The Manhattan Club is centrally located in the heart of midtown Manhattan placing you within walking distance of so many of New York City's major attractions such as the theater district of NYC, including some of our most renowned restaurants, museums, theaters and landmarks.
A convenient location makes for a relaxing vacation allowing you to stop by your suite midday to drop off packages and rest your feet or to regroup with friends before heading out for an evening on the town.
All forms of public transportation are just outside our door ready to provide quick access to uptown and downtown areas. Stay in the heart of it all and feel like a real New Yorker.
Major attractions within walking distance of The Manhattan Club include:
- Central Park
- Madison Avenue
- Fifth Avenue
- Rockefeller Center
- Carnegie Hall
- Radio City Music Hall
- Lincoln Center
- Broadway theaters
- St. Patrick's Cathedral
- NBC Studios
- Top of the Rock observatory
- Saks Fifth Avenue
- Bergdorf Goodman
- Henri Bendel
- Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
- Columbus Circle
- Time Warner Center
- Museum of Art and Design
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This once almost forgotten performance stage has gained great prominence in recent years and continues to bring a variety of dance performances including world renowned ballet companies and vocal artists.
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One of the world’s most renowned performance stages bringing you classical and contemporary music.
57th Street Shopping
One of the most diverse shopping locations that features an eclectic variety of stores including upscale Burberry, Channel, Hermes and MacKenzie Childs and more sensible Levi’s, Nike Town, Brookstone and Tourneau.
Fifth Avenue Shopping
Tiffany’s, Saks, Gucci, Prada…the world's most fashionable names are located on this notorious avenue. One of the best places to window shop or indulge in select purchases.
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
One of the world’s greatest collections of modern art is housed in this recently expanded museum. Stay for dinner at “The Modern” and afterward admire the large sculptures in the Rockefeller Garden.
Approximately 40 Broadway theaters provide a year round schedule of musicals, dramas, comedies and one-man shows starring some of the world’s best performers. Enjoy a tony award winning hit or venture off Broadway to something less conventional.
Within the 843 acres you will find a zoo, trails to hike, bike or run, a lake to row boat in the warm weather and two ice skating rinks during the cooler months, tennis courts, historic carousel and an outdoor theatre where you will enjoy free plays. All these activities are sure to make you hungry, so while you are there enjoy a meal at the Boathouse or Tavern on the Green.
Perhaps New York City’s best known attraction, Rockefeller Center presents changing floral exhibits in its channel gardens, indoor and outdoor dining, shopping concourse, NBC studios where you can visit studio H, home of Saturday Night Live, or see the Today Show and, of course, during the holiday season it is home to the world’s largest Christmas Tree.
Not just popular on New Year’s Eve, this revived area is now home to a variety of venues that provide entertainment for the entire family. Here you’ll find, Toy’s R Us featuring an indoor Ferris wheel, Hershey’s and M&Ms stores, Dave & Buster’s, ESPN, Cold Stone Creamery, The Hard Rock Café, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, multiplex movie theater and, of course, TKTS.