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Nostalgia and modernity are mingled at the NoMo SoHo Hotel in south Manhattan. Day guests have fantastic local restaurants and theatrical productions to experience, as well as the many museums and iconic sights of New York City.
All the World’s a Menu – A few steps from the hotel is Le Coucou, where Francophiles can sate their appetite with a menu of refined fare including lobster, rabbit, and duck. If Thai treats tickle your fancy head along to Uncle Boons where creative dishes and cocktails await. Reinvented Italian-American classics and pizzas are served up at Rubirosa, whilst the Bodhi Kosher Vegetarian Restaurant has a vegan twist on Chinese cuisine. Other local styles include tapas, seafood, Japanese, and more.
Sleep No More – There are countless great theatrical venues catering to every type of audience, whether you prefer tragedy or comedy, drama or musicals. One particularly memorable experience can be found at Sleep No More, an interactive film noir MacBeth performance in a five floor 1930s hotel.
Statue of Liberty – The Statue of Liberty has welcomed guests to New York City for over a hundred years, and is an iconic symbol of both the city and the nation’s freedom. Located on an island a little southwest of Manhattan, day visitors can take a guided tour and wander the museum of this famous site.
- Magnificent Museums – Culture vultures have a lot to sink their teeth into, from the contemporary artworks of the New Museum to the global and historic collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Central Park. The military-minded can see exhibits including a submarine, shuttle, and Concorde at the aircraft carrier that is now the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, with dozens more museums in Manhattan alone.
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Dog-friendly hotel (fee required).