New York City Attractions
Discover exciting things to do in New York City all around our vibrant midtown Manhattan hotel. From our welcoming Hosts that greet you with a glass of wine or a refreshing beverage to the made-in-New York goods sold at the shop, you’ll enjoy an authentic NYC experience when stay at Andaz 5th Avenue. Relax without leaving the hotel with an in-room massage or spa treatment or reenergize in our 24-hour StayFit™ Gym.
Our knowledgeable Hosts can help you find exciting New York City attractions and sights just step from our doors. They’ll direct you to Manhattan’s most-toured landmarks or their own secret favorites. Whether you’re looking to crawl your way through the best Manhattan cocktails at local speakeasies or catch an award-winning Broadway show, our host will help you experience all the fantastic things to do in Manhattan at your pace, your style. We'll help you feel connected to the Big Apple.
When in Andaz, travel like a local
See the neighborhood through the eyes of the people who live here with these custom-made guides from our very own Andaz Hosts and Cultural Insiders.
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.
New York Public Library
The magnificent marble Beaux Arts building, with its grand staircase flanked by iconic lions, is far more than NYC’s favorite public reading room.
Grand Central Terminal
Built by Cornelius Vanderbilt, New York’s central depot is NYC’s busiest crossroad.
See iconic sights like the ice skating rink, Radio City Music Hall and giant Christmas tree.
This crowded intersection is hub for Broadway theatergoers and New Year’s Eve party goers.
The United Nations headquarters is the meeting place for heads of state, 194 member states, peacekeeping missions and humanitarian assistance.
Madison Square Garden
Refered to as “The Garden”, even the arena itself is an attraction with or without an event happening.
Empire State Building
The unmistakable building in the skyline, see why New York City adores this monumental piece.