If you’ve never been to New York City during the holiday season, it’s time to treat yourself to a stay at The Lucerne Hotel. Every year, the city transforms into a winter wonderland complete with chestnuts roasting on an open fire (on nearly every street corner!), elaborate window displays, the iconic Rockefeller Christmas tree, the legendary Rockettes, and so much more.
When you spend the holidays with The Lucerne Hotel in Manhattan, you can enjoy the Christmas Eve wine hour in our lobby and easy access to a number of nearby festivities on the Upper West Side. See some of our favorites below.
The American Museum of Natural History
Go see the Origami Holiday Tree, which has signaled the start of the holiday season at the museum for more than 30 years. The tree is adorned with handmade origami models inspired by museum collections. The museum also hosts the Winter Telescope Party on December 21.
“All I Want for Christmas Is You” at The Beacon Theatre
One of the most beloved Christmas songs of our time is Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You.” Come see Mariah sing this song and others at one of her many holiday shows at the nearby Beacon Theatre.
From The Nutcracker to Handel’s Messiah, Lincoln Center hosts a variety of musical shows and theatrical productions this holiday season. See some of the brightest stars in dance, music, theatre, and opera, in addition to family-family events, by browsing the Lincoln Center calendar.
Haven’t finished your holiday shopping? The Columbus Circle Holiday Market is known as one of the most spectacular places for holiday shopping. Located at the entrance to Central Park, at 59th Street and Central Park West, visitors can browse festive aisles of art, jewelry, home goods, and delicious food from local artisans and designers.