Traveling with an open mind, will give you an opportunity to accept any changes that might come up during your planned trip and in return reduce the stress and allow you to enjoy your trip with the slight changes.
When you get married and start to settle in after all of the craziness/amazingness of having a wedding, you begin to take on the next chapter often trying to better yourself.
For newly married couples traveling to New York City, there is no shortage of romantic activities that will surely keep things new and exciting. Newlyweds can find unique experiences at a romantic hotel with a once hidden speakeasy, live entertainment or a romantic restaurant to reminisce about the first time you met.
Let’s discuss about the some of the most Amazing things to do in Manhattan (NY) for newly married couple.
Hudson Yards in NYC
With the recent grand opening of New York City’s newest neighborhood, Hudson Yards is transforming into NYC’s hottest design and dining district.
Home to a contemporary British all-day dining destination queen’s yard, the highly anticipated public work of art 150-foot tall Vessel, Snarkitecture’s multi-faceted exhibition space, Snark Park, New York’s first multi-arts center.
The Shed and over 100 luxury, flagship and specialty stores, newlyweds can explore all that Hudson Yards has to offer.
Where to stay: Mere blocks from 10th Avenue and steps from the ACE and 1 trains, the design-centric, Hudson Yards-adjacent Crowne Plaza HY36 serves as the perfect intimate urban oasis after exploration exhaustion sets in. Featuring a brand-new cocktail named after the Vessel, lovebirds can sip on refreshing cocktails at outdoor lounge and beer garden located within the hotel.
The Crown at Hotel 50 Bowery
The Crown has sweeping views of downtown Manhattan, Brooklyn, and even the far off silhouettes of Queens and New Jersey.
The indoor space and two different outdoor terraces with multiple vantage points to take it all in. A variety of Asian-inspired cocktails and a small menu of rotating globally-inspired bites complement the expansive views, while the large copper-accented indoor lounge offers respite from the sun and weather.
The Crown is truly a unique addition to the Chinatown neighborhood, and is inspired by its rich history.
Dine with on the Hudson
This summer newlyweds can take a cruise on New York’s only floating lobster shack, North River Lobster Company, where they can split The Shelly, a lobster roll over 2 feet long! Together they can cheers to the summer season and new life together with a glass of froze, rose or specialty cocktail. The cruise heads up North on the Hudson River with Westside view of the NYC skyline.
Date with the Ultimate Views with Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises, loved ones can hop on-board and head to the third floor observation deck for magnificent views of the NYC skyline and statue of liberty. The Harbor Lights itinerary offers a romantic scene with a sunset cruise with city lights glistening like diamonds on the dark water away from the crowds.
SHAKE RATTLE & ROLL DUELING PIANOS
Every Saturday night, 10pm, it’s the sing along, dance-along, laugh-along, drink-along show that’s never the same twice – because YOU pick the playlist!
From Billy Joel to Bon Jovi, from Britney Spears to Bruno Mars, anything goes!
Fun for birthdays, bachelorettes, anniversaries, first dates or newlyweds!
Gallery at 200 Lex is home to the finest antiques and vintage pieces
The Gallery at 200 Lex is home to the finest antiques and vintage pieces from over 50 premier dealers from around the world – the largest and most comprehensive collection of antiques in Manhattan.
The Gallery just recently partnered with Incollect and has completely revolutionized the experience of shopping.
You and your significant other can find unique and fine antiques for your home at the touch of an iPhone.
Just like your wedding, something old can be something new (maybe even blue) and definitely special.
The Beekman (To do in Manhattan)
From luxury suites to ample dining and nightlife options, The Beekman has everything newlyweds need and want.
Tom Colicchio’s on-site restaurant, Temple Court, offers a seasonal approach on traditional American and French flavors. Duos can end the night at these two nightlife options located within the hotel, The Bar Room and Alley Cat Amateur Theatre.
The Bar Room offers an extensive cocktail and wine list where couples can sip on a drink while staring up at the incredible nine-story atrium or enjoy a cocktail and live entertainment at Alley Cat, a once-hidden cellar and century-old mechanical room that has been transformed into an intimate lounge where musicians and renowned DJs drop by.
STK (Things to do in Manhattan)
With locations in Midtown and Downtown, couples can enjoy a modern twist on the classic steakhouse experience.
The DJ creates an infectious, high-energy atmosphere, sure to spice things up while you enjoy prime-cut steaks, original cocktails and sweet treats next to your new spouse. With a combination of delicious food and drinks, world-class service and the perfect ambiance – STK is guaranteed to exceed expectations.