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Excitement, discovery and unpredictable moments wait around every corner in New York City. Whether you’re in the city for business or pleasure, you’re going to want to make the most of every New York minute. Allow our concierge staff to guide you in creating an unforgettable one-of-a-kind itinerary. 

Barneys New York

Barneys New York is home to a range of luxury goods including ready-to-wear fashion, jewelry, and gifts for the home. From ball gowns to sneakers, this is the place for discerning shoppers.

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Central Park

One of the world’s most famous parks, this 853-acre retreat provides some peace, quiet and calm in the heart of Manhattan. Escape the concrete jungle and enjoy a breath of fresh air in the park, which is perfect for picnicking, cycling, carriage rides, or leisurely walks. 

People walking through central park in the snow Inset

New York City Ballet

New York City Ballet often stages 60 ballets or more in its winter and spring seasons at Lincoln Center each year. Since its formation in 1948, the company has brought world-class ballet to the stage in the heart of the city.

B&W picture of ballerina jumping into the air  Inset

Metropolitan Museum of Art

One of the greatest museums in the world, this impressive building spans over two million square feet and houses over 6,500 pieces of art in the form of paintings, sculptures, photographs and more.

The Met with people walking by Inset

New York Yankees

Want an authentic and local New York experience? If it’s the season, catch a New York Yankees baseball game at Yankees Stadium in the Bronx. One of the most successful sports clubs in the world, the Yankees have won 27 World Series championships.

View of Yankee Stadium filled with a crowd from the top bleachers Inset

Times Square

The city lights shine brightest in Times Square, a world-famous hub of culture, shopping and commerce. Stroll the streets and take in the flashing billboards, theaters and expansive retailers in the nerve center of the city that never sleeps.

Skyscrapers and their signs in the middle of Times Square New York City at sunset Inset

The Metropolitan Opera

The Met has been a vivacious source of creative talent, including singers, composers, orchestra musicians, stage directors, visual artists and dancers since 1883.

The front columns of the Metropolitan Opera building Inset

Museum of Modern Art

Simply referred to as MoMA, New York's Modern Museum of Art is home to the greatest modern art collection in the world.

White walls, glass balcony leading into a black doorway Inset

New York Rangers

The New York Rangers ice hockey team plays its home games at Madison Square Garden. With four Stanley Cup wins under their belts, this is a great team to watch if time allows during your stay.

Silhouette of a crowd watching a hockey game Inset

Bergdorf Goodman

A New York City landmark, the one and only Bergdorf Goodman is a stalwart of Fifth Avenue and the place to find fashion from Burberry to Valentino and everyone in between.

Street signs at the corner of 40th Street and 5th Avenue in New York City Inset

Rockefeller Center

This 22-acre section of Midtown features 19 architecturally contextual commercial buildings, along with an underground shopping and dining center, a range of upscale retailers, and the Top of the Rock observation deck. Wake up early to catch a live taping of the TODAY show, filmed live at the center daily.

Aerial view of the skating rink at Rockefeller center filled with people ice skating Inset

Broadway

New York’s legendary theater district, collectively known as Broadway, is celebrated around the world. With iconic musicals and dramas like Hamilton, the Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Avenue Q, Jersey Boys and A Bronx Tale, Broadway is an ever-evolving amalgam of entertainment. Make sure to see a show while you’re in the city.

Digital theater signs in New York City lit up at night Inset

New York Knicks

The Eastern Conference New York Knicks also play their home games at Madison Square Garden. They are one of two NBA teams in New York City; the other is the Brooklyn Nets.

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Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim is a stunning building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, that houses timeless pieces of art from Van Gogh, Picasso, and Gaugin to name a few. Performances, tours and special exhibitions are also offered throughout the year.

Black architecture frame forming a circle Inset

Bloomingdale’s

Known around the world, the Bloomingdale’s brand is appreciated for its extensive and luxurious selections and variety of fashionable offerings.

Multiple country flags flying above the entrance to Bloomingdale's store Inset

Little Italy

Head Downtown from Lotte New York Palace to experience an only-in-New York experience in Little Italy. This small corner of culture tucked away in Lower Manhattan is the place to be if you love gelato, pizza, wine or pasta served in a festive and fun setting.

Close up of person cutting into margarita pizza  Inset

Chanel

Chanel is one of the best known and most highly sought-after fashion brands. Synonymous with haute couture, luxury and high-end designs, Chanel is coveted around the world.

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Radio City Music Hall

The Rockettes are a New York City treasure and the only place you can see them is Radio City Music Hall. Since opening in Rockefeller Center in 1932, the Music Hall has become one of the premier entertainment destinations in the world. Visitors from around the world come to Radio City Music Hall each year just to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, an annual holiday musical first produced in 1933.

Radio City Music Hall sign lit up at night Inset

New York Giants

The legendary New York Giants football team are always entertaining to watch and follow. The team plays its home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, which it shares with the New York Jets.

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American Museum of Natural History

The world's largest natural history museum, displaying 35 million artifacts including a 563-carat sapphire, a dinosaur mummy, a 94-foot whale and a butterfly conservatory.

