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.
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.
Celebrate Labor Day in the city where it was founded. Since a New York labor union first established the holiday in 1882, it has become a welcome break for New Yorkers — and a way to celebrate the unofficial end of the summer season. Here’s how to have the perfect Labor Day in NYC.
How do you stay fit while traveling? Wellness in NYC reigns supreme, so there are plenty of ways. Whether you’re here for business or leisure, here’s how you can stay fit with or without leaving the hotel.
The NYC Ferry is bringing locals and visitors to the city’s once-industrial shores. Along the East River, explore some of New York’s best restaurants, bars and arts. The NYC Ferry connects lower Manhattan with the Brooklyn and Queens waterfronts, making for a more relaxed and scenic way to get around. Skip the subway and hit the spots below when you take the NYC Ferry this summer.
From outdoor festivals to sprawling parks and cocktails on rooftops, there’s nothing quite like NYC in the summer. Here are all the reasons why you need to visit and what you can experience during the warmest months of the year.
If you want to follow the well-heeled locals in New York, just spend 48 hours on the Upper East Side. The neighborhood’s doors lead to many of the city’s best restaurants and cultural attractions — and chances are at least one will be held by a white-glove doorman. And because it’s located just a hop, skip, and jump from Midtown, it’s easy to spend the weekend on the Upper East Side.
New York may not be known as the greenest city on the planet. But on Earth Day, the city gives Mother Nature the celebration she deserves. Looking for NYC outdoor activities to enjoy on Earth Day? From Earth Day celebrations to simply taking in the sun, sea, and salty air, these are the best things to see and do this year.
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.