Comfort Inn Times Square West
343 W. 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 767-0223
Fax: (212) 767-0224
Broadway Inbound provides wholesale and group ticketing services for tour operators and travel industry distribution companies. If you need movie or theater tickets for a large group, this is the place to call. Professional staff and efficient service are some of the features of this company. Call ahead for more rates.
Ticket central is a low-cost ticket vendor for a wide selection of Theater, Dance, Opera and Performance Arts groups all oner New York. Purchase tickets online, over the phone, or in person at the box office.
St. Clement's Episcopal Church was founded in 1830 to care for the Christian community of Manhattan district. Later, in 1962, the church building was renovated to include a theater, that went on to become a popular venue to host masses, plays, recitals, etc. The congregation believes in serving the people, irrespective of their caste, creed or color. They also have a food pantry that serves food to over 500 people every week and a vet clinic to care for pet animals.
The Actors Temple was established in 1917 by the shopkeepers of Hell's Kitchen but grew in popularity with the Jewish actors community of Broadway. The Judaic worship center is located in a three-story building with several studios which can be rented for shows, auditions, rehearsals and functions. The synagogue has innovative programs like 'Storahtelling', Jewish Rock and many other modern Jewish adaptations. There are Shabbat services on Friday nights and Saturday mornings as well as prayer services on all Jewish holidays.
This giant, immaculate gym located off Times Square offers everything anyone could want in a health club: cardiovascular machines, free weights, dozens of classes, a sundeck, tennis, swimming pool, climbing wall, café and spa services. Net Pulse entertainment systems are available at all cardio machines. The clientèle consists mainly of people who work in the neighborhood or live in Manhattan Plaza's towers, but actors also like this club due to its proximity to the Theater District. The club also provides plenty of programs for children and families. Check website for details.
The International Ticketing Association (INTIX) is a nonprofit trade organization devoted to the advancement of admission services. Established in 1979, INTIX now represents over 1,200 ticketing professionals in the performing arts, theater, entertainment, professional sports, and college and university athletics.
If the soaring price of Broadway tickets starts to take a toll on your budget, never fear the TKTS Booth is nearby. Established by the Theater Development Fund in 1973, TKTS offers dozens of tickets for Broadway and off-Broadway at half or three-quarters price on the day of the performance. The more popular shows tend to move fast, so arrive as early as you can before the booth opens. Cash and traveler's checks only.
Port Authority is the center for bus travel to and from New York City. No longer the seedy crossroads it once was, the terminal spans two blocks and is multi-leveled. It is home to New Jersey Transit bus service and major national bus lines such as Greyhound and Peter Pan. Though its size might be intimidating to the business or vacation traveler, there are information booths at every entrance. Main entrances are on both Eighth and Ninth Avenues. Buses run to and from the three major New York area airports (La Guardia, JFK and Newark) for a comparatively nominal fee. There are many shops and eateries to pass the time while you wait for your bus to depart.
Times Square is one the most commercial districts of the city of New York. Walt Disney Studio is a well known television studio nestled in the heart of this place. Offering premium event and production facilities, it is renowned as the home of ABC's famous 'Good Morning America'. The studio is owned by The Walt Disney Company. Call the toll free number on +1 818 560 1000 for more details.
Even though it measures just about 1 square mile (2.59 square kilometers), Garment District in Midtown is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the Big Apple. Located between the Fifth Avenue and West Village area of Manhattan, the locality is best known for the large number of fashion labels and brands that are found here. Ever since the beginning of the 20th Century, it was this neighborhood that was home to several showrooms, warehouses and other production quarters, all dedicated to clothing and fashion, making New York the fashion capital of the country.
The Executive Dining Room at Conde Nast Publications is a preferred venue for many corporate events and presentations. Situated in the 4th floor of the Conde Nast Publications Inc. headquarters in Times Square, the executive dining room ensures great business facilities along with a fine dining experience, thanks to the master chef! A perfect venue to enjoy small corporate meals and meets. Call for more details.
Situated in the Conde Nast Publications headquarters in Times Square, the Conde Nast Publications Auditorium is a venue for many corporate events. With a seating capacity of 85, the auditorium is suitable for small events like business meets, seminars and other corporate events. The venue also hosts gigs by comedians and a few interviews with important personalities. There are four private dining rooms and a cafeteria adjoining the auditorium.