The Longer You’re Here, The More You Save: Extended Stay Travel Deals in Midtown Manhattan

Can’t get enough of the city? Stay Longer with our extended stay travel deals in Midtown Manhattan

Extended Stay Travel Deals in Midtown Manhattan
New York City has so many incredible attractions; it is hard to spend just a short time here! That is why we invite you to stay longer at The Manhattan Club.

Stay and Save

The longer you stay, the more you save. Imagine more time to enjoy all that you love about New York City with the benefit of increased savings. The longer you stay, the more you save!
Stay two nights and receive 10% off,  stay 3 nights and receive 15% off your stay or stay 4 nights and receive 20% off your stay.

What’s coming up in NYC? The New York International Auto Show, Macy’s Flower Show and the Tribeca Film Festival for starters or come explore iconic destinations like Times Square and the Empire State Building. Broadway theatrical performances are always in season as is shopping on 5th Avenue and dining at countless world-class restaurants. Or take them all when you take advantage of our extended stay travel deals in Midtown Manhattan. You can explore more options here.

The Manhattan Club sets new standards in luxury accommodations. Our residential-style Boutique Hotel is located in the heart of New York City and is convenient to so much that makes the city such a sought after vacation destinations.

Easter Weekend Events in NYC

Hop to It on Easter Weekend in NYC with These Fun Outings

Easter Weekend Events in NYC
What could be finer than celebrating spring in New York City? There are a number of festive events taking place where you can make lasting memories. Enjoy our round up of Easter weekend events in NYC.

Easter Parade in New York City
The annual Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival is where people put on their fanciest clothes, don Easter bonnets, and march down 5th Avenue. You can either join the march or watch the pageantry. The parade will start at 10 a.m.

Easter Celebration at CMOM
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is throwing an Easter celebration complete with a museum-wide Easter egg scavenger hunt. Kids who find them all get a prize.

Easter Brunch in Manhattan
Brunch in the city is an event worth celebrating any season but for Easter restaurants often have some of their finest offerings. Timeout New York has a great round up of suggestions that incorporate every style of dining.

Easter Egg Hunts
A classic Easter egg hunt is the perfect way to enjoy the holiday with the kids. Several huts take places throughout the city. In particular, NYSoM’s Easter Eggstravaganza is a free event with an egg hunt, egg painting, arts and crafts, and pictures with the Easter Bunny.

Join in the springtime fun, whether you’re grabbing brunch or checking out the Easter parade in New York City. Stay with us at The Manhattan Club to make it a truly great Easter weekend.

The New York Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center

The 2017 New York Auto Show presents the latest in innovation.

New YOrk Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center
Set to usher in the latest trends in automobiles, this year’s Jacob Javits Convention Center Car Show, promises visitors a showcase of cutting-edge design and amazing innovation. There are going to be more than four floors of incredible displays from the globe’s automobile manufacturers and will be featuring the latest futuristic concept vehicles and newest cars. Over 1,000 trucks and cars will be on display at what has been labelled North America’s first and most attended auto show…dating back to the 1900’s.

This year’s New York Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center will be held from March 30 – April 8. Whether you’re a car collector or simply love checking out the latest trends, this is the show to go to.

Every year before the show opens, a number of auto companies debut their latest productions and concepts for the press.

If you’re coming to New York for the show, book your stay with us at The Manhattan Club. We’re ideally located in midtown, close to all of the greatest  New York City attractions.

Celebrate All Month Long With Our St. Patrick’s Day Travel Deal in Manhattan

Head to the parade and so much more with our St. Patrick’s Day travel deal in Manhattan this March!

Our St. Patrick’s Day Travel Deal in Manhattan

The New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade is one of the finest, longest standing traditions we have and an experience that shouldn’t be missed. With more than 1 million spectators expected in the city this March 17th, why not make it a weekend getaway to remember?

St. Patrick’s Day comes once a year but you can celebrate all month long at The Manhattan Club!
Our St. Patrick’s Day March Package invites you to enjoy the Luck of the Irish all month long! Stay with us March 1-March 31 and enjoy our spacious suite accommodations, a bucket of beer and pretzels and complimentary WiFi.

Our Concierge recommends celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at the parade and then heading out to take in the food and drink at some traditional Irish pubs including The Landmark Tavern, St. Pat’s Bar and Grill, The Dead Rabbit, Paddy Reilly’s, Molly, The Irish Pub and Paddy McGuires.

