Have a day use room in New York City and curious what to do? Check out these recommendations and facts to get acquainted with NYC.
Your New York City Day Use Hotel Experience, Simplified
Sights - Modeled after an elevated Parisian park, the High Line is a must see. Housed in an old Nabisco factory nearby is Chelsea Market, featuring specialty shops and eateries. For an expanded view of the city—including Central Park and Manhattan—try Top of The Rock Observation Deck.
Food - Hudson Eats at Manhattan’s Brookfield Place offers 14 upscale fast-casual chef-centric eateries with the view of the Hudson River. NYC’s largest and most diverse borough, Queens satisfies palates with dishes like Korean paella and Colombian arepas to Malaysian roti. Just north, the Bronx highlights classic cuisine from Little Italy, fresh New England seafood-style dishes and a variety of South-Asian outposts.
Museums - New York City has a museum for every interest. Visit MoMa for modern art, head over to the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim or take in a bit of mystery and intrigue at the interactive Spyscape Museum, among countless other choices.
Sports - The Big Apple is home to some of the most storied sports franchises. Head to Yankee Stadium to catch America’s pastime or venture to storied Madison Square Garden to watch New York’s darlings—the Knicks. If you want more of a guided experience, try Time Square’s newest attraction, the NFL Experience.
Seven New York City Facts We Love
The first pizzeria in the United States was opened in NYC in 1895.
New York City, is a linguistically diverse city with over 800 languages spoken.
The Empire State building has its own zip code.
The Bronx Zoo is the largest city zoo in the United States, comprising 265 acres, 4,000 animals and 500 species.
“The Big Apple” was originally a horse racing term, coined in 1920 by African American stable hands who referred to New York City and its tracks as big-time venues.
Opening in 2016, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub is known as the world’s “Most Expensive Train Station” costing $4 billion to build.
Founded in 1736, Bellevue Hospital is the oldest public hospital in the U.S.