Located in the heart of the historic Seaport district, Mr. C Seaport is nestled within the newly revitalized, epicenter of irreplaceable culture, fashion, entertainment, and culinary arts. Just steps away from your doorstep, the district features an array of boutiques, quaint cobblestone streets amongst the Pier, entertainment and top-line culinary destinations.
Whether flying direct or connecting, arrive to Mr. C Seaport from any surrounding New York City airport, John F. Kennedy International (JFK), LaGuardia, or Newark (New Jersey). For those who prefer to arrive by subway, the express A subway line is available into Manhattan (exit at Fulton Street) through John F. Kennedy International Airport. By subway, your travel is approximately 1 hour, then an 8-minute walk to the hotel.
Opened in 2014, the Fulton Center transit hub and retail complex hosts nine subway lines streamlining convenient access anywhere within Manhattan, East or West. Featuring a Sky Reflector Net centerpiece, the contemporary space also includes vendors and shops, including Shake Shack, Neuhaus, and Irving Coffee Roasters.
The tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, the One World Trade Center Observatory features breathtaking, wraparound views of Manhattan. A must-see attraction during your stay in New York City, tickets are available pre-purchase or at-the-door.
Set within the footprints of the original Twin Towers, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum is a tribute to remembrance and renewal. The 8-acre park is a contemplative sanctuary, composed nearly 400 groves of white oak trees, whilst the museum is located within the archaeological heart.
Completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. Connecting Lower Manhattan with the popular Brooklyn borough, locals and visitors alike stroll, bike, and take in the views.
Just a ferry ride away, the Statue of Liberty is one of the most recognized landmarks in the world. As a universal symbol of freedom and democray, the 12-acre island welcome generations of immigrants to the United States.
Connected through an underground passageway from Fulton Center, Brookfield Place hosts both international and contemporary fashion brands such as Hermès and Bottega Veneta. Grab chef-driven bites and drinks, including Le District, a French savoir faire marketplace and enjoy the waterfront.
A waterfront escape, Battery Park's esplanade stretches over a mile alongside views of the Hudson River and New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and New Jersey shoreline. With gardens lined through the route, Battery Park is a 'pedestrians paradise'.
From the well-renowned Italian sculptor of our modern era, Maestro Arturo Di Modicas's 'Charging Bull' has become the symbol of Wall Street, the Financial District, and market optimism.
Located on a hideaway, cobblestone street stretch, Stone Street is home to a variety of buzzing restaurants, pizzerias, and pubs. Sit outside on communal tables and enjoy the old-school charm favorited by locals and an after-work crowd.
A notably, internationally famous eight-block span in Lower Manhattan, Wall Street is the epicenter of New York's Financial District and home to one of the largest stock exchanges in the world, the New York Stock Exchange.
A nationally historic landmark from architect Cass Gilbert, the Woolworth Building was the tallest building in the world when completed in 1913. More than a century later, the building is still amongst its tiers as one of the 100 tallest in the United States, as well as one of the 30 tallest in New York City.