Dinner and a Show! NYC Winter Restaurant Week & Broadway Week Return in January

NYC winter Restaurant Week and Broadway Week are the answer to the post-holiday blues.

NYC Winter Restuarant Week Just because the holiday season is over in January, it doesn’t mean there isn’t a reason to head into Manhattan! NYC winter Restaurant Week and Broadway Week are the answer to the post-holiday blues in the city.


NYC Winter Restaurant Week - The city’s semiannual celebration of fine dining at an affordable price. At NYC Restaurant Week, participating restaurants offer three-course prix-fixe menus specially priced for lunch and/or dinner. This is your opportunity to try something new as restaurants will feature at least three choices for appetizers, three choices for entrées and at least two desserts. Reservations open up on January 8, 2018 for the dining event that takes place January 22–February 9.


Broadway Week – The savings continue on Broadway in January as well. Some of the best shows on the Great White Way will feature buy one, get one free tickets. Participating performances will be announced on January 5th, the same day the tickets go on sale and all Broadway Week shows will take place between January 16 and February 4.


Round out your experience with a stay at The Manhattan Club and make January a real reason to celebrate winter! Our luxurious all-suite hotel is the perfect accompaniment to all NYC travels.


Holiday Season Hotel in Midtown Manhattan

Make your stay in NYC merry and bright with the perfect holiday season hotel in Midtown Manhattan.

Holiday Season Hotel in Midtown Manhattan
From top to bottom, New York is filled with festive fun. Enjoy it all to its fullest with the best holiday season hotel in Midtown Manhattan. Stay close to all of the best attractions and take advantage of our exclusive seasonal package.

Spend the holidays making memories in New York City! At The Manhattan Club we are offering a limited time holiday package. See the iconic sights this time of year including the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree to the spectacular window displays.

Take in a performance of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and top off the fun with New Year’s Eve in Times Square. Bryant Park's Winter Village offers shopping, ice skating and dining while Central Park beckons with carriage rides in the crisp winter air.

Our Concierge can help with recommendations for the best itinerary to see it all.

Our package includes luxury hotel suite accommodations complete with comforting amenities, a complimentary bottle of wine to toast the season, free Wi-Fi and use of our fitness center. During your visit, you can take a break from the hustle and bustle in our Club Level Lounge for refresh with complimentary afternoon coffee and tea.

The Manhattan Club makes the perfect holiday season hotel in Midtown Manhattan!


Winter Attractions in NYC for After the Holidays

The fun doesn’t stop with the holidays, enjoy winter attractions in NYC all season long.

Winter Attractions in NYC

Who says the weather outside is frightful? In January, the holidays may be over but the fun of NYC doesn’t have to end. Check our out our top picks for unique winter attractions in NYC.

Winter Jazzfest NYC
January events in Manhattan wouldn’t be complete without Winter Jazzfest NYC featuring over 150 jazz performers playing at a variety of venues in the city. Check it out January 10-17.

New York Boat Show
The New York Boat Show is held at Javits Convention Center from January 24-28. Here you will see everything, from the latest yachts and speed boats to canoes and fishing boats. There will also be fishing seminars, boat schools, and kids activities – build a toy boat or meet a pirate!

Winter Jam
Winter Jam is the ultimate snow day in Central Park. Go sledding. Learn how to snowshoe, ski, or snowboard. Try out kicksledding. And browse the Taste NY Winter Market. Equipment will be provided free, or you can bring your own. (2018 Date TBA)

The Rink at Rockefeller Center and Bryant Park Winter Village
Head to The Rink at Rockefeller Center for an NYC winter tradition. Lace up some skates and glide on the ice to your heart’s content. If you’re a novice, you can even try some skate lessons. You can try some ice skate in the Winter Village at Bryant Park too, open through March. Enjoy the frosty atmosphere, then head to the Snackbar for a hot cocoa or a tasty treat.

New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show Bar Car Nights
For the 21+ crowd, enjoy the winter in NYC at the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) with an after-dark viewing of the Holiday Train Show with delicious cocktails, a firepit to warm you and live music. Dates are limited in December and January.

Keep the winter fun alive when you stay at The Manhattan Club. We are centrally located to all of the winter attractions in NYC.


