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The best New York City stories begin at Night.

Let’s just say that a half block from the heart of Times Square is never a bad place to start your own adventure. From here, anything is possible. And we mean anything

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attractions 

Take a stroll in any direction to check out the city’s most iconic sights. Two minutes to Times Square. Eight minutes to Rockefeller Center. 10 minutes to the New York Public Library and Bryant Park. 15 minutes to Central Park and the Empire State Building. Talk about having the city literally at your feet.

  • Times Square
  • Theater District
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Empire State Building
  • Bryant Park
  • Broadway
  • Central Park
  • Greenwich Village
  • Statue of Liberty
  • World Trade Center 
attractions 
Take a stroll in any direction to check out the city’s most iconic sights. Two minutes to Times Square. Eight minutes to Rockefeller Center. 10 minutes to the New York Public Library and Bryant Park. 15 minutes to Central Park and the Empire State Building. Talk about having the city literally at your feet.Rockefeller Center
Empire State Building
Broadway
Theater District
Greenwich Village
Statue of Liberty
World Trade Center 

restaurants

Sushi? Check (starting with our very own Red Moon Restaurant and Lounge). Family-style Italian? Check. Stacked deli sandwiches or Memphis BBQ? Check, check. Brazilian rodizio? Check. Pizza? Please… If you can eat it, you’ll find it within easy reach. 

  • Bond 45
  • DB Bistro Moderne
  • Le Bernardin
  • The Lambs Club (At Chatwal Hotel)
  • Bar Americain
  • Palm Restaurant
  • Porter House
  • Serafina
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shopping

Whether you want to rustle up a few Times Square souvenirs and swing by the Hershey’s Store for a snack or put on your Sunday best and join the “Ladies Who Lunch” and the rest of the polished crowd at Saks Fifth Avenue’s refined Café SFA, your perfect NYC shopping spree awaits.

  • Fifth & Madison Avenue 
park

parks

Take a 15-minute walk to Central Park and do what real New Yorkers do: get lost among the lawns, trees and ponds and forget about city life for a while. Known as the “New York Public Library’s Backyard,” Bryant Park offers a more urban park experience with restaurants, food stands, chess, checkers, backgammon and ping pong tables and a free-to-use ice rink in the winter.

  • Central Park
  • Bryant Park
dj

become a DJ!

The Foxgrove is Gotham’s only private electronic music and DJ school created for the discerning hobbyist. Lounging in a speakeasy loft in the heart of Flatiron, you’ll learn to DJ or create your own remix in just 3 hours, no prior experience needed. If you are interested in attending a class or would like a private session please contact the concierge at concierge@nighthoteltsq.com.  For more info visit: www.thefoxgrove.com

things to do

City Sports

The Drama Book Shop

Night Hotel New York

132 West 45th StreetNew York, NY 10036

Rockefeller Center

Empire State Building

Broadway

Theater District

Statue of Liberty

Bond 45

DB Bistro Moderne

Le Bernardin

The Lambs Club

Bar Americain

Palm Restaurant

Porter House

Serafina

Central Park

Bryant Park

City Sports

The Drama Book Shop

Night Hotel New York

132 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036

Rockefeller Center

Empire State Building

Broadway

Theater District

Statue of Liberty

Bond 45

DB Bistro Moderne

Le Bernardin

The Lambs Club

Bar Americain

Palm Restaurant

Porter House

Serafina

Central Park

Bryant Park

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