Econo Lodge Times Square
302 West 47th Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 246-1991
Fax: (212) 246-0263
Activités de loisir de plein air
The Citi Pond is located at Bryant Park. It has a skating rink that can hold 500 people, a skating pavilion that has multi-purpose facilities, a party room, and a cafe that provides a scenic rink view. The pond is, in fact, the centerpiece of the park during the winter. There are shows, parties, events, activities, restaurants and holiday shops.
Bryant Park transforms into a winter wonderland every year, with the Bank of America Winter Village ice skating rink providing the busy inhabitants of New York with some much needed winter recreation. Entry to the rink is free, while skates and other amenities and services are available at a low rate. One can see everyone from tourists, families with kids, groups of youngsters, as well as couples having a good time at the rink, with skating lessons being offered here as well. If the skating has you too tired, relax with a hot beverage outside the rink area.
The Princeton Club of New York is a members' club which gives patrons access to many excellent facilities. They have business facilities and even a restaurant, lounges and a ballroom. Members can even indulge themselves in the comfort of the spa or attend yoga classes. The club has a well equipped gym with personal trainers, and the squash and fitness facilities are commendable. Twelve dining and private rooms are also available for corporate and social functions. Visit website for more information.
The Ice Rink at Rockefeller Center has been a regular New York tourist fixture since its inception in 1936. Even though it is one of the most popular ice skating rinks of the city, it is actually quite small compared to many other rinks in the city. It's popularity ensures that it is always crowded, which means you might not always get to actually skate without bumping into others. However, if you're here just to enjoy the lively ambiance and indulge in some people watching, this place is perfect.
This historic club, founded with the aim of giving a boost to amateur athletes, is now one of the better places to head to for recreational activities in the Central Park area. There are plenty of options, not only when it comes to sports, but also accommodation, dining & recreation. The training facilities on offer here include squash & racquetball courts, a dojo & a fully equipped gymnasium, among other things. Whether what you're looking for is a casual pool-side meal, or a sophisticated dining experience, this club has something to cater to all your needs. The 187 rooms, offering some fantastic views of the surrounding area, not to mention all the modern amenities, make the Athletic Club a great option for your next visit to the Big Apple.
With its great location and excellent service, the Yale Club of New York City is a wonderful club for relaxing on weekends. Here you can find a gymnasium, an athletics center as well as dining rooms serving up some mouthwatering cuisines. A magnificent structure spanning 22 stories, it is a great hangout for those looking for an indulgent time in luxurious surroundings. Playing host to events and functions the year round, Yale Club is a classy venue catering to nothing but the best. Visit website for more information.
There are few cities more beautiful than New York and Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises offers guests a whole new perspective of the city. Perfect for tourists, or even locals who wish to enjoy the skyline from a whole new angle, the company offers a variety of tours including dinner cruises, harbor light cruises and, for the more adventurous, the Beast Speedboat Ride. The company also caters for private events - up to 500 guests can enjoy the ambiance of the city skyline, whilst enjoying a delicious dinner and cocktails.
Don't miss The Beast, New York's very own thrill ride. Your captain will take you for a wet and wild ride through the New York harbor. Hold onto your hats because for 30 fun-filled minutes, you'll be soaring past the skyscrapers at a heart-pounding 45mph. They'll stop for a close-up of the Statue of Liberty where you'll have a quick photo-op. It's a pure thrill! The Beast does not operate during the winter season.
Pier 84, the largest of New York's piers is a lively hub of activity in the heart of the city. A multipurpose outdoor space, the pier is part of the Hudson River Park. With a number of fun outdoor activities, cultural events, concerts and more, it's a great place to check out for local events. A constant buzz of activity surrounds the place with families out with kids, people skating or biking, boat rides, kayaking and more. The newly constructed pier features an interactive play area for kids, that is both fun and educational. If you're just in the mood to laze, settle in with some music or a book and soak up the sun on the central lawn. A good place to enjoy a view of New York's skyline or take a break at one of the several cafes and eateries on the pier. Pier 84 offers an enjoyable day out for everyone. For details, visit the park website.
Central Park's oldest playground is also one of the largest at 1.8 acres (0.73 hectares). The playground has standard features such as swings, slides, and see-saws, as well as a large grass field and six softball fields. Other highlights include a group of concrete hills with a series of ladders and tunnels and a water feature for kids to play in. The playground has its own restrooms and snack carts located in the Heckscher Building. The park is open daily from 8a until dusk.
North River Lobster Company is a unique venue on Pier 81, on the banks of River Hudson. Here, guests can enjoy seafood, especially lobsters paired with fries, and embark on half-hour sailing tours arranged by the restaurant. Patrons can dine on an open bow deck boat, floating rooftop space or the balcony with awe-inspiring views, each offering a magical experience. This restaurant doesn't accept reservations and guests can linger as long as they want, enjoying the boat and riverside dining. The menu includes Lobster Cobb Salad, Peel and Eat Shrimp, North River Burger and Key Lime Tart. There is also a raw bar serving oysters, shellfish and crabs. Check the website for the schedule of the sailing tours.
Ready for a unique and fun tour of the Hudson River and New York Harbor? Visit the Manhattan Kayak Company where you can go kayaking or take a Stand Up Paddle board (SUP) along the waterway. SUP is a unique sport where you stand on a board that's similar to a surf board and use a single paddle to travel. Rent a SUP or a kayak and go on this seasonal tour that let's you exercise as you see the iconic New York landmarks by the water, including the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, and Yankee Stadium.