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Exploring New York will certainly take a few days. Walk nonstop through its streets, explore every nook and cranny, recharge your batteries at its restaurants and food shops, check out the museums, go see a Broadway show… We could go on and on, but we won’t keep you any longer. So put on some comfortable shoes, because at Room Mate Hotels, we’ll give you many reasons to visit this city.

Have we sparked your interest? If so, stay at Room Mate Grace and take a bite out of the Big Apple.

Hotel Room Mate Grace in New York

Room Mate Grace

125 west 45th Street

Room Mate Grace, one of our designer hotels, located in Times Square, right in the heart of Manhattan. Enjoy New York City with the best design, a heated pool, pool bar, lounge, and breakfast until noon. The best way to experience a city is to explore its streets and discover its charm. Take a bite out of the Big Apple and we’ll take care of the rest. Welcome to New York!

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  • Times Square

    Central Park

    Without a doubt, the green lung of Manhattan. You can hit the pavement for many miles, but as soon as you reach Central Park, you’ll realize that you can also cover a lot of ground over its lush, green grass. Nature, tranquility, lakes, and monuments. We suggest renting a bike to discover every corner, and if the sun is shining, there’s nothing better than a picnic as you enjoy the best views and gaze at the skyscrapers surrounding it.

  • Chelsea Market

    Chelsea Market

    Where should we have lunch today? It doesn't matter if one of you wants a hamburger and the other one prefers tacos or just dessert. Chelsea Market makes it easy to keep the peace. All types of cuisines are available under a single roof, with small stands and seating areas for you to enjoy your meal. You can choose whatever your heart desires. There is also an exhibit area as well as stands where artisanal products are sold. Are you going to miss out?

  • The Highline

    The Highline

    The Meatpacking District, as the name indicates, was historically home to New York’s slaughterhouses and packing plants. A railroad line ran through the neighborhood, connecting Manhattan with the city’s main ports. These elevated freight rail lines were abandoned, and the city government decided to restore and transform them into a park. Thanks to their height, they offer incredible views of the city. You must check it out. You’ll absolutely love it!

  • Times Square

    Times Square

    For it to sink in that you’re actually in New York, you need to find yourself surrounded by the thousands of screens and lights that make up Times Square. This is the central point of the city, and also the most chaotic. Right around the corner is Broadway, where you can choose from an array of musicals or shop until 2:00 a.m. Care for a piece of advice? Don’t eat in this area. It’s very touristy and expensive, so head a few blocks down to grab a bite.

  • Brooklyn Promenade

    Brooklyn Promenade

    The best views of the New York skyline can be found in Brooklyn. Here’s an idea. Take a relaxing stroll along the promenade along the Hudson and enjoy the amazing views. The best time to go is when the sun is setting. There are also tables where locals go to chat, eat and drink, or even play chess. Once you've reached the end of the promenade, it's time to cross the city’s most famous and beautiful bridge—the Brooklyn Bridge. You’ll go crazy taking photos.

  • Meatpack District

    Meatpacking District

    This neighborhood used to house over 250 slaughterhouses and packing plants. All the goods were transferred from the neighborhood to the multiple ports via the railroad line that is now the High Line park. All the industrial warehouses and buildings have been restored and transformed into art galleries, restaurants, businesses, and homes, which are a favorite with modern residents. It’s currently one of New York’s most fashionable neighborhoods, with an alternative and picturesque atmosphere, so be sure to go!

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