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Holidays in New York City

Tis' the season in NYC, when magic and music is in the air and store windows are sparkling with lights and holiday decor. New York City is filled with many fun events and festive things to do during the holiday times - from the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall to the tree lighting at Rockefeller Plaza. Get warm and cozy at Comfort Inn - Manhattan and make us your holiday oasis!

New York City Things to See and Do

  • Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

    Note: Ends half block from hotel
    Line up along the street for the official holiday season kick-off event on Thursday, November 28 - the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Check out the famous giant balloons, beautiful floats, and amazing live performers beginning at Macy's and ending half a block from Comfort Inn - Manhattan.
  • Radio City Christmas Spectacular

    Kick off your holiday season with the high kicking Rockettes performing the annual Radio City Christmas Spectacular from November 8 through December 30. The show features singing and dancing to the story of Christmas on an amazing winter wonderland set and beautiful symphony music.
  • Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

    Marvel at the giant Christmas tree, glistening with lights and color from over 5 miles of bulbs and millions of ornaments. Head down to Rockefeller Center on the evening of Wednesday, December 4, and enjoy this family-friendly, New York City tradition.


  • The Sea Grill

    One of NYC's top dining experiences, The Sea Grill is a landmark restaurant in Rockefeller Center serving the fresh fish and seafood. Join us for dinner during the holidays overlooking the ice rink or gather with friends in our lounge for signature appetizers, hand-crafted cocktails, and a glass of fine wine.
  • SaraBeth's

    Sarabeth's is and award-winning restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner and famous fruit preserves. Getting it's start as a jam shop and bakery, Sarabeth's accentuates the holiday spirit with its aroma of baked cookies, pastries, muffins and cakes filling the air.
  • Bryant Park

    Take a stroll through Bryant Park during the holidays and grab a table at the outdoor patio at Bryant Park Grill. Meet friends for lunch, dinner or enjoy the sparkling skyline over cocktails and wine. For a more casual setting, enjoy a warm cup of coffee at the Bryant Park Café.


  • Union Square

    Union Square features New York City's most famous and largest Greenmarket with dozens of local farmers, bakers, butchers and artisans selling fresh vegetables, fruits, meats, baked goods, and arts and crafts. Swing by and pick up the freshest ingredients in town for your holiday feast.
  • Macy's Herald Square

    A holiday vacation to New York City would not be complete without a visit to Macy's Herald Square - the world's largest department store. This New York City landmark covers an entire city block with ten and a half levels of the latest fashions and is the foundation for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  • 5th Avenue

    For more than 100 years, Fifth Avenue has been a destination shopping ground for the privileged and wealthy and home to premier stores, like Armani and Tiffany & Co. Some of the noted traditions of the famous street still endure, including the lighting of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.
42 West 35th Street, Manhattan, NY 10001
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Comfort Inn - Manhattan, New York (NY)
42 West 35th Street, Manhattan, New York 10001
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