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Unwind in Style: The Muse New York's Broadway Hotel Experience

Discover the dynamic energy of NYC’s iconic Theater District from your home base at The Muse New York — one of the best hotels located in the heart of Broadway! Located just a short stroll from some of the City’s most prestigious theaters, The Muse New York puts the unforgettable sights and sounds of one of the great stage capitals of the world within easy reach.

Theaters to Visit in Broadway

Lyceum Theatre

Lyceum Theatre

Catch a show at one of the most storied Broadway venues in New York. This historic Beaux-Arts playhouse dates back to 1903, with charming period details like fluted limestone columns, twin grand staircases, and breathtaking marble mosaics. Broadway’s oldest continuously operating theater, the Lyceum has hosted vaunted productions including The Play That Goes Wrong, Macbeth, and A Christmas Carol, and was a principal filming location for the hit NBC series Smash.

Minskoff Theatre

Nestled at the foot of One Astor Plaza, the 1,710-seat Minskoff Theatre first opened its doors in 1973. Since then, its stage has been home to some of Broadway’s most celebrated productions, including The Pirates of Penzance, West Side Story, and Fiddler on the Roof, along with the dazzling stage adaptation of Disney’s The Lion King — the highest-grossing Broadway musical of all time.

Hudson Theatre

Hudson Theatre

One of the oldest surviving Broadway venues, the historic Hudson Theatre dates back to 1902. Designed as a venue for “drawing-room comedies”, the 970-seat theater has functioned as a TV studio, conference center, and adult film cinema, before an extensive restoration and Broadway revival in 2017. It has since played host to electrifying productions including Death of a Salesman, Merrily We Roll Along, and the Stephen Sondheim classic Sunday in the Park with George.

Unforgettable Broadway Shows


Hamilton: An American Musical

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Pulitzer Prize-winning production tells the story of the life, legacy, and boundless ambition of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton against the dramatic backdrop of the American Revolution. With a groundbreaking score that blends hip-hop, R&B, and rap with classic standards of the stage, Hamilton has electrified audiences and critics alike, earning a record-breaking 16 Tony nominations and 11 awards, including Best Musical.

The Lion King Musical

The Lion King

Experience the groundbreaking stagecraft, exhilarating score, and unforgettable choreography of one of the most awe-inspiring productions of all time. Adapted for the stage by visionary director Julie Taymor, The Lion King tells a tale of family, destiny, and coming of age in the vibrant African Pride Lands. Featuring award-winning music from celebrated songwriting duo Elton John and Tim Rice, The Lion King is sure to capture the hearts of both young and old alike.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Musical

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Set nineteen years after the events of the final book, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child follows Harry’s headstrong son Albus as he befriends the son of his father’s lifelong rival, Draco Malfoy, on a mind-blowing journey through time that could forever alter the course of the past and future. Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany, the show lets you experience the wizarding world like never before through spellbinding storytelling and visionary theatrical magic.

Things to Do Nearby

  • Times Square

    Explore the must-see landmarks, dazzling lights, and lively energy of Times Square. Affectionately dubbed the “crossroads of the world”, the beating heart of Midtown Manhattan draws over 300,000 visitors each day — and more than a million on New Year’s Eve! One of New York’s most iconic and instantly recognizable streetscapes, this vibrant intersection of art and commerce is home to towering billboards, acclaimed local restaurants, celebrated shopping, and so much more.

  • Rockefeller Center

    No trip to the Big Apple would be complete without a visit to Rockefeller Center. This 70-story National Historic Landmark and Art-Deco marvel has been a defining feature of the New York City skyline for close to a century. Immerse yourself in the center’s fascinating history, striking public art, and breathtaking architecture on a guided tour. Discover incredible shopping and dining options on the iconic plaza, explore the famed Channel Gardens, and take in sweeping, panoramic skyline views from the city’s ultimate observation deck, the Top of the Rock.

  • Museums

    New York is home to a vibrant arts and culture scene, including many world-class museums and galleries in close proximity to The Muse. Explore the famed Metropolitan Museum of Art, the largest art museum in the Americas, with over two million works in its permanent collection. Get a unique, bird’s-eye view of the Big Apple at RiseNY. Journey through more than three hundred years of Broadway history at the Museum Of Broadway. Or take a deep dive into one of the world’s most influential collections at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).

  • Bryant Park

    If Manhattan’s concrete jungle has you craving a bit of time in the great outdoors, then head on over to the “town square of Midtown”, Bryant Park. Located a short, five-minute stroll from The Muse, this 9.6-acre public park is a must-visit destination for outdoor fun throughout all four seasons. Pack a picnic, hop aboard the classic merry-go-round, and savor the summer sunshine with an outdoor concert, film screening, or fitness class. In the colder months, take advantage of the park’s free ice skating rink and Winter Village, a festive, European-inspired open-air market.

Midtown Luxury at The Muse New York

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Book Your Stay at The Muse New York

Experience the magic of Broadway from the comfort of The Muse New York. Your home base in Midtown Manhattan, our refined rooms and suites offer legendary accommodations just a short stroll from the sights and sounds of the City’s legendary Great White Way. Start planning your getaway today and turn your New York minute into an unforgettable Midtown moment at The Muse.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Broadway Theater District is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, a short stroll from The Muse New York. The district is boundaried by 40th Street and 53rd Street to the north and south, and 6th Avenue and 9th Avenue to the east and west. The Vivian Beaumont Theater, located within Lincoln Center, is the only Broadway-class theater located outside of the Theater District.

The Muse New York is conveniently located in the heart of the Broadway Theater District at 46th Street and 5th Avenue. Several of the district’s most prominent theaters are located within a five minute walk of the hotel, including the Hudson Theatre, Minskoff Theatre, and Lyceum Theatre.

There are currently more than two dozen shows playing on Broadway, including acclaimed productions like Hamilton, Funny Girl, The Lion King, The Book of Mormon, and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. You can view a complete list of current Broadway productions, including ticketing info, locations, run time, and more here.

Most Broadway theaters no longer have dress codes, and audience members are free to wear anything from t-shirts and jeans to cocktail dresses and formal attire. Of course, if you’re attending a special performance like a gala event or opening night, it may be worth opting for a slightly dressier or smart-casual look.

Broadway tickets are available at a variety of different price points, generally ranging from $20 to $145 each. Pricing varies based on the performance date, time of day, seat location, and the show’s popularity. You can expect to pay more for premium seats to hit shows on weekend nights, while discounted rush, group, and standing room tickets offer a more affordable option, albeit with less flexibility in terms of seating location, dates, showtimes, etc.