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Courtyard New York Manhattan/Herald Square

71 West 35th Street at 6th Avenue · New York, New York 10001 USA

  • 1-212-239-4569

NYC Attractions

  • 1-212-239-4569

Feel the pulse of Manhattan in the heart of New York City. When you stay at the new Courtyard New York Manhattan/Herald Square you’re steps away from everything that Midtown New York has to offer.

 

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Welcome to Midtown – the Middle of It All

Herald Square is at the core of the Big Apple. Midtown is home to some of New York’s most iconic attractions, such as the Empire State Building, Times Square, Fifth Avenue, the Statue of Liberty, and Madison Square Garden. Step out our doors and visit the flagship Macy’s—one of the largest stores in the world. Our location also puts you within walking distance of the beautiful site of NY Fashion Week, Bryant Park.

 

Herald Square
When you’re here you’re never far from something bold and exciting. Visit MoMA (the Museum of Modern Art)where a Picasso sculpture is on exhibit or catch a film series matinee, catch a show in Theatre Row, or tantalize your palate with flavors from around the world. Midtown Manhattan has something for everyone and the new Courtyard New York Manhattan/Herald Square puts you at the heart of this vibrant district.

 

Bryant Park
Bryant Park is bordered by Fifth and Sixth Avenues and by 42nd and 40th Streets. Depending on the day you visit, you may find a performance of Hamlet, a fencing match, tai chi lessons or an exhibition of modern dance in Bryant Park. There are juggling, fly fishing and language classes,boot camps and yoga in the park, along with birding tours in the spring and fall, with a vast and unexpected variety of feathery visitors. Visit their calendar of events to see what’s going on during your visit!

Hell’s Kitchen
Stroll along the tree-lined streets of this diverse neighborhood. Also known as Clinton or Midtown West, Hell’s Kitchen is located between 34th and 59th street. A comedy haven since the mid 1960’s it is now home to The Daily Show and The Colbert Report studios as well as the famous Ars Theater. You will find the High Line here; the elevated park that originally a railroad corridor servicing docks and meatpacking facilities and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center has a full calendar of shows throughout the year.

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Garment District
If you have a passion for all things fashion, this neighborhood is a must-visit. Also called the Garment Center or the Fashion District, this district is considered a mecca for style. Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Carolina Herrera—these are just a few of the iconic labels that call this district home. Take in the beautiful architecture, devour the amazing food, visit one of the many rooftop bars and learn something new (this area has some amazing history!) as you stroll around the neighborhood.

 

Greenwich Village
If you’re looking for eclectic charm look no farther than Greenwich Village. Known affectionately by locals as “The Village” this neighborhood is known for its artistic residents and bohemian ambiance. Take in the historic brownstones of the West Village or visit the campuses of NYU or Parsons School for Design. Enjoy a food and culture walking tour, visit the Arch in Washington Square Park or relax while you people watch at Caffe Reggio or Cafe Figaro as you sip on your cappuccino.

 

Times Square
Over 300,000 people pass through Times Square in a single day, making it one of the world’s busiest intersections. Get caught up in the bustling crowds and take in the vivid billboards in “The Crossroads of the World”. It’s more than just an intersection—it’s an exciting destination with a personality all its own.

Entertainment and attractions are abundant in Times Square – click here for the most up to date calendar of events.

 

Empire State Building
Located in the center of Midtown Manhattan is the famous Empire State Building. Visit the 86th or 102nd floor observatories for breathtaking360° views of New York City and beyond. Open until 2AM every night, the last elevator up is 1:15am! There’s no excuse to miss the illuminated skyline - it will be a highlight of your trip. Feeling romantic? Visit Thursday through Saturday, 9PM - 1AM to catch a live saxophonist.

 

Koreatown
Midtown Manhattan is home to Koreatown, offering a plethora of options for visitors, in addition to good old Korean barbecue, shops that serve Asian delicacies and the best karaoke lounges around, Koreatown serves a slice of Seoul right here in New York City.

 

Sites To See Every Direction
Our hotel is surrounded by Midtown NYC attractions. Just outside our door is spectacular shopping at Herald Square. Fifth Avenue is just a block away and getting around the city could not be any easier! Penn Station and Grand Central Station are a short walk away, and guests can also hop on the subway at the corner for quicker transportation.

 

North: Times Square, Central Park and Rockefeller Center
 

 

South: Walk past the architectural charm of the Empire State Building and Flatiron Building, to Greenwich Village, Union Square and NYU.
 

 

West: Visit charming Chelsea and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

 

Upcoming Local Events

Madison Square Garden: Take in a Rangers or Knicks game. Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, Andrea Bocelli, Phish or the Harlem Globetrotters sound fun! They’re in the lineup now through the end of the year!

 

Bryant Park: Visit the 2015 Winter Village which is now open! 8am-10pm through early March. Skate, shop, dine!

 

Rockefeller Center - Christmas Tree Lighting Wednesday, December 2. Live performances from 7–9pm.

 

Times Square: New Years Eve Thursday, December 31. Be in the center of it all!

What Makes Us Unique

Before you set out on your NYC adventure, be sure to stop by Table 71 Herald Square, providing healthy breakfast options and Starbucks® coffee. If you only have a New York minute grab snacks and drinks to go at our 24-hour Market.

 

After a day of exciting discoveries return to a contemporary retreat full of inviting, flexible spaces and modern conveniences. Or, head up to Monarch for breathtaking views of the city from a patio that is open year-round!

 

Transportation around the city is a breeze – as previously mentioned, Penn Station and Grand Central Station are a short walk away, and guests can also hop on the subway at the corner for quicker transportation.  Please feel free to ask for assistance – we’ll be happy to help!