City Club Hotel
55 West 44th Street
New York, New York 10036
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City Club Hotel pampers guests with genuine comfort and luxury, offering a subtly chic sanctuary yet also easy proximity to Times Square, the theater district, and Fifth Avenue's finest jewelry and boutiques stores.
City Club Hotel, once a stately private political club, has been reborn as a small luxury hotel, epitomizing personal service, a central location, and the feeling on check-in that you've come home.
DB BISTRO MODERNE Restaurnt
Anything but a bistro, this eatery from award-winning chef Daniel Boulud is conveniently situated in the hotel lobby, servicing his much-sought-after French American fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as providing room service to hotel guests.
Comprised of two dining rooms linked by a paneled wine bar, the front area is vibrant and casual, while the back offers a more intimate and subdued table-clothed ambience. An idea meeting place for after-work cocktails or pre-dinne drinks.
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Empire State Building
The Empire State Building is the most photographed building in the world. The Observation Tower attracts about four million people each year. Until 1973, the Empire State Building was the world’s tallest building. From the top of the building, you can see up to five states! This world-famous landmark has been featured in countless movies and its exhibits are remarkable.
Spread out over 22 acres, there are over 19 commercial buildings on this land, such as 30 Rockefeller Plaza and 1 Rockefeller Plaza. During the holidays, the Rockefeller Center is known for its dramatic decorations, including its world-famous Christmas tree, and expansive ice-skating rink. It is also home of The Tonight Show and The Today Show.
Grand Central Terminal (Station)
This iconic train station is known for its grand façade, and it is one of the 10 most visited tourist attractions in the world. It has been described as “one of the most majestic buildings of the 20th century” because of its meticulously crafted detail and unique architecture. Plenty of shopping and dining options are available at the gourmet culinary market.
Freedom Tower, also known as One World Trade Center, opened in 2014. At 1,776 square feet, it is the second tallest building in the world. It is built next to the site of the Twin Towers. Freedom Tower is an office building, and it was built to renew NYC after the destruction of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.
Also known as the 9/11 Memorial, Ground Zero is free of charge and open to the public daily. The names of every person who died in the terrorist attacks in September 11, 2001 are listed at the memorial. It is located on the exact site of where the Twin Towers once stood. There are twin reflecting pools that take up the same space that the Twin Towers once did.
National September 11 Memorial
The National September 11 Memorial sits on the site of the original Twin Towers. It lists the names of all the men and women who lost their lives on 9/11 and in the 1993 World Trade Center terrorist attacks. Visitors are often found quietly reflecting at this memorial honoring the men and women who lost their lives on both of these occasions.
Completed in 1952, the Headquarters of the United Nations is a complex in New York City. The United Nations features a notable art collection, international library, and impressive buildings. It has 192 flags that represent all the member countries. Tours are available to visitors.
The Chrysler Building
This art-deco landmark in New York City features astonishing ceiling murals by Edward Trubull. Many visitors go just to see the incredible workmanship in the lobby. Located on the east side of Manhattan in the Turtle Bay area at the intersection of 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue, The Chrysler Building is one of the top 25 most visited buildings in NYC.
Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty is a majestic copper statue that was given to the United States by France. The dedication and opening took place in 1886. The Statue is a symbol of freedom for U.S. and for the entire world. The view from Lady Liberty reveals the skyline of Manhattan.
AOL-Time Warner Center
Home to CNN Studios, this popular tourist attraction has two 750-foot twin towers bridged by a multi-story atrium containing upscale retail shops and restaurants. The Time Warner Center has also been featured in various films and television shows like Enchanted and CSI: NY.
Located in midtown Manhattan, the theater seats 1,761 people. The Broadway Theatre is one of only five playhouses that front on the street named Broadway. Each Broadway season brings fresh musicals, plays, and revivals to the large audience. Don’t miss seeing a Broadway show on Broadway!
Radio City Music Hall
Located in Rockefeller Center in New York City, Radio City Music Hall is a leading tourist destination and the largest indoor theater in the world. The shimmering gold stage curtain is also the largest in the world. The Hall contains more than 25,000 lights and features four-color stage lighting, making it a sight to behold. Technical experts consider the stage to be the most perfectly equipped in the world.
Exceptional acoustics, inspiring architecture, and an interesting history make Carnegie Hall a tourist destination. There are three unique performance spaces, making Carnegie Hall one of the most prestigious venues in the world for both classical music and popular music.
Museum of Art & Design (MAD)
The mission of the Museum of Arts & Design is to collect, display, and interpret objects that document contemporary and historic innovation in craft, art, and design. The museum celebrates the creativity through which materials are crafted into works. Guests will enjoy viewing rare art at MAD.
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
Extraordinary exhibitions and the world’s finest collection of modern and contemporary art are found at MOMA. The Museum of Modern Art is dedicated to being the top museum of modern art in the world. This impressive museum strives to be accessible for everyone from young children to scholars. It encourages guests to be open and willing to use their imaginations and explore art.
Madam Tussauds is a fun museum chain for life-size wax replicas of famous Americans and historic icons in themed galleries. Guests will see everything from replicas of sports figures to pop culture icons to authentic historical figures. What is the common element? Wax!
The Guggenheim Museum
Curving lines on the exterior set the stage for this museum, which is among the 20th Century's most significant architectural landmarks. The museum’s rotunda has been the site of celebrated special exhibitions, while its smaller galleries are house Guggenheim's renowned collection. The museum also offers educational opportunities for visitors to engage in.
Lincoln Center for Performing Arts
If you love arts and culture, this is a must-see. The cylindrical building, which is wider at the top than the bottom, and architecturally unique shape make it recognizable from television and movies. You can attend a first-rate performance as you take in an opera, watch a show, or see Julliard. It features Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern, and contemporary art.
New York City Ballet (Lincoln Center Plaza)
This dance company performs to a range of classical and modern music. The New York City Ballet was founded by George Balanchine. Currently, the Company has approximately 90 dancers, making it the largest dance organization in America. It often stages 60 ballets or more in its winter and spring seasons at Lincoln Center each year.
Museum of Jewish Heritage
The museum honors those who died by celebrating their lives. The Museum of Jewish Heritage is a living memorial to the people who perished during the Holocaust. Multiple perspectives are shown in the exhibits, so people of all ages and backgrounds can learn about Jewish life in the 20th and 21st Centuries.