The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center boasts 3.3 million square feet of flexible exhibition space including a rooftop pavilion, one-acre farm, meeting rooms, dining halls and so much more. Located along the scenic Hudson River in the Hudson Yards district, the Javits Convention Center’s past events include The Womenly Art Experience, New York Produce Show & Conference, Vanguards Gallery, International Apparel Sourcing Show, The Voice Auditions, North American Toy Fair and more.

Whether you are looking for a last-minute hotel to attend the upcoming home show or planning ahead for this fall’s comic con in the city, the Park Terrace Hotel can provide you with a prime location, cutting-edge amenities and a fresh and natural aesthetic.

 

 

Where to stay near the Javits Convention Center?

With over 1,000 hotels near the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, from hotel chains to antique boutiques, how is a traveler to choose? Uncover one of the newest luxury hotels in Midtown Manhattan – The Park Terrace Hotel

park terrace hotel suiteOnly 1.3 miles from the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center

The Park Terrace Hotel is a sleek, upscale hotel overlooking Bryant Park. This boutique hotel near the Javits Center is a two-minute walk from the closest metro station, an eight-minute walk from the Empire State Building and just minutes from Downtown’s thriving restaurant and culture scene.

Park Terrace boasts high-style accommodations in Midtown Manhattan. Discover airy, minimal rooms offering free Wi-Fi, desks, minibars, Nespresso machines, flat-screen TVs and Bluetooth speakers. Contemporary suites sleep up to three and have extra living space while upgraded suites provide added sitting areas and city views with a balcony.

A chic bar and lounge with park views serves a menu of tapas and cocktails on the 6th floor. Guests also have access to meeting rooms, a fitness center, a sauna and a lobby lounge with a fireplace.

The Park Terrace Hotel recently received the 2022 Traveler’s Choice Award and is ranked in the top 5% on TripAdvisor for New York City hotels. 

 

Other Landmarks to Visit in New York City

During your stay at the Park Terrace Hotel, make time to experience NYC’s remarkable energy. Our luxury hotel near the Javits Center is also just steps from Broadway, outstanding Midtown restaurants and Fifth Avenue shopping. 

Terrace with view of Bryant Park

Bryant Park 

Known as Manhattan’s Town Square, Bryant Park is an urban oasis in Midtown Manhattan 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. Located just across the street. 

Learn more about the upcoming Summer Events held in Bryant Park. 

Empire State Building 

Observatories on the 86th and 102nd floors of this world-famous building provide unforgettable 360-degree views of New York City. Just an eight-minute walk away, the Art Deco skyscraper is one of the most-loved landmarks in the city.

Find three tips for visiting the Empire State Building

Central Park

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. The beloved sanctuary of nature is reachable with a quick 14-minute cab ride. 

Discover more of NYC’s most enchanting gardens. 

Yankee Stadium 

 Visit one of Major League Baseball’s most expensive stadiums ever built. The Park Terrace Hotel is located just 25-minutes from the Yankee’s infamous ballfield where guests can catch a game and explore the museum. 

Uncover 10 quicks tips for visiting Yankee Stadium.

Front view of the New York Public Library, the Stephen A Schwarzman building.New York Public Library

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. The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building is only a two-minute walk from our hotel’s front door. 

Check out five reasons to visit the NY Public Library

Broadway 

Lights. Camera. Action! Whether you’re looking for over-the-top musicals featuring the faces and monikers that grace flashing marquees or emerging productions with aspiring stars, The Broadway Theater District is a must-visit attraction in NYC and only a short 11-minute subway ride away. 

Unveil five tips for enjoying the theater NY style. 

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