Comfortable Hotel Accommodations Just Moments from the Hudson River
Sometimes the hustle and bustle of New York City can take its toll. If it’s time for a little peace and tranquility, a walk along the Hudson River is the perfect getaway. The Hampton Inn hotel near the Hudson River offers the ideal location for exploration. Next to Central Park, the Hudson River is one of NYC’s most cherished natural attractions. Take a stroll or jog along the waterline.
Head to Hudson River Park for a game of tennis or mini golf – you can even take trapeze lessons. Book a sunset dinner cruise under the Brooklyn Bridge and sail past the Statue of Liberty. Ask our Hudson River hotel staff for further details, or check out our suggestions below.
Hudson River Park
The waterfront Hudson River Park offers a tremendous variety of exciting and unique activities throughout its 550-acre expanse. You’ll find things to do here that you can’t do anyplace else in Manhattan.
From tennis, mini golf, volleyball and skateboarding to carousel rides, fishing, historic walking tours, boat building or trapeze lessons, Hudson River Park has something fun for people of all ages, interests and fitness levels.
Hudson River Park Events
Hudson River Park offers more than 100 free events each year – including free concerts, movies, dancing, music, boxing, educational events and more. To find out about events taking place during your stay at the Hampton Inn & Suites hotel, please visit the Hudson River Park Event page.
Hudson River Cruises
Imagine seeing the New York City skyline from a breathtaking new perspective. A cruise down the Hudson is one of the most entertaining and exhilarating ways to experience New York City. Glide past the Statue of Liberty. Cruise under the stunning Brooklyn Bridge. Marvel at views of South Street Seaport and the Financial District. Please stop by the Hampton Inn & Suites front desk to learn more about Hudson River lunch, brunch, dinner, cocktail, moonlight and more cruises.
The New York City Downtown Boathouse
The Downtown Boathouse offers kayak excursions for paddlers of all skill levels. Enjoy a 20-minute paddle inside the protected embayment in front of the boathouse or sign up for a kayaking class or four- to five-mile guided kayak tour. Boats, helmets and life jackets are provided, or you can bring your own equipment.
Hudson River Museum
The largest museum in Westchester County, the Hudson River Museum features exhibits that celebrate and explore Hudson River art, history, astronomy and ecology. Programs include lectures, performances, tours, hands-on workshops and regular community festivals that celebrate the river.