The Big Apple will leave a lasting impression on you, whether this is your first or tenth visit because New York City offers diversity, culture and style like no other U.S. city can. From the historic landmarks to the restaurants and shops on every corner, from the fascinating museums and art exhibits to the architecture and skyline, you better prepare yourself for a magnificent trip! And savor the flavors of New York on one of three guided tours, which will take you to the historic East Village, the Lower East side, or NoLita – the choice is yours!
You’ll find yourself in the very heart of the world’s most exciting city at Grand Hyatt New York. Sitting high above Grand Central Terminal, all of Manhattan awaits you from this perfectly located midtown New York City hotel. Take in Broadway, the Empire State Building, United Nations, Central Park, Fifth Avenue’s world-famous shopping, the Museum of Modern Art, the Statue of Liberty, gourmet dining and so much more, all within easy walking distance. This midtown Manhattan hotel features elegant, spacious guestrooms with high-speed Internet, 24-hour room service, and fine dining. Take advantage of all Manhattan’s wondrous metropolis offers from this luxurious midtown New York hotel.
Come along with expert guides to explore the delicious foods and beverages in Manhattan’s most interesting neighborhoods. The historic East Village neighborhood is known for its rich culture, from art and fashion to music and politics, and very importantly, for its food! You won’t be able to get enough of the authentic NY pizza and hot dogs, homemade Ukrainian pierogies and soup, deli sandwiches, egg creams, Chinese dumplings and ice cream. The Lower East Side, one of the oldest, yet trendiest, neighborhoods in Manhattan boasts a rich immigrant history, and a menu to compliment it with authentic Neapolitan pizza, bialys, pickles, knishes, Greek spinach pie and souvlaki, gourmet chocolates and donuts. The eclectic neighborhood of NoLita, adjacent to Little Italy, is home to the Italian immigrants who came to America at the end of the 19th century. These streets house the oldest pizzeria in the U.S., the old police headquarters and DiPalo Fine Foods. Savor Italian cheeses and meats, Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwiches, delicious French quiche, Mexican yucca fries, Spanish tapas, handmade candy and NY style cheesecake while you learn about mafia history!