Find yourself a stone’s throw away from some of the most iconic landmarks and neighbourhoods of New York at this unique and charming Top Secret Hotel in the Upper West Side. Overlooking the world-famous Broadway, with its many theatres and prestigious venues, this boutique hotel offers views that most other properties in the city cannot. You can walk only a few blocks from your front door and arrive at the Lincoln Centre, many amazing shopping destinations, hundreds of the city’s best restaurants and much more! When you’ve explored the urban treasures enough, walk just one block to the lush greenery of Central Park, where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll and breathe of fresh air, play some sport or visit the central Park Zoo located inside the enormous park. There are several subway stations within easy access too, so you can reach any corner of the city you desire in no time at all!
This boutique hotel overlooking Broadway boasts its own destination restaurant that can cater privately to large groups, such as conferences or event gatherings. Guests can also enjoy air conditioning, WiFi connection, dry cleaning and room service throughout their stay, and visitors with pets are conveniently allowed to have them stay at the hotel. The premium leisure facilities onsite make this the ideal place to come back to after a busy day exploring the sights or attending business meetings. There is an outdoor swimming pool, Fitness Centre and Health Club and tennis courts, in order to unwind and stay fit throughout your visit.
The Upper West Side was responsible for making the brunch culture in New York famous, so it unsurprisingly boasts a huge number of exceptional spots to enjoy the long and relaxed midmorning mealtime. An especially popular ritual on the weekend, many of the favourite eateries are packed out, and can sometimes involve queuing, with hungry residents and tourists seeking a slower pace of life after a busy working week. Good Enough To Eat on Columbus Street gives diners a ‘living room’ style atmosphere in which to enjoy generous portions of bacon waffles, pancakes, French toast and homemade omelettes. An up-scale alternative is Sarabeth’s which serves up sumptuous cocktails as sophisticated ‘hair of the dog’ remedies. If you fancy blending breakfast with a history lesson, try Caffè Storico in the New York Historical Society for traditional Italian delicacies in a room with a view over the institute.