Explore the City that Never Sleeps from your home base at our hotel! Ideally situated in Midtown Manhattan, Salisbury Hotel places some of the city’s best-known landmarks and attractions right at your fingertips – from Central Park and Carnegie Hall to incredible shopping and delicious dining.
If you’re a classical music enthusiast, you can’t afford to miss visiting this legendary concert hall, which hosts approximately 200 performances a year
Fifth Avenue Shopping
If you’re a classical music enthusiast, you can’t afford to miss visiting this Indulge in a bit of retail therapy – or simply window shop – on this famous thoroughfare, which features everything from flagship department stores to one-of-a-kind boutiques.legendary concert hall, which hosts approximately 200 performances a year
Our hotel places you just steps from one of the world’s most iconic open spaces. Central Park boasts 840 acres of lakes, trees, flowers and walking tracks, as well as a zoo and much more. Bird watch, attend a concert or simply relax and soak up the sunshine on a warm day.
Time Warner center
The Time Warner Center is to both commercial and residential tenants, as well as an upscale shopping mall and even a Whole Foods Market.
Rockefeller Center spans several blocks and is composed of two large complexes featuring many internal buildings. Some of these buildings will be familiar to you – 30 Rockefeller Plaza (also known as “30 Rock”), for example. Top attractions include skating at Rockefeller Center rink, the Channel Gardens and the Top of the Rock Observation Deck.
radio center music hall
Part of the Rockefeller Center complex, Radio City Music Hall has been a fixture on the NYC landscape since opening in 1933. It’s home to the Rockettes and their celebrated Radio City Christmas Spectacular
lincoln center for the performing arts
With 30 venues, including the stunning 3,900-seat Metropolitan Opera House, this 16-acre complex is one of Manhattan’s most noteworthy cultural attractions. The Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet, and New York Philharmonic all call the Lincoln Center home.
times square & theater district
Times Square has been referred to as the “Center of the Universe”, and the nickname is apt; it’s visited by 50 million people a year, and is easily one of the world’s most recognizable attractions. Stop by here to shop, dine, drink and catch a Broadway show.
museum of modern art
MoMA, as it’s commonly known, houses one of the world’s most significant modern art collections, with works by Lichtenstein, Picasso and Monet (among many others). Attend a lecture or visit the on-site store while you’re here.
American museum of natural history
Discover a world of learning in one of the planet’s biggest museums. The AMNH is over two million square feet in size, and includes 27 interconnected buildings, with collections regarding biodiversity, the solar system, human evolution and more.