Beautifully situated on a treelined street amid historic townhouses, this hotel is 1 block from Central Park and Fifth Avenue, a half-block from Madison Avenue designer shops, and less than 1 mile from theaters.
Host to world leaders and entertainment luminaries, this Upper East Side landmark presides over fashionable Madison Avenue, 1 block from Central Park and 5 blocks from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The boutiques and hip restaurants of Madison Avenue are just steps from The Surrey, which places guests on Manhattan's vibrant Upper East Side. Both Central Park and the Whitney Museum of American Art are within 1 block of the hotel. 77 St. Subway Station is 2 blocks away.
This 16-story hotel is in Manhattan's Upper East Side, close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum, and Central Park. With Madison Avenue less than a block away, The Mark places you in the center of Manhattan's social and cultural scene.
Located on "Billionaire's Row" between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue just steps from Central Park and Madison Avenue shopping.
Located in Central New York City, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Barney's and Bloomingdale's. Rockefeller Center and Grand Central Terminal are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Central New York City, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Central Park Zoo and Barney's. Bloomingdale's and Rockefeller Center are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Hell's Kitchen, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Terminal 5, Lincoln Center, and Carnegie Hall. Broadway and Rockefeller Center are also within 1 mi (2 km).
If you're staying at hotels in NYC on or near Madison Avenue, you will likely fly into LaGuardia Airport. The airport offers a number of transportation links to Manhattan, including taxis, rental cars, and the NYC Airporter shuttle bus that brings passengers to or from Manhattan's major train stations. You can then ride the subway from your station of choice to those closest to Madison Avenue hotels. The NYC Airporter also serves John F. Kennedy International Airport.
If you arrange car rentals near Madison Avenue, remember that traffic on the avenue itself is one-way, traveling north only. You can drive from its Southern end at Madison Square through Midtown, the Upper East Side, and all the way into Harlem. Around Madison Square and its eponymous park, you'll see such New York City icons as the Flatiron Building and Met Life Tower. Continue north to see the Empire State Building, Byrant Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and the Museum of Modern Art. At the Southern edge of Central Park, you can visit the Central Park Zoo, enjoy walking along lakeside paths, or visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Last but not least, the "museum mile" runs parallel to Madison Avenue along Fifth Avenue. Its nine museums include the Museum of the City of New York and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, a monument of contemporary architecture.
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