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Central Park

Central Park

Central Park is one of those destinations that even locals never stop discovering. Although visitors might have limited time to explore it, it’s possible to see the main sights with careful planning.


The park is located between W 59th St and W 110th St, and Central Park West and 5th Avenue. How do you get there? Just take a short walk from the Manhattan at Times Square or go by subway:

Line 1 (red) at 50th St to 59th Street/Columbus Circle to reach the south end of the park or continue to Central Park North (110th St) to reach the north end.

At Columbus Circle, transfer to Line B (orange) or C (blue) and get off at 72nd St, 81st St, 86th St, 96th Street, 103rd St or 110th St (west side).

If you would rather avoid transfers, walk to 50th St and 8th Avenue to take Line C or walk to 53rd St and 7th Avenue to take Line B. 

Getting Around

Central Park is a maze. Follow these tips to avoid getting lost:

Year-Round Activities

 Seasons dictate what can be done in Central Park, but visitors have plenty of options to choose from regardless of the time of year: 


Early spring might be chilly, but between April and May Central Park is splashed with color and blooming flowers:


Be ready to spend most of your time outdoors during the summer months!


Walking is the best way to admire the changing colors of Central Park’s trees: 


Those who brave the weather in December and January will be rewarded with a frosted beauty that encompasses the entire park.


Now that you are out and about, check out other attractions nearby the Manhattan - all within walking distance! To top it all off, your plush bed in our deluxe rooms and suites will be waiting for you when you return from your trek. 


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