Best Hotel For Travel
The Westgate Grand Central Hotel is the best and most affordable hotel for travel. Its location allows one to visit many nearby famed destinations like the Statue of Liberty, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Centre and Brooklyn Bridge. It is located right in the heart of Manhattan, near Grand Central Terminal. They also have many restaurants; bars are Museums nearby. They have great luxurious rooms to rest in and great services for guests. They have croupier services for giving guests recommendations and for making bookings and appointments. One can make their hotel bookings at westgateresorts.com/hotels/new-york/midtown-manhattan/westgate-new-york-grand-central/specials/. The hotel even has boarding pass printing services for their guests so they can easily travel anywhere from the Grand Central Terminal. Central Park: • Central Park is the 5th largest park in the city of New York, with a size of 843 acres or 341 hectares. • It boasts great natural beauty with beautiful landscapes, water networks and great biological diversity. There are several diverse plant and animal species living here. • The Central Park includes several beautiful landscapes like the Ramble and Lake, Hallett Nature Sanctuary, Sheep Meadow and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir. • There is a network of various water bodies in this park. This includes lake Harlem Meer in the north of the park built after the south was completed. Towards the south of the lake is the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir. It was renamed after Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis a year after her death in 1993. Previously, • It was called the Central Park Reservoir. • There is a man-made pond called Turtle Pond located at the south end of the Great Lawn. On the side of the Great Lawn is the Belvedere Reservoir. Grand Central Station: • The Grand Central Deposit was built in 1871, shortly becoming the Grand Central Station. Today it is 150 years old. • The Grand Central Station has two levels on which one can take two different types of trains. On the top level, one can take intra-city trains to different parts of a city. And on the first floor, one can take intercity trains to different cities. • The Grand Central Station takes up 48 acres or 19 hectares. This makes it the largest Train station in the world. • At the Grand Central Terminal, there is a concourse desk, on top of which is a beautiful clock. This bronze clock is a simply stunning, beautiful masterpiece. It was made by a sculptor named Henry Edward Bedford. He was an executive of The Self Winding Clock Company.