Often referred to as the "Gold Coast" of retail, Madison Ave. in NYC is home to some of the most extravagant shopping in the entire world. Passing through Midtown, the Upper East Side, and Harlem, Madison Ave. includes designer name boutiques, jewelry stores, beauty salons and spas. Fifth Avenues' higher profile shops are also nearby to satisfy all your luxury retail therapy needs.
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Often referred to as the "Gold Coast" of retail, Madison Ave. in NYC is home to some of the most extravagant shopping. Enjoy a shopping break at our hotel!
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Everything about Times Square is big, the crowds, the jumbo screens, the stores. Within this entertainment epicenter, you'll find flagship favorites like Forever 21, American Eagle, MAC, Sephora, Toys R Us and Hershey's Times Square - just to name a few!
Displaying cult designers like Proenza Schouler alongside mainstays like Louis Vuitton and Chanel, the nine-floor flagship Barney store on Madison Avenue showcases all of its wares with style, whimsy and a strong brand identity.
Located in the heart of Manhattan, New York City's American Girl store features an specialty shops, an American Girl Cafe, even a doll hair studio and doll hospital for dolls injured in the line of duty.
As the world's largest department store and a registered New York City landmark, Macy's flagship store in Herald Square is more shopping empire than mere retailer. Spanning a full city block, it features nine floors of must-have merchandise ranging from housewares to high fashion.
Located in the heart of Manhattan, the best Fifth Avenue shopping takes place between 39th and 60th streets, where you'll find NYC flagship stores selling everything from designer fashions to home accessories and NYC souvenirs.
From classic to contemporary Disney characters, the Disney Store in Times Square offers the latest in official Disney merchandise, including Disney toys, clothes and Disney collectibles featuring everyone's favorite characters including Mickey Mouse, the Disney Princesses, Fairies and more.
Long before Audrey Hepburn gazed longingly into its gorgeous windows, Tiffany’s sold its baubles in its signature blue boxes to the world's elite, including President Abraham Lincoln. Today, the iconic jewelry emporium continues to attract the rich, famous and powerful, as well as tourists eager to gawk and spend, too.
It would be hard to miss the stunningly beautiful subterranean Apple store at 767 Fifth Avenue. A modern marvel, the soaring, 32-foot-tall glass cube beckons a tech-savvy generation of iPhone, iPad and Macbook users.