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Experience the Energy of NYC at our Lower Manhattan Hotel

Immersed in the energy and culture of Lower Manhattan, Wyndham Garden Chinatown is a modern destination in the middle of everything NYC. The perfect starting point for business travel or adventure, we're minutes from exciting attractions, shopping, dining, and entertainment. Explore the colorful shops, restaurants and landmarks of Chinatown or stroll through the dynamic neighborhoods of Tribeca and Little Italy.
Discover the city from above at the Top of the Rock or Empire State Building. Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art or New Museum, take an architectural tour of the Lower East Side, or wander through Central Park. Shop for luxury brands on 5th Avenue or browse the boutiques in trendy SoHo. See a show on Broadway, see the dazzling lights of Times Square or take the ferry to the Statue of Liberty. There's so much to do in NYC and it's all within reach at our Manhattan hotel.
LES - Lower East Side

LES - Lower East Side

The Lower East Side (LES), one of the oldest New York neighborhoods, has long been a working class neighborhood with an ethnically diverse population. Over the years, the neighborhood has evolved into one of NYC's most popular nightlife destinations. The LES also features a wide variety of shopping and dining venues. The neighborhood's mixture of popular attractions and rich history is what makes the LES worth visiting during your New York City stay.


  • Lower East Side Tenement Museum (108 Orchard St) - This National Historic site focuses on America's urban immigrant history.
  • International Center of Photography Museum (ICP)-(250 Bowery)Explore the legacy of photographyand the possibilities of its future through dynamic exhibitions.
  • The New Museum - (235 Bowery) Founded in 1977, the New Museum is a leading destination for new art and new ideas. It is Manhattan's only contemporary art museum dedicated to presenting contemporary art from around the world.


  • Essex Street Market (120 Essex St) - This historic culinary destination opened in the early 20th century after Mayor LaGuardia decided that the city streets were too crowded with pushcart vendors, so he moved them inside.
  • Economy Candy (108 Rivington St) - This historic shop has been satisfying New York sweet tooths by keeping the shelves stocked from floor to ceiling with all sorts of candy, nuts, etc.

Local Favorites for Dining:

  • The Back Room: (102 Norfolk St.) This historic hideaway is one of only two New York City speakeasies that opened during Prohibition and still operating today.Enjoy cocktails in teacups and beer in paper bags.
  • Katz's Delicatessen (205 E Houston) Each week thousands of visitors from around the world flock to Katz's to dine in this legendary deli, and to feast on the most delectable sandwiches, platters and meats. But it's really New Yorkers have made Katz's Delicatessen what it is, making Katz's an inherent part of the city's culture and history.
  • Hair of the Dog(168 Orchard) In October 2012 the historic Lower East Side welcomed Hair of the Dog to the corner of Orchard and Stanton Streets. The kitchen and bar are open daily from 11:30am-4am serving up stellar pub grub and offering drink specials every night of the week.
  • One Mile House(10 Delancey) Vintage-inspired taproom & gastropub serving small plates with whiskeys & a rotating beer list.Try the grilled cheese Mac and Cheese.
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Soho- South of Houston

SoHo (SOuth of HOuston) is a New York City neighborhood known for its wide variety of shops featuring everything from unique boutiques to international chain stores. The neighborhood was originally known for its many artists' lofts and galleries and its impressive collection of cast-iron buildings which are on the National Register of Historic Places.


SoHo is a shopaholic's dream, featuring an eclectic array of shops where you can find anything from upscale designer fashions to inexpensive boutique finds.

Local Favorites for Dining:

  • Balthazar (80 Spring St) - This renowned French brasserie has been serving up traditional French fare since 1997. The most popular dish is Steak Frites.
  • SoHo Park (62 Prince St) - This casual, outdoor spot features a patio and serves up traditional favorites like burgers, hot dogs, and fries. 
  • Dominique Ansel Bakery (189 Spring Street) - Famed pastry chef Dominique Ansel drawslines around the block to his namesake bakery where you can find one-of-a-kind confectionary creations plus classic French pastries.
  • Delicatessen (54 Prince Street) - Enjoy international comfort food with a twist at Delicatessen. This family-friendly spot is the perfect place for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night bites.
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Chinatown NYC is one of the world's oldest and largest Chinatowns outside of Asia. Browse through street markets, shops, and a number of cultural landmarks. Enjoy Chinese cuisine plus Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese eateries.

Some local favorites:

  • Wo Hop (17 Mott St) - This cash-only Cantonese restaurant is a neighborhood staple that serves delicious food and won't break the bank.
  • Chinatown Ice Cream Factory (65 Bayard St) - One of Chinatown's oldest businesses, this ice cream shop is known for both traditional and exotic flavors.
  • Joe's Shanghai (9 Pell St) - One of the city's most beloved restaurants, best known for its delicious dumplings.
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FiDi (Financial District & Wall St.)

