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New York Marriott East Side

525 Lexington Avenue at 49th Street · New York, New York 10017 USA

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Discover the best of Midtown Manhattan from New York Marriott East Side. Catch a Broadway show in Times Square, spend an afternoon in Central Park or ice skate at Rockefeller Center; our hotel places NYC's most noteworthy attractions at your fingertips.

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Attractions & Landmarks

Grand Central Terminal 
Location:  42nd Street and Park Avenue

Grand Central Terminal is more than simply the city's busiest train station; it's also an historic architectural jewel, and one of NYC's most beloved landmarks. Shop, dine and take a guided public tour of this fascinating building.

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Rockefeller Center 
Location:  Fifth Avenue between 48th and 51st

Declared a National Historic Landmark over 30 years ago, Rockefeller Center includes Top of the Rock, The Rainbow Room, NBC Studios, restaurants and stores. If you're in Manhattan in the wintertime, you owe it to yourself to visit the famed ice skating rink! Rockefeller Center is located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, just a short walk from our hotel.

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Central Park 
Location: 59th Street to 110th Street

Central Park is a true urban oasis in Manhattan, and one of the more family-friendly attractions in NYC. It features the Central Park Zoo, the Great Lawn, Bethesda Fountain, Strawberry Fields, the Belvedere Castle and more. No matter what time of year you visit the East Side, you're sure to find a full calendar of activities in the park, including concerts at the Summer Stage and skating at Wollman Rink.

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Empire State Building 
Location: 5th Avenue and 34th Street

This historic 102-story skyscraper is just a few blocks from our hotel, and showcases breathtaking views of NYC from the observatory. A fixture on the NYC skyline, the Empire State Building’s tower lights have maintained a tradition of changing color to recognize various occasions and organizations throughout the year.

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Times Square 
Location: Broadway and Seventh Avenue through 42nd to 47th 

There is no place on Earth quite like Times Square, with its Broadway productions, exciting entertainment options and first-rate restaurant and nightlife options. It's one of the world's most visited attractions, and a must-see on your NYC agenda.

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Contact our Concierge for details on Tours & Sightseeing Services 

Radio City Music Hall 
Location: 1260 Avenue of the Americas

Explore the many family events at this landmark institution, which is perhaps most famous for its Christmas Spectacular starring the famous Rockettes. Special tours are available for those wanting to take a peek behind the curtain; ask our hotel concierge for help with arranging a visit.

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United Nations 
Location: 46th Street and 1st Avenue

Founded in 1945, the headquarters of the United Nations is just half a mile from our hotel. Tours can be booked in advance online Monday-Friday, and feature 24 multilingual tour guides from 15 countries, speaking 12 languages.

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Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island 
Location:  Ferry Service from Battery Park

The Statue of Liberty is arguably NYC's most iconic landmark; along with Ellis Island, it's an extremely popular tourist destination, reachable via a short boat ride.

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Museum of Modern Art – MOMA 
Location: 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues

Head from our hotel to this renowned museum, which boasts an impressive display of contemporary art by the likes of Salvador Dalí, Claude Monet and many others.

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 
Location:  Fifth Avenue on the corner of East 89th Street 

Art enthusiasts visiting the East Side will be thrilled with the collections in this museum, as well as the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building in which it is housed.

Learn more about events and exhibits at the Guggenheim