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Moxy NYC Chelsea

105 West 28th Street · New York, New York 10001 USA

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Go ahead and break the rules, because that's what we've done when it comes to providing a place to stay in NYC. Truly the Flower District's new secret garden, our hotel revels in creative style and contemporary design. Come see for yourself and discover Moxy Chelsea and more.


The Flower District's new secret garden

Chelsea is one of New York's most iconic ‘hoods, brimming with galleries, bars and restaurants so there's always something fun going on. Just steps from landmarks such as The High Line, Madison Square Park, Flatiron Building, Hudson Yards, the Flower District and more. Moxy New York City Chelsea is engulfed by classic sightseeing, contemporary events and a surplus of things to do to satisfy the need for fun.

Simply put, Chelsea is Manhattan's art district. You can spend days here wandering galleries that show work from established and emerging artists. The High Line - a park built on an abandoned elevated railroad track - is a work of art in its own right, as are some of the area's fashionable shops. After feasting your eyes, go restaurant hopping or visit Chelsea Market, where food and shopping go hand-in-hand. Then head out to the neighborhood's famous nightclubs and buzzing bars or watch future Saturday Night Live stars perform at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.

Activities and Attractions

Madison Square Park: This urban sanctuary is an oasis of greenery, lawns and trails. Encompassing nearly seven acres, the park is nestled in the heart of Flatiron and Nomad. Filled with art, gardens and a fountain, there's always something going on at the park, located between Fifth and Madison Avenues between 23rd and 26th Streets. 0.4 miles southeast.

Empire State Building: This iconic 102-story skyscraper offers sights of New York City from a most spectacular viewpoint. Open year-round and located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. 0.5 miles northeast.

Chelsea Market: Occupying what was once home to the National Biscuit Company, Chelsea Market is a neighborhood market with a global perspective. Situated in the Meat packing District, this market has quickly become one of the greatest indoor food halls in the world. 1.2 miles southwest.

Flatiron Building: Explore this unique National Historic Landmark which occupies a triangular block in the heart of Manhattan. Completed in 1902 the 20-story building was one of the tallest buildings in the city, with an additional floor added in 1905. 0.5 miles southeast.

Flower District: Just a few steps away are shops bustling with plant wholesalers and retailers, seemingly turning the sidewalks into a jungle of blooms, greenery and supplies. For just over a block, you'll find vibrant smells, beautiful fresh-cut flowers, giant shrubs and tropical foliage as a centuries-old tradition continues along Manhattan's West 28th Street. 0.1 miles west.

The High Line: Built on a historic, elevated freight line which once was the lifeline of supply to New York City, this unique public destination is an inspiring green space filled with gardens, artworks and new experiences. The High Line has become a world renowned inspiration for how cities can transform industrial infrastructure into beautiful public spaces. 0.7 miles west.

Eataly: Stop by to discover the taste of Italy. From fiestas and pasta to cheese and wine tastings, lunch and pizza making classes, there's always something good to eat, great shopping and fun things going on at Eataly. 0.4 miles southeast.

Hudson Yards: A private redevelopment neighborhood on Manhattan's West Side and home to the Javits Center and Hudson River Park. Soon to launch a retail shopping experience to include New York's first and only Neiman Marcus along with other renowned brands. 1 mile west.

Madison Square Garden: Unforgettable events happen at The Garden as this leading venue for live sports and entertainment maintains a full calendar of events, ranging from world-class concerts, family sporting events and more. 0.4 miles northwest.

Penn Station: Experience it, just to say you did, or jump on to another destination, from this main inter city railroad station, New York City is yours. 0.4 miles northwest.

Bryant Park: There is always something to do in Bryant Park. Relax in the green space and seasonal gardens or participate in classes and activities, games and social events - it's all going on here. Year-round programming is free to everyone and the park also offers shopping, food kiosks and holiday events. 1 mile north.

Jacob K. Javits Center: The busiest convention center in the country, there's always something going on here. Boasting more than 760,000 square feet of exhibition space along the scenic Hudson River and in the heart of Manhattan's resurgent West Side neighborhood, this is where it's happening. 1.6 miles northwest.

Chelsea Piers: The place to play in Manhattan. Featuring all levels of learning and competition for more than 25 sports and a world-class health club, these piers are a popular destination for all ages. From the field house and bowling alley to Maritime Center cruises and summer camps, there's fun inside and out. 0.4 southwest.


Moxy New York City Chelsea is centrally located at:

105 West 28th Street,

New York, New York 10001 USA


  • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), 16.3 miles
  • LaGuardia Airport (LGA), 9.5 miles
  • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), 17.6 miles

Nearby Subway stations include:

  • 28th Street Station at Broadway
  • 28th Street Station at 7th Avenue

Taxi, Uber, Lyft, Town Cars available


Area Sightseeing

Sightseeing adventures include:

Spirit of New York Cruise Agency

Classic Harbor Line New York Boat Tour Agency

Chelsea Piers

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