Planning Your Trip to Al Hirschfeld Theatre


Looking for somewhere to stay in Manhattan? Make a trip of it with an overnight stay. New York City area is densely populated, offering several options for hotels within 10 to 15 minutes’ walk of the theatre.

The Chatwal – The Unbound Collection by Hyatt

130 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036, United States

Hotel Riu Plaza New York Times Square

305 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, United States

Hotel Edison NYC

228 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036, United States

InterContinental New York Times Square

300 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036, United States

TownePlace Suites New York Manhattan

324 W 44Th Street, Hell's Kitchen, New York, NY 10036, USA


When finding a place to rest your head near Al Hirschfeld Theatre, NYC offers a range of hotels to suit various tastes and preferences. Enter the form below to see what accommodation is available to you around the Broadway district of NYC.


Take advantage of the chance while in New York to learn about the exciting regional attractions that enrich the city's character. Al Hirschfeld Theatre is in the heart of Manhattanand close to a number of local attractions worth checking out.

Take in another show

You’re already on Broadway, so why not visit another legendary venue? The blocks around the Al Hirschfeld Theatre are brimming with quality venues, such as the August Wilson Theatre. You could also take in different types of performances. Why not try some of New York’s live music venues, like the Gramercy Theatre or the iconic Isaac Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall?

Times Square

Visitors to Broadway should head a couple of blocks to Times Square. It’s one of the world’s most famous sites — a section of the city surrounded by colorful advertising boards, with thousands of pedestrians taking it all in. Just head to the intersection of Broadway and 42nd Street.

Macy’s Department Store

In the mood for retail therapy? Try Macy’s Department Store. It’s located 10 blocks south of Broadway and is the world’s largest department store at over a million square feet.

Statue of Liberty

Head to the southern tip of Manhattan to glimpse an American icon. The Statue of Liberty sits in New York Harbor. You can catch a ferry past the statue — or take a tour of Liberty Island.

New York sports

Sports fans have endless options for games in New York City: Citi Field is the home of the New York Mets (baseball). Yankee Stadium hosts the New York Yankees (baseball). Madison Square Garden is the venue for New York Knicks (basketball) and New York Rangers (hockey) games.

Best restaurants nearby

This area of NYC has plenty of fantastic food options.

Iron Bar & Lounge

The Iron Bar & Lounge is on the same block as the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. It’s a great gastropub with TVs, beers, and bar food, ideal for a relaxed pre-show dinner.


If you’re in the mood for jazz, try Birdland. It’s on the same block as the theater and has live music on most nights. You’ll also find an extensive drinks menu and tasty Cajun-influenced food choices.

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ offers stunning flavors and some unique dishes. Head to this restaurant on the same block as the theater for premium meats — and maybe a sake or two.

Sicily Osteria

For classic Italian home cooking, head the one block to Sicily Osteria. It’s got all the classics you’d expect, including handmade pasta and pizzas made fresh in its brick oven.

Nathan’s Famous

Need something quick? Try Nathan’s Famous hot dogs — it’s a New York City institution, and there’s a Nathan’s right by the theater. Simply grab a hot dog before or after your show.