Manhattan, one of the five New York boroughs, is the epicenter of the erotic massage business.

Having said that, how well do you REALLY know this area?

One key piece of Manhattan’s history is the initial transaction. The Dutch purchased the land (New York City) from the Canarsie Native American tribe for $23.70!

Today, the island of Manhattan (also known as New York City) covers a span of 23.7 square miles and is worth over $60 billion.

In 1898, Manhattan became one of five boroughs of New York City. Since the 20th century it has undergone rapid growth and many major face-lifts. Manhattan has a wealth of cultural attractions and must-visit places.


What tourist attractions should you visit?

• Central Park

Central Park is a main attraction for all new visitors. In the mid-19th century, the 843-acre plot was transformed into a scenic attraction that includes: a tree-lined Mall, a picnic lawn, and wooded paths. Also, Central Park is America’s first landscaped public park

• The Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is a 1,454 foot tower that looms over the skyline. It offers 360-degree panoramic views. This Art Deco skyscraper was built in 1931. The American Society of Civil Engineers recognize the Empire State Building as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. To see the list, click here.

Visitors can go to the top of the observation deck (86th floor). In order to get the top of the Empire State Building, you must take a 25-minute elevator ride. Make sure to get tickets early, as the wait can be long.


One World Observatory

How would you like to climb 102 floors in 47 seconds to the top of One World Trade Center

One World Observatory is located at the World Trade Center and situated 1,250 feet off the ground. From the 14-foot wide rotating Sky Portal, It showcases Manhattan’s famous landmarks and attractions.

• The Statue of Liberty

Lady Liberty, as she is officially known, was a gift from France to the people of American in honor of America’s 100th birthday. The Ellis Island statue stands 305 feet tall and is a universal symbol of freedom.

The Statue of Liberty commemorates the 10 million plus immigrants that made an ocean voyage during the turn of the 20th century.

Other attractions:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art occupies 13 acres of Central Park and is home to some of the world’s most important art collections.

The 925-foot, 77-story Chrysler Building is the distinctive Art Deco architecture skyscraper on Lexington Avenue.

If you want to spot celebrities, head over to Rockefeller Center. The Rock, as it’s known, has 350,000 visitors daily.

The Iconic Hotels

• The Carlyle

Since it open its doors in 1930, the swanky Carlyle has accommodated well-known musicians, big name celebrities, diplomats, and presidents.  Also, Marilyn Monroe entertained the Kennedy brothers here

• Hotel Elysee

The Hotel Elysee was built in 1926, and named after a fancy French restaurant. It is a popular haunt of famous Hollywood