an Upper East Side pied-à-terre.

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The Mark

Each New York City suite and guest room at The Mark Hotel is a luxurious, serene retreat. As in the great public spaces, the hotel’s designer Jacques Grange applied his same bold vision and exacting eye for detail, but in a quieter, more private key.

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Gardens NYC Hotel

Our Upper East Side hotel offers 132 generously appointed suites with large living space, including full kitchens ideal for extended stays in Manhattan. Our signature Affinia bed is made even more inviting with your choice of pillows.

The Franklin
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The Franklin

Hailed as one of New York City’s most romantic hotels, The Franklin sits nestled on a quiet tree-lined street in the heart of Manhattan’s cultural center in the prestigious Upper East Side. A short walk from Central Park, the famed Museum Mile, Madison Avenue shops and an array of superb dining options.

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Bentley Hotel

With breathtaking views of the East River and of the 59th Street Bridge, our tastefully appointed guest rooms reflect that very elegance and sophistication, while also being within walking distance to some of the greatest destinations in New York City.

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Loews Regency Hotel

Situated boldly on New York’s Park Avenue, a destination luxury hotel that is conveniently located on Manhattan’s Upper Eastside. The Loews Regency seamlessly blends its iconic Art Deco design with modern sensibilities. 379 spacious guestrooms, including 58 spectacular suites & residences.

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