Comfort Inn Central Park West
31 West 71st St.
New York, NY 10023-4103
Phone: (212) 721-4770
Fax: (212) 579-8544
31 West 71st St., New York, NY, US, 10023-4103
- Téléphone : (212) 721-4770
- Télécopie : (212) 579-8544
Salles de spectacles
Previously known as the Triad, Stage 72 is a theater that is a great source of entertainment for people across age groups. Seating 130, the theater features a variety of shows including burlesque, comedy nights and jazz concerts. Easily accessible for those traveling by public transport, this theater often has shows all seven days of the week. Although there is no food served, there are a variety of drinks you can choose from.
A posh, eight-story IMAX theatre is the centerpiece of this Upper West Side multiplex cinema. The IMAX theatre offers several different films, both 3D and not. IMAX movies are usually around 40 minutes long. This theater also shows first-run Hollywood movies and an occasional art house selection. It is one of the most crowded in the city, so be sure to get there early.
Name your event and Landmark on the Park will provide you with a fabulous facility to host it. This modern setting has everything including a grand wedding space, excellent conference facilities, a gymnasium and a chapel. Kitchen facility is also available. The elegant decor and the convenient location adds to the charm of this multipurpose setting.
Upper West Side's ArcLight Theatre has the special privilege of residing in the basement of a church. Though its capacity maxes out just shy of 100, it's the performances that just can't be beaten. As faithful patrons of ArcLight often say, it's one of the coolest little theaters in town. Intimate and personal to give you a performance you won't forget in a hurry. Call for current and up-and-coming productions. Disabled patrons must notify the theater 24 hours in advance for access. Call for more details.
Alice Tully Hall, located at the northern end of the Lincoln Center Plaza is at the corner of Broadway and 65th Street. It has a seating capacity of more than one thousand in the audience. Its adjoining lobby can accommodate up to 450 guests for cocktails and 250 for seated spectators. The hall, which is used for plays, musicals and classical music performances, was named after its patron Alice Tully who was a chamber music fan. The hall offers a caterer, audiovisual technicians, florists, photographers, meeting and event planners. A true grand experience is here.
The Merkin Concert Hall is situated in the Kaufman Center, an organization committed to the arts. You can catch anything from classical performances to Broadway revues. The venue features family matinees that are original musicals performed by the resident troupe of players. Students receive hefty discounts to many performances.
The Kaufman Center comprises of three music venues; Merkin Concert Hall, Lucy Moses School and the Special Music School where music of various genres are taught. The manifestation of education and theory is the center's main objective, thus, they frequently hold shows where the students get to perform and stun the crowd with awe. The Special Music School is an excellent place to develop your musical side as well as develop artistic qualities. To learn more about this venue, do visit their website.
Hidden away in an old, Upper West Side bank building, this up to date baseball facility offers devotees of America's pastime, a way to practice their game all year. With batting cages, clinics and private lessons, everyone from beginners to pros can participate. The center also caters to private parties. Rentals include batting cages, baseball and softball machines and pitching mounds. Private lessons are also available. A pro-shop sells sports equipment and clothing too. Check website for details.
La Guardia High School is one of the highly ranked schools in the citywide School Quality Review. This arts school is renowned for its arts programs that churn out highly talented artists and performers. Little Flower Theater, which is a theater within the school, serves as a venue for Parents Association Meetings and curriculum nights. It also hosts dance recitals, choreography showcases and similar performances. Call for more details.
Walter Reade Theater has been host to many film festivals. Located in Lincoln Square, this grand cinema theater is a must visit. Equipped with state-of-art equipment and a good quality projection screen, film viewing is a memorable experience at Walter Reade Theater. This resonant and lively venue is always booked for various events, call in advance for specific show details. The theater can also be rented for various purposes. Call box office for more information.
The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts is a massive venue when it comes to live entertainment. The Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors has something for everyone: internationally recognized dances, high-level performances, special events and jazz. Watch out for the Live From Lincoln Center, a program that has famous orchestras and artistes performing. The Lincoln center holds about 400 live performances a year, ranging from classical to modern productions. And as if that wasn't enough, the Center also hosts many events put on by the Film Society at Lincoln Center. There are guided tours on a daily basis that explore the world-renowned Metropolitan Opera House, Avery Fisher Hall, the New York State Theater (home of the New York City Opera) and the Vivian Beaumont Theater. During the tour, your guides will entertain you with fascinating stories and give you a glimpse of a rehearsal in progress.
Among the highlights on Upper Broadway stands the magnificent Beacon Theatre. Opened in 1929, the Theater was designed by Walter W. Ahlschlager as a prime motion picture venue and still attracts crowds with its schedule of live music and entertainment. The opulence of the theater is credited to the Neo Grecian design of its stage, white marble carpeting on its floors, and East mysticism depicted on murals that drape its corridors. The theater has played host to the biggest names of the entertainment industry, with The Allman Brothers Band remaining its famed regular. So for a bit of the old glory while in New York, catch a gig at The Beacon Theater.