The Hotel Metro is located in Midtown Manhattan, just moments from some of the most famous attractions and things to do in New York City. From icons like the Empire State Building, Times Square, Fifth Avenue and more to lesser-known local treasures that our Concierge is more than happy to share with you, there’s always something to experience. Best of all, most of what you want to see and do is just a short walk or subway ride away.
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
Easily NYC’s most romantic landmark, the Empire State Building has been a 102-story skyline icon since 1931. Head to the observation deck to enjoy jaw-dropping views that extend for 80 miles in every direction.
Descend deep beneath Madison Square Garden and you’ll find the busiest train depot in the Western Hemisphere and a labyrinth of restaurants, shops, vendors and more.
Grand Central Terminal
Framed by its Beaux Arts façade, a beautiful clock and crowning statues of Minerva, Mercury and Hercules, “Manhattan’s Only Great Gateway” features a magnificently designed terminal sitting above 60 railroad tracks that move over 500,000 commuters per day.
The “Crossroads of the World” is a bustling, almost surreal intersection teeming with pulsating neon signs and video screens, restaurants, shops, theaters and some of the most interesting characters to be found in NYC.
Macy’s Department Store
Famous for its Thanksgiving Day Parade, this ten-story landmark extends for an entire city block and is home to fabulous shops, including a toy department that becomes a winter wonderland during the holidays and the Cellar, a culinary paradise featuring a massive array of gourmet foods and cooking gadgets.
Fifth Avenue Shops
Along with high-end retailers like Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Saks and Barneys, this super-chic shopping thoroughfare is home to world-famous jewelers Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Harry Winston, DeBeers, and Tiffany's and majestic St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
sports & eNTERTAINMENT
Home to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, this state of the art arena also features a year-round schedule of concerts, sporting events, and more.
Madison Square Garden
Called “The Garden” or “MSG,” Madison Square Garden is one of the most iconic sports and entertainment venues in the world. The Garden is the home of the NBA’s New York Knicks and the NHL’s New York Rangers as well as a site for boxing, concerts, ice shows, circuses, professional wrestling and other forms of sports and entertainment.