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Offering many of city’s best restaurants and shops set amid classic New York architecture, the Flatiron District is no longer under the tourist radar. At 23rd Street is the famous triangular Flatiron Building, which makes a good picture no matter what angle you photograph it from. Be sure to look up at the elegant architecture as you stroll the streets- much of this neighborhood is part of a historic district that was home to many of the city’s most famous department stores at the turn of the century. At the northern end of the neighbourhood, Madison Square Park is best known for being the home of a famous burger shack, but it can also be a quiet refuge to spend an afternoon, and it frequently hosts interesting public art exhibits. In the lower part of the Flatiron District you'll find Union Square, a bustling crossroads at all times of day and night.
What a stunning piece of architecture! Amazing to view it in the flesh after seeing it in so many movies. It's located right outside a Hop On Hop Off bus stop, which is ideal to jump off and learn about it's history, plus take a few well angled photographs.
We stumbled upon the park by sheer chance, after getting off the Hop On Hop Off bus stop by the Flatiron (directly opposite). It's a gorgeous little park, with plenty of benches and green spaces to relax on. Can highly recommend for a short sightseeing break.
I took my children here ages 14, 11 and 10 over winter break. They all enjoyed it. They enjoyed that it was interactive and that they could touch and place with everything.. They took turns trying every single exhibit. My older one became bored quickly --not enough to keep her busy. I think it is more geared to the 10...
"A newly opened Photographic museum on Park Avenue, New York CIty"
reviewed February 4, 2020 by TravelRalphy
I highly recommend this newly opened museum which originated in Stockholm, Sweden. Each floor has various themes. The black women exhibit was very impressive.
The bookstore has several interesting photography books. The cafe was not bad.
We suggested they serve some Scandinavian pastry.
Visited this wonderful building with my wife and were lucky enough to take part in a tour hosted by Bro Louis Cooper. He was so informative and passionate about both Freemasonry and the building.
The lodge rooms are jaw dropping. The scale and decor are beautiful.
Well worth a visit for Masons and non Masons alike.
OH, this is seriously the best fast-food hamburger, onion rings yummy chips and lemon drink I've ever had. We visited more than once. The meat is real and tastes like it just has some special ingredients. I actually felt full after eating for some hours after it. as sometimes with fast food you are hungry 30 minutes later.
We have not been to Giorgio's in a very long time but last night we found ourselves in the neighborhood so we popped in for dinner. We are so glad we did! Better than ever! Every single morsel was DIVINE, our server was fantastic and the host even remembered us and we have not been there in years. We are...
If you need personal space this is not the place for you. However if you love great sandwiches and you’re willing to sacrifice a little bit of elbow room then this could be the place for you. Amazing sandwiches are decent prices with little space to sit and it’s loud too. I really enjoyed this place for about 20 minutes...
The hotel and staff are all equally wonderful. Super friend and helpful. The restaurant is delicious and the cocktails are fantastic. I love the bar on the second floor. It's beautiful and full of great architecture.
This was a trip I planned for my anniversary and I was happy with the location of the hotel very accessible to subway stations and New York landmarks. Rooms were a bit small and housekeeping could do a lot better but the staff made it a fun stay. Courtney at the front desk was really sweet. One night me and...
"Cool Hip Great location... if you get a Cheap Deal go for it!"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Trickynix78
Ok so here we go ....... honest review x
5 Stars for location - can walk every where, near subway, perfect location as bang in the middle of the city between both sides of town... great area!
5 Stars for unique hipster Decor and Vibe the detail is exquisite and extraordinary.... loved the art and interior design... very cool place...
nice place, very friendly and personal service is what they stand for. Newspaper and coffee at every moment. I didn't like the bed and linnen, airco loudness for heating, breakfast scanty and no egg or meat.
Stayed here for 10 days last month-October, after looking and hassling between different hotels.. needed a decent, modest hotel for a good price in a good location in the city,
found this hotel accidently on line, when all the city was booked.. managed to get a room at this hotel and they even let me pay day by day with...