What else is happening the weekend of the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade? The New York Botanical Garden Orchid Show, the Queens World Film Festival, the Sober St. Patrick's Day Festival and Asia Week New York.

At The Manhattan Club we look forward to welcoming our guests with our St. Patrick’s Day Travel Deal in Manhattan this March!

Luck of the Irish: The New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Set your sights on all things green this March at the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

  New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade

The New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade has been marching since 1762 – and is one of the city’s oldest and proudest Irish traditions. Over 1 million spectators can’t be wrong – Erin Go Bragh!

The Parade takes place on Saturday March 17, 2018 at 11am with more than 150,000 marchers, bands and bagpipes and can be viewed an be viewed along 5th Avenue between 44th Street and 79th Street

The New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade marched for the first time more than 250 years ago, on March 17, 1762 - fourteen years before the Declaration of Independence and is run completely by volunteers.

Everyone at The Manhattan Club is excited about the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade – where everyone can be Irish for the day! Why not plan your trip to enjoy the event and reserve your stay with us in Midtown Manhattan to take advantage of all of the St. Patrick’s Day and other events in the city? Also taking place that same weekend is the New York International Children’s Film Festival and the New York Botanical Garden Orchid Show. Enjoy the events or just take in the city at your own pace.


Raise a Glass This Season: The NYC Winter Wine Festival Returns

Head to the NYC Winter Wine Festival this March because we all know that it isn’t good to keep things bottled up!

NYC Winter Wine Festival

There is a good Riesling to head to Times Square – the NYC Winter Wine Festival! Whether you're a self-proclaimed connoisseur or you just like a good glass of wine, this event takes the cake (or the grape?) and makes for a great NYC weekend getaway.

On March 10 visitors of the Times Square Wine Festival presented by New York Wine Events can sample hundreds of world class wines. Tastings include reds, whites, traditional blends, and unique combinations. Regions that will be proudly represented are Italy, California, Australia, New Zealand, France, Austria, Argentina, Portugal, and more. Great wine deserves great food to go along with it, so there will also be many hors d’oeuvres and other treats on hand.

The Playstation Theater at Times Square will feel more like the hills of Tuscany as it is converted to an indoor vineyard for the day. Relax over a glass of your new favorite vintage all without leaving the city.

Why limit your happy to an hour? When headed into town for the NYC Winter Wine Festival, The Manhattan Club is the perfect place to stay within walking distance of Times Square.

The 2018 NYC Half Marathon Course Brings Changes

Runners take note; this year’s NYC Half Marathon Course has changed!

2018 NYC Half Marathon Course
The NYC Half is one of the most popular half marathons in the United States taking runners on an incredible 13.1-mile tour of the city, Filled with elites and professionals, as well as average runners that love the sport, this year's race takes place on March 18, 2018. Athletes from around the world travel to NYC to take part in this annual event.

New NYC Half Marathon Course for 2018
Since the race began in 2006, it has always started in Central Park and finished in Lower Manhattan. This year ushers in a new course, which puts the start at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn and travels much of the former course in reverse, ending in Central Park. As a result of this change, the cap for runners has increased to 22,500, allowing for even more participants than ever before.

The United Airlines NYC Half Expo presented by New Balance takes place at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Free to the public, the Expo is a great place to pick up running merchandise and souvenirs as well as seek advice from experts and professional runners.

Stay with Us at The Manhattan Club
If you’re coming to town to take part in the race or cheer on a loved one, reserve your stay with us at The Manhattan Club. Our boutique hotel will ensure you enjoy a comfortable stay right in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, close to many of the city’s exciting attractions. If you’re taking part in the half marathon, you’ll love coming back to our spacious suites to recover from your experience!

Best Museums to Visit in NYC This Winter

When the weather is cold, keep cozy with the best museums to visit in NYC this winter.

best museums to visit in nyc this winter
Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh. Dinosaur fossils, live Butterfly exhibits and aircraft carriers. What do they all have in common? All are featured in some of the best museums in the city and winter is the perfect time to visit! Here’s what rounds out our top picks:

The Museum of Modern Art makes one of the top picks of best museums to visit in NYC this winter for good reason. As one of the most sought after museums in the city, visitors can explore the works of Frida Kahlo, Ando Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh. Insider Tip: You can avoid the crowds if you head to MOMA when they open in the morning or enjoy free admission on Fridays from 4pm to 8pm.