Our Wishes for a Festive Thanksgiving in New York City

We hope you enjoy a festive Thanksgiving in New York City.

Thanksgiving in New York City

Wishing you the happiness of good friends, the joy of a happy family, and the wonder of the holiday season.

What a wonderful time of year to visit New York City! This week we welcome the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade which is just the start of the holiday festivities around Manhattan. It’s a great time of year to enjoy the city as amazing sights include classics like the Rockefeller Christmas Tree, Ice Skating at Rockefeller Center or Central Park, to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and even window shopping.

Be sure to keep in mind our overnight packages this time of year holiday stays in the city and for ringing in the New Year in Times Square. Our luxurious all-suite Midtown Manhattan hotel is within close proximity to all of the major attractions and makes the perfect place to relax during the busy holiday season.

Our best wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving!


Home Away From Home: The Best hotel for the Holidays in Midtown Manhattan

The NYC winter celebration season is upon us – find the best hotel for the holidays in Midtown Manhattan.

best hotel for the holidays in Midtown Manhattan
There is nothing more magical than spending the holidays in New York City and finding the perfect hotel is easy when you reserve your stay with us at The Manhattan Club.

Located in the heart of Midtown, we are right in the middle of all of the greatest holiday attractions and shopping including top picks like the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the Rockefeller Christmas Tree and ice rink, crisp winter walks through Central Park, witnessing the high flying kicks of the Rockettes for the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, spectacular Carnegie Hall performances and the ushering in the New Year at Times Square.

The Manhattan Club is a boutique-style hotel that offers unparalleled service and as an all-suites hotel offers some of the most spacious accommodations in the city and unexpected amenities.

Choose the best hotel for the holidays in Midtown Manhattan with great savings including our Book Early & Save package entitling you to 25% off your stay when you book 30 days in advance or make it a weekend break with our Weekend Getaway Package that includes complimentary Continental Breakfast in our Club Lounge.

When you book your room at The Manhattan Club, you are entitled to full access to our onsite Concierge Services that can assist with theater tickets, restaurant reservations, sightseeing tour reservations, museum passes and help you navigate the many great winter holiday attractions.

Happy Holidays from all of us The Manhattan Club!

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Our Top Five Picks for Holiday Attractions in New York City

It’s hard to choose which holiday attractions in New York City should be included – let us help with our top picks! 

Holiday Attractions in New York City

Whether you see one or see them all, these must see holiday destinations in NYC will make your merry season a lot brighter.

Top Five Magical Winter Holiday Attractions in New York City

  • The famous, gigantic Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree gets lit up every year in a spectacular ceremony that kicks off the holiday season. You can be a part of the fun on November 29, with live musical performances accompanying the tree lighting.
  • See the Rockettes in perfect unison performing their famous kick lines and more at The Radio City Christmas Spectacular until January 1, 2018. Glittering costumes, bright lights, dancing, and seasonal cheer make this a show that is in high demand during the holidays. The Rockettes transform into toy soldiers, rag dolls, Santa’s reindeer, and more in their signature fashion, with flair and precision.
  • The entire NYC Ballet Company takes part in George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker set to Tchaikovsky’s classic score. Featuring stunning costumes, sets, and visual effects, the show will run from November 24th and all December long.
  • Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden From November 22 to January 15, 2018, you can see a display of wonder and imagination in miniature. The Train Show is a network of model trains that run on almost a half-mile of tracks as they pass through a mini landscape of more than 150 recognizable landmarks.
  • NYC Holiday Pop Up Shops – from Winter Village at Bryant Park with shopping, food and free ice skating to Union Square Holiday Market – outdoor fun is at an all-time high in NYC over the holidays. When the weather isn’t cooperating, you can take it indoors to the Grand Central Holiday Fair.

We invite you and your family to stay with us at The Manhattan Club while you’re in the city enjoying winter holiday attractions in New York City.

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Escape With the Perfect Weekend Getaway to NYC

Leave the grind behind with a weekend getaway to NYC this season.

Weekend Getaway to NYC
Dreaming of some time off? While you may not be able to take a long vacation, you definitely deserve a break all the same! Leave Monday to Friday behind and escape with the perfect weekend getaway to NYC.

