One of the best cities to be in on Thanksgiving, New York City puts on the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Beginning at 77th Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side and ending on 34th Street in Midtown, those who stay at hotels along the route can take advantage of front-row seats to this iconic holiday tradition. Enjoy the view from the comfort of your heated room at one of these top hotels near Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2018.
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Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Times Square (Prices & Photos)
One of the best hotels to stay in if you’re interested in seeing the Macy’s Day Parade action up-close, Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Times Square is just a block from Seventh Avenue and is on the parade route on Sixth. A perfect choice for budget-friendly families, you’ll find a cozy home-like setting with kitchenettes, pet-friendly rooms and a full breakfast buffet to start your morning off right. Just steps from Bryant Park, it’s a great location for exploring Manhattan, while its spacious rooms offer large windows and an on-site restaurant and bar where you can marvel at New York City’s glittering skyline.
The Hilton New York Midtown (Prices & Photos)
Are you looking for a prime location to catch the parade? Stay in The Hilton New York Midtown, as it’s nestled in the heart of Manhattan on Sixth Avenue right on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade route. There are numerous rooms that offer either partial, passing or full, unobstructed views of the parade from its oversized windows, while you can also enjoy its array of amenities that include flat-screen TVs and marble bathrooms. After a day of sightseeing, unwind with a pampering in-room massage or grab a drink at the bar.
Mandarin Oriental New York (Prices & Photos)
An ideal choice for couples looking for a bit of romance over the holiday weekend, Mandarin Oriental New York is located in the same building as some of the city’s most famous restaurants, while Central Park is right across the street. While its known for its stunning views of Central Park and the Hudson River, it’s also a great spot to catch the floats passing by during the Thanksgiving Day Parade. Sit and watch the colorful holiday celebrations from your floor-to-ceiling windows, then take a dip in the window-lined pool or book a massage at the on-site spa.
the Quin (Prices & Photos)
The Quin hotel boasts luxury accommodations for those ready to splurge on their trip to New York City. Sitting on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 57th Street, this modern boutique hotel offers spacious rooms and suites with parade views in addition to Swedish-designed beds, Nespresso coffee machines and guest controls for heating, lighting and music. Want the ultimate luxury experience? Stay in one of the suites to enjoy wrap-around terraces. The hotel’s on-site restaurant The Wayfarer serves locally grown, small batch cuisine, while those looking for a tasty adult beverage can visit the second-floor bar for hand-crafted cocktails.
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park (Prices & Photos)
Boasting an iconic address on Central Park, The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park is a solid choice for any trip to New York City. Come Thanksgiving and you’ll be lured in by its captivating views of not only Central Park but the parade as it goes by. Book one of the rooms overlooking the route or view it from the large windows in the hotel’s on-site bistro while dining on a delicious breakfast platter. You’ll find luxurious rooms and extensive facilities at this hotel, from caviar facials in the pampering day spa to the glamorous Star Lounge.
Warwick New York Hotel (Prices & Photos)
The Warwick New York Hotel offers a great location for those wanting to be in the center of the action during the Macy’s Day Parade. A historic landmark that dates back to the 1920s, there are an array of famous guests that have stayed here, from Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn to Elvis Presley. Live like a celebrity as you enjoy the hotel’s private terraces on one of the On The Avenue Suites that faces Sixth Avenue. Afterwards, you can enjoy breakfast at Murals on 54 Restaurant or hang out in your room with in-room dining.
JW Marriott Essex House New York (Prices & Photos)
Offering a prime Central Park location, JW Marriott Essex House New York makes for a great option for those traveling to New York City during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Overlooking the parade’s route down Central Park South, it also boasts a beautiful on-site spa, well-equipped fitness center and locally-sourced dishes at its on-site Southgate Bar & Restaurant.
1 Hotel Central Park (Prices & Photos)
1 Hotel Central Park offers boutique-style accommodations, where an outdoor theme offers the perfect refuge in the middle of Manhattan with its living green plants and touches of nature throughout the property. Sitting right on the parade route, the hotel is known for its natural facade, lush foliage and exposed brick walls. Step inside the bright and airy rooms to discover barn wood ceilings, hemp-blend mattresses and locally sourced in-room dining. Stay fit with the in-room yoga or relax in the comfy lounge area.
Courtyard New York Manhattan/Herald Square (Prices & Photos)
If you’re up for a bit of late-night revelry after your fill of turkey and Thanksgiving Day Parade action, stay at Courtyard New York Manhattan/Herald Square. A great location for enjoying the city’s nightlife, the hotel’s Monarch rooftop bar and lounge is a buzzing hotspot with both indoor and outdoor seating and dazzling Empire State Building views. Stay in one of the spacious rooms and suites to enjoy plush bedding, modern furnishings and city skyline views, but if you want a view of the parade, make sure to stay in one of the rooms on Sixth Avenue.
The Refinery Hotel (Prices & Photos)
Sitting on Sixth Avenue and 38th Street, The Refinery Hotel is a stylish urban boutique hotel housed in a historic building that once served as a tea salon and hat factory. Immerse yourself in the chic, industrial-style design and admire the art-filled decor that includes miliner’s tools. The rooms feature 12-foot concrete ceilings, oak floors and expansive windows with city views of the parade, while the Empire State Building and Herald Square is easily accessible by foot when you need to stretch your legs.