Outdoor brunch, the start of baseball season, and cherry blossoms—what’s not to love about the New York in the spring? As temperatures rise, locals shed their winter coats and head outdoors, from Central Park in Manhattan to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Here are Hotel 48LEX’s five reasons why spring is the best time to visit New York.
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 that will guarantee more likes and followers.
There are plenty of romantic things to do in on Valentine’s Day in NYC, but the most sought after are the incredible meals in its world-renowned restaurants. Throughout the month of January, restaurants fill quickly with reservations, so take your pick and make yours before its too late. Here are Hotel 48LEX’s recommendations for the best Valentine’s Day restaurants in NYC.
Which mood are you — Angel or Devil? No matter which you choose this Valentine’s Day in NYC, you and your partner can have the romantic getaway you were hoping for. Here’s our definitive guide to spending a romantic day in the city, indulging whatever side of love you choose.
In town for business? Impress your colleagues or boss with reservations at the best business restaurants in NYC. From the East Side to the West Side, here are our favorites.
New Yorkers are experts at pampering their pooches, even bringing them to dog friendly NYC hotels. Case in point: New York Magazine’s latest article on the rise of dog birthday parties. From upmarket grooming to outdoor parks to dog-friendly restaurants, here’s how to spend a day treating your pup to dog friendly NYC activities in Midtown—because man’s best friend deserves a vacation too.
The streets of Midtown Manhattan are never more alive than during the holiday season, when they’re laced with strings of lights and bustling with package-laden shoppers. As a guest at 48LEX, you’re in the perfect position to take full advantage of the festivities. The city’s most glamorous holiday window displays, gilding the windows of world-famous department stores, are all within easy walking distance. To make the most of your Christmas season, check out these festive spectacles.
When New York’s Grand Central Terminal opened a little over 100 years ago, architectural firm Reed and Stem’s plans called for the building of an entire new city surrounding the Beaux-Arts station. While that train-centered city was never fully realized, the station alone is packed with a day’s worth of things to see and do.
Winter is the most exciting time of the year in New York. Festive holiday cheer from stunning window displays to ice skating and hot chocolate await around seemingly every corner. But for a great way to warm up on a cold winter day, dip inside to these 4 winter exhibits at our favorite museums in NYC.
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.