Discover the arts, shopping and sights of New York
Located in Midtown Manhattan within walking distance of Times Square and Broadway, Cassa Hotel NY 45th Street offers easy access to some of New York’s most famous things to do. See the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall, admire works by Picasso at The Museum of Modern Art, and complete your day by taking in the panoramic views from the Empire State Building. If you’re passionate about New York fashion, you can stroll down Fifth Avenue or visit the Macy’s in Herald Square. To wind down from the city’s hectic pace, play a game of chess or watch the jugglers in Bryant Park, located less than a quarter of a mile from our boutique hotel.
Arts and culture:
- Broadway (0.3 miles)
See a breathtaking musical or a thought-provoking play in America’s most famous theater district.
- Radio City Music Hall (0.3 miles)
Known as the home of the Rockettes, Radio City hosts the unforgettable Christmas Spectacular each winter but also features exciting events all year long, including concerts and stand-up comedy performances.
Phone: +1 (212) 465-6225
- NBC Studios (0.4 miles)
The NBC Studios tour allows you to witness the filming of hit shows like Saturday Night Live and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon while getting a behind-the-scenes glimpse at a working TV studio.
Phone: +1 (212) 664-3700
- The Museum of Modern Art (0.5 miles)
Admire works by Magritte, Picasso, Warhol and Lichtenstein at this renowned museum, which features almost 200,000 modern and contemporary pieces.
Phone: +1 (212) 708-9400
- Carnegie Hall (0.8 miles)
This iconic venue hosts classical concerts featuring world-famous performers.
Phone: +1 (212) 247-7800
- Madison Square Garden (0.9 miles)
Musicians dream of performing at this arena, which has featured the biggest names in music, such as Guns N’ Roses, Billy Joel and Andrea Bocelli. If you’re a sports fan, snag tickets to cheer on the Knicks or the Rangers.
Phone: +1 (212) 465-6225
- Lincoln Center (1.3 miles)
Experience a dazzling performance by the New York City Ballet or the Metropolitan Opera at this sprawling arts complex on the Upper West Side.
Phone: +1 (212) 721-6500
Shopping and dining:
- Times Square (0.2 miles)
No single location is more associated with New York City than Times Square. Stroll past hundreds of stores and restaurants as you gaze at the towering billboards surrounding you.
- Fifth Avenue (0.4 miles)
This famous shopping district, home to stores like Louis Vuitton, Versace and Saks Fifth Avenue, has helped make New York one of the fashion capitals of the world.
- Rockefeller Center (0.4 miles)
Take in stunning views of the city at Top of the Rock Observation Deck or indulge in a day of shopping and dining at this NYC landmark. During the holidays, you can ice-skate under the lights of the beautifully decorated Christmas tree.
Phone: +1 (212) 332-6868
- Herald Square (0.6 miles)
Best known for the Macy’s flagship store on 34th Street, Herald Square is also home to retailers like B&H Photo and Video, H&M and Sephora.
- Apple Fifth Avenue (0.9 miles)
Walk through the famous glass cube to enter Apple’s flagship store, where you can find the latest Apple technology.
Phone: +1 (212) 336-1440
- Bryant Park (0.2 miles)
Take a break from the quick pace of the city at this relaxing park, where you can play a game of chess, ride the carousel or engage in crafts at the Art Cart.
- Central Park (0.8 miles)
Spanning a full square mile, Central Park welcomes more than 25 million guests each year. Jog or stroll past the park’s famous sculptures, fountains and bridges on your way to one of the 21 playgrounds.
- The High Line (1.6 miles)
This elevated park and walking trail used to be a railroad line. Now it provides a glimpse of nature in the heart of the West Side.
- St. Patrick’s Cathedral (0.5 miles)
Attend Mass or simply take in the awe-inspiring architecture of this Neo-Gothic cathedral, one of the most recognizable Catholic churches in the U.S.
Phone: +1 (212) 753-2261
- Chrysler Building (0.6 miles)
Constructed in 1930, this Art Deco skyscraper forms an integral part of the New York City skyline.
- Grand Central Terminal (0.6 miles)
This iconic railway station was built in 1913 and declared a landmark in 1978. Still a major transportation hub, the cathedral-like building welcomes thousands of visitors arriving in the city.
- Empire State Building (0.8 miles)
The observation decks on the 86th and 102nd floors of this skyscraper provide panoramic views of New York. At night, the building lights up with colors that change in honor of holidays or in support of different causes.
- Wall Street (6.2 miles)
Stroll past the major banks and businesses of this world-famous financial district.
- Ellis Island (10.2 miles)
Once the gateway for millions of immigrants to the U.S., Ellis Island is now devoted to sharing the history of American immigration and memorializing the experiences of past and present immigrants. Take the self-guided tour to experience what the arrival process felt like for new immigrants from 1892 to 1954.
Phone: +1 (212) 561-4588