Explore New York City from the Park Terrace Hotel.
Our location is steps from Broadway, outstanding Midtown restaurants, Fifth Avenue shopping and Museum Mile so you can get to the very best the city has to offer in a New York minute. Park Terrace’s front yard is the world-famous Bryant Park – an urban oasis in Midtown Manhattan – where you can shop seasonal markets, take a yoga class or simply people watch.
Find inspiration in New York City’s vibrant culture and discover why it’s nicknamed the City That Never Sleeps.
Known as Manhattan's Town Square, this year-round destination is famous for its lush seasonal gardens, al fresco dining, summer movies on the lawn, winter ice skating, and so much more. We recommend grabbing a cocktail on the Southwest Porch in the summer and people watching.
Explore the stacks of one of the world’s largest public libraries. Don’t miss the grand Rose Main Reading Room that spans the length of a football field in the beautiful Beaux-Arts building.
Once the private library of financier Pierpont Morgan and his son, J.P., this stunning library has one of the world's foremost collections of manuscripts, rare books, music, and drawings. Bibliophiles can easily pass an entire day exploring its treasures.
Observatories on the 86th and 102nd floors of this world famous building provide unforgettable 360-degree views of New York City. The Art Deco skyscraper is one of the most-loved landmarks in the city.
Pop into one of Grand Central’s 60 shops or ride the elevator up to The Campbell Apartment for a classic cocktail in an opulent Jazz Age bar.
Take in the view from the Top of the Rock, experience world class dining in the Rainbow Room, or enjoy the shops and cafes in this New York City landmark.
For the ultimate multitasker, combine your daily run and New York’s most popular attractions including Times Square and Rockefeller Center with an 4 mile route titled Crossroads of the World.
Spanning the last 150 years, this evolving collection contains 200,000 works from around the world. Exhibits include paintings, sculptures, photography and other contemporary art forms by the likes of Chagall, Picasso and Warhol.
Built on a historic elevated rail line, the High Line is a feast for the eyes with lush greenery, gardens, stories-high murals and rotating art installations.
With a zoo, lakes, ponds, fountains, beautiful architecture and stunning landscapes, you'll discover why New Yorkers have been escaping to Central Park for the last 160 years.
Known for their light and airy Mille Crepes cakes, which feature no less than 20 handmade crepes stacked on top of each other, this confectioner has built up a cult following for their French-inspired confections.
In addition to its fresh breads and pastries, this authentic French boulangerie features a sit-down café that serves a wide selection of savory prepared dishes, including an exceptional croque-madame.
At this upscale park-facing restaurant, as popular for power lunches as it is for romantic dates, Chef Gadi Weinreich’s international-influenced cuisine is best enjoyed in the garden or at the rooftop bar.
Catch a caffeine buzz at this small coffee startup that is known for its freshly roasted beans and potent cold brew like the chicory-flavored New Orleans style iced coffee.
Known for their decadent bar chocolate, indulge in fan favorite flavors like maccha, champagne raisin and almond. ROYCE' will delight your senses with their prafeuilles, potechi, truffes and nama chocolates.
Sip on an al fresco cocktail and watch New York City pass you by at Bryant Park's very own Southwest Porch.
With a mahogany and leather-laden interior, explore the extensive and hard-to-find spirits featured on Fine & Rare's cocktail menu -- all set to a live jazz band that plays every night.
The flagship showcase for Charlie Palmer's unabashed, energetic Progressive American cuisine is now in its 28th year. Aureole is a contemporary urban space just steps from Times Square.
New York City’s most prestigious shopping boulevard is just around the corner featuring Armani, Gucci, Prada, and Louis Vuitton, as well as landmark department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman.
Add bright, bold and funky pieces to your wardrobe at Alice + Olivia -- a New York City born and raised fashion line that outfits celebs and New Yorkers alike in their chic pieces.
Shop for the not-so-basic staple pieces for your closet, kitchen and home at this sleek storefront that offers stationery, Japanese snacks and home decor.
Saks Fifth Avenue has been one of the city's premier high-end department stores and international fashion authorities since it opened in 1924. Occupying an entire city block, this 10-floor store features everything from designer clothing to shoes, handbags, jewelry, and cosmetics.
Tiffany & Co. is one of the world’s most iconic jewelers, best known for its timeless, sophisticated creations. The flagship store opened in 1940. Even if you’re not in the market for new gems, drop by to see one of the largest yellow diamonds ever discovered. (No, it’s not for sale.)
There's more to Times Square than meets the eye. Stop by TSQ MKT to visit a rotating showcase of NYC's best food vendors or visit late night for Midnight Moment, which showcases an up and coming artist's work across every billboard each evening starting at 11:57 PM.
Spend an evening taking in one of this year’s Tony Award-winning plays or musicals, both on and off Broadway.
Nicknamed the Showplace of the Nation, this New York City landmark is the country’s leading hall for popular concerts, special events and stage shows including the Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes (and their famous kick lines).
“MSG” or “The Garden” is home to the New York Knicks and Rangers, and is also a popular concert venue that can house 20,000 sports and entertainment fans.
The finest orchestras, stellar singers and recitalists, and legendary ensembles are presented on the trio of stages at this famous concert venue.
This sweeping 6.3 acre complex is the world’s leading performing arts center, and represents the highest standards of excellence in theater, opera, symphony, chamber music, dance, film, and art education.