MIDTOWN MANHATTAN'S CHELSEA DISTRICT WELCOMES YOU
Eventi is perfectly located for exploring Chelsea and all its art, history and energy. Manhattan's century-old flower district is just a block from our boutique hotel. A lush oasis of flowers, plants and more spill out onto the sidewalks and brighten even the gloomiest day.
From its famous art galleries to the infamous Chelsea Hotel, from the Chelsea Piers to Penn Station, this neighborhood offers you a rich cultural experience, and it's a treasure trove of shopping, dining and entertainment possibilities.
Macy's flagship store is only about five blocks away. Macy's is the second largest department store in the world and an icon in popular culture. Sponsor of the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, the store has starred in film and song, most famously in the 1947 classic Miracle on 34th Street. There are also more intimate luxury boutiques throughout the neighborhood, making Chelsea a shopper's dream come true.
Chelsea may be best known, however, for its arts community. It has become a global center of contemporary art. The West Chelsea Arts District houses nearly 400 art galleries and countless artist studios. The People's Improv Theatre, Joyce Theater, The Kitchen, TADA! Youth Theater and Dance Theater Workshop offer exciting performance art, while Madison Square Garden, Manhattan Center and Jacob Javits Convention Center showcase large events. Art museums and public parks, such as Hudson River Park, the elevated High Line and the new public plaza adjacent to Eventi, round out the scene.
Our luxury boutique hotel is just a short walk from Penn Station, New York City's busiest rail station. This historic railway stations serves more rail passengers than any station in North America. From the city subway to the New Jersey Transit, to a rail line running from Boston to Washington, D.C., Penn Station gets you on your way to anywhere you want to go.
Madison Square Garden is on top of Penn Station. You probably know this historic venue as "The World's Most Famous Arena." Madison Square Garden hosts everything from sports events to concerts to political rallies. The diverse list of musicians that have made seminal live recordings of concerts at the Garden is mind-boggling, ranging from Barbra Streisand to Michael Jackson.
Koreatown, or K-town, is just blocks from Eventi. This happening area truly never sleeps, with 24-hour restaurants, karaoke bars and even an all-night spa. Put your glitz on and experience all variety of Korean food and entertainment on Korea Way — West 32nd Street between 5th Avenue and Broadway.