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What's not to love about a stay in New York City? The Big Apple offers cultural richness, world-class dining, major sports and entertainment options, and a dynamic energy that beats as the pulse of the city. With so much to see and do, it's best to narrow your focus. If one of your primary goals is to soak up the arts, a self-catering apartment near the Metropolitan Museum puts you in the perfect position to explore the Museum Mile.
It's impossible to take in the entire Metropolitan Museum in one visit. The Met spreads out over two million square feet. It houses two million works in its permanent collection, and it displays numerous temporary exhibitions that range from Carpets for Kings to Splendors of Korean Art.
Of course, the Met's not the only museum. The Guggenheim Museum and the Frick Collection are a few of the outstanding museums along Fifth Avenue. Book your self-catering apartment near the Metropolitan Museum, and you'll have easy access to all the exhibitions along the Museum Mile.
As a bonus to booking a holiday rental near the Metropolitan Museum, you get easy access to New York's most beloved green space, Central Park. The zoo at the south end, Conservatory Garden at the north end, and mid-park Lake are just minutes away from holiday rentals near the Met. Be sure to use the internet connection at your self-catering apartment to browse the park's events calendar. The Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure is great family fun that combines clue-solving challenges with a tour of the park. If you want a good look at the Gentoo, Rockhopper and King penguins, don't miss the feeding time at the zoo.
If you're travelling with a group of art buffs, consider booking a spacious self-catering apartment near the Metropolitan Museum. A two-bathroom, three-bedroom rental sleeps eight and gives everyone enough room to be comfortable. Browse the listings for smaller holiday rentals suitable for couples or small families. The location is perfect for return visits to The Met and boutique shopping trips along Madison and Park Avenues.
For a view of the city, nothing beats the panorama from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. The elevator trip from the Rockefeller Center mezzanine to the 70th floor open-air observation deck takes all of 45 seconds. The glass-walled deck gives you breathtaking views of Central Park, the New York skyline, and the distant Statue of Liberty.
If you've got your walking shoes on, you can stroll from your holiday apartment near the Metropolitan Museum to the Rockefeller Center in about 35 minutes. Or, save your energy, hop in a cab, and get there in five minutes.