While the days might be slowly getting shorter, there’s never any shortage of things to see or do in and around New York City over the Labor Day weekend. From downtown Manhattan to any of the other five boroughs (and beyond), there are plenty of ways to fit in one last summer trip before fall creeps in.
A day visiting New York City’s shops, galleries, museums and more can take a lot out of a person — which is why it’s important to start your day of adventures by fueling up with a killer breakfast.
Thankfully, there is no shortage of eateries —many located right in the city’s best hotels — that can get you set for your big day in Manhattan, no matter what you’re craving.
One of the most exciting time to pop into the Big Apple is around Independence Day. But there’s so much to see and do in the city — the museums, restaurants, the nightclubs and other spectacles — that it can feel overwhelming.
Savvy travelers (and New Yorkers) know the best spots to hit in New York on the fourth of July — here are a few key places to go and things to see this Independence Day…
Thinking of the Plaza Hotel in New York, many images conjure in your mind, from luxurious splendor to classic elegance.
This hotel is featured in countless movies and has an undeniable foothold as one of the most famous hotels in the world for good reasons. So, what better place than The Plaza Hotel to teach you everything there is to know about class and elegance through the newly launched Etiquette Program now offered at the hotel.
Part of the excitement of visiting NYC is knowing that you are in the middle of it all. Yet at the same time, knowing that you can escape it all and find a relaxing place on top of the NYC world.
Here are our top 4 hotel picks that allow you to escape while enjoying the most impressive skyline views NYC has to offer.
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There’s no shortage of things to see and do in New York City: shopping, theatre, dining, drinks, sightseeing and so much more.
But the savvy traveler wanting to experience New York’s secret side can discover all sorts of hidden treasures most visitors — and some locals — know nothing about.
What are some of New York’s secret spaces? Read on — but don’t tell anyone…
Memorial Day typically marks the start of summer vacation season — when travelers start to get the itch to hop on a plane and do something fun in the sun.
Location, Location, Location…
This is one promise Le Parker Meridien meets and surpasses. Situated in the heart of midtown Manhattan, it is next to Carnegie Hall and only steps away from Central Park, Broadway theatres and Fifth Avenue’s renowned shops.
A picture-perfect picnic requires a minimum of two things: stellar food and a kick-ass location. Add in music, public art, renowned architecture, water features, the river, gardens and novelty and suddenly the simple picnic is elevated to a grand adventure. Here are three options – with two variations each – for getting out to eat al fresco, socialize and explore local neighborhoods Continue reading A Picture-Perfect Picnic in New York City
So, you want to bring your beloved dog to New York City?
The good news is New York is finally catching up to cities like Paris as a center of the canine universe. It’s become easier to not only accommodate dogs, but to pinpoint the best parts of the city in which to stay based on that critical dog + human social staple: the dog run.
Here’s a map of Magellan Luxury Hotels in New York overlaid with the city’s dog runs and dog-accessible parks. You can choose the hotel you love and know precisely what your furry beloved can expect in the way of walkies. Continue reading New York as the Center of the Canine Universe