This property is located in New York (Commons Historic District), close to Pace University, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and National September 11 Memorial. Also nearby are One World Trade Center and New York Stock Exchange.
Located in the heart of New York, this property is within walking distance of Pace University, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and National September 11 Memorial. Also nearby are One World Trade Center and New York Stock Exchange.
This New York City hotel located on Seventh Avenue at 33rd Street is across from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station.
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It's in New York, an excellent destination with a population of 8,200,000 people. Commons Historic District is located 0.8 miles to the north of Downtown Manhattan Heliport Airport and 3 miles south of the city center.
When you're settled in, it's time to visit some close tourist sites. First off, try Maria Hernandez Park or SculptureCenter. You might also like Carl Schurz Park and MoMA PS1. To see a different side of New York, head down to the nearby neighborhoods Tribeca and Financial District.
It won't take very long to get to one of the most renowned sights around. Central Park is only 5 miles to the northeast.
Make sure you have a look at Metropolitan Museum of Art and United Nations Headquarters while you're in the city center. You can also check out St. Patrick's Cathedral and Carnegie Hall.
Want a break from the little ones? Get a babysitter and go to Brooklyn Brewery, National Arts Club, Webster Hall and National Comedy Theatre.
Head to some cultural places to gain a deeper understanding of the region. Japan Society, Onassis Cultural Center NY, Scandinavia House – The Nordic Center in America and Abrons Art Center are recommended stops.
Get to know other art patrons at Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, FusionArts Museum, Rubin Museum of Art and Swiss Institute. Examine the thought-provoking pieces and then have a coffee at a close by café.
Wander around the intriguing exhibits and see if you can jump on a guided tour at City Reliquary, Park Avenue Armory, Society of Illustrators and Museum of Tolerance.
Book your pass, locate your seat and settle in for a night of entertainment at a local venue, including Music Hall of Williamsburg, Taipei Gallery and Theater, The Stone and Le Petit Versailles.
Hit the fairways at the nearby courses, including Chelsea Piers Golf Club, Pier 25 Mini-Golf and Liberty National Golf Club. Fine tune your swing and then go to the nineteenth hole for a cold one or two.
If you feel like treating the little travelers, Union Square Theatre, Jane’s Carousel, Film Forum and Poets House should be perfect.
Learn about all kinds of unique animals at Central Park Zoo and Prospect Park Zoo. Make sure you take lots of snaps!
Head over to McCarren Park Pool, Asser Levy Recreation Center, Rink at Rockefeller Center and ABC Playground and let your kids go a little crazy.
There are a few striking natural sites around, such as Channel Gardens, Le Petit Versailles, Audubon Center and Brower Park.
The local parks are great places to read a good book. Pack a picnic lunch and pay a visit to your choice of Gantry Plaza State Park, Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, East River State Park and Sutton Place Park.
Bloomingdale's, Grand Central Market, Limelight Marketplace and Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market have everything you need, from souvenirs to presents for family and friends.
Beekman Tower, Seagram Building, Villard Houses and Chanin Building have so many tales to tell. History geek or not, you'll certainly learn something at these weathered, old places.
Holy sites, such as Christ Church NYC, Saint Thomas Church, Church of Our Savior and Church of the Incarnation, can provide you with a deeper understanding of the region's faith. Relax in the calm atmosphere and take a moment to think.
Discover the local sporting passions at Barclays Center Brooklyn. It's the home of the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Islanders. Some of the neighborhood bars are a great idea if you don't want the festivities to end just yet.
When a destination is as bustling as Commons Historic District, it's no surprise there's a great range of hotel and apartment options to select from. You can find 723 Commons Historic District hotels on Expedia's easy-to-browse website.
Good examples of the upscale hotels in or near Commons Historic District are The St. Regis New York, Two East 55th St, and the Mandarin Oriental, New York, 80 Columbus Circle at 60th Street. More budget-friendly accommodation options that previous guests often recommend are the Chelsea Savoy Hotel, at 204 W 23rd Street, and the Off Soho Suites Hotel, at 11 Rivington St.
One of the most popular aspects of any visit to Commons Historic District is Chrysler Building. If you'd prefer to stay within easy walking distance of the renowned attraction, the Langham Place, New York, Fifth Avenue and The Towers at Lotte New York Palace are both recommended options.