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Your NYC Summer

Published: May 25th, 2021
New York is definitely the place to be this summer!  Here are some great new places to visit and some classic NYC spots that never get old!

 Little Island Park Little Island, a new, free public park pier within the larger Hudson River Park, opened to the public on May 21, 2021, providing New Yorkers and visitors from around the world with a unique green space unlike any other in New York City. Beginning in June, Little Island will host a season of programming to foster and support New York City-based artists. The majority of events will be free, and ticketed events will be primarily free or low-cost. There will be performances and educational programming six days a week, with offerings from music, dance, circus, spoken word and more.


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Seaglass Carousel:  SeaGlass is a magical, aquarium–themed carousel like no other. It is an immersive experience of movement, music, and light. Riders sit inside one of 30 monumental fish becoming both the performers and the audience. It is a spectacular convergence of art and entertainment.

Governors Island:  The perfect summer day trip!  Governors Island is an extraordinary and unique destination for transformative public art, unforgettable events, cultural and educational programming, and recreational activities for all ages. Each season, Governors Island hosts nearly 100 programs, exhibitions and activities.


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Seaport District Another great day trip for warm summer day, the Seaport District is a historical neighborhood near the financial district.  You can visit the South Seaport Museum, stroll through Fulton Market and dine at some of the best restaurants in the city!

Brookfield Place Shops and Restaurants:  Brookfield Place is the height of luxury shopping, dining and cultural arts in downtown Manhattan. Best-in-class dining options include Hudson Eats, a collection of 14 chef-driven eateries; Le District, a 30,000-square-foot French-inspired marketplace; and eight signature restaurants including Del Frisco’s Grille and Parm.

New York is waiting for you!  Book your summer getaway today!    Stay at any 4 of our NYC hotels, including Library HotelCasablanca HotelHotel Elysée, and Hotel Giraffe.