New York Sports Stadiums and Venues
Walk to Madison Square Garden in just seconds.
The Knicks and Rangers are across the street.
A city of fierce competition and unbreakable camaraderie, few cities have sports fans as passionate as those in New York. All across the five boroughs, hockey, baseball, football, and basketball bring people together in the stands, and very often to championships. If you’ve dreamed of seeing a game at Madison Square Garden or at Yankee Stadium, staying at Hotel Pennsylvania puts you right in the middle of your sports dreams. Additionally, there are countless places to buy official sports merchandise and sporting gear, making this your shopping dream as well. View some of our favorite NYC sports venues and shopping areas during your trip.
Home to the New York Rangers and Knicks, this historic location has a history unmatched by other American arenas. MSG has been wowing sports fans of all ages for years. Whether you team wins or loses, your visit to MSG promises to be a memorable one. For information on non-sporting events at Madison Square Garden, check out our dedicated Madison Square Garden page.
Other New York Sports Venues
The cheering of fans under the bright lights, the summer air, and the smell of sizzling hot dogs –awaits you at Yankee Stadium. Baseball in New York is taken seriously, and you’ll feel the intensity when you walk through the halls of the stadium to find your seats.
With its unprecedented sightlines, amenities, and comfort for sports fans, Citi Field is an open-air ballpark connects the Mets' National League heritage to the future and to the City through a number of unique design elements. It features natural grass and capacity for approximately 45,000 fans. A contoured seating configuration brings spectators closer to the field on all levels to provide optimal sightlines for a more intimate and entertaining experience. It's a short ride from Penn Station across from us!
Located in Brooklyn, the Barclays Center is an 18,000-seat multi-purpose indoor arena and is well-known for hosting basketball games, hockey games, conventions and concerts. It's a sort subway ride from Penn Station across from us!