Midtown hotel with rich history, steps from Times Square Hub of theater district The Art Deco-style Edison Hotel stands in the middle of Manhattan, right around the corner from Times Square, with a choice of Broadway theaters within 5 blocks. Rockefeller Center is a 10-minute walk, while a 15-minute walk north takes you to Central Park. Modern masterpieces Just north of Rockefeller Center, the Museum of Modern Art – also known as MoMA – features masterpieces by artists such as van Gogh and Picasso, as well as recent cutting-edge works. After admiring the art, you can indulge in a little shopping on Fifth Avenue, a 12-minute walk. Free wine-and-cheese hour On Tuesdays and Fridays, the Edison hosts a free wine-and-cheese hour, and there are free walking tours Tuesday mornings. The Rum House, a classic New York watering hole, features live jazz and cool cocktails, or if you’d rather work out, the hotel has a 24-hour fitness center. For convenience, airport transportation is also available. Italian linens, WiFi While the hotel is rich in history – Edison himself turned on the lights at the 1931 grand opening – the rooms offer modern comforts and conveniences. Pillowtop mattresses are layered with premium linens and WiFi is available for a surcharge.