Dinosaur skeleton bones in front of museum columns and window Inset

Harry Winston

Harry Winston is the piece de resistance of jewelry retailers. Known for its elegance and discretion, the Harry Winston store is an iconic New York landmark.

A display of 5 gold and diamond rings Inset

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

These crucial pieces of American lore sit in the middle of New York harbor, easily accessible via ferry from Lower Manhattan. Take a tour of Ellis Island and see America as your ancestors might have, or visit Liberty Island and view one of America’s most iconic statues up close.

The head of the Statue of Liberty Inset

Henri Bendel

Founded in New York, the flagship Henri Bendel store has always been a favorite of socialites, fashionistas and visitors to the city. With its recognizable and definitive brown and white striped awnings and shopping bags, Henri Bendel is an emporium of fun, edgy designer digs.

Two Women in formal silver dresses standing in a wooden framed doorway Inset

Chinatown

Manhattan’s giant Chinatown section feels like a completely new world, complete with new cuisine, language and atmosphere. Chinatown, located on Manhattan’s bustling Lower East Side, is filled with busy restaurants, fresh fish and produce markets and retail stores. This neighborhood is accessible from Lotte New York Palace via a short cab ride or the 6 train to Canal Street.

An orange chinese lantern lit up at night Inset

Madame Tussaud’s New York

The New York outpost of the popular London-based attraction showcases 175 wax statues of celebrities and historical portraits.

Woman with long brown hair and black shirt looking at paintings on a museum wall Inset

Saks Fifth Avenue

What says New York more than Saks Fifth Avenue? The store which started on 5th Avenue between 49th and 50th streets has now been exported around the world but it is still a must-visit right here in New York City.

Closeup of wooden hangers with multi colored and white blouses Inset

Brooklyn Bridge

Spanning the East River in majestic fashion, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most beautiful and historically important architectural wonders in New York City. The best way to enjoy the bridge is to take the walk across its length, starting on the Manhattan side. You’ll be rewarded on the other side by Brooklyn Bridge Park, one of the city’s newest and most exciting outdoor attractions.

The cables attached to the Brooklyn Bridge Inset

A Live TV Taping

Love the Tonight Show, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert or America’s Got Talent? Well, you can watch all those shows (and others) live during your New York visit. Tickets are free and can be picked up the day of a taping. Watch a show live and then possibly see yourself on TV the same night. It’s a totally unique New York experience for the adventurous visitor.

Back of peoples heads sitting in a theater setting Inset

Barneys New York

Barneys New York is home to a range of luxury goods including ready-to-wear fashion, jewelry, and gifts for the home. From ball gowns to sneakers, this is the place for discerning shoppers.

Close up of Man's hand wearing a high end wrist watch and suit and adjusting his tie Inset

Bergdorf Goodman

A New York City landmark, the one and only Bergdorf Goodman is a stalwart of Fifth Avenue and the place to find fashion from Burberry to Valentino and everyone in between.

Street signs at the corner of 40th Street and 5th Avenue in New York City Inset

Bloomingdale’s

Known around the world, the Bloomingdale’s brand is appreciated for its extensive and luxurious selections and variety of fashionable offerings.

Multiple country flags flying above the entrance to Bloomingdale's store Inset

Chanel

Chanel is one of the best known and most highly sought-after fashion brands. Synonymous with haute couture, luxury and high-end designs, Chanel is coveted around the world.

Gold cuff links, black sunglasses, black watch, lipstick and black purse on white background Inset

Harry Winston

Harry Winston is the piece de resistance of jewelry retailers. Known for its elegance and discretion, the Harry Winston store is an iconic New York landmark.

A display of 5 gold and diamond rings Inset

Henri Bendel

Founded in New York, the flagship Henri Bendel store has always been a favorite of socialites, fashionistas and visitors to the city. With its recognizable and definitive brown and white striped awnings and shopping bags, Henri Bendel is an emporium of fun, edgy designer digs.

Two Women in formal silver dresses standing in a wooden framed doorway Inset

Saks Fifth Avenue

What says New York more than Saks Fifth Avenue? The store which started on 5th Avenue between 49th and 50th streets has now been exported around the world but it is still a must-visit right here in New York City.

Closeup of wooden hangers with multi colored and white blouses Inset

Central Park

One of the world’s most famous parks, this 853-acre retreat provides some peace, quiet and calm in the heart of Manhattan. Escape the concrete jungle and enjoy a breath of fresh air in the park, which is perfect for picnicking, cycling, carriage rides, or leisurely walks. 

People walking through central park in the snow Inset

Times Square

The city lights shine brightest in Times Square, a world-famous hub of culture, shopping and commerce. Stroll the streets and take in the flashing billboards, theaters and expansive retailers in the nerve center of the city that never sleeps.

Skyscrapers and their signs in the middle of Times Square New York City at sunset Inset

Rockefeller Center

This 22-acre section of Midtown features 19 architecturally contextual commercial buildings, along with an underground shopping and dining center, a range of upscale retailers, and the Top of the Rock observation deck. Wake up early to catch a live taping of the TODAY show, filmed live at the center daily.

