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Welcome to the dazzling lights and bustling streets of the Times Square/Theater District, where everything is bigger, brighter, and bolder. Around the clock, this famous neighbourhood vibrates with a boundless energy unlike anywhere else, with millions of visitors coming to see a spectacular Broadway show, embarking on a shopping spree, or watching the famous ball drop on New Year’s Eve. The surrounding Theater District is home to many historic theaters, which host a mix of classics like The Lion King and Phantom of the Opera, as well as many popular new productions. Spend five minutes here, and you’ll understand why Times Square is nicknamed "the crossroads of the world."
Eat, see, and stay in Times Square / Theater District
Visited here each time we have been in New York just before Xmas - amazing tree all lit up and ice rink.
Lots of delicious food and stalls where you can buy some great gifts
Near to subways and other sights too
What a beautiful place to go and see all the miniatures of the world in 2 hours we enjoyed every little bit of it and were fascinated by the details of each landmark and the surroundings. I can’t wait to come back to do the scavenger hunt with my kids when they grow up! It was the highlight of our...
Hard to understand the system upon entering.. however once order was taken, the food process was riveting to watch, flipping of tacos and fillings were intriguing to observe.
Tacos were unbelievable
However, 4 stars because it was a little cold
Decided to go to Le Bernardin as a special treat while visiting New York. The food was outstanding and so beautifully put together and every course was delicious. The service was attentive and knowledgable as you would anticipate. The restaurant however is not cheap, but then again none are at 3 star level. An experience we’ll remember.
I had the mussels for appetizer. The mussels were a large serving with a flavorful broth. The Tortellini Alfredo was excellent too. It was tri colored tortellini and they were larger than I'd ever seen. The spaghetti and meatballs that my son were very good. I would definitely come back to Tony's again.
"I FELL IN LOVE AND ATE THERE EVERYDAY FOR BREAKFAST"
reviewed 6 March 2020 by James A
I was staying at the Peninsula but I decided to escape and walk the streets to find a LOCAL place for breakfast. Found it on another site. Fresh squeezed orange juice while supply lasts. Everything made fresh, egg sandwiches with tons of bread/bagel options. Staff was nice and friendly. Also was reasonable for New York.
Definitely the best place we have ever stayed in NYC. The location is perfect for staying near the Theater District. We found it very relaxing to return from a night at the theater and visit the lounge. We will return!
It's a spectacular hotel. The staff is superb, and my room was exquisite with lots of charm. It was perfectly situated in the middle of Midtown, with great details like the soundproofing around the door to avoid hallway noise. The bed was quite comfortable, and I really enjoyed the breakfast. I would absolutely
LUMA Hotel is conveniently located while still quiet. Stayed in room 1605 and the size of the room is what you'd expect in NYC--small but with everything you need and LUMA is well-appointed. I tend to like a little more space, but otherwise it's a very good option. I'd stay here again, though I wouldn't go out of my way...
"Jaw dropping, in a good way. I'd definitely stay here again."
reviewed 1 week ago by derrickbarnhill
The bed, shower, lighting, ambassadors, all made my stay so warm, refreshing. I felt like I was home. The cleaniness of this place was immaculate, you could tell they took a lot of time in ensuring the place was super clean. Friendly
This is my first time visiting New York City and I was pleasantly surprised by the service here especially Dee who is pretty and helped me get familiar with the neighborhoods, such as biking through Central Park and Hell's Kitchen for dinner. Afterwards, she introduced me to the wine and cheese and it was an amazing experience. Rooms had a...