NYC Events & Entertainment
Long Island City is quickly becoming the go-to destination for young families and professionals. We have an artistic state of mind, infectious spirit and close location to iconic NYC attractions, all without the Manhattan crowds and prices.
Reach Manhattan at a Moment’s Notice
Feel inspired by our skyline views at Savanna Rooftop. Z NYC Hotel is only one subway stop from Manhattan. Explore Times Square and Central Park or take a photo of iconic landmarks such as Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, the Empire State Building and United Nations Headquarters.
Experience Long Island City like the locals do from the comfort of your room at Z NYC Hotel. We’re happy to show you the coolest places to visit and help you arrange your schedule around the hottest LIC events.
Aside from Valentine’s Day dinners at world-famous restaurants, New York City woos with Winter Fashion Week and Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
Z NYC Hotel is minutes from Midtown and 5th Avenue, making our location ideal for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Find a spot anywhere between 44th and 79th Street.
As the cherry blossoms open at Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Yankee Stadium and Citi Field celebrate Opening Day. Don’t miss the Macy’s Flower Show.
May’s mild weather is perfect for outdoor events. Attend Fleet Week, Dance Parade, and if you are a movie aficionado, Tribeca Film Festival.
See one-of-a-kind street fairs, parades and outdoor performances, including Pride Week festivities, Mermaid Parade and Shakespeare in the Park.
When the parks heat up, our New York Philharmonic moves in. Lay a blanket in front of SummerStage or watch the Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks show.
With summer crowds starting to thin, take a stroll through Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival or HOWL! Festival of East Village Arts. Bryant Park offers free movie screenings.
Spend your Labor Day at Coney Island, Rockaway Beach and other sandy hot spots. Cool down at a bar showing the first tennis matches of the US Open.
Get your tickets to the Big Apple Circus at Lincoln Center, and as the trees begin to change color, change into a spooky costume for Halloween Parade.
Running or watching, the New York Marathon is worth seeing. Step away from the screen and experience the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in person.
Snap a photo of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. This legendary landmark signals the start of our self-guided walking tours and holiday window displays.