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Metropolitan Thrills Await Your Arrival

Your Hotel Henri adventure begins in the heart of Chelsea, home to world-class dining and shopping, iconic architecture, and legendary entertainment. Take in New York City’s spectacular skyline on the Observation Deck of the Empire State Building, browse contemporary masterpieces at the MoMA, or take in a Broadway show. Best of all, Hotel Henri's prime location puts you within easy walking distance of some of New York City's finest restaurants and culinary destinations, including Eataly (right across the street), Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern and Eleven Madison Park.

Chelsea Market

Exposed brick and industrial charm give the Chelsea Market a unique aesthetic appeal, but its long history of fine culinary artisans are what make it world famous. Drawing in 6 million visitors each year, it is one of the busiest and most written about destinations New York’s Meatpacking District, not to mention, the tastiest!

Chelsea Piers

In the early 1900s, the Chelsea Piers served as passenger terminals, awaiting the arrival of the RMS Titanic during its maiden voyage. The Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex currently houses production facilities for NBCUniversal, a health club, salon and spa, the city's largest gymnastics training center, two basketball courts, playing fields for indoor soccer and lacrosse, batting cages, a rock climbing wall, dance studios, an AMF Bowling center, a golf club with multi-story driving range, two full sized ice skating rinks, a marina and more!

The High Line

Exceptional architecture, landscape design and urban planning perfection await visitors high above the bustling city streets of Manhattan’s west side. Built atop a 1.5 mile stretch of former freight train tracks, the High Line is an elevated park overflowing with native perennials, plants and trees. The High Line offers guided walking tours, expert-lead talks, family programs, live performances and a series of other art, music and cultural events.

Madison Avenue

Often referred to as the "Gold Coast" of retail, Madison Ave. is home to some of the most extravagant shopping in the entire world. Passing through Midtown, the Upper East Side, Spanish Harlem, and Harlem, Madison Ave. includes designer name boutiques, jewelry stores, beauty salons and spas. Fifth Avenues’ higher profile shops are also nearby to satisfy all your luxury retail therapy needs.

Central Park Zoo

From snow leopards to sea lions, the Central Park Zoo is home to a large variety of indigenous and exotic animals. Open 365 days a year, it’s the perfect place to watch penguins, polar bears, and parrots frolic smack in the middle of the city. The Tisch Children’s Zoo also offers educational programs for little ones, including overnight pajama parties, where zookeepers teach kids about the care and nocturnal behavior of all the animals.

Greenwich Village

World renowned as the birthplace of the Beat movement and Bohemian style, The Village is home to many Off-Broadway theaters, sidewalk cafes, neighborhood bars and upscale boutiques. Washington Square Park remains the nucleus of the neighborhood, but the Village boasts several smaller parks, a bustling performing arts scene and an array of local celebs who own pieces of real estate around town.

The Museum of Modern Art

Originally founded as an educational institution in 1929, The Museum of Modern Art, or MoMA, exhibits some of the world’s finest modern and contemporary art. Dedicated to the collection, education and preservation of modern and contemporary art, the MoMA prides itself on blurring the lines between the past and the present, the established and the experimental.

Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall is a world famous entertainment venue located in Rockefeller Center that has televised the Grammy Awards, the Tony Awards, the Daytime Emmy Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards, and the NFL Draft. Currently managed by The Madison Square Garden Company, the theater hosts concerts, live stage performances like the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and movie premieres for films such as Harry Potter.