New York City
Not what you're looking for? See All States
This historic hotel commissioned by William Randolph Hearst places guests within walking distance of famed Manhattan landmarks
Commissioned by media magnate William Randolph Hearst, the Warwick New York has been welcoming travelers in the cosmopolitan heart of Midtown Manhattan since the 1920s. Today, many opt for stays in premier rooms and suites, many of which boast views of iconic New York landmarks such as the Avenue of the Americas.
Though it’s a stone’s throw from top attractions such as Central Park, Broadway, and Radio City Music Hall, Midtown West can feel a little grittier and less developed than some of the surrounding NYC neighborhoods. Stretching roughly from 59th to 29th Street and the Hudson River to 8th Avenue (though some say it continues as far east as Madison Avenue), Midtown West lacks the chain restaurants of Times Square and the large department stores of 5th Avenue. Instead, you can find neighborhood markets, cafes, and walk-up row houses.
Midtown West is also known as Hell’s Kitchen, a nod to the numerous restaurants that serve everything from Asian street food to fine French cuisine. The neighborhood’s eateries and bars are especially concentrated along 9th and 10th Avenues, and it’s easy to walk between them all.
Over 0 bought! Buy Yours Now »
4-Star Midtown Manhattan Hotel
This top-secret 4-star hotel is within walking distance of Fountain Square, the Contemporary Arts Center, and Great American Ball Park
When you book a top-secret hotel, you’re guaranteed a name-brand property with a rating of 3 stars or higher in the neighborhood we specify. We’ll let you know the name and exact address of your top-secret hotel after you purchase the deal: Look in the redemption instructions for this deal, found in your account and on your email confirmation.
Less than a block from Fountain Square, this top-secret 4-star hotel offers comfort and luxury in the heart of downtown. The hotel is only a short walk from some of Cincinnati’s most popular attractions—the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and the Contemporary Arts Center, to name a few. But once you return back to the hotel, you can embrace the 4-star luxury with a meal at the onsite seafood restaurant or an early evening, watching flicks on HBO, cozied up in a plush robe on a sumptuous bed.
Cincinnati is positioned in the southwest corner of the state near the Kentucky border and on the banks of the Ohio River. Cincinnati grew rapidly as a port city in the early 19th century, when it was crowded with steamboats and riverboats; today, it’s still possible to ride an old-fashioned riverboat to scope out the city’s skyline.
Farther downtown, Fountain Square sits in the nucleus of Cincinnati’s cultural attractions. Walk one direction and you’ll find Cincinnati Museum Center, which is housed in a historical train station and features a popular exhibit on Pompeii, the ancient Italian city where many residents were preserved in volcanic ash. It’s also worthwhile to visit one of many nearby chili parlors to try out the city’s famous recipe, a sauce-like version that typically includes seasonings such as cinnamon and cloves.
4* Top-Secret Cincinnati Hotel