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Central Park in spring

A Stroll Away

Hotel near Bryant, High Line + Central Park

Discover Outdoor Fun

Plan your visit and check out all the local events taking place near our Midtown NYC hotel.

Take in stellar views as you stroll across New York City’s public parks for breathtaking views. More than 40,000 acres of green spaces offer breezy escapes for picnics, live music, and other laidback relaxation.

Madison Square Park

Escape from the busy city scene to this lush lawn, spacious dog run, playground, and large grassy area located in the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway at 23rd St. Located 4 blocks from hotel.

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NYC Park

Hudson Yard Public Square & Gardens

New York’s newest neighborhood, featuring a luxurious shopping mall, The Shed cultural center, performance venue, the Vessel and stunning waterfront views of the Hudson River. Located between 10th and 12th avenues, 5 blocks from hotel.

From June 1st to August 3rd enjoy free Summer Concerts at the Wells Fargo Stage.

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Hudson Yards

High Line Park

Experience nature and art atop The High Line, the famed public park built on elevated train tracks. Located 6 blocks from hotel.

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View from the High Line

Bryant Park

A year-round New York City destination, known as Manhattan's Town Square. Featuring free seasonal outdoor concerts, movie nights, games, al fresco dining, and the famous Winter Village offering free ice skating admission to the 17,000 square foot The Rink, during the holiday season. Located 10 blocks from the hotel.

The summer concert season opens on May 27 and the outdoor movie series begins on June 13.

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People sitting at tables at Bryant Park

Central Park

Stunning 843-acre urban park set in the heart of bustling Manhattan. Wander through pedestrian paths, admire the nearly 50 fountains along the way, visit the zoo, attend an array of seasonal events, and enjoy the carousel or a boat ride at the reservoir. Located 1.5 miles from the hotel.

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Central Park in spring
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