The Financial District (FiDi) is a bustling neighborhood at the southern tip of Manhattan, home to many of New York's major financial institutions. The neighborhood features a number of cultural landmarks, as well as some of the nation's tallest buildings.
  • One World Observatory NYC (285 Fulton St)- New York's newest tourist attraction is also one of the world's tallest building and features views of the city from the 100th, 101st, and 102nd floors.
  • NYC Police Museum(45 Wall St)- 100 Old Slip. Mock jail cell, vintage weaponry, 9/11 exhibit, take a mug shot.
  • 9-11Memorial Museum & Memorial, Memorial Tours (180 Greenwich St) - Whether you self-explore or take a tour, the 9/11 memorial is an experience unlike any other. 

Additional Museums

  • Fraunces Tavern (54 Pearl St) - Established in 1907, Fraunces Tavern has been a private residence, hotel and tavern. The museum will take you back in time as you explore the oldest standing structure in Manhattan. 
  • Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (One Bowling Green) - Open 10am-5pm daily, the museum features both permanent and temporary exhibitions plus other public programs. 
  • South Street Seaport (19 Fulton St) - This 11-block historic district features a variety of restaurants, shops, and offers great views of the East River and the iconic Brooklyn Bridge.
  • TKTS booth 1 Seaport Plaza (192 Front Street) -Purchase half-price Broadway tickets with half the crowds that normally frequent the Times Square location.

Local Favorites for Dining:

  • Mad Dog & Beans (83 Pearl Street) - Mexican cuisine, serving up the best fresh guacamole!
  • Ulysses Folk House (95 Pearl Street) - Known for great beers on tap and Carvery!
  • Fraunces Tavern (54 Pearl Street ) - Stop by for brunch, lunch, or dinner at this historic tavern that has been operating since 1762.
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Little Italy

Little Italy New York is a cultural landmark, featuring some of the city's best Italian restaurants and a variety of shops where you can purchase traditional food, gifts, clothing, and more.

Things to Do

  • DiPalo's Fine Foods (200 Grand St) -A family-owned market featuring Italian imports plus fresh, homemade mozzarella.
  • Old St. Patrick's Church (263 Mulberry St) - This historic landmark broke ground in 1809 and dedicated in 1815. Savvy film buffs will recognize it from the Godfather in the Baptism scene.
  • NYC Police Headquarters Building (240 Centre St) - This stunning white building topped by a copper dome, served as police headquarters until 1973 and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Local Favorites for Dining:

  • Da Gennaro (129 Mulberry St.) Known for the Penne All Gennaro and Pasta Fagioli this traditional Italian eatery offers indoor/outdoor seating with the best garlic & oil bread dipping sauce.
  • Il Piccolo Bufalo (141 Mulberry Street)- A traditional Italian restaurant featuring classic Neapolitan dishes and an outdoor patio. This restaurant is known for their risotto rice balls.
  • Vincent's (119 Mott St) - 100+ year-old institution. Tomato sauce comes 3 ways: sweet, medium, and hot. Baked clams and fried calamari are recommended.
  • Ferrara's Bakery (195 Grand Street)- Baker and importer of over 200 superb Italian specialties, Ferrara dates its origins to 1892 when Café Ferrara first opened its doors in New York City's Little Italy for opera lovers seeking likeminded company and refreshment.
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Williamsburg / Brookyln

Williamsburg is a hip neighborhood in Brooklyn that draws the young and the fashionable to its chic boutiques, trendy cafes and buzzy restaurants. Street art brightens residential thoroughfares and repurposed factories, while the waterfront provides stunning views of Manhattan and seasonal venues for outdoor concerts and food markets.

Things to Do

  • McCarren Park (N. 12 St., Lorimer St., Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn) - McCarren Park is the site of endless games of kickball, soccer, baseball, bocce, handball, basketball, football, and tennis, not to mention running meets and playground antics. McCarren Park is home to the McCarren Park Pool, Concerts, Ice Skating, Local Vendors and Outdoor Markets.
  • Williamsburg Bridge - On a nice day, The Williamsburg Briday is a great way to get from the Lower East Side of Manhattan to South Williamsburg.

Local Favorites for Dining:

  • Peter Lugers (178 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY) One of the most iconic restaurants in New York City is Peter Luger Steak House, and it's also one with a particularly extreme following.  Fans of the sizzling signature porterhouse are known to arrive at the restaurant with their suitcases right from the airport, and it's still one of the toughest tables to nab in town.
  • Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, NY)- Brooklyn Bowel is a music venue, bowling alley and restaurant in the Williamsburg neighborhood of BrooklynNew York. It is known for its high-tech green construction and variety of musical acts. In 2013 Rolling Stone named Brooklyn Bowl the 20th best music club in America
  • Brooklyn Brewery (79 N 11th St. Brooklyn, NY) - If you're planning a trip to New York City, make sure The Brooklyn Brewery is a stop on your schedule. Come down for a beer, hang out with our staff, attend an event, take a tour, and have a look around where some of the world's best beer is brewed.
  • Patrizia's of Brooklyn (35 Broadway Brooklyn, NY)- Patrizia's has been a family owned establishment for over 25 years.  Our family is involved in every aspect of the day to day activities to make sure that your dining experience at Patrizia's is always great.  As with Italian tradition, every single customer is treated like family.  Each dish is prepared with fresh organic ingredients that use the family's recipes dating back over 150 years.
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