• Palace Theatre

    1564 Broadway, New York, NY 10036 – – The Palace was most successful as a vaudeville house in the 1910s and 1920s. Under RKO Theatres, it became a cinema in the 1930s, though it continued to host intermittent vaudeville shows in the 1950s. The Nederlander Organization purchased the Palace in 1965 and reopened the venue as a Broadway theater the next year. The theater closed for an extensive renovation from 1987 to 1991, when the original building was demolished and replaced with the DoubleTree Suites Times Square Hotel. The DoubleTree Hotel was itself demolished in 2019 to make way for the TSX Broadway development. The Palace closed again in 2018 and is being lifted 30…

  • Circle Line Cruise

    Sit back and unwind on a relaxing two and a half hour cruise around Manhattan Island. You’ll see all the sights on the only New York cruise to circumnavigate Manhattan in its entirety. Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Circle Line Cruises, W 42nd St Pier 83 W 42nd St, New York City, NY 10036 Choose to upgrade to premier seating which offers skip-the-line privileges, an exclusive inside area and outdoor patio area onboard, water, and dedicated wait service. In the summer opt for the VIP package upgrade that includes a lunch (Options include Lobster Roll, Burger or Chicken plus coleslaw, chips, soft drink) at North River…

  • New York City Helicopter Tour

    Make your stay in New York City a memorable one by taking to the Manhattan skies for an exciting helicopter tour of New York City that departs from Downtown Manhattan. We offer state of the art Bell 407 aircraft! Don’t get fooled by low prices and outdated aircraft offered by our competitors that only fly out of New Jersey. Our New York City Helicopter tours offer spectacular aerial views of Manhattan. This memorable 12-15 minute flight will take you past the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, New York’s financial district of Wall Street, and the humbling sight of Ground Zero. Catch a glimpse of the magnificent Empire State Building and…

  • Northern Lights Mansion

    With a stay at Northern Lights Mansion in New York (Manhattan), you’ll be within a 15-minute walk of Apollo Theater and Columbia University. Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and multilingual staff. Planning an event in New York? This bed & breakfast has facilities measuring 1000 square feet (93 square meters), including conference space.

  • Aloft Harlem

    Our vibrant, tech-savvy hotel is less than a 10-minute walk from can’t-miss attractions, including the famous Apollo Theater, iconic Central Park, and the fast-paced community of Harlem itself. City Bike, NYC’s bike share program is only one block away for a fun and affordable way to explore the city. Our hotel also offers easy self-parking nearby and a great location to Columbia University. Grab a variety of snacks from Re:Fuel, our 24/7 pantry stocked with fruit, hot coffee, and more choices. Or take a break in our Re:Mix Lounge, which offers a relaxing place to unwind and features art by local artists. Our 24/7 gym allows you to keep up…

  • The Shubert Theatre

    225 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036 – – The Shubert’s facade is made of brick and terracotta, with sgraffito decorations designed in stucco. Three arches face south onto 44th Street, and a curved corner faces east toward Broadway. To the east, the Shubert Alley facade includes doors to the lobby and the stage house. The auditorium contains an orchestra level, two balconies, and a flat ceiling. The space is decorated with mythological murals throughout. Near the front of the auditorium, flanking the elliptical proscenium arch, are box seats at balcony level. The upper levels contain offices formerly occupied by the Shubert brothers, and the stage house to the north is shared with the Booth Theatre. The Shubert is part of the largest…