Directions

58 East 68th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenue), New York, NY  10065 

There are many routes you can take, depending on where you are coming from. We recommend using Google Maps to organize your trip. If you are traveling from Boston and are not driving, we suggest taking Amtrak and booking your ticket in advance. Prices increase the closer you get to your departure date!

 
 
 
 
 

 

Public Transit

From Penn Station you can take the E Uptown to 53rd Street and switch to the 6 Uptown train to 68th Street.  You may also take a cab!

 

Driving

If you are driving from Boston, we recommend that you take I-90 to I-84 to I-91SCT-15 S and I-95 S to E 63rd St. From the airport there are plenty of cabs! 

 
 

We have rooms blocked off for wedding guests at The W Hotel on Lexington and at Renaissance Hotel 57 on 57th Street from Friday, April 10 to Sunday, April 12. If you decide to book, reserve your room under "Ellie Bastani & Michael Collins Wedding." 

The DEADLINE to book one of the hotels below is March 8, 2015. 

The W Hotel on Lexington

541 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10022

212-407-2956

The Renaissance hotel 57

130 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

212-753-8841

 
 

There are so many things to do in New York! If you are traveling here, we recommend that you stay for several days to take advantage of what the city has to offer.  Below you will find some of our favorite places. 

 

 

Eat & Drink

Hasaki

210 East 9th Street

Gradisca

126 West 13th Street

The Smith 

1900 Broadway  

Raines Law Room

48 West 17th Street

Brunch

The Wren

344 Bowery

The Smile

26 Bond Street

Petit Abeille

44 West 17th Street

Prune

54 East 1st Street

Vinateria

2211 Frederick Douglass Boulevard

        

 

Museums

MOMA

11 West 53rd Street

MET

1000 5th Avenue

The New Museum

235 Bowery

Chelsea Galleries

From West 24th Street to West 18th Street, between 10th & 11th Avenue 

Explore

From food to art to shopping, NYC is truly a hub of culture and diversity. If you have the chance, explore the various neighborhoods that truly make New York unique. Check-out Chinatown and Little Italy, discover cute cafes and boutiques in the West Village, shop in Soho, grab a drink in the East Village, listen to some great Jazz in Greenwich Village, take a stroll in Central Park, see the entire city on top of the Rock in Rockefeller Center. Stroll around Chelsea market and peak into the galleries.