Book your stay at the Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Midtown East hotel today to experience the best New York City has to offer! Right in the center of all the action, guests of hotel have no trouble finding things to do in Midtown, NYC. Our hotel’s located close to a number of Manhattan attractions, like Times Square and Bryant Park.
Guests looking for fun things to do near Grand Central Station will enjoy tons of local restaurants, entertainment and attractions, all just steps away!
Just a short walk up to 5th avenue, our hotel is close to some of the most amazing shopping in New York! Take a stroll down 5ht until you reach another gorgeous landmark, Central Park- an ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city without ever leaving it!
Guests looking for a night out on the town won’t have to tread far. Our hotel’s close to Broadway, the world-famous street known for its many theaters and original shows. Ask our friendly concierge for information on tickets for upcoming shows.
In the city that never sleeps, there’s always something to do! Check out our list of the top things to do on your next trip to Midtown Manhattan!
Dining, shopping, Broadway, music, comedy, museums, nightlight, and much more. Whatever you are looking for, Times Square is bound to have it. Stop by the Times Square Museum and Visitor’s Center for insight on the endless possibilities of activities.
Open daily from 6am until 1am, this iconic New York landmark is enjoyed by more than 40 million visitors each year. The park’s 843 acres encompass historical landmarks, playgrounds, the Central Park Zoo, museums, gardens, and more.
The iconic symbol of New York City, the statue of Liberty is the 93m tall neoclassical sculpture of Liberty Island. Visited by many, the universally recognized landmark is a must visit location for all New York and Manhattan visitors.
Sixty-eight shops, 35 dining choices, a market, and a calendar full of events make the nation’s most famous Terminal a must-see during your visit in New York. Take a tour with an audio headset, or download it to your smartphone and take a tour at your convenience.
The center of New York City and the tristate region’s broadcasting operations; the Empire State Building was built in 1930 with a peak labor force of 3,000 men. Framework for this historic building rose at a rate of 4 ½ stories per week. It received its own zip code in 1980, was names “America’s Favorite Architecture” in 2007 and today is a model for retrofitting existing buildings to reduce their carbon footprint following the announcement of their sustainability program in 2009.
Madison Square Garden (also called “MSG” or “The Garden”) is Manhattan’s center for entertainment. From large concerts to national level sports, Madison Square Garden sees hundreds of thousands of people annually.