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Midtown Manhattan is the place to be when traveling to New York City for vacation.  Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Fifth Avenue and Central Park are only a few of the most famous tourist sites to visit right in Midtown.  So when you are looking for Midtown Manhattan hotels or hotels near Central Park, be sure to check out the Manhattan Club.  

Whether you are planning a trip to New York City for two or for a family with children, the Manhattan Club has a variety of New York City Vacation packages for you to choose from.  With the theatre district only two blocks away from the Manhattan Club this Midtown Manhattan hotels offers a great New York City Vacation packages that includes luxury accommodations at a discount, breakfast and Broadway tickets to see either Lion King or Newsies at a valued price.  In addition to the ideal location of the hotel and the friendly staff, our guests also have complimentary use of our fitness center, wireless internet and business center, as well as, assistance from our ambassadors that can further assist you in planning your memorable New York City Vacation.

If you plan on staying multiple nights and take your time exploring all that New York City has to offer, The Manhattan Club also has a package that may suit your needs.  Be sure to check out what is arguably one of the most famous parks in the world, Central Park.  Central Park is a manmade wonder and a must see. As one of the hotels near Central Park, the Manhattan Club is only three blocks away from the park.  Of the 843 acres, you will find a zoo, trails to hike, bike or run, a lake to row boat in the warm weather and two ice skating rinks during the cooler months, tennis courts, historic carousel and an outdoor theatre where you will enjoy free plays.

When searching for Midtown Manhattan hotels near Central Park you will find the Manhattan Club offers some great New York City Vacation packages.  Our convenient location makes for a relaxing vacation allowing you to stop by your suite midday to rest your feet after a long day at Central Park or to regroup with friends before heading out for a Broadway play in town.  Stay in the heart of it all and feel like a real New Yorker.