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Where to stay in Midtown East

With its sparkling storefronts and the familiar façades of world-famous landmarks, a stay in Midtown East feels like you’ve walked onto the set of your favorite Manhattan movie. From the hustle and bustle of Grand Central Terminal and the bright lights of Fifth Avenue, to the peaceful green pastures of Central Park, this buzzing district is jam-packed with things to see and places to explore. Get ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple!

Hotels in Midtown East-Grand Central

Accommodation in the Midtown East-Grand Central area is the perfect spot for visitors who want to shop, party, or just explore NYC. Luxury is at its finest in Midtown East’s 5-star hotels, such as the opulently decorated Towers at Lotte New York Palace, while 4-star hotels like the glass-fronted Wyndham Midtown 45 are popular and plentiful. Guests on a budget are also well catered for in this neighborhood. The United Nations Apartment Hotel is just one of many budget hotels in Midtown East offering the Big Apple experience without the hefty price tag.

Things to see in Midtown East-Grand Central

Home to the world-renowned Grand Central Station, the hotspots in Midtown East also include some of Manhattan’s finest stores and most famous landmarks. The marble interior and high arched windows of Grand Central Terminal are a must-see, and don’t forget to look up at the magnificent zodiac ceiling! Whether you’re ready to shop ‘till you drop, or simply want to admire the spectacular window displays, no visit to Manhattan is complete without a stroll down Fifth Avenue. Peruse the latest designs at Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue, and walk in the footsteps of Audrey Hepburn at Tiffany’s. Pause for a moment in the serene atmosphere of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, then zoom to the Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center for breathtaking views of the city below. Need a breath of fresh air? Head to Central Park, where busy traffic and towering skyscrapers give way to verdant green spaces and pristine lakes.

Good for luxury travelers

Experience the best of New York glitz and glamor with a stay in a Midtown East hotel. In this neighborhood, the world’s most famous designer brands sit side by side with the city’s finest hotels, bars, and restaurants. New York’s glitterati also flock to the neighborhood to shop, mingle, and socialize in style. Soak up the buzz of Manhattan as you grab a coffee on Park Avenue, sip cocktails under the twinkling lights of the Waldorf Astoria, and watch the glossy shopping bags pile up as you shop your way through the incredible stores on New York’s iconic Fifth Avenue.

How to get to Midtown East-Grand Central

Fly into LaGuardia, Newark-Liberty, or JFK, New York’s largest airport. Each airport offers a variety of transportation options, including buses, trains, taxis, and shuttles. You can even arrange a private transfer to whisk you away to your hotel in Midtown East. Alternatively, travel by train and arrive directly into the magnificent halls of Grand Central Station, right in the heart of Midtown East. Getting around the neighborhood couldn’t be simpler. Hail a famous yellow taxi and explore the city in true Manhattan style, or ride the subway like a real New Yorker.

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