Home to some of the most iconic sights in New York City, the “little borough” is all things to all people -- calm and quiet for those who’ve had their fill of the Metropolitan bustle, but lively enough for those still seeking their NYC adventure.
Of course, the first must-do while you’re in town will be the Staten Island Ferry, which provides not just direct access to Manhattan but also great views of icons like the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. And before you hop on that ferry, look right next to the terminal for more beautiful attractions. The St. George Theater, for instance, is a historical, luxurious theater house that gives tours during the day and presents shows at night you won’t want to miss.
Staten Island also prides itself on its educational sites. Take a walk through the Staten Island Zoo, and the Staten Island Museum. Visit Historic Richmond Town for some colonial flavor, or Sandy Ground, a stop on the Underground Railroad. From the Snug Harbor Cultural Center to the Tibetan Museum, opportunities for discovery are seemingly endless.
New York City is well-known for its variety of cuisine, and Staten Island keeps that reputation proudly. Taste flavors both distinctly worldly and American. From mom and pop restaurants to food trucks to food inspired by locales as far away as Sri Lanka, you can travel around the globe in one bite.
Wherever your adventures takes you, the IHG hotels in Staten Island will be there to welcome you home at the end of the day. From world class amenities to friendly, helpful staff, you won’t be able to help making the most of your stay.
The Hotel Indigo Newark Downtown is the closest hotel to the Prudential Center's main entrance. Enjoy a pre-event dinner in our restaurant and return to our roof top lounge for a night cap among the...