The Herald Square Hotel
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19 West 31st Street    •    New York, NY 10001
Tel: (212) 279-4017   •   Toll-free reservations: (800) 727-1888 in USA  •   Fax: (212) 643-9208

Sightseeing in New York City

Our Neighbors

Next door to The Herald Square Hotel
Listen to Jazz, Have some Wine & Chocolate
Spend the Night with Us & Friends

ayza Wine & Chocolate Bar
Mediterranean Cuisine, French • Wine /Selection of 90 wines from Around the world.
11 West 31st Street ' (212) 714-2992 phone ' (212) 714-2996 fax

Lunch: Mon-Fri 12PM-3PM Sat & Sun Closed ––Dinner: Mon-Sat 5PM-11PM Sun 5PM-10PM
The proprietors are committed to providing an impeccable, first-class dining experience. The unique menu, coupled with a selection of over 90 fine wines and champagnes from all over the world, creates a truly remarkable experience. AYZA café, wine and chocolate bar, offers its patrons first-rate food and wines in an elegant, yet
comfortable Mediterranean Cuisine, FrenchWine

Join us for live Jazz music on Mondays
and taste Raspberry Chocolate Martini served with a hazelnut chocolate truffle by Jacques Torres!
The first 30 people to join AYZA Facebook group will each receive 1 glass of wine.
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After seeing the sights and walking
all over town renew yourself @

Juvenex Spa     
24-hr spa for jade and rejuvenation therapies
25 West 32nd Street (between Fifth Avenue & Broadway)
5th Floor-New York, NY 10016
Hours of operation: 24-hours per day, 7 days a week
(10% Discount for Hotel Guests

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller CenterLocated in the heart of Manhattan, Rockefeller Center is an imposing group of harmoniously designed skyscrapers, most of which were constructed before World War II. Rockefeller Center is located on 5th Avenue at 52nd Street.
For more information call (212) 632-3975.

  Times Square

Times SquareTimes Square generates great excitement. It is here that the quick pulse of the city can best be felt. A good time to visit Times Square is the evening when the theatre crowd merges with the thousands strolling under the flashing neon signs. The brilliant lights of Times Square have always dazzled its visitors. Don't forget your camera!

tkts(Times Square)

tkts If you love the theater but need a break from retail prices, visit Duffy Square, the center island of 47th Street between Broadway and 7th Avenue for TKTS. TKTS sells unsold tickets on the day of performance for all Broadway shows for 25-50% off the box office price plus a $2.50 service charge per ticket.

Empire State Building

Empire State BuildingHowever you arrive in New York City, the Empire State Building stands out as a landmark, its tower rising above Manhattan, shining at a height of 1250 feet tall (1450 ft.including the antenna). The view from the top is so splendid that it deserves two visits: first by daylight, to understand the layout of New York; and then again in the evening, to enjoy the spectacle of the city's lights. For more information call (212) 736-3100.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Go back in time. Some of the richest collections of fine art in the world are found here! For more information call (212) 879-5500.

Broadway (Theatre District)

Broadway offers a wide range of diversions, with its world- renowned theatres, its movies, nightspots and bars offering entertainment.

Greenwich Village

Greenwich VillageHere, Italian grocery stores, restaurants and coffeehouses are interspersed with antique and craft shops, theaters and art galleries. This serene, small-town atmosphere enlivens every afternoon by people who gather to hear street musicians, or to have their portrait painted. 

The Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn BridgeThe first suspension bridge to link Brooklyn to Manhattan, Brooklyn Bridge is also the second oldest bridge in New York. Combining the most advanced engineering of the day and bold architecture, its dark silhouette has inspired painters, writers and poets. It's definitely a site to see!

The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of LibertyAt the entrance to New York harbor stands the Statue of Liberty lighting the world. This symbolic gesture has warmed the hearts of countless numbers of people. Stately, guardian of New York, "the grandest lady in the world" majestically welcomes travelers. We recommend you take a tour which leaves Battery Park at the foot of Manhattan. For more information call (212) 363-3200.

Central Park

Central Park

Central Park is the ultimate haven of greenery, light and air in the heart of Manhattan. Central Park covers 840 acres, and is 2 1/2 miles long and 1/2 miles wide. Framed by the silhouettes of surrounding buildings, it forms a striking contrast that must be seen!

Yankee Stadium

Yankee StadiumThis famous haven of the national sport is the perfect place to visit if you're a baseball fan. The Yankees and their fans are winners every year!


Macy'sMacy's Herald Square is the world's largest store. Macy's stocks over 400,000 different items including fashions for the family and complete furnishings for the home.

Shea Stadium
Shea StadiumShea Stadium opened on April 17, 1964 in Flushing Meadows, Queens The stadium marked a new beginning for the young club that had played its first two years at the Polo Grounds. The stadium was originally to be called Flushing Meadow Park but was later named for the popular attorney, William A. Shea, who spearheaded the drive to bring National League baseball back to New York following the departure of the Dodgers and Giants in 1957.             


The Brooklyn Museum of Art
The Brooklyn Museum of Art is the second largest art museum in New York City and one of the largest in the United States. One of the premier art institutions in the world, its permanent collection includes more than one and a half million objects, from ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary art, and represents almost every culture. It is housed in a 560,000 square foot, Beaux-Arts building that welcomes approximately half a million visitors each year.

Located in Central Brooklyn, a half-hour from midtown Manhattan with its own subway stop, the Museum is set on Eastern Parkway and one block from Grand Army Plaza in a complex of 19th-century parks and gardens that also contains Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the Wildlife Center.

Bryant Park - 42nd Street Between 5th & 6th Avenues
Perennial Gardens Bordering the Great Lawn to the north and south, they were created in 1990 and 1991 with 100 species of woody shrubs and herbaceous perennials and 20,000 bulbs. They provide a variety of blooms from early spring through the fall.
Park Houses Designed as rest rooms in 1911. In 1991, after many years of neglect, the north Park House was restored as two restrooms and the south Park House as an office.
The Great Lawn Centerpiece of the park, it is as long as a football field (300 feet) and wider by half (215 feet).
The Promenades Paralleling the Great Lawn, they were created during the redesign of 1933-34. They were planted with London plane (Platanus acerifolia) trees.
French Park Chairs The chairs cater attractively to an established public preference for movable seating in public spaces.
Le Carousel To celebrate the 10th anniversary season, This renaissance replica to was built to match the surrounding architecture.



American Museum of Natural History

    Hall of Fame
3/16 - 8/18, 2002

This museum is probably most famous for its recently renovated dinosaur exhibits and for its dramatic historic animal dioramas, which display animals from all over the world in naturalistic settings. The mineral collection, which includes the 563 carat sapphire called the Star of India, should be on your "must see" list, too.

The Museum of Natural History is also the home of the new Rose Center for Earth and Space, which includes the revamped Hayden Planetarium. Admission to the Rose Center is included in the museum price, but there is an additional fee to see the Space Show in the planetarium.

For more information please call (212) 313-7278


Madison Avenue

Madison Avenue is one of the most elegant shopping areas in town and a browser's paradise. Thanks to a number of fine old townhouses and buildings of medium height, the avenue has retained great charm. And remember, window shopping is always free!


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