Midtown is the district most people think of when they think of New York, and it’s a fantastic place to make your base if you're looking forward to exploring the city that never sleeps. From the bright lights and bustle of Times Square and Broadway to Grand Central Station and the iconic Sixth Avenue.
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At YOTEL New York near Times Square you’re ideally situated to explore Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown and everything the city has to offer. This central location is a perfect starting point to see the best the city has to offer.
The Empire State Building
A visit to to the Empire State Building is a truly captivating and immersive experience. From the 82nd and 102nd floor observatories, you can view New York in all its magnificent glory away from the rush of the streets below. Moreover, tours and exhibitions run frequently for those who wish to be educated further in the history of this historically captivating and truly unique building.
Find out more about the Empire state building by visiting its official website.
(photo by Andrés Nieto Porras)
Top of everyone's list when they visit New York, the instantly-recognisable Times Square is an exhilarating riot of colour and sound which perfectly captures the city. You'll find some incredible restaurants just a stone's throw from the hotel, including Le Bernardin, a renowned fresh seafood restaurant - a great places to eat out before catching a theatre show!
Grand Central Terminal
Photo by (Kai Lehmann)
Perhaps the most iconic station in the world, there's no escaping the romance of Grand Central. The exquisite interior of the station houses many top-rated restaurants, shops and bars, including the world-famous Grand Central Oyster Bar, which is well worth a visit during your stay. This fantastic landmark is only a 23 minute walk (10 minute cab ride) from YOTEL New York”
Broadway consists of 41 theatres in the Theater District and Lincoln Center in Midtown. It’s considered the premium spot for commercial theatre, especially musicals.
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Some of the most notable theatres are the Belasco Theatre, Helen Hayes Theatre, Al Hirschfeld Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Music Box Theatre, New Amsterdam Theatre, Booth Theatre, Palace Theatre, Richard Rodgers Theatre and Winter Garden Theatre.
Check out the Broadway.org website for up-to-date information on current performances and ticketing information.
The famous Restaurant Row lies on West 46th Street between Broadway and 9th Avenue. Prepare to have your mind and taste buds well and truly blown by this extensive collection of international cuisines.
Visit the Restaurant Row website to decide which restaurant is best for you.
Bryant Park is a beloved New York staple. All year round, locals and tourists alike visit these disarmingly beautiful seasonal gardens. For the active adventurers amongst us, there are plenty of events to keep you entertained, from arts and crafts and karaoke, to boot camp sessions and juggling lessons.
Best of all, Byrant Park is a mere 15 minute walk (8 minute cab rode from YOTEL)
Keep up to date with all things Byrant Park here.
There are so many more incredible places to explore during a visit to Midtown New York, you certainly won't have a chance to get bored during your stay. When you check in to YOTEL, merely steps away from Times Square, you can be guaranteed a comfortable stay and easy access to all the top places this vibrant city has to offer.
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