Lower Manhattan hotel with a rooftop terrace is just steps away from the Manhattan Bridge and the banks of the East River
Hotel at a Glance: Madison LES Hotel
A newer hotel in the historic heart of Manhattan, the Madison LES Hotel overlooks some of the city’s most iconic attractions. The Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade Center, and the Manhattan Bridge all make for a gorgeous sight to wake up to— afterwards, guests can head downstairs to grab a bite of the hotel’s full complimentary hot breakfast before heading out for a day in the Big Apple. Walks in Central Park, shopping on Fifth avenue, and countless other attractions wait just outside. And afterwards, guests can head back to Madison LES Hotel’s rooftop terrace for one more look at the NYC skyline before they get some rest.
- Get some rest: in one of the hotel’s rooms or suites, or catch a bit of the Mets game on your room’s flat screen TV.
- Try a new perspective The rooftop terrace overlooks the city that never sleeps, the perfect spot to snag a late-night selfie
- Explore New York: The Madison LES Hotel is situated in lower Manhattan, near transportation within Manhattan and across the East River to Brooklyn
- Keep it fit: at Madison LES’s fitness room, where travelers can keep up with their regimen with high-tech fitness machines and equipment.
Times Square, Manhattan: Flashy Neon Lights and World-Class Culture
Times Square is at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. The famous address—affectionately known as “the Crossroads of the World”—is home to hypnotizing billboards, giant wraparound news tickers, and the neon lights of Broadway. Beyond the glitz and gimmicks, there are a number of cultural offerings in the area, ranging from museums to Michelin-rated restaurants. Buildings of historical and architectural interest include the Paramount Building and One Times Square, site of the annual New Year’s Eve ball drop.
Nearby, the Museum of Modern Art houses a trove of masterpieces including Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night, Claude Monet’s Water Lilies paintings, and Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans. Save time for a stroll through the museum’s outdoor sculpture garden, where installations are clustered around sparkling reflecting pools. About a mile north of Times Square, the David H. Koch Theater is home to one of the world’s foremost dance companies—the New York City Ballet, which stages contemporary works as well as classics like Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.