If you want to get straight to the heart of spring in New York City, then a visit to the city’s recently designated NoMad (North of Madison Square) neighborhood is in order.
Located in the beating heart of Manhattan, this area provides visitors with the very best when it comes to shopping, eating, and entertainment.
In fact, things to do in NoMad are practically boundless, particularly if you can manage to stay close. Let’s take a look at just a few of your options.
Things to Do in NoMad, New York This Spring
While a NoMad location puts you close to all the subways so you can easily get anywhere in the city, there’s plenty to do nearby.
Why not enjoy the lovely spring weather with a stroll through the neighborhood’s namesake, Madison Square Park, and get a casual bite at the park’s renowned Shake Shack? Get there early, though — lines for food can stretch around the park.
Looking for outdoor shopping to make the most of the weather? Visit the Chelsea Flea Market on 25th between Sixth and Broadway and hunt through vintage jewelry, antique furniture, and a variety of bric-a-brac for sale.
Stay Close and Get More from Your NoMad Experience
Any seasoned traveler knows that staying close to the action will help you get more from a spring trip to New York.
The Avalon Hotel, with it’s classic Golden Age structure and upscale, urban loft-style rooms is an excellent springboard to the perfect spring weekend in New York.
A stay at the luxurious Avalon will put you close to everything you’ll want to see in NoMad: The Empire State Building, Korea town, the park, and countless other museums, eateries, and nightclubs.
Plus, we offer oversized rooms for couples and convenient suites for families and small groups to make it easy for everyone to enjoy the beauty of spring in New York.
Don’t delay — put NoMad on your list of places to see in New York this spring and choose The Avalon Hotel for the ultimate home base during your trip.