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Hotels in Midtown near Penn Station

Penn Station Introduction

New York City's main intercity railroad station is in a prime Midtown location underneath Madison Square Garden. Penn Station, also known as Pennsylvania Station, was built in 1910 and has since become the Western Hemisphere's busiest transportation facility. More than 600,000 passengers a day stream through this cavernous underground station between Seventh and Eighth Avenues. When the original 1910 above-ground terminal was demolished in 1963 after years of decline, it caused huge outrage, as the ornate marble structure was considered a historic landmark. It was partly because of this that a movement was launched to preserve the country's historic architecture.

Hotels near Penn Station

There's a wide selection of hotels near Penn Station, although many are in the middle and upper prices ranges. You'll find upscale hotels with amenities including fitness centers, rooftop terraces, and occasionally a rooftop pool. Some are in historic buildings, while others feature cutting-edge contemporary design. You can visit New York any time of year, although you'll find hotel bargains in January and February. Thanksgiving and Christmas send hotel prices skyward, and because September is also a popular time to visit, be sure to book ahead if you're planning a trip towards the end of the year. If you can stand the humidity, come in the summer.

Where to stay near Penn Station

Penn Station is within easy reach of Times Square, which for decades has been attracting theater-goers from around the world to its Broadway shows. There are plenty of hotels tucked between performance venues. If you're on a romantic break, check out the boutique hotels in the NoMad district north of Madison Square Park, which is full of attractive 19th-century buildings. To the south of Penn Station is Chelsea, one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in New York. It's more socially and ethnically diverse, and features a buzzing creative community and numerous art galleries. Shoppers can explore the offbeat choices on offer.

Things to see near Penn Station

Some of New York's most notable landmarks are straightforward to reach from Penn Station. It's only 2 city blocks from the Empire State Building, a must-see sight of the city. Head one block north, and lose yourself among the many floors of Macy's, one of America's best-known department stores. Let yourself be dazzled by the bright lights of Times Square, which is only 0.7 miles from Penn Station. It's only a little farther on to the Museum of Modern Art, more commonly known as MoMA, and one of the foremost art collections in the United States.

How to get to Penn Station

Thanks to the large range of transport lines coming in and out of Penn Station, it's very simple to get to New York as well as around the city. It's on more than a dozen Amtrak intercity routes that service other states ranging from Florida to New Hampshire, plus Toronto and Montreal in Canada. Commuters use the station to travel from New Jersey, Connecticut, Philadelphia, and Long Island. Penn Station is also on New York's subway system, which helps you get around the city quickly. It also features bus lines such as Greyhound, and has direct service to JFK airport.