Taking its place in the city skyline in 1962, Sheraton New York Times Square is something of a Manhattan landmark. Having played host to music legends Ella Fitzgerald and The Beatles this iconic hotel provides the perfect city escape.
Sitting at the heart of the action on Seventh Avenue, this iconic hotel is just five blocks from the buzz of Times Square and less than half of mile from the picturesque Central Park.
Start each day at the Hudson Market Bistro and enjoy local favourites for breakfast to fuel an adventurous day. Be dazzled by Broadway shows and take a step back in time at world-class museums, just minutes away. At the end of a busy day exploring, unwind in the space of a fresh and contemporary guest room or suite and admire the captivating views of the glistening cityscape.
Sheraton New York Times Square has a range of convenient on-site facilities for a comfortable stay, including: a state-of-the-art fitness centre, complimentary Wi-Fi in the lobby, expert concierge, laundry service, valet and parking, internet cafe, restaurant, and lounge.
Food, drink & entertainment
The on-site restaurant Hudson Market treats guests to an American-style buffet breakfast, with a selection of hot and cold options to enjoy. Delicious light bites are served at lunch and marketplace inspired dishes in the evening.
Link@Sheraton internet cafe is the perfect spot grab a quick bite for breakfast or relax with a freshly prepared Starbucks™ coffee with the convenience of complimentary Wi-Fi.
Sport, games & activities
Sheraton New York Times is home to a 4,000 square foot fitness centre featuring Life Series Signature cardio equipment.
Each of 1,718 elegantly-appointed rooms and suites include: Sheraton Sweet Sleeper® beds, bathroom with luxury amenities, workspace, coffee maker with Starbucks™ coffee, in-room refreshment centre, flat screen TV with movie channels, complimentary newspaper, and internet access (charges apply). Room service is also available 24 hours a day.
Ever evolving and ever electric, New York is a timeless city that’s always alive with amazing things to see and do. First up there’s the iconic skyline, with its dizzyingly tall skyscrapers and buildings you’ll recognise from the movies. Then there’s the non-stop nightlife: from Times Square bright lights to Broadway musicals, world class clubs to hip little hangouts.
Manhattan has got retail therapy well and truly covered, with everything from huge department stores to thrift store chic. Delicious food, gorgeous green spaces and galleries galore – there’s so much to pack into a break in the city that never sleeps. Just walking along the pavements and soaking up the unmistakable Big Apple vibe is a treat in itself.
New York is one of those places that everyone should visit once – and many people keep going back time and time again.
New York’s climate has clearly defined seasons, with hot summers and chilly winters. Visit in spring and autumn for warm days. The build up to Christmas is atmospheric and often snowy; wrap up warm and you may see Manhattan dusted in snow.
Sightseeing, shopping, wandering around taking it all in... New York is definitely an action-packed destination. If you’re looking for a culture fix, you’ll find some of the best museums and galleries in the world here, with ever-changing exhibitions and shows. Shop for bargains in discount stores, head to the massive flagship stores of Times Square, visit iconic department stores or head into Soho or over to Williamsburg for cutting edge fashion and thrift store chic. Take a lift to the top of the Empire State Building or the Rockefeller Centre, hop on the Staten Island ferry and snap that skyline, meander through contrasting neighbourhoods or simply loll around in Central Park. New York is whatever you want it to be.
New York’s rich cultural heritage means the city has restaurants from pretty much anywhere in the world. You can taste some of the best pasta in the world in Little Italy, or amazing noodles in Chinatown. For a real culinary treat, book a table at one of the city’s many top notch, celebrity chef-owned eateries. Don’t miss breakfast in a basement diner; it’ll set you up for the day. And grab a hot pretzel or a pizza slice from a street cart; they’re pretty much essential ingredients to a good New York trip.
Live jazz, big name gigs, chic clubs, glamorous cocktail lounges, basement bars, hip hideaways, huge nightclubs; whatever your nightlife scene, there’s a hangout to suit you in the city that never sleeps. Buzzing, forward thinking and eclectic: nightlife in New York is like nowhere else on earth.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.
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