From The Concierge: Sought-After Springtime Spots

From the famed Central Park to more intimate settings, The New York Palace is steps from some of the most coveted spring attractions in NYC. Our award winning Concierge team is eager to help you prepare your spring itinerary for your next visit to NYC. Highly recommended by our dedicated concierge, Ani Bedrossian, these springtime favorites offer a wealth of opportunities for exploration.


During your spring visit to Manhattan, be sure to stop by:

Park Avenue Plaza
55 East 52nd Street
An idyllic setting for an intimate lunch, Park Avenue Plaza offers an inviting ambience marked by huge indoor waterfalls, seating area and Starbucks.

Greenacres Park
East 51st Street
Drown out the traffic and street noise in a beautiful and centrally located park that showcases a 25-foot waterfall, making it an ideal place to relax.

The Trump Tower
725 Fifth Avenue
Elegantly-adorned and famed for its wall-to-wall marble, Trump Tower allows visitors a chance to explore where “The Apprentice” was filmed while enjoying one of its many eateries.

McGraw-Hill Park
Sixth Avenue between 48th and 49th Streets
Make your way through a tunnel of Plexiglas as you make your way through a waterfall that plunges, pours and splashes around you.

Bank of America Tower (Urban Garden Room)
115 West 42nd Street
Nestled near Bryant Park and Times Square lies an indoor urban garden that boasts sculptural, leafy and open walls, making the Urban Garden Room an ideal setting for people watching.

Marked by a central location in Midtown Manhattan, our luxury property enables you to get out and explore, so you can make the most of spring in New York City. From enchanting outdoor parks to quaint cafes, Manhattan is marked by a premier destination for spring vacations. During your visit, be sure not to miss out on these sought-after events:

• “The New York Spring Spectacular” at Radio City Music Hall

• Macy’s flower show, “Art in Bloom”

• MoMA’s Sculpture Garden, “The Abbey Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden”

Shakespeare in the Park


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