Weekend Getaway to NYC
Our Weekend Getaway Package includes overnight luxury suite accommodations, complimentary continental breakfast, complimentary WiFi and access to our on-site fitness center. 

At the Manhattan Club, our suites are smartly appointed to offer you both luxury and convenience.

Things to Do While You’re Here
Our central location is perfect for checking out cool nearby attractions. Have a brisk morning stroll through Central Park and enjoy the scenery, or head out to 5th Avenue to get in some premium shopping at one of the elegant department stores. Carnegie Hall is literally across the street, so you can walk to a concert or performance.

With the holiday season right around the corner, you can also catch a holiday-themed show at Radio City Music Hall or stop by to take in the famous, towering Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.

Choose this package for your weekend getaway to NYC and see how The Manhattan Club can make your experience that much better.

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Plan Ahead for New Year’s Eve in New York City

Out with the old, in with the new for 2018: New Year’s Eve in New York City.

  New Year’s Eve in New York City
If seeing the Times Square Ball Drop on New Year’s Eve in New York City tops your bucket list, we’ve got some tips that will help you make your experience that much better.

Map out your visit ahead of time. If you are from out of town, you will most certainly want to know where to go so know where you’ll arrive and where that is in relation to the Ball Drop at 1 Times Square. Keep in mind that it will be viewable from 43rd to 50th Street, Broadway, north up to 59th Street, and along 7th Avenue.

Get there earlier than you think you need to. The NYPD begins to shut down streets as they fill. Our insider tip? Get there by 12 if you want a great spot, 3pm at the latest just to be part of it all.

Food & Drink: Eat a good meal before you get there and bring a snack as well as water. There will be no vendors available for any snacks in the area.

No bags please! The New York Police Department wants to ensure the safety of all who visit for New Year’s Eve in New York City. This means no bags larger than a small purse will be allowed.

Dress for the weather – including your most comfortable shoes. Keep your eye on the forecast for the holiday and dress accordingly. You are in it for the long haul – wear shoes that will prevent achy feet.

Planning ahead for New Year’s Eve in New York City will ensure that you will be sharing in the excitement with a few thousand of your newest friends! For a relaxing place to stay into the New Year, we’d love to have you at The Manhattan Club.

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The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is Less Than a Month Away

The holiday season always starts in a festive way with a trip to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

Radio City Christmas Spectacular

No holiday experience in Manhattan would be complete without a trip to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular! America’s number one holiday show returns to kick off the holiday season November 10th through January 1st this year and will be sure to create memories to last a lifetime.

Glittering costumes, bright lights, dancing, and seasonal cheer make this a show that is in high demand during the holidays. The Rockettes transform into toy soldiers, rag dolls, Santa’s reindeer, and more in their signature fashion, with flair and precision.

Planning a visit to see the Rockettes in person this season? The Manhattan Club is located within walking distance of Radio City Music Hall and we have the perfect hotel packages to add value to your experience!

Book Early & Save
With our Book Early & Save promotion, guests will receive 25% off their stay and there is no minimum stay required.

Everyone here hopes you enjoy a fantastic time at the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and a wonderful holiday season.Save

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Celebrate the Start of the Holiday Season in NYC with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

All you need to know for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Over 90 years of history is built into the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC and visitors from all over come to the iconic event to catch a glimpse of their favorite celebrity, marching bands from all over the country and of course, the much larger than life floats and balloons.

Location: The parade begins at 77th and Central Park West then turns at Columbus Circle then over to 6th Avenue where it makes its way to Macy’s at Herald Square. The route will include 2.5 miles of city streets where you can grab a spot to watch the action.

Balloons: Favorites like the Pillsbury Dough Boy, Charlie Brown, SpongBob all make a return this year and will be joined by new friends too.

Floats: Countless entertainment will include among the many, The Big Apple, Mount Rushmore, The Turkey from The Cranberry Cooperative and of course Santa’s Sleigh.

Marching Bands, Clowns and Performers: What’s a parade without a marching band (or 10), clowns on skates, in cars and strolling the streets entertaining the crowd as well as stars of stage, screen and musical talents.

Where to Stay in the City
The Manhattan Club is perfectly located near the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade route as well as many other New York City attractions.

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