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Combining quiet residential neighbourhoods that have easy access to Central Park with world-famous cultural institutions, the Upper East Side is one of the most livable places in the city. Along beautiful Fifth Avenue, you’ll find Museum Mile, which houses many of the nation's most famous attractions in a single stretch, like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Walk a few blocks into the neighbourhood, and you’ll come to Park Avenue, the poshest address in the city, lined with grand apartment buildings as far as the eye can see. Even if you can’t afford the luxury goods along Madison Avenue, it’s still a great spot to window shop an afternoon away.
Henry Clay Frick was a robber baron with cultural aspirations, and his mansion/now museum is crowded with wonderful masterworks, my favorite being the Holbein portraits and Renaissance and l8th c. classics.
Cable car that travels along side the Queensboro Bridge. We went across at night to see what it was with the lights on unfortunately the car is on the wrong side of the bridge for the best views but it's worth doing. The driver even turned out the lights for us on the way back so we could get better...
Small gallery but full of masterpieces and not only ones by Klimt. There is a lot of great names including Kandinsky and Schiele but portraits by Klimt are probably most famous.
Shop with large offer of artworks and books published by Neue Galerie which I like very much. Do not miss the Cafe where you can travel in time and...
"This truly unique museum was one of the highlights of our recent trip"
reviewed 1 week ago by Diana J
On our April visit to NYC my husband and I paid our first - but not our last - visit to the Cooper Hewitt Museum. It's an exciting, hands-on place and would an be ideal for a family traveling with older children or teens.
Housed in the Andrew Carnegie Mansion, it's an interesting building in its own right. But it's...
"Two couples visited the Jewish Museum to see the Soutine exhibit. We also stilled through the Chainowitz exhibit."
reviewed 1 week ago by szs18
We enjoyed the exhibits and capped off the day with a late lunch at Russ and Daughters, a kosher eaterie on the premisses. A lovely way to spend a spring morning in NYC. The museum closes one day during the week. Check before you go
From the moment we arrived the experience was exceptional. The greeting, staff, atmosphere, wine list (tome), service were all exemplary. We chose the 7 course degustation menu with matching wines. To say that the food and the wines were remarkable and stunning would still be an understatement! Serving sizes allowed the remarkable flavours to be savoured right to the end....
I love to swing through and get cupcakes for my family whenever I'm in town. This place literally has the best cakes and cupcakes I've ever tasted. Sometimes I'll just grab an Instapark spot and roam around the city for a while, and this is always my first stop.
We ate here both times we’ve visited NY. Once at the restaurant and the next time we did delivery. We’ve tried the red curry with chicken and pad Thai off of their lunch menu. So good great spice and very reasonably priced.
The next time we had delivery. The papaya salad was crisp and the vinaigrette was a balance of...
Stayed at The Pierre for the first time...after years of high expectation, i must admit. While the rooms are vast and the views impressive, the overall hotel is not the palatial place i expected. There is no real lobby to speak of and despite the rather grandiose ballrooms and other reception areas, it gave the overall feel of a somewhat...
The Lowell is so incredible. The rooms are my favourite in NY. The Pembroke Room is always a treat for breakfast or afternoon tea.
The lobby is so inviting and cozy. The staff is always on pointe. Location is beyond compare.
A must try if you can get in!
For me, the primary reason that I return to The Regency whenever I'm in NYC, is the staff. They are gracious, attentive and professional. And on top of that, they make it look easy to be kind and enthusiastic.
Among many of the lovely employees who I'd like to recognize are Oscar, Justin, Abdul, Angelina, Kathleen, David, Lisa, Emily (I...
Have stayed at the Mark several times in the past two years. Always top notch service and room quality. The breakfast is a particularly good and reasonably priced (considering the alternatives in the area).
The best! No longer book pricey hotels on the park strip. Great restaurants, boutique shopping, hotel staff courteous, room beautiful and very clean. Staying there for 10 years now and treated at Sloan Kettering and always more than satisfied.