Comfort Inn Manhattan
42 W. 35th St.
New York, NY 10001-2201
Phone: (212) 947-0200
Fax: (212) 594-3047
42 W. 35th St., New York, NY, US, 10001-2201
- Téléphone : (212) 947-0200
- Télécopie : (212) 594-3047
Possibly the oldest of its kind in New York, Tannen's Magic Shop has been in business since 1925. It is located in Midtown’s Herald Square and features an a whimsical collection of magic accessories. Browse through an inventory of invisible paint, rabbits in hats, smoke, coins, ropes, balloons, cards, dice and canes that has catered to both famous magicians and amateurs of the trade alike. In addition, attend their occasional workshops to sharpen your knife tricks or learn a new style with multiplying billiard balls.
Located just across the street from Lincoln Center, this upscale stationery and gift shop sells paper, cards and gifts befitting its refined neighborhood. Lincoln Stationers carry the complete line of Crane's products, as well as a selection of unique, beautiful papers and notecards from around the world. High-end writing instruments, filofaxes and briefcases are also available. In business for 25 years, they also offer printing and engraving of invitations, announcements and personal stationery. Check website for details.
Manhattan Hall is crowded and not particularly attractive. Nevertheless, many New Yorkers come here to buy their clothes and gifts, ignoring other malls in the city. That is because Manhattan Mall is near so many popular stores like Toys R Us, Macy's, a number of shoe stores, Barnes and Noble and the Burlington Coat Factory. What is more, the mall is located directly on top of a subway station. The largest shop in Manhattan Mall is the department store Stern's. Others include Ann Taylor, Nine West and JC Penney.
Capturing the exciting essence of being a kid, Kids Foot Locker is the kid’s version of the popular athletic wear retailer. This New York location caters to its clientele by stocking the latest design of footwear and apparels from leading brands, not to mention, in all the right sizes. The atmosphere in the store is pleasing as it welcomes kids and parents alike with their signature friendly service and spacious interiors. Scroll through the veritable collection of Kids Foot Locker to find some of the rare makes for your young ones.
At 7,000 square feet, this is New York's largest golf equipment supplier. The center claims to have the best clubs, bags, balls, gifts, golf clothing and accessories at the best prices. Calloway, Mizuno, Liquid Metal and countless other brands are on display, and the sales staff specialists will provide you with expert advice on ways to improve performance, as well as what equipment best suits your needs. Both amateurs and professionals shop here.
Macy's at Herald Square is so large that it's easy to get lost in it. Almost covering an entire city block, this Macy's was the largest department store in the entire world until 2009. Fashion sections meld with jewelry, clothing, beauty, home decor, luggage and much more to lure shopaholics in. The gift card options available here are a great token of love for family and friends. And in case strolling around this huge outlet tires visitors, there is an in-house restaurant to refuel and get back to splurging.
If you want to furnish your home with antiquities, Furnish Green would be a great place to start your hunt for the perfect items. This eco-friendly store is filled with antique dressers, beds, light fixtures, mirrors, trunks, side tables and more. All the pieces in the store, especially the beds, are steamed and vacuumed as a precaution against pests.
With a good collection featured at Mick Margo, VPL (Visible Panty Line) began with just the simple thought of 'visible inner wear'. Victoria Bartlett launched the first of her collection in 2003 and includes everything between lingerie and sportswear. These inner wear-inspired clothing can be mixed, matched and layered. They are functional, stylish and comfortable with recognizable stitching, sliding, elastic etc. This collection is available at all leading stores.
Those with a gadget fetish can go bonkers at J&R's New York outlets. Choose between the downtown store and this one at Macy's, where you can browse through a gamut of electronic and computer accessories. Be forewarned: you can get quite overwhelmed by the products on display, so check the website to get a preview of the goods and their prices. A friendly staff will guide you through the shopping spree, but it would help to do a bit of research on what you want beforehand. All said and done, you need to drop by to get a first-hand experience of the place.
As the flagship Old Navy store in New York City, this is one of their largest locations. The store has apparel for people of all ages, and also has a special maternity line. There are some great hoodies, shorts and jeans available for men, and dresses, blouses and knit tops for women. You will also find great buys for infants and toddlers.
A grand selection of equipment for tennis, badminton and racquetball is available at this popular sports store in New York City. The systematic organization and the professional atmosphere attract tennis enthusiasts in flocks to NYC Racquet Sports. Also available here is a good range of clothing and accessories from favored international brands. If you would like a professional chat about the latest improvisations in the game, that too can be availed here. Overall, a great destination for all racquet games.
As the oldest department store in the United States, Lord & Taylor continues to offer the latest in fashion for the whole family, along with home decor and accessories. An immigrant from England, Samuel Lord opened the store in 1826, specializing in women's clothing and hosiery. Today the store has expanded to over 49 stores across the country. Styles for both men and women are decidedly conservative, yet fashion forward with a big focus on American designers. An added bonus is a full range of sizes.