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What you should know about Union Square

Long at the heart of the Manhattan’s social pulse, Union Square embodies New York’s unrivalled reputation as a vibrant melting pot. Only here can you browse farmers’ markets, shop at corporate chains or flea market stalls, lose yourself in the most intense games of street chess you’ll ever come across, or even take part in New York’s latest protest march. Whatever you find yourself caught up in, if it’s near Union Square it’s sure to be lively, intriguing, and unmistakably New York.

Hotels in Union Square


Accommodation options near Union Square are just as diverse as the New Yorkers who frequent the area. Luxury Union Square hotels are in abundance and the art-filled Gramercy Park Hotel even has its own private park. Hotel Giraffe, a quirky 1920s-style Art Deco hotel, is one of many charming 4-star hotels in Union Square, but it stands out from the crowd with its delightful roof terrace and garden. Business hotels in Union Square, such as The Marcel at Gramercy, offer great conference rooms and business facilities. Travelers on a budget can also stay at the heart of the action thanks to the great selection of discount hotels in Union Square.

Things to see in Union Square


Music lovers can catch a show at Irving Plaza—a large, ballroom-style venue in Union Square with a lot of history. Originally a center for Polish Army veterans, this has been one of the most important concert halls in New York since the late 1970s and has played host to many of the city’s most famous gigs. Another of Union Square’s must-sees is Metronome, a large public art installation erected in 1999. Try to make sense of the numbers across this kinetic wall sculpture which consists of a giant clock made of orange LED lights and a puzzling spiraling image which periodically sends out puffs of steam. For a stimulating night out, fans of the stage can head to the Vineyard Theatre, a pioneering Off-Broadway non-profit company that has garnered rave reviews for its Tony, Pulitzer, and Obie award-winning plays.

Good for sightseers


As the central focal point of New York, Union Square is perfectly located for visitors who want to stay minutes away from the main sights. The Union Square subway station is one of the busiest in the city, giving you access to everything else New York City has to offer; Wall Street, Broadway, and Central Park are just a ride away. Closer to your Union Square hotel, you’ll have countless culturally and historically significant points of interest, and Fifth Avenue and the Empire State Building are also within easy walking distance.

How to get to Union Square


Union Square can be reached easily from any of New York’s international airports. Passengers from into JFK and Newark airports can pick up a MetroCard and take the AirTrain to connect to the city’s subway system. For more direct transportation, take a cab or a shuttle bus into the city. Travelers arriving into La Guardia can also catch the Q70 bus to reach the subway. Union Square subway station is one of New York’s main hubs and 8 different lines run through here, making it extremely easy to get around. There are also buses run by the MTA network and taxis are ever-present on city streets.

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