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Just a few strides from the pulsing beat of Times Square, Hell’s Kitchen has a much more local pulse than its buzzing neighbour. The low-key vibe is part of the appeal, but there’s also a new energy arriving in the neighbourhood in the form of modern residential buildings with new retail and food shops. Ninth Avenue is lined with restaurants of all types, from tiny Thai hangouts and Italian trattorias to French bistros and Southern cuisine. Just show up hungry and walk up and down the street, you are bound to find something that looks good. For a more classic taste of the city, grab a bite to eat along Restaurant Row (46th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues) before a Broadway show. The Hudson River provides a break from the city blocks with riverside views, piers for boat tours, and parks perfect for a stroll.
Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Of Course! You Must!"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by DanW440
Take the time to explore 42nd Street during a NY visit. It is one street with an incredible amount of variety and places to explore. It's busy day and night, rain or shine and wandering this street during each of those times provides a wonderfully unique glimpse into the life of NYC.
Large center with the space for plenty of activities. Interesting design and very neat to look at. Several floors to walk over. Food is SO-SO and very overpriced. Not so sure what more can be said, its a convention center and has a lot of space. It is clean and not falling apart. Hard floors mean wear good shoes.
My partner and I went to this restaurant to have dinner and it was very good in general. The service was very kind and attentive, the food was delicious and the price not so bad to be in NYC. The local is nice, maybe the tables are too much near so yo don't have very much privacy.
$$ - $$$ • American, Steakhouse, Latin, South American
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Sian-Elizabeth93
We chose K Rico Steakhouse for our anniversary dinner whilst in New York. This was our first time together in the city and K Rico did not disappoint. We were looking for a restaurant with a good selection of steaks as my partner was determined to have one, what ever the cost! As a pescatarian myself, I had choices of...
Great little coffee shop! I’d definitely suggest Cappuccino (which is out of the world) but their other offerings look great too and reasonably priced. Tucked away in a quite residential street side but a short walk from the crossroads of the world!
While being in New York, you have an ultimate opportunity to check out cuisines around the entire world. For one of our dinners, we picked Thai. Thanks to the positive reviews, my wife and I picked Pure Thai. When we came there, we needed to wait in long queue. However waiting was worth it. We have already saw other guest's...
"Charming boutique hotel off Restaurant Row in Hell's Kitchen"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by danawgillespie
I love this charming little hotel. It is perfect if you want a place that is close to the Broadway district and Restaurant Row but don't want to stay right in the thick of things. It is quiet and on a charming side street. It reminds me of the smaller boutique hotels in Europe. No large scale amenities, but perfectly...
A modern, conveniently located hotel, south of Times Square. The staff were friendly and helpful, suggesting places to eat and tips on places to visit. Flavoured water was available at all times in reception and a reusable bottle was proved to each guest. We attended two concerts whilst in New York: Billy Joel at Madison Square Gardens which was literally...
"Great visit at a very convenient location in midtown Manhattan"
reviewed 1 week ago by T8035ZYjosephg
Great for work or for your next trip to Manhattan. Updated and new rooms at favorable rates, with a bar downstairs. Your steps away from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, and this can lead you to anywhere in Manhattan via subway. There aren't many 'great' hotels in the Penn Station area, and this one got the job done.
Just back from a 5 day trip to NYC . Loved (again) our stay at this lovely hotel. The best location for easy access to the BEST restaurants. The BEST staff that trully made up feel like home . Rooms , charming nicely appointed and .....such a comfy bed! Will make this HOMEfor my twice a year bussiness trips!
I have been travelling a lot and stayed in many different places with my family worldwild.
I stayed in homewood suites in a very particular moment because of covid 19, and it obviously added a lot more difficulties to the management and staff.
EVERYONE from the whole team at all levels and departments has been more than wonderfull. Very professional,...