The easiest way to get into the merriest of moods? Do some holiday shopping in NYC. Here are the best places near Hotel 48LEX New York where you can cross everybody off your holiday shopping list.
Since 1907, Manhattan revelers have gathered in Times Square to watch the ball drop, welcoming them into the New Year. Though over a million spectators continue to gather amidst the neon glow of Times Square, there’s more to New York than the brilliant lights and dazzling energy. Here’s how insiders spend New Year’s Eve in NYC.
The holidays in New York are best spent with the entire family. This year, follow these tips to celebrate the festive season in Manhattan.
Just steps from Hotel 48LEX New York, Bryant Park transforms every holiday season into New York’s true winter wonderland. From holiday shopping to a pop-up food hall and New York’s only free ice-skating rink, don’t miss this quintessential holiday activity. See it from October 31, 2019 – early 2020.
Did you miss NYC Pride this summer? Make up for it during LGBT History Month in October. Read on for five essential activities for LGBTQ travelers in New York.
New York City is full of art, from downtown galleries to public sculptures and murals where you’d least expect them. But the biggest museums in NYC never fail to impress. Check out our handy guide to the absolute best art to see this fall.
From Art Deco spires to Beaux-Arts behemoths and Modernist towers, New York City landmarks abound in Midtown East. Here are some of our favorites for you to check out this Archtober, October 1 – 31, 2019.
Every city has its culinary specialties. Boston has chowder, Miami has the cubano, Baltimore has the crab cake. But this is New York, so we have a lot of them. Here are 10 quintessential NYC foods.
Fall in the northeastern US — is there a better place in the world to spend autumn? From the vibrant colors of the changing leaves to cooler temperatures, fall is the best time to explore the region, whether by car or train. We started off in Philadelphia, New York’s neighbor to the south. Now we’re uncovering the best things to do this autumn in the Big Apple.
The U.S. Open is the largest tennis tournament in the country and one of the sport’s four prestigious Grand Slam showcases. The two-week competition returns to the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens this year, from Monday, August 26 – Sunday, September 8, 2019. Not only is this an opportunity to see some of the best tennis in the world, but it’s also a great opportunity to see NYC’s most populous and diverse borough. Check out our guide to the best things to see and do at the US Open in NYC.