Things to Do in NYC—We’re Close to It All
Dive into the mysteries of Midtown Manhattan and lose yourself in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood and beyond while on a once-in-a-lifetime excursion to NYC. Take in a show at Madison Square Garden or just stroll through Times Square with an authentic slice of New York pizza and people watch. No matter where you wander, know this—Cachet is waiting for you with modern comforts and NYC character. When you’re our guest, the city is yours.
Location is Everything—And We’ve Got It All
Cachet Boutique New York Hotel proudly sits among the eclectic and the famous New York City landmarks, only two blocks from Times Square, four blocks from Javits Center and Hudson Yards, and 12 blocks from Madison Square Garden. The world-famous Theater District lies only six blocks away. Visit us in March for Coffee Fest or the Restaurant & Food Service Show of New York or join us in the fall for New York Comic Con or Makeup in New York. Believe us, this city truly never sleeps; and with the abundance of things to do here, you will easily fill your days and nights with adventure.
Filled to the brim with extensive multiethnic and multicultural restaurants, bars, bodegas, and delicatessens, Hell’s Kitchen is a must-visit neighborhood. Let our local staff help you find something memorable.
What visit to New York is complete without a stroll through the iconic Times Square? The classics are classic for a reason, so go ahead and walk around, grab a street dog, and take a selfie or two to declare to all your followers, “I was here!”
Located in Hell’s Kitchen on 11th avenue, Javits Center is one of the busiest convention centers in the country. Javits Center has hosted such famous events as Anime NYC, New York Comic Con, and the New York International Auto Show.
Home to over 100 diverse shopping and culinary experiences, Hudson Yards is one of New York’s newest neighborhoods. A cultural center in Manhattan’s New West Side, Hudson Yards features numerous restaurants and cultural institutions like The Shed.
The teeming heart of Manhattan, New York’s Theater District contains all the world-famous NYC highlights. Visit Madame Tussauds, dine at Carmine’s Italian Restaurant, and make sure to take in a Broadway show—or two, or three.
Madison Square Garden
The oldest major sports and entertainment facility in the New York metropolitan area, Madison Square Garden (MSG) is a NYC institution. It's home to New York's NHL and NBA teams, and MSG hosts concerts with artists from around the world. Ask us who's "playing the garden" during your stay.
Famous for chic restaurants and energetic bars and pubs, Midtown West Manhattan is the place to see and be see in New York City. With eye-popping architecture, American theater’s epicenter, and world-renowned landmarks, Midtown West is what jumps into the mind’s eye when you think “New York City.”
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Located at Pier 86 at 46th Street, along the Hudson River, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is an American military and maritime history museum in New York City with a collection of museum ships. Exhibitis preserve historical artifacts, as well as inspire and educate future generations. A great visit for the whole family.
The High Line NYC
The High Line is an elevated freight rail line transformed into a public park on Manhattan’s West Side. Saved from demolition by neighborhood residents and the City of New York, the High Line opened in 2009 as a hybrid public space where visitors experience nature, art, and design. A fun way to see the city while getting some exercise!
Edge NYC is the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere located at 30 Hudson Yards, with an out of this world design. It’s suspended in mid-air, giving you the feeling of floating in the sky with 360-degree views that you can’t find anywhere else. Stand on the glass floor and look down 100 stories over Manhattan. Incredible!