Our Midtown Neighborhood
Situated on Manhattan's West Side and built from the ground up, Hudson Yards is an impressive beacon of culture, cuisine and commerce
This striking outdoor attraction is a public art piece located at Hudson Yards. The Vessel is free to visit, but timed tickets are required to control crowds.
Perched atop Penn Station, The Garden is a multipurpose indoor arena and event center located in Midtown Manhattan.
Pennsylvania Station is a prominent local and interstate rail transportation hub situated beneath Madison Square Garden.
This world-renowned 102-story Art Deco skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan built from 1930 to 1931 honors the nickname of the state of New York and remains one of its most prominent and popular tourist attractions.
Situated at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue, Times Square is a major business destination, tourist attraction and entertainment hub.
Situated on what was once a New York Central Railroad spur on the west side of Manhattan, High Line is an elevated, linear park, greenway and trail.
The impressive Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is a large convention center situated on Eleventh Avenue in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, between 34th and 40th streets.
Midtown West Manhattan is home to the Theater District, encompassing Times Square, the famed red staircase at the TKTS booth, and a large selection Broadway theaters.
There is nothing quite like Macy's flagship store in Manhattan, one of the world's largest department stores.
Known as the Showplace of the Nation, Radio City Music Hall is the headquarters for the world-renowned Rockettes precision dance company.
The ultimate one-stop tourist destination, Rockefeller Center offers diverse shopping, delicious dining, and world-famous events.
The Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Center is an attraction in itself, offering a unique, ocean-liner design and expansive city views.
Previously known as the Fuller Building, this triangular 285 foot building towers 22 stories high creating a unique steel-framed landmark.
The Park is the birthplace of baseball and home of the first community holiday tree in the United States. It is a favorite for dogs, kids and art enthusiasts
This is the country's biggest bus terminal comprising two multilevel terminal wings. Connecting bus service can be found to reach almost any point in the continental US.
For everything fashion related, this is the neighborhood to visit. Located centrally in Manhattan, it offers a rich concentration of fashion-related activities.
Enjoy a true Midtown Manhattan location next to Herald Square, Hudson Yards, Penn Station and Bryant Park. Planet Fitness is located across the street from the hotel, with guest passes included with your rate.
Popular NYC attractions nearby include the Rockefeller Center featuring the Top of the Rock, Madison Square Garden and Madison Square Park, bustling Times Square and the Theater District, and iconic architecture including The Vessel, the Flatiron Building and the Empire State Building. For shopping, the Garment District and Macy’s flagship store are both nearby.
The Henn na Hotel New York is easily accessible by vehicle or tranist. The closest tunnel is the Lincoln Tunnel. We are convenient to all trains and the closest subway lines are: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, F, M, N, R, and W to "34th Street".