6 Columbus, Central Park a Sixty Hotel

Rated 7.7 in 333 reviews. 88 rooms.

★★★★

This Manhattan boutique hotel is located across from Columbus Circle and a 5-minute walk from Central Park. This hotel features 24-hour concierge service and a minibar in every room. A flat-screen TV and iPod docking station are available in the rooms at the 6 Columbus – A SIXTY Hotel. They also include bathrobes and are decorated in a 60’s style with artwork from Guy Bourdin. The hotel features a rooftop bar open Tuesdays through Saturdays with a variety of cocktails. 6 Columbus guests can dine at the Blue Ribbon Restaurant and Bar, which features sushi and drinks. The Columbus is 1 mile from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The American Museum of Natural History is a 20-minute walk from the hotel.

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A guide to great places nearby 6 Columbus, Central Park a Sixty Hotel

  1. Museum of Arts & Design (MAD)

    The best spot to discover your new favorite hobby gives you an up-close view of its artisans-in-residence during its daily open studio. Interactive workshops offer hands-on training from the experts.

    102 m from hotel
    2 Columbus Cir

  2. Bouchon Bakery

    Cure your carb cravings while overlooking Columbus Circle. Just try not to drool over the models slash waiters.

    126 m from hotel
    10 Columbus Cir, Fl 3

  3. Per Se

    Per Se is one of the NYT restaurant critic Sam Sifton’s 50 favorite NYC restaurants. To see the full list, get The Scoop iPhone app, an inside guide to New York: NYTimes.com/thescoop

    131 m from hotel
    10 Columbus Cir.

  4. Marea

    Michael White knocks it out of the park at his high-end Italian seafood spot. Go big on the crudo, followed with pasta and whatever fish they're most excited about that day. [Eater 38 Member]

    174 m from hotel
    240 Central Park S

  5. Jean-Georges

    Ed Koch may no longer be mayor of New York, but if he used Foursquare, he'd probably be the mayor of this restaurant. Once a month, Koch invites members of his administration to an elegant lunch here.

    210 m from hotel
    1 Central Park W

  6. Carnegie Hall

    Construction began in 1890 and it was named after Andrew Carnegie, who paid for its construction. It opened May 5 1891 with a concert conducted by Walter Damrosch & composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    367 m from hotel
    881 7th Ave

  7. Danji

    It's fast without being hurried, delicious without being expensive. Just be ready for crowds. [Eater 38 Member]

    487 m from hotel
    346 W 52nd St

  8. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

    Art is arousing—just ask J. She couldn't stop swooning when N took her here to see The Nutcracker. (I Will Always Love You)

    0.5 km from hotel
    70 Lincoln Center Plz

  9. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

    Check out the big new exhibit on Abstract Expressionism running from October 3, 2010, to April 25, 2011. Virtually all of the art — 300 works by 30 artists — comes from the museum's own collection.

    0.9 km from hotel
    11 W 53rd St

  10. Wafels & Dinges

    "Number one: The Spekuloos spread. Think cinnamon nutella/peanut butter. Totally unique, totally to die for." - Niko DeMordaunt

    0.9 km from hotel
    Moving Target!

  11. Central Park

    Home to some of New York's most famous concerts. Diana Ross literally singing in the rain, Simon & Garfunkel, Garth Brooks and Dave Matthews Band have all played Central Park.

    2.4 km from hotel
    59th St to 110th St

  12. High Line

    Built in the 30s, this was an active railway until 1980. "Friends of the High Line" formed in 1999 with the idea of turning it into an elevated park similar to the Promenade Plantée in Paris.

    3.0 km from hotel
    btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St