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Hotel Zone Map

Courtesy Grand Hyatt New York

Hotel Zone Map

  • Hotel Rooms
  • Event Space ft²
Explore Zones
Central Park 60 St. 110St. 42 St. Chambers St. 14 St. 5th Ave. Javits Center 60 700 ft² 4,215 86,808 ft² 3,676 119,526 ft² 305 53,772 ft² 5,746 89,047 ft² 3,883 31,595 ft² 16,372 164,335 ft² 1,098 24,134 ft² 1,690 12,274 ft² 80 70,397 1,178,382 ft² 11,329 228,502 ft² 14,995 341,597 ft² 11,517 250,338 ft² 3,687 36,560 ft² Queens Brooklyn The Bronx Manhattan Includes highlights below Harlem Upper West Side Upper East Side Midtown West Times Square Midtown East 14th–42nd St. West Side 14th–42nd St. East Side Downtown Lower Manhattan Staten Island
Central Park 60St. 110St. 42St. ChambersSt. 14St. 5thAve. Center Javits 60 700 ft² 4,215 86,808 ft² 3,676 119,526 ft² 305 53,772 ft² 5,746 89,047 ft² 3,883 31,595 ft² 16,372 164,335 ft² 1,098 24,134 ft² 1,690 12,274 ft² 80 70,397 1,178,382 ft² 11,329 228,502 ft² 14,995 341,597 ft² 11,517 250,338 ft² 3,687 36,560 ft² Queens Brooklyn The Bronx Manhattan Includes highlights below Harlem Upper West Side Upper East Side Midtown West Midtown East Times Square 14th–42nd St. West Side 14th–42nd St. East Side Downtown Lower Manhattan Staten Island

Hotel Zone Map

  • Hotel Rooms
  • Event Space ft²
Explore Zones

This data represents the hotel members of NYC & Company. There are additional hotel properties in New York City that are not reflected here.

Brooklyn
  • 3,676
  • 119,526 ft²

The borough that’s become an international synonym for “cool” has a growing supply of hip meeting spaces. After work, attendees can enjoy the borough’s live music, new restaurants and historic attractions like Coney Island.

Staten Island
  • 305
  • 53,772 ft²

Scenic Staten Island makes events exciting with historic architecture, retail developments and long-standing family-friendly attractions.

Lower Manhattan
  • 5,746
  • 89,047 ft²

An event at one of the distinctive properties at Manhattan’s southern tip puts your attendees just steps away from Wall Street and the Financial District. 

Downtown
  • 3,883
  • 31,595 ft²

Hip downtown Manhattan is an excellent staging ground for events. Meeting properties are spread throughout Chinatown, Greenwich Village, Soho and the area’s other neighborhoods.

14th–42nd St. West Side
  • 16,372
  • 164,335 ft²

The neighborhoods surrounding the Javits Center have some standout hotels for meetings and events, as well as stunning attractions like the High Line and the Rubin Museum of Art.

14th–42nd St. East Side
  • 3,687
  • 36,560 ft²

Landmarks like the Empire State Building and the Flatiron Building make this area a must-see for visitors, and its inventory of hotels makes it popular with event planners.

Times Square
  • 11,517
  • 250,338 ft²

In addition to the flashing billboards, supersized eateries and theaters that define Times Square, the “crossroads of the world” features notable meeting hotels.

Midtown West
  • 14,995
  • 341,597 ft²

Home to Carnegie Hall and many Broadway theaters, this bustling, centrally located neighborhood is a great place to hold a meeting.

Midtown East
  • 113,290
  • 2,285,020 ft²

This neighborhood is home to landmarks like Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, as well as some distinctive meeting properties.

Upper East Side
  • 1,098
  • 24,134 ft²

Nestled between Central Park and the East River is a leafy neighborhood with impressive meeting venues located alongside institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

Upper West Side
  • 1,690
  • 12,274 ft²

Bordered by Central Park and Riverside Park and lined with residential buildings that look ever so familiar from movies and TV, this neighborhood has a wide range of spaces for meetings and events.

Queens
  • 4,215
  • 86,808 ft²

Bring excitement to your event by meeting in the world’s most culturally diverse place, with food from every corner of the globe and a staggering selection of attractions for those who love the outdoors, sports and the arts.

Harlem
  • 80

This historic neighborhood has long been known as a center of African-American music, literature, dance and art.

Manhattan
  • 70,397
  • 1,178,382 ft²

No introduction needed: Manhattan has the most meeting space in New York City and some of its most recognizable attractions. Imagine iconic skyscrapers, spectacular theatrical productions and the world’s best museums, all just steps from your event.

The Bronx
  • 60
  • 700 ft²

Your attendees can meet at the birthplace of hip-hop, the home of the New York Yankees and the site of America’s largest metropolitan zoo. The Bronx also has amazing seafood on City Island and Italian fare on Arthur Avenue.

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