When you have Midtown as your playground, it’s easy to live like a local in the heart of Manhattan. Create your home base in the modern comfort of Park Terrace and make a day (and night) of these hyperlocal treasures that are just outside your front door. You’ll find the best things to do in Manhattan are just a few steps or a short subway ride away. 

Year-Long Fun At Bryant Park

You’re invited to Bryant Park’s Winter Village for a day of discovery. Take a spin on the ice skating rink, open through March 28, 2021, and enjoy rinkside outdoor dining at The Lodge Deck by Urbanspace (you won’t regret the flame-roasted marshmallows!). For a special occasion, reserve your spot in a heated igloo with a loved one and cozy up in your own personal bubble while watching the buzz around you.

Winter wellness is easy to achieve even in the heart of the city. Free yoga in the park will pick up when the weather gets warmer, and in the meantime, you can drop in on a juggling class all throughout the week. During your stay at Park Terrace, grab a map of the best running routes throughout Midtown, and soothe your muscles in the sauna after a day of exploring.

Sweet Treats & Tasty Bites

You’re perfectly positioned to pick up sweet and truly unique treats to enjoy while you’re here and back at home. ROYCE’ is synonymous with handcrafted Japanese-inspired confections like delicate matcha-infused white chocolate. Or sink your fork into a gorgeous, multilayered mille crêpe from Lady M. Our advice? Order ahead for the winter collection of green tea, chocolate and marron mille crêpe cakes. 

Park Terrace sets the stage for your weekend away, always meeting the highest standards of health and safety so you can stay with confidence. Explore the city at your own pace, unwind in your room with lightning-fast Wi-Fi at your fingertips, and order in from the best restaurants for a night of romance and relaxation.

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