Midtown East is easily accessible from anywhere in Manhattan, making it the ideal location for both work and play. Centrally located across Grand Central Station, Club Quarters Hotel, Grand Central allows for easy access to a range of businesses, restaurants, shops, and attractions–all within walking distance.
Bask in the bright lights of Times Square at Club Quarters Hotel, Times Square-Midtown. Housed in a celebrated landmark building, this prime location is just steps from the ball drop, Broadway shows, and the shopping and attractions of Times Square.
Known for its impressive architecture and rich history, the Financial District is the pulsing heart of Manhattan. Overlooking One World Trade, Club Quarters Hotel, World Trade Center is just a stone’s throw from One World Observatory, New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street, Brookfield Place, the Oculus, and more.
149 West 14th Street
Chama Mama’s modern spin on Georgian cuisine brings out a zesty array of flavors from a crossroads of cultures. Be sure to order the cheese-filled khachapuri, baked in a clay oven—it’s a delicious experience not to miss.
155 West 51st Street
This New York City classic shines with a seafood-forward menu from Eric Ripert and Old-World wine pairings from sommelier Aldo Soho.
40 West 45th Street
Located in the lobby of Club Quarters Hotel, Times Square-Midtown, Midpoint Bar is a celebrated local landmark that has earned its spot on the National Register of Historic Places. The one-of-a-kind space features small plates, signature libations, and happy hour.
135 West 50th Street
This Singaporean street food center celebrates a variety of Asian dishes from Hainanese curry rice and laksa to yam baskets and build-your-own dumpling noodles.
51 Grove Street
Old-school Italian trattoria in a rustic setting with communal tables and wooden cabinets. Savor the standout fried rabbit and grilled octopus dishes.
140 Washington Street
Located on the 20th floor of the Club Quarters Hotel, World Trade Center, this stylish lounge has unbeatable views of One World Trade Center and surrounding cityscape. Order one of the seasonal specialty cocktails and settle on the outdoor patio to unwind.
Several access points from Gansevoort and Washington Street and West 14th to 28th Street
A former train track is now an elevated walkway with overlooks and passageways populated with artwork, grasses, shrubs, and trees.
Between 82nd and 110th Streets on Fifth Avenue
This Upper East Side stretch is a paradise for art lovers with iconic institutions such as the Guggenheim Museum, Neue Gallery, and the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum.
117 West Street
At the pinnacle of the tallest building in the city, this glass-enclosed observatory has panoramic skyline views and high-tech multimedia features.
45 Rockefeller Plaza
An Art Deco complex stretching several blocks, Rockefeller Center features an observation deck, winter skating rink, shopping, and restaurants.
Broadway/Seventh Avenue between 42nd and 47th Street
This skyscraper-rimmed square is one of the most iconic destinations in New York City. Get discount show tickets at TKTS for Broadway shows, and catch the dazzling display of lights during the evening. There are even a variety of things that you can do for free.
230 Vesey Place
This dynamic shopping center has an array of brands and culinary destinations around a glass atrium. Immerse yourself in the French flavors of Le District, a marketplace with a wine bar and several eat-in restaurants.
75 9th Avenue
A former factory in the Meatpacking district, this market features an eclectic collection of merchants from a creator’s flea market to a bazaar with babouche slippers and caftans.
828 Broadway at 12th Street
This legendary bookstore is a bookworm’s dream. With more than 2.5 million used, new and rare books, you can browse for hours on topics from crafts and gardening to political science and philosophy.
Worth an afternoon promenade, this legendary shopping boulevard is home to landmark department stores, luxury boutiques, and posh eateries.
11 West 53rd Street
Recreate a museum in your home with high-design finds from the museum store of one of the world’s most famous modern art institutions. Browse through prints, home wares, tech accessories, and books before or after your visit to MoMA.
New York City is served by three major airports: John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA), and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). Trains ride into Grand Central Station and Penn Station, the city’s two main rail stations. Several major bus lines also service the city.
New York City’s mass transit system includes subways and buses. Ferries can get travelers from uptown or downtown in Manhattan to Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, and New Jersey. Taxis and car rides are also available as is the Citi Bike share system, with around 1,700 stations around the city.
Know the Lingo
Bodega: A convenience store that comes from the word “cellar” in Spanish. Bridge and tunnel: People living outside of Manhattan. The city: Manhattan. Schmear: Cream cheese. Slice: A single slice of pizza. Upstream: When you see someone waiting for a cab and run ahead of them to steal it.
The Staten Island Ferry is a wonderful and free way to capture epic shots of the skyline from the water. Jump on one of the iconic orange ferries, which are a photo op in themselves, to see some of the best views of downtown Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
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