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Top Tips for visiting New York City

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Inspire Your Travel

Tip

No. 1

Lose yourself in the landscape of lights

from the 86th floor of the Empire State Building.

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Indulge in Some Retail Therapy

Let a personal shopper uncover your inner fashionista at Bloomingdales. Each shopper has the perfect eye for fashion, and will style, accessorize, and tailor your outfit for any big event.

JW Marriott Essex House New York

Tip

No. 2

End your day on a high note

with city views and cocktails at The Press Lounge rooftop bar.

Go

Playground in the sky

Discover NYC’s newest rooftop spot at Moxy Times Square – think urban amusement park featuring mini golf, carousel and sick views of the Empire State Building.

Moxy NYC Times Square

Tip

No. 3

Sink your teeth into a New York bagel.

Ess-A-Bagel in Midtown East is a local favorite.

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Indulge in an Original Bloody Mary

Initally dubbed the "Red Snapper," famed barman Fernand Petiot perfected the recipe for the vodka-and-tomato juice cocktail in 1934 at The St. Regis New York's King Cole Bar. More than 80 years later, this remains the signature cocktail of the St. Regis.

St. Regis Hotels & Resorts

Tip

No. 4

Pay a somber tribute to the victims of 9/11

at the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero.

Go

Get Cultured at Met Breuer

Cultivate your cultured side among the art at Met Breuer. Designed by Bauhaus-trained architect Marcel Breuer, the building was once the home of the Whitney Museum and now houses 20th and 21st-century art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's modern collection.

Feeling Artsy?

Lose yourself among the impressive exhibits at the Whitney Museum of American Art in the thriving Meatpacking District. Founded in 1930, the museum's permanent collection includes over 21,000 pieces from over 3,000 20th- and 21st-century American artists.

The Ritz Carlton Explore The Whitney Museum

Tip

No. 5

Dim sum at Nom Wah Tea Parlor in Chinatown

will tantalize your taste buds.

Go

Tip

No. 6

The High Line in Chelsea

will feel like your own urban oasis, high above the city streets.

Go

Tip

No. 1

Lose yourself in the landscape of lights

from the 86th floor of the Empire State Building.

Go

Indulge in Some Retail Therapy

Let a personal shopper uncover your inner fashionista at Bloomingdales. Each shopper has the perfect eye for fashion, and will style, accessorize, and tailor your outfit for any big event.

JW Marriott Essex House New York

Tip

No. 2

End your day on a high note

with city views and cocktails at The Press Lounge rooftop bar.

Go

Playground in the sky

Discover NYC’s newest rooftop spot at Moxy Times Square – think urban amusement park featuring mini golf, carousel and sick views of the Empire State Building.

Moxy NYC Times Square

Tip

No. 3

Sink your teeth into a New York bagel.

Ess-A-Bagel in Midtown East is a local favorite.

Go

Indulge in an Original Bloody Mary

Initally dubbed the "Red Snapper," famed barman Fernand Petiot perfected the recipe for the vodka-and-tomato juice cocktail in 1934 at The St. Regis New York's King Cole Bar. More than 80 years later, this remains the signature cocktail of the St. Regis.

St. Regis Hotels & Resorts

Tip

No. 4

Pay a somber tribute to the victims of 9/11

at the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero.

Go

Get Cultured at Met Breuer

Cultivate your cultured side among the art at Met Breuer. Designed by Bauhaus-trained architect Marcel Breuer, the building was once the home of the Whitney Museum and now houses 20th and 21st-century art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's modern collection.

Feeling Artsy?

Lose yourself among the impressive exhibits at the Whitney Museum of American Art in the thriving Meatpacking District. Founded in 1930, the museum's permanent collection includes over 21,000 pieces from over 3,000 20th- and 21st-century American artists.

The Ritz Carlton Explore The Whitney Museum

Tip

No. 5

Dim sum at Nom Wah Tea Parlor in Chinatown

will tantalize your taste buds.

Go

Tip

No. 6

The High Line in Chelsea

will feel like your own urban oasis, high above the city streets.

Go