Near Grand Central Station, and just seconds from Park Avenue, our hotel has been a favorite of travelers, dignitaries, performers, and business executives for decades. Uniquely located in Midtown, it provides easy access to every borough in New York.
Lovingly referred to as "The Garden", or its initials MSG to New Yorkers, this indoor arena is known by all for hosting a series of professional sports, concerts and other large-scale entertainment shows.
The fist public landscaped park in all of the United States sits steps from The Barclay. A stroll through the park is a must for all who visit Manhattan.
The 102-story building stood as the world's tallest for 40 years until 1970, when the World Trade Center's North Tower in lower Manhattan was completed.
Located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, the colossal sculpture sits proudly since 1886.
The memorial and museum in downtown Manhattan commemorates and pays tribute to the lives lost on September 11, 2001.
Just steps from the Barclay, Radio City Music Hall, also known as "the Showplace of the Nation," it also the headquarters for the Rockettes.
Stroll through the verdant paths of Central Park. Stop by the ‘Imagine’ mosaic in Strawberry Fields, row around the lake (or opt for a gondola), lounge on the Great Lawn, ride the century-old carousel, and be sure to make a wish at Bethesda Fountain. Cap the experience with dinner at the park’s famed Tavern on the Green.
The filming location for classics like Sex and the City, and Spiderman, leafy Bryant Park offers a respite in the heart of Manhattan. Enjoy ice skating in winter; and movies on the lawn in summer.
Home to New York City's top designer and flagship stores, tony Fifth Avenue is also the world’s most expensive shopping area. Peruse some of the Avenue’s most famous brands: Armani, Cartier, and Bergdorf Goodman.
Pedaling is a wonderful and scenic way to explore the city. Bike across the Brooklyn Bridge to gape at the Manhattan skyline from across the East River. Two-wheel through Prospect and Battery Parks. On your way, keep an eye out for the Statue of Liberty, punctuating the clouds. Our concierge can assist with rental bikes and maps for self-guided tours.
You’ll spend a meaningful afternoon at this prodigious monument and museum. Guides share their own 9/11 experiences and show guests the new World Trade Center and memorial. Visit the One World Observatory, poised on floors 100 -102 of One World Trade Center, complete with restaurants and exhibits. Don’t miss the Oculus at One World Trade which is an underground shopping experience featuring high-end stories and eateries.
Located on the Upper East side, this jewel box of a museum displays works by artists of the Austrian Secession movement, such as Gustave Klimt. Designers from the Wiener Werkstatte (Vienna Workshops), a design movement that led to modernism — as well as works by Bauhaus and Expressionists from Schiele to Dix — are also showcased. After perusing the galleries, stop for cake and coffee in the museum’s gilded cafe.
Savor stunning views of the city skyline from Top of the Rock. Spanning three levels of outdoor and indoor observation decks, this pinnacle position atop Rockefeller Plaza’s 70 floors provides unforgettable 360-degree panoramas. Let our concierge organize a VIP tour, enabling you to skip the lines.
Enjoy the thrill of one of New York’s most transformational experiences. Ride 12 stories up a glass elevator, observe immersive art by Kenzo Digital, suspend yourself over 1,100 feet above Madison Avenue, then end your journey with a crafted cocktail overlooking Manhattan.
For unparalleled musical performances in the world’s most famous auditoriums — Broadway and Carnegie Hall — The Barclay is close by. Speak with our concierge to secure coveted performance tickets.
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