There’s a lot to see and do in NYC.
New York City is home to many of the world’s most recognizable and beloved landmarks, monuments, and attractions. From the Empire State Building and Times Square to the expansive and majestic Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge, the geographically compact island of Manhattan holds more treasured and historic icons than anywhere else on Earth.
Some local flavors and favorites of New York.
You won’t have to go very far to satisfy your appetite because Chelsea has a plethora of restaurants, cafés, and eateries to quellyour hunger. The neighborhood has long been a haven for artists and trendsetters, which gives the area some of the most distinctive and exclusive bars and nightclubs in the city.
Relax and enjoy while visiting New York City.
NYC has some of the best department stores in the world including Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, and you’ll find boutiques shops of the most exclusive designers abound on Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, only a few blocks from the Hilton Garden Inn Chelsesa.
Businesses that call New York home.
Facebook, Amazon, and IBM are among the tech companies scouting Chelsea, Flatiron and Meatpacking Districts for space, leading the area to become known as the Silicon Alley, a nod to the high-tech San Francisco Bay Area with a similar moniker.
Getting in and around while in NYC.
Navigating one of the world’s largest cities can seem a daunting task, but New York City has a variety of transportation options including buses, trains, and cabs to get you whereyou’re going. We’ve compiled this list of resources to help you navigate the city during your stay with us.
Local resources for New York.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran traveler to New York City or this is your first time to the Big Apple, these contacts and links are agreat resource when visiting. We’ve included information on weather and maps as well as vital emergency services contacts.