Located conveniently in Midtown Manhattan, the heart of the city, the Courtyard Marriott Manhattan Times Square West hotel puts you close to some of New York’s most iconic landmarks and New York tourist attractions including Times Square, Hudson Yards, the New York Theater and Museum Districts, Columbus Circle, Central Park, Chelsea Market and many more. All of these great things to do in Manhattan are a short walk or cab right from your hotel room. Guests traveling to New York City by train will find our hotel conveniently located just minutes away from Penn Station.
Catch a Broadway show, take a horse-drawn carriage ride through Central Park, see the city from the top of the Empire State Building, dine like a celebrity at one of New York’s famous restaurants or shop the stores of Fifth Avenue — be a part of it all at Courtyard by Marriott Hotel Manhattan Times Square West.
Want to get away from the big tourist attractions in New York City? Explore the city like a local and discover many more things to see in New York City. Here are some of our top recommendations for exploring the city like a local:
Do Sunday Brunch
Discover New York City Street Art
Attend a Food Event
Located just 0.5 miles from our hotel, Times Square is the center of shopping, dining, broadway, music, comedy, museums, nightlife and much more! From Broadway to the New Years Eve Ball drop, the array of things to do is limitless.
Located 4.6 miles from our hotel, the Statue of Liberty is the icon of New York City. The 93m tall neoclassical sculpture of Liberty Island is visited by many and is a universally recognized landmark worldwide. Take a ferry to Liberty Island and remember the must see NYC attraction.
Located in Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall is an entertainment venue and a leading tourist destination. With some of the biggest name sin music playing here, Radio City is easily accessed from our hotel.
Known to most as the center of the largest outdoor Christmas tree and to others as the commercial center of the Big Apple, Rockefeller Center is a mere 10-minute walk from our hotel. Rockefeller also has the second most popular city observation deck, second to the empire state building.
Just 1.3 miles from our hotel doors, the Cathedral of St. Patrick is a world-famous Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral church located in Midtown, Manhattan. Plenty of Catholics and non-Catholics alike come to visit the landmark during their New York City stay.
Freedom Tower, or One World Trade Center is the main building on the rebuilt World Trade Center site. Located in Lower Manhattan and just 3.3 miles from our Manhattan hotel, guests visit the memorial to pay their respects and reflect on the September 11th tragedy.
Just 0.6 miles away, The Empire State Building is the at the heart of New York City. Built in 1930, this historic building is the center of tristate’s broadcast operations. Visitors flock to the building’s observation deck to get the best view of the city.
Nearly a 5-minute walk from ur front doors, Madison Square Garden (also called “MSG” or “The Garden”) is Manhattan’s center for entertainment. From large concerts to national level sports, Madison Square Garden sees hundreds of thousands of people annually.
Just a short walk from the hotel is the new Hudson Yards development, with over 100 shops, 14 acres of public space, parks and plazas and over 18 million square feet of commercial and residential space.
Barclays Center is a popular place of New York City sports and entertainment. Located in Pacific Park, Barclays hosts the New York Islanders and Brooklyn Nets games. Big name artists like The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Justin Timberlake, Kanye West and Green Day have played here.
The family-friendly Botanic Garden is located south of Manhattan in Brooklyn. Known for it’s Japanese Cherry Blossom, the 52-acre park is a must see site, especially in the spring!
Located in a The Bronx, a northern borough of NYC, The Bronx Zoo is the largest Zoo in the USA and one of the largest in the entire world. It is worth the 1-hour drive to see some of the most exotic animals known to man!