The Shelburne Sonesta New York

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A 4-star hotel with a tradition dating back to 1927, in 2019 it was remodeled in its entirety to offer guests rooms of sheer sophistication and comfort. The culinary scene at the Shelburne presents the best of American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There’s even a fantastic lounge and roof garden open for multiple seasons. Macy's, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building are all within easy walking distance. Just five blocks away is Grand Central Terminal and the subway will whisk you to: Times Square, Central Park, Soho, and more. Staying in New York is always fascinating. One of the most important cities in the world, you’ll be a part of it, and New York will never slow down.

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Guest Rooms


Capacidad :

4 adults

Maximum Occupation: 4

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Capacidad :

4 adults

2 children

Maximum Occupation: 6

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Within The Shelburne Sonesta New York

Babysitting Service (Under request)

Front Desk


Safe Deposit Box



Room Service

Lift / Elevator

Disabled Access facilities

Fitness Center

Bar lounge

Pets Allowed


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Attractions and activities


Enjoying New York means living it, day and night, and on every street corner there’s something else to entice you. This guide is just the tip of the iceberg that the city always seems to represent.

Let yourself be captivated by the symbol of freedom throughout the United States. The Statue of Liberty, south of Manhattan on Liberty Island, is reachable by the ferry from Battery Park. At the top, 354 steps up, is a viewing platform in the crown, although it’s not for everybody. The view, though, is reward enough.

Cross the Brooklyn Bridge, on a bike or a scooter and you get an eyeful of two miles of un-interrupted architectural splendor, and you’ve crossed the most famous bridge in New York.

If you’re still not afraid of heights, ride to the top of the Empire State Building and from the viewing platform, at 320 meters up, let’s you witness the most spectacular views of the New York landscape.

How about a Broadway musical? Night after night, Broadway comes alive with mythical musicals and dramas which, in their world-class production quality, move audiences to entirely new parts and places in the imagination. Just strolling Times Square, and you’ll be captivated by the screens, the ads, the non-stop street performers and the neon light shows as perfect as anything you could post on Instagram.

New York is full of museums, too. Among the most important, the Museum of Modern Art is the most important museum of its kind anywhere in the world. With important collections of painting, sculpture, installation, graphic design, industrial design, photography, architecture, and cinema, it’s not one to be missed.

Relax and take that walk through everything that is Central Park. In the heart of Manhattan, it’s one of the safest urban parks anywhere in the world. Enjoy the many attractions means taking to the Summer Stage, and year-round free activities, exhibitions, happenings, concerts, dances, seminars, and movie screenings.

If the staircase can be thought the most important humanity’s invention, one that’s transported people to new heights, there’s a new monument to finally recognize it. The Vessel is an iconic new building on the High Line Park, the perfect place to admire the entirety of the Hudson Yards.

Trips in winter are rewarded with visits to the famous Rockefeller Center, known around the world for annually hosting an ice-skating rink and its huge Christmas tree. At Top of the Rock, there’s a view from up top the Comcast skyscraper that surpasses even that from the Empire State Building.

The shops at the bottom of Rockefeller Center offer some of New York's most luxurious shops and the atmosphere for shopping is among the best you’ll find in the Big Apple.

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