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Step outside the doors of the Park Central New York and embark on an unforgettable adventure in one of Manhattan’s most storied settings - Central Park. Stroll along the winding, wooded paths of The Ramble or go for a morning run along the Reservoir’s famous running track. A stay at our hotel immerses you directly in the heart of NYC’s backyard, surrounding you with stunning natural scenery, open fields, and historic sights. Stop by the Central Park Zoo or visit one of the many new exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. There’s no limit to the amount of things to see and do within walking distance of our New York City hotel.

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Strawberry Fields

Labeled as the “Communal Place of Peace”, this very popular location is a well known memorial for John Lennon and Beatles fans all over the world. This uniquely special place has a mosaic dedicated to the musical legend.

The Zoo

This interactive zoo is great for nature and animal enthusiasts. Just a few yards from Park Central it is worth paying a visit to while strolling through the park.

Bethesda Fountain and Terrace

This architectural beauty is a must see! Not only is this the most filmed and photographed area in Central Park, there is just something magical about this space.

Belvedere Castle

Built in the 1800’s this beautiful gothic castle has an observation deck and exhibit rooms accessible to visitors. Don’t miss the neat Turtle Pond located behind this NYC gem too!

Delecorte Theater

Since 1954 this open air theater has been home to Shakespeare in the Park and seats up to 1,800 people. Admission is free of charge so be sure to get there early if you really want to see a performance.

The Great Lawn

This expansive green lawn is 55 acres of green goodness! Located in the center of the park, this is considered to be one of the most popular lawns in the world.

Conservatory Garden

Hidden further in the park on 105th Street, this quiet oasis of of nature is beautiful all year round! It’s rather spectacular and relatively unknown to the average person visiting New York City, making it a must-see.