Suites with kitchenettes and marble baths in Manhattan, within blocks of Carnegie Hall, MoMA, Central Park, and Radio City
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Hotel at a Glance: The Manhattan Club
The suites at The Manhattan Club provide a cozy respite from the hustle and bustle of the city below. Each room features marble bathrooms, upholstered headboards, plush robes, and other luxe accents, which create a spa-like atmosphere. Suites are also spacious enough for kitchenettes, so you can easily whip up a snack or heat up leftovers from dining out in New York’s vibrant food scene.
- In-room amenities: Free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and Bose sound system.
- Catch a concert at Carnegie Hall, which is kitty-corner from the hotel.
- See Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” at the Museum of Modern Art, which is a 10-minute walk away.
Manhattan’s Midtown West: Edgy, Urban Vibe with Lots of Restaurants
Though it’s a stone’s throw from top attractions such as Central Park, Broadway, and Radio City Music Hall, Midtown West can feel a little grittier and less developed than some of the surrounding NYC neighborhoods. Stretching roughly from 59th to 29th Street and the Hudson River to 8th Avenue (though some say it continues as far east as Madison Avenue), Midtown West lacks the chain restaurants of Times Square and the large department stores of 5th Avenue. Instead, you can find neighborhood markets, cafes, and walk-up row houses.
Midtown West is also known as Hell’s Kitchen, a nod to the numerous restaurants that serve everything from Asian street food to fine French cuisine. The neighborhood’s eateries and bars are especially concentrated along 9th and 10th Avenues, and it’s easy to walk between them all.