The Manhattan Club Owners

NYC Attractions

The Manhattan Club is found in the premier location of midtown Manhattan placing you within walking distance to an abundance of New York City's major attractions.  Such attractions include the theater district of NYC, world renowned restaurants, museums, and landmarks.

A convenient location makes for a relaxing vacation allowing you to stop by your suite midday to drop off packages and rest your feet or to regroup with friends before heading out for an evening on the town.

Another convenience of our ideal location is that all forms of public transportation are just outside our door.  Access to uptown and downtown areas are quick and easy. Stay in the heart of it all and feel like a real New Yorker.

Major attractions within walking distance of The Manhattan Club include:

  • Central Park
  • Madison Avenue
  • Fifth Avenue
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Carnegie Hall
  • Radio City Music Hall
  • Lincoln Center
  • Broadway theaters
  • St. Patrick's Cathedral
  • NBC Studios
  • Top of the Rock observatory
  • Saks Fifth Avenue
  • Bergdorf Goodman
  • Henri Bendel
  • Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
  • Columbus Circle
  • Time Warner Center
  • Museum of Art and Design

City Center

(across the street)

The New York City Center was Manhattan’s first performing arts center. To this day, City Center continues to bring a variety of dance performances including world renowned ballet companies and vocal artists.

Carnegie Hall

(across the street)

Carnegie Hall is an essential part of New York City’s cultural fabric and the world’s most famous concert hall.  For over a century, Carnegie Hall has been the place where distinctive artists of all stripes have come to make their names in New York City.

57th Street Shopping

(1 block)

Midtown's 57th Street easily ranks among New York City's most luxe and diverse shopping destinations. From upscale stores like Chanel, Saint Laurent and Hermes to the more common Niketown, H&M, Bloomingdale’s and Brookstone.

Fifth Avenue Shopping

(2 blocks)

Home to massive flagship stores like Tiffany & Co, Apple Store, Dolce & Gabbana and more, the world's most fashionable names are located on this notorious avenue.

MoMA - Museum of Modern Art

(2 blocks)

The largest art museum in the United States and most visited art museum in the world. The recently expanded museum houses the largest collection of modern and contemporary art. Stay for dinner at “The Modern” or enjoy a cocktail at “Terrace 5” for a spectacular view of The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden and the surrounding skyline.

Theatre District

(2 blocks)

New York City's Theater District is an area in Midtown Manhattan where most Broadway theaters are located, approximately 40 Broadway theaters provide a year round schedule of musicals, dramas, comedies and one-man shows starring some of the world’s best performers.

Central Park

(3 blocks)

No matter the season, this 843 acres national historic landmark is a setting for enjoying many pursuits.  Central Park offers hundreds of special attractions, including a zoo, trails to hike, bike or run, horse and carriage tours, ice skating rinks during the cooler months, tennis courts, historic carousel and an outdoor theatre where you will enjoy free plays. Work up an appetite and enjoy a delicious meal at the Boathouse or Tavern on the Green.

Columbus Circle

(4 blocks)

Time Warner Center and CNN studios can all be found right here.

Rockefeller Center

(5 blocks)

The Rockefeller Center is an Art Deco landmark in NYC that exhibits floral displays in its channel gardens, indoor and outdoor dining, shopping concourse, and the NBC studios where you can visit the set of Saturday Night Live, or see the Today Show.  The Rockefeller Center is home to numerous NY events, including the lighting of the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree.

Times Square

(8 blocks)

One of the most visited places in the world, Times Square is a constant buzzing tourist magnet.  There are over 100 stores in the area including Hershey’s and M&Ms stores, Dave & Buster’s, ESPN, home to MTV headquaters, The Hard Rock Café, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, multiplex movie theater and, of course, TKTS.

Lincoln Center

(10 blocks)

Lincoln Center is New York's premier venue for the performing arts.  Home to the world-renowned Metropolitan Opera, American Ballet Theater, New York City Opera, New York City Ballet, the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and more.