Named for the iconic Flatiron Building at 23rd Street, Broadway and 5th Avenue, the Flatiron neighborhood is bounded by Union Square and Greenwich Village to the south, Chelsea to the west, NOMad to the north and Gramercy Park to the east. Central to all of Manhattan, it’s a destination in its own right, boasting public art installations in Madison Square Park, iconic landmarks with Beaux-Arts architecture, award-winning restaurants and boutique shopping. An experience tying historic and modern New York, our hotel is close to Union Square, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal and The Morgan Library & Museum.
The iconic New York department store has opened a new location on 7th avenue and only a 15 minute walk from the hotel.
Burn calories. Indoor Cycling that is taking the fitness world by storm.
The Amsterdam-based fashion brand’s aesthetic is both vintage and progressive. The boutique on broadway has clothing and accessories for both men and women.
Madison Square is formed by the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway at 23rd Street. The square was named for James Madison, fourth President of the United States. It hosts an array of public art exhibitions, festivals, concerts and more.
Cocktail parlor with fancy drinks & elevated bites in an upscale space with a time-traveling theme.
Eataly is the largest Italian marketplace in the world, comprising a variety of restaurants, food and beverage counters, bakery, retail items, and a cooking school.
Irving Plaza is a 1,025-person ballroom-style music venue in the heart of Union Square.
A Danny Meyer classic with top-notch service, charming atmosphere, and bustling bar. Oh, and food is superb.
Superb Greek and Mediterranean with an open kitchen.
Fresh juices and raw foods for health-conscious offering organic eats, smoothies & juice cleanses.
Spin combines an unusual mixture of sport, design and entertainment with 17 ping-pong courts, a full bar and restaurant, pro-shop and private VIP room.
Ring the bell to be admitted through a semi-secret entrance to this plush lounge crafting Prohibition-era cocktails.
Gramercy Theatre opened in 1937 and offers an ultimate rarity among the mid-sized music venues in the city: a mix of actual seating in back with general admission standing room in front, and a sound system that caters well to both.
Beautiful design, a lively Bar and superstar dishes on a menu that is California-inspired, vegetable-driven and incredibly good.
The 103 year old building showcases art with fashion throughout its seven stories. Everything is curated by Rei Kawakubo and pairs young designers with names like Gosha Rubchinskiy with established brands like Saint Laurent and Prada.
Local coffeehouse serving thoughtfully-sourced, house-roasted brews in a hip, bustling space.
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