Midtown Manhattan Travel Guide
Stay in the Center of it All
Encompassing the area south of Central Park and north of Union Square, Midtown is New York City’s most iconic neighborhood. Midtown Manhattan activities are spread across a slew of notable micro-neighborhoods, including Times Square, the Theater District and Hell’s Kitchen, offering a diverse selection of dining, shopping and entertainment destinations.
Whether you are seeking an elegant restaurant for a subdued evening, a popular bar for an evening on the town, an exclusive cocktail salon, or an upscale boutique, our hotel near Times Square is close to it all. Signature New York City attractions and sights like the Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal and the Chrysler Building line the avenues, and scenic parks such as Bryant Park, Central Park and Madison Square Park offer an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. Times Square and the Theater District provide 24/7 entertainment amid the city’s brightest lights, and the Ninth Avenue corridor in Hell’s Kitchen features some of the city’s most diverse dining.
The area is home to elite corporations and local businesses alike, ranging from investment banking offices to independent coffee shops to unique retailers. With Broadway theaters, Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall all within blocks of one another, Midtown is home to many of NYC’s premier events. A step outside our hotel’s front door transports you into a setting that is unrivaled anywhere else in America.
What’s within walking distance of the Iroquois New York? Peruse our Midtown Manhattan travel guide to learn about dining, shopping, entertainment and other attractions within steps of our hotel.