Category: Public Spaces

November 06 2018

The Sacred Grandeur of St. Patrick’s Cathedral

As a guest of the Lotte New York Palace, not only will you enjoy the Old World opulence of the hotel itself, you’ll also be treated to the many vibrant and venerable cultural attractions that make Midtown Manhattan one of the world’s most iconic locations. Mere steps from the Lotte, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the largest Neo-Gothic-style house of worship on the continent, spans an entire city block, with its main entrance on 5th Avenue flanked by a pair of imposing … Read More

October 07 2018

The Rink at Rockefeller Center Plaza

One of the most iconic venues in all of Manhattan, the Rink at Rockefeller Center Plaza has appeared in countless films, television shows, and photographs, making the Rink an unmistakable symbol of wintery wonder and holiday magic. As a guest of the Lotte New York Palace, you’re just a four-minute walk away from this enchanting NYC attraction. No reservations are required to enjoy a spin on the ice. Just show up, check in, and savor a delicious meal or hot … Read More

August 12 2018

A Festival Fit for Jay Gatsby at the Annual Governors Island Jazz Age Lawn Party

Overwhelmed by the oppressive summer heat, the main characters of The Great Gatsby—Tom, Daisy, Nick, and Gatsby himself—decide to drive from Long Island into Manhattan, where they take a suite at the Plaza Hotel and order an enormous bucket of ice to cool rising temps and tempers. This August, we recommend a little adventure in the opposite direction—no, not to Long Island, but to Governors Island for the annual Jazz Age Lawn Party. Just a short ferry ride from the … Read More