Activities

Hotels on 5th Avenue New York

Discover exciting things to do in Manhattan located near the exceptional Andaz 5th Avenue, a luxury hotel unlike any other in Midtown Manhattan. From our convivial Hosts that welcome you with a glass of wine or refreshing beverage and an “as you like it” check-in to the made-in-New York goods available at the shop and the 24-hour gym, you’ll find an authentic experience when you choose to stay at Andaz. Plus, our knowledgeable Hosts can help you find fun things to do in NYC any time of day! Looking to crawl your way through the best Manhattan cocktails at local speakeasies? Your Host has the password. Or is a Broadway show more your ticket? They’ll help you experience fantastic things to do in Manhattan at your pace, your style. Let us help you be you.

Our hosts have both a solid knowledge of the neighborhood and a deep love for New York City; they’ll direct you to Manhattan’s most-touristed landmarks or their own secret favorites.

 

Couple on Bridge

New York City Parks

Discover Bryant Park in Manhattan, 1 block from Andaz 5th Avenue, and NYC's famous Central Park and Zoo about 2 miles north of the hotel.

Couple Exploring

New York Public Library

The magnificent marble Beaux Arts building, with its grand staircase flanked by iconic lions, is far more than New York City’s favorite public reading room.

Hotel Activities

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Our opinion on fitness is that it’s as personal as your own style. The Andaz 5th Avenue Gym features up to date Life Fitness Equipment to ensure you can keep to your favorite workout routine.

Facial Treatment

Spa

Your spa experience is just a phone call away. To schedule an appointment, please call our hosts from your guest room telephone and experience luxury with a Suite Spa massage or facial treatment.

Hotel Dining

Dining

Never leave the hotel with our options of in hotel dining as well as room service. We will give you the full NYC experience right from your room.

Area Activities

Aerial view of couple walking

Grand Central Terminal

Built by  “Commodore” Cornelius Vanderbilt to serve his shipping empire, New York’s central depot has been New York’s busiest crossroads since the 1870s.

Couple Sightseeing

Rockefeller Center

Fewer sights are more recognizable than the ice skating rink; the neon lights of the 1930s Art Deco extravaganza, Radio City Music Hall; and the gargantuan Christmas tree that has lit midtown Manhattan for 75 years.

Couple hugging

Times Square

The crowded crossroads has long been the hub for Broadway theatergoers and New Year’s Eve partiers who make the pilgrimage for the annual ball-drop, but in the past decade it has also spruced up, cleaned up, and become one of New York’s most family-friendly playgrounds.

Area Guide

485 5th Avenue at 41st Street, New York, New York, USA, 10017