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112 West 25th Street · New York, New York 10001 USA

Chelsea Destination Guide

The Renaissance Chelsea Hotel's prime location makes it easily accessible to all these exciting attractions.  Whatever may bring you to NYC, our neighborhood hotel is just a hop-skip-and-a-jump from the excitement of this world class city.



Javits Center

New York City's premiere convention center is minutes from our hotel. Enjoy convenient access via subway, taxi or walk The High Line. If a convention or trade show is bringing you to NYC, the Renaissance Chelsea Hotel is the perfect location for your overnight accommodations.

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Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards
New York City's much anticipated new Live, Work, Shop, Dine and Play community is the largest development in NYC since Rockefeller Center. Featuring 100 shops, including New York's first Niemen Marcus, over 14 acres of outdoor public space, three dynamic parks, a collection of restaurants and unique discoveries like The Vessel; this is a destination you won't want to miss on the new West Side.

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The Vessel
New York City's newest public landmark is located at Hudson Yards. Experience this unique interactive, honeycomb-like staircase by climbing nearly 2,500 steps and enjoying extraordinary views of the city from its 80 landings. 

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Empire State Building

No trip to NYC is complete without a visit to the top of the Empire State Building. From one of the world's most famous skyscrapers, you can enjoy views from two observation decks - one on the 86th floor and the other on the 102nd floor. On a clear day, you can see New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts. 

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Penn Station

Penn Station, one of the busiest rail hubs in the world, is located on the edge of Midtown Manhattan, inside Pennsylvania Plaza between Seventh and Eighth Avenues and near our hotel in Chelsea. Serving Amtrak, the New York City subway system, New Jersey Transit and the Long Island Railroad, Penn Station was originally built in 1910 and has been remodeled several times. Commuters from New York City, Long Island and New Jersey use the station daily.

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Madison Square Garden

Our hotel is perfectly located near Madison Square Garden. Take in one of the many events with a simple walk to and from your room. Perhaps the most famous sports arena in the world, The Garden, is perched above Penn Station and is not only home to New York basketball and ice hockey teams but is also a favorite spot for college basketball tournaments, professional boxing, mixed martial arts and wrestling. Non-sports fans, however, know Madison Square Garden as the best spot in town for countless concerts. 

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Times Square

The Crossroads of The World is where Broadway meets 7th Avenue in the heart of Times Square. Just minutes from our hotel, the vibrancy of Times Square is easily accessible and always full of fun. Catch a Broadway show, see the ball drop on New Year's Eve, watch a live taping of Good Morning America, dine at a famous delicatessen, or simply enjoy the sights and sounds of this famous district. There is always action and excitement in Times Square.

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Macy's Herald Square

Macy's Herald Square is the flagship store for the department store chain. "America's Largest Department Store" covers an entire city block with 11 levels of the latest fashions for you and your home. Macy's offers a full-service Visitor Center on the Mezzanine Level, plus restaurants throughout the store and exciting events almost every day.


Meatpacking District

Bordering Chelsea to the south is this eclectic neighborhood that offers a wide range of restaurant and nightlife venues.  The Meatpacking District is also home to the Whitney Museum.

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