Art is the focus of the Metropolitan Museum of Art as well with spectacular exhibits to enjoy including the works of Claude Monet, Georgia O’Keeffe, van Gogh and Degas among others. Unique to The Met is the Cloisters, this museum is located on four acres in northern Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park, with art, architecture, and gardens prevalent in medieval Europe. The Cloisters are open year round and make the perfect place to explore when you are ready to step outside.

When you are ready to explore something with the kids, the American Museum of Natural History is the ideal destination. Everyone will love exploring the exhibits in literature, film, television, video games and of course, a massive collection of prehistoric fossils. When you’ve had your fill of strolling through all of the displays, sit back and wonder over our universe with a performance at the Hayden Planetarium or head inside the Butterfly Conservatory where it is toasty in the winter months to keep the live butterflies happy.

Rounding out our exploration of the best museums to visit in NYC this winter is the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum - the only museum where visitors can get up close and personal with the aircraft carrier Intrepid, the first space shuttle Enterprise, a submarine Growler, a British Concorde, and some of the fastest jets.

Stay toasty this winter exploring the museums and book your stay with us at The Manhattan Club in Midtown to be right in the middle of all of the fun.

Romantic Getaway to New York City

Valentine’s Day is approaching and we have the perfect romantic getaway to New York City

romantic getaway to New York City
January is upon us! With the winter in full swing, it’s the perfect time to brighten up the season with a little romance! Valentine’s Day is always a day that inspires the lovers in all of us and there is always something magical about the city that sets the stage for a picture-perfect romantic getaway to New York City.

First stop: Times Square. Imagine popping the question, getting married or renewing your vows at this iconic location. Love in Times Square takes place February 14th, 2018 or just visit anytime between February 1 and 28th to check out Window to the Heart, a romantic art installment available for viewing all month.

If activity sets your hearts aflutter, lace up your skates at Wollman Rink in Central Park or Rockefeller Center and glide hand in hand while taking in the beautiful surrounding scenery.

A romantic getaway to New York City wouldn’t be complete without getting a unique view of the skyline at the Top of the Rock Observation Deck or One World Observatory…or even by strolling across the Brooklyn Bridge.

Continue the adventure with an overnight stay at The Manhattan Club and our Romance and Relax Package which includes wine, chocolate and Grab N Go Breakfast for two.

When you stay with us, our Concierge can make recommendations, reservations and give great insider tips of some of the best places to explore for your romantic getaway to New York City.

What's Happening This January in Manhattan?

The winter months are a great time to visit the city, check out the best of what’s happening this January in Manhattan

What's happening this January in Manhattan
Whether you are a fan of the outdoors or rather stay cozy inside, there is plenty of fun to explore in the city this month. Check out some of our top picks for what’s happening this January in Manhattan.

The New York Boat Show docks January 24-28 at the Javits Center as a boating and fishing lovers’ paradise. Whether you are there to learn from all of the expansive demos and breakout sessions, shop and compare makes and models of boats or gear up with the latest in accessories, You can explore the America's Boating Club Boating Simulator, Create-A-Boat Kids’ Toy Boat Building, the Miss Geico Offshore Racing Boat and preview the latest from boating and fishing manufacturers.

For those who love the southern taste of barbecue coupled with a cold beer or smooth bourbon, you can head to the Beer Bourbon & BBQ Festival on January 28th. Sample over 60 beers, 40 bourbons and mouth-watering BBQ with seminars, live music and even a bacon eating contest.

If you’d rather take it outdoors, Bryant Park’s Winter Village continues through January and is the location of Winter Carnival January 26th-27th and February 2nd-3rd. Enjoy winter sports and games, outdoor ice skating a brew house and a silent disco.

Continue the outdoor fun at Winter Jam in Central Park on January 27th. Visitors can learn to ski and snowboard, try out snowshoeing and sledding and some Arctic Golf. For those who would rather spectate, there is live ice sculpting and the Taste of NY Winter Market and warming hut for drinks and bites.

Whatever is on your schedule for this season in NYC, we hope you’ll include a stay with us at The Manhattan Club!