New York City got the nickname of being the city that never sleeps and for good reason. You can always find something fun to get into while in the Big Apple. New York is known internationally for its amazing food options, sparkling nightlife, great shopping, and a brilliant skyline. It has also been the iconic gateway to millions of immigrants in the 19th and 20th centuries making the city full of different cultures with over 800 languages spoken within.
We have picked several locations that you may want to visit while your stay in New York, from peaceful walk in Central Park or delightful Broadway show to dynamic nightlife with one of the best bars in the world.
This park is amongst several things that first come up in mind when thinking of New York. You probably never thought how big this park is, to be precise: it covers 843 acres including 250 acres of lawn and 136 of woodlands, over 9,000 benches, 58 miles of walking paths, 36 bridges and arches, 21 playgrounds and 7 bodies of water. So, if you are a fan of nature or you simply got tired from all those skyscrapers, you might want to have a walk in the park.
Located on four acres in northern Manhattan’s Fort Tryon Park, the Met Cloisters is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is America’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages. The building overlooks the Hudson River and actually incorporates five medieval cloisters into a modern museum structure, creating a historic, contextualized backdrop in which to view the art.
Broadway is the zenith of the theatre industry and some of the longest running musicals in the world have been staged here. One of the best places to catch musical is undoubtedly the Majestic Theatre, which is one of the largest in Broadway. There is always something for everyone that’s showing on Broadway and our team is always ready to find somethings special for you according to your taste and preference.
Since you have probably stayed at the best hotel in the city and hopefully visited some of the places mentioned above, it’s time to think how to spend your evening. Here is what we want to suggest to you: visit one of the bars from our special selection.
Named after Ludwig Bemelmans, author of the classic Madeline children’s books, Bemelmans Bar continues to attract socialites, movie stars and politicians just to name a few. The extensive drink menu and nightly live entertainment ensures your stay at Bemelmans Bar will be a night to remember.
King Cole bar
This upscale cocktail lounge situated in The St. Regis in Midtown Manhattan is where the Bloody Mary made its first U.S. appearance. Over the years the spicy drink has become the signature of the King Cole Bar. The lounge also boasts a large mural by artist Maxfield Parrish hanging behind the bar.