Hotel in NYC | NYC Events FAQ’s
Park Lane Hotel is a Hotel in NYC located near all of the top NYC Events and close to great NYC Shopping.
Read some of the most frequently asked questions about NYC Events that are asked by guests at our Hotel in NYC. Still have questions? Feel free to contact the helpful concierge team at our Central Park Hotel.
Q: What are some NYC Events that I should attend when I visit New York during the fall?
A: Fall is an exciting time to visit New York City. In addition to the beautiful scenery, New York visitors can attend NYC Events like the DUMBO Arts Festival, the Metropolitan Opera Fall Season, the Village Halloween Parade, Comic-Con, the Columbus Day Parade, and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Q: NYC Events: We’re planning a winter trip to New York. What NYC Events should I make sure I attend?
A: If you can schedule your visit to New York City to correspond with any of the following winter NYC Events during the wintertime, you’ll surely have an exciting trip to New York City:
The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, Ice-skating in Central Park (Central Park is right outside of our front doors), a performance of The Nutcracker, the Holiday Shops in New York, New Year’s Eve in Times Square, and the Three Kings Day Parade.
Q: NYC Shopping: Is there any place to Shop in New York for great discount items and deals in New York?
A: Yes! While New York is famous for its high-end shopping, you can find many discount Shops in New York and outlet Shopping in NYC. Times Square, which is just about 10 blocks from Park Lane Hotel – An NYC Hotel, is a great place for discount NYC Shopping. Also, visit Century 21 (22 Cortlandt Street, New York, NY Tel: 212-227-9092) for great bargains on designer clothing.
Q: Visiting New York: What should I look for when I’m searching for a Hotel in NYC?
A: Most visitors to New York want a Hotel in NYC that is close to NYC Shopping, NYC Restaurants, New York City Landmarks, top NYC Events, and the most popular Attractions in New York.
Park Lane Hotel – An NYC Hotel is a centrally-located Hotel in NYC close to all of the top Things to do in New York City. In addition, our Hotel in NYC offers comfortable NYC Accommodations for business and leisure travel.
Q: Besides Central Park, what is there to do around your Hotel in NYC?
A: Of course, Central Park is the closest NYC Attraction to Park Lane Hotel – An NYC Hotel. Other exciting Things to do in New York near our Hotel in NYC include visiting Times Square (the Crossroads of the World) at 42nd Street and Broadway, walking to NYC Shopping on 5th and Madison Avenues, attending NYC Events at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, and visiting top NYC Landmarks like Rockefeller Center and Grand Central Terminal.
Q: NYC Events: I am traveling to New York during the summer. What are the must-see NYC Events during July, August, and September?
A: If you’re visiting New York City during the summer, you’ll want to attend the Macy’s Fourth of July Spectacular, Harlem Week, the Lincoln Center Festival, Summer Streets, the New York Film Festival, and the Richmond County Fair. After check-in at our Hotel in NYC, come visit our Concierge Team. They are always happy to help you get to top NYC Events, NYC Shopping destinations, NYC Restaurants, and more.
Q: NYC Shopping: What famous New York Shops can I walk to from Park Lane Hotel – An NYC Hotel?
A: There is definitely some fabulous NYC Shopping near our Hotel in NYC. When you stay at Park Lane Hotel – An NYC Hotel, you can walk to all the New York Shops on 5th and Madison Avenues like Saks Fifth Avenue, Barney’s, FAO Schwartz, Macy’s, Tiffany’s, Lord & Taylor, and more. Some of our Hotel Guests like to walk to the Shops at Columbus Circle and even Times Square Shops.
Q: Hotel in NYC: How close is Park Lane Hotel – An NYC Hotel to where the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop festivities take place?
A: The famous Ball Drop in Times Square is one of the most exciting NYC Events of the year, and luckily it takes place just about 10 blocks from Park Lane Hotel – An NYC Hotel. The Ball is lowered on the roof of One Times Square, and an estimated 1 million people gather in the streets of Times Square to watch the annual festivities.