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A modern boutique hotel found in the lively Midtown Manhattan sector, the Iberostar 70 Park Avenue is an ideal place to stay during a New York getaway. Set in a tasteful building which has stood since 1928, the hotel is a chic base full of uniquely curated furnishings, stylish décor, and comfortable rooms. Less than a 10-minute walk from Grand Central Station, Times Square and the shopping metropolis of Fifth Avenue, the Iberostar 70 Park Avenue places you right in the heart of the Big Apple.
The hotel has a 24-hour front desk, where seasoned staff can suggest a number of places to visit, eat, and drink, depending on your mood. The onsite fitness centre is accessible throughout the day, while complimentary Wi-Fi and daily newspapers ensure guests can stay in touch with the outside world. For mealtimes, all guests of the Iberostar 70 Park Avenue receive a 10% discount at the Great Northern Food Hall - found just two blocks away, the venue features a range of amazing cuisine from Nordic-influenced baked goods to fresh seafood.
From Sex and the City and When Harry Met Sally to Friends and Ghostbusters, New York City has featured in so many films and TV-shows that it practically deserves a Lifetime Achievement Award. Strolling around Manhattan and Central Park, it can sometimes feel like you’re suddenly making a guest appearance in your own favourite movie. First-time visitors should start in Times Square at the heart of Manhattan, before making their way across the vast cityscape. Gaze across roofs and spires from the top of the Empire State Building, catch the latest hit musical on Broadway, explore Central Park, lose yourself in Chinatown and Greenwich Village, and then catch a ferry to Ellis Island and Liberty Island. And still you’ve only scratched the surface of things to see in this metropolis. Alongside necessary lunches in classic delis or diners, New York is a metropolis of amazing food. Visit Korea Town or China Town for your choice of Asian cuisine, go to East Village to sample one of the many upcoming chefs that ply their trade there, Harlem is a must-visit for Mexican and Caribbean fare, while Nolita is the place to be for Pizza.