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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
"So Much Going On"
reviewed 4 days ago by sushiguy79
When I was young growing up on NYC in the 1980s, 42nd Street was a dump. Peep shows, strip clubs, and sex shops. Drug addicts walking up and down the street begging for money. Now it's cleaned up with shopping and restaurants. On the west side, it's an extension of Times Square.
Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
reviewed 23 May 2018 by PrinksSS
I visited the Hearst Tower on business. I was first taken in by the architecture of the building, and then by the imposing waterfalls once I entered. While the offices are located at a higher level, several of what would have been the lower floors are taken up by water cascading down steps. It is pretty cool!
Found this on trip advisor as I don’t like Starbucks shockingly I know!
Great coffee so goo I had 2 cups, she vice was so friendly and informs about coffees. Steady stream of people but still time to chat with really friendly guys. Few cakes , croissants pastries.
We booked our room in early 2018 based on TripAdvisor reviews and were not disappointed. Location, hospitality, and personal touch from the staff made this a wonderful stay. Check in/out was hassle free, the room was as described, clean and comfortable. Highly recommend for any couple looking for a hotel that isn't a chain.
This was our first time staying at an Even hotel and we were pleasantly surprised by the health focused concept of the hotel. Front desk staff were friendly, efficient and helpful with directions. Our room was small but well maintained and decorated. It was equipped with free wifi, an exercise ball, yoga mat, etc. as well as toiletries, a Kerig...
Had a fantastic 5 night stay here early November. Brilliant location just two blocks from Penn Station with it's direct rail road and metro links to JFK (ie. no need for taxi, just $7 train almost to the hotel door). 5 mins walk to Times Square, Madison Square Gardens etc etc, which was great if you needed to head back...
This hotel was amazing! 5mins walk from central time square and even though we were above the bar you couldn’t hear the music as loud as I thought you would. The rooms were spotless and the hotel had thought of literally everything from coffee machine in room to posting a daily news sheet under the door each morning. Breakfast was...
We selected this hotel on location and the "suite" facilities. We chose a king studio with balcony. The balcony would have been great had it not been November temperatures (too cold to use. The room was clean and well maintained. We had a toddler with us so with the hotel provided crib in place the room was quite confined