1600 Broadway on the Square
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
New York's best theaters and the bright lights of Times Square are just a short walk away when guests stay at 1600 Broadway. These modern condominium apartments are ideally located between 48th and 49th Streets, just a short walk from the theaters, restaurants, shopping facilities, and subway stations. As you're staying in the heart of NYC, the rooms can be noisy, but happy guests insist that this is all part of the experience.
These well-appointed apartments give families and couples plenty of space in which to spread out. The full-service kitchens feature high-tech Sub-Zero, Bosch, and Miele appliances, providing all you need to cook up a meal if Manhattan's high restaurant prices start to grate. Local supermarkets will even deliver groceries to your condo, so there's no need to scour the city for ingredients.
At the end of a long day of sightseeing, guests say they love soaking in the generously sized bathtubs or watching the world go by from lounge chairs at the rooftop observatory. The complex also devotes its entire fourth floor to fun. With billiard tables, a putting green, virtual golf, a fitness center, and an outdoor terrace for admiring the colors of Times Square, there is plenty to do at Broadway on the Square.
1600 Broadway condos are not cheap, but they're competitively priced for Manhattan, even during holiday periods when the property becomes a favorite choice for New Year's Eve revelers. Happy travelers report having everything they need on hand, and being impressed by the modern fittings and cleanliness. These apartment-style dwellings allow tourists to keep to themselves if they wish, although the full-service concierge desk is always staffed for travelers' convenience. Past guests say that the staff members are professional and so welcoming that they felt right at home at Broadway on the Square.
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member Reviews1600 Broadway on the Square New York City
Saw Motown in Times Square! Fab dancing and singing, but was distracted by how starving I was!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews 1600 Broadway on the Square New York City
Travel Blogs from New York City
... west and were settled pretty quickly into our apartment. Had a nice lunch at a cafe close to our apartment and then walked down to Chelsea to the markets and the High Line. This is an old raised railway line that was originally condemned and is now converted for pedestrian usage. Well worth the walk - a beautiful oasis in a busy city. Surprise find - how beautiful the Highline walk is Travellers tip - Zuti New York Subway ...
... beautiful building and had a beautiful chandelier.After the show, we decided to go to the Russian Tea room for dinner. The Russian tea room is a glitzy landmark from 1920's New York. It was founded by members of the Russian Ballet in 1927. It is located near Carnegie Hall.
On the way back to the Hotel, we found a new shop Forever 21 which stayed open till 1pm. We couldn't believe it. New York is the City that never sleeps.
This was going to be a long day so we got up late and went out to have brunch. We ate in a very good restaurant called Lafayette, which was so much more civilised than the Blue Water Grill on friday evening. Here the service was relaxed without being slow and we enjoyed our brunch. I was particularly taken with a juice I had which was a mixture of kale, cucumber, green apples and ginger.
... a city in -15C without the proper attire.
- NYC really is the city that never sleeps, no matter when or what you want the city will provide.
- We don’t get fat eating out or having take-out every day. Embarrassingly we have not cooked once in our flat!
Things we will miss most about NYC:
- Central Park, whether running or walking around it’s a fantastic place.
- The location of our flat right in the centre of ...
... trying to do a comedy act but as his face was so serious I would guess not. We had drinks at the rather stylish Gransvoort rooftop bar and dinner at one of our favourite’s, Catch, a fish restaurant. One of reasons we like the place so much is the fact that a bottle of Mumm Champagne is only $50 which for NYC is unheard of. Plus, the prawns and lobster mash are divine. The restaurant was very lively and guests were still being seated as we ...