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Broadway

Everyone has heard of Broadway, the famous New York City Avenue which runs the full length of Manhattan. But what you might not know is that the Mayfair is just steps away from the very heart of Broadway, famously known as The Great White Way. That's how "real" New Yorkers refer to Times Square and the Theater District! So when you stay at the Mayfair, not only are you in one of the world's most exciting neighborhoods, but you are just an easy stroll, train, or cab ride to the rest of the city.

Whether you crave the "Sex and the City" (the HBO Series and major motion picture franchise) excitement of Soho, the world class shopping of Rockefeller Center and Fifth Avenue, or the elegance of the Upper East Side's museum mile, the Mayfair is exactly where you want to be!

 
Times Square

When you stay at the Mayfair, you are just steps from Times Square, the most famous part of the most famous city in the world! Other places have signs. In Times Square, they call them "Spectaculars" or Jumbo-trons, and when you see them you'll know why. Indeed, a walk through Times Square is a kaleidoscopic feast for the senses. Times Square also boasts attractions such as the NBC studios where "The Today Show" is broadcast live. Here you'll find so many shopping, dining, and entertainment options that your only challenge will be deciding what to do next! And Times Square just keeps getting better. Recently, most Times Square traffic lanes were closed and turned into pedestrian plazas complete with seating.

So whether you want to take a leisurely stroll through the area or just have a seat and take it all in, Times Square is better than ever!

 
Corporate

Don't let the bright lights of Broadway and Times Square fool you: The Mayfair is also centrally located in one of the worlds premier business districts! Just around the corner is the world headquarters of Morgan Stanley. Other global headquarters within easy walking distance from the hotel are Barclay's Bank, Ogilvy & Mather (the ad agency that helped inspire the TV show "Mad Men"), and legal powerhouse Cravath, Swaine & Moore.

Wall Street is also easily accessible by cab or from the three separate subway stations, each of which are just a block away from our front door!

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