Aerial view of the skating rink at Rockefeller center filled with people ice skating Inset

Little Italy

Head Downtown from Lotte New York Palace to experience an only-in-New York experience in Little Italy. This small corner of culture tucked away in Lower Manhattan is the place to be if you love gelato, pizza, wine or pasta served in a festive and fun setting.

Close up of person cutting into margarita pizza  Inset

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

These crucial pieces of American lore sit in the middle of New York harbor, easily accessible via ferry from Lower Manhattan. Take a tour of Ellis Island and see America as your ancestors might have, or visit Liberty Island and view one of America’s most iconic statues up close.

The head of the Statue of Liberty Inset

Chinatown

Manhattan’s giant Chinatown section feels like a completely new world, complete with new cuisine, language and atmosphere. Chinatown, located on Manhattan’s bustling Lower East Side, is filled with busy restaurants, fresh fish and produce markets and retail stores. This neighborhood is accessible from Lotte New York Palace via a short cab ride or the 6 train to Canal Street.

An orange chinese lantern lit up at night Inset

Brooklyn Bridge

Spanning the East River in majestic fashion, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most beautiful and historically important architectural wonders in New York City. The best way to enjoy the bridge is to take the walk across its length, starting on the Manhattan side. You’ll be rewarded on the other side by Brooklyn Bridge Park, one of the city’s newest and most exciting outdoor attractions.

The cables attached to the Brooklyn Bridge Inset

Metropolitan Museum of Art

One of the greatest museums in the world, this impressive building spans over two million square feet and houses over 6,500 pieces of art in the form of paintings, sculptures, photographs and more.

The Met with people walking by Inset

Museum of Modern Art

Simply referred to as MoMA, New York's Modern Museum of Art is home to the greatest modern art collection in the world.

White walls, glass balcony leading into a black doorway Inset

Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim is a stunning building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, that houses timeless pieces of art from Van Gogh, Picasso, and Gaugin to name a few. Performances, tours and special exhibitions are also offered throughout the year.

Black architecture frame forming a circle Inset

American Museum of Natural History

The world's largest natural history museum, displaying 35 million artifacts including a 563-carat sapphire, a dinosaur mummy, a 94-foot whale and a butterfly conservatory.

Dinosaur skeleton bones in front of museum columns and window Inset

Madame Tussaud’s New York

The New York outpost of the popular London-based attraction showcases 175 wax statues of celebrities and historical portraits.

Woman with long brown hair and black shirt looking at paintings on a museum wall Inset

New York City Ballet

New York City Ballet often stages 60 ballets or more in its winter and spring seasons at Lincoln Center each year. Since its formation in 1948, the company has brought world-class ballet to the stage in the heart of the city.

B&W picture of ballerina jumping into the air  Inset

The Metropolitan Opera

The Met has been a vivacious source of creative talent, including singers, composers, orchestra musicians, stage directors, visual artists and dancers since 1883.

The front columns of the Metropolitan Opera building Inset

Broadway

New York’s legendary theater district, collectively known as Broadway, is celebrated around the world. With iconic musicals and dramas like Hamilton, the Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Avenue Q, Jersey Boys and A Bronx Tale, Broadway is an ever-evolving amalgam of entertainment. Make sure to see a show while you’re in the city.

Digital theater signs in New York City lit up at night Inset

Radio City Music Hall

The Rockettes are a New York City treasure and the only place you can see them is Radio City Music Hall. Since opening in Rockefeller Center in 1932, the Music Hall has become one of the premier entertainment destinations in the world. Visitors from around the world come to Radio City Music Hall each year just to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, an annual holiday musical first produced in 1933.

Radio City Music Hall sign lit up at night Inset

A Live TV Taping

Love the Tonight Show, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert or America’s Got Talent? Well, you can watch all those shows (and others) live during your New York visit. Tickets are free and can be picked up the day of a taping. Watch a show live and then possibly see yourself on TV the same night. It’s a totally unique New York experience for the adventurous visitor.

Back of peoples heads sitting in a theater setting Inset

New York Yankees

Want an authentic and local New York experience? If it’s the season, catch a New York Yankees baseball game at Yankees Stadium in the Bronx. One of the most successful sports clubs in the world, the Yankees have won 27 World Series championships.

View of Yankee Stadium filled with a crowd from the top bleachers Inset

New York Rangers

The New York Rangers ice hockey team plays its home games at Madison Square Garden. With four Stanley Cup wins under their belts, this is a great team to watch if time allows during your stay.

Silhouette of a crowd watching a hockey game Inset

New York Knicks

The Eastern Conference New York Knicks also play their home games at Madison Square Garden. They are one of two NBA teams in New York City; the other is the Brooklyn Nets.

A basketball going through a basketball hoop against a black background Inset

New York Giants

The legendary New York Giants football team are always entertaining to watch and follow. The team plays its home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, which it shares with the New York Jets.

A large crowd of people at a sports event with their hands up in excitement Inset