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Situated just off I-95, Best Western Premier NYC Gateway Hotel is a few miles away from the heart of Manhattan, and the many attractions of New York City. The hotel offers a shuttle service to the Big Apple, and has plenty of on-site facilities to make a day stay more comfortable.
Global Menu – There’s a cluster of restaurants to the north, including Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill, and Red Lobster. Head towards NYC and you’ll find upscale seafood establishment Chart House, whilst across the water there are options as diverse as Peruvian cuisine from Pio Pio 8, Mexican delights from Leon, and Turkish temptations from Turkuaz Restaurant.
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum – On the other side of the Hudson River there’s the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, a floating flight museum housed in an aircraft carrier. This unique venue has astonishing exhibits including Concorde, a submarine, and a space shuttle, not to mention the strange experience of walking through an actual aircraft carrier.
Brilliant Broadway – Broadway, the most famous theater district on this side of the Atlantic, is close at hand. Whether you prefer contemporary works or those penned by Shakespeare in the Elizabethan era, there are musicals, comedies, dramas, and tragedies to make you laugh, cry, or sing along.
Architectural Icons – Whether you’re a film buff or a fan of modern architecture, Manhattan has some fantastic buildings, including three veteran stars of the silver screen. A beautiful example of art deco architecture, the Chrysler Building was once the tallest in the world. It isn’t today, of course, but it does remain a stunning sight. Nearby, the Empire State Building is an iconic structure of art deco style dating back to 1931. A short walk away is the even older Flatiron Building, its unique triangular shape finished in 1902. It is perhaps most famous as the home of Spiderman’s Daily Bugle.
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Shuttle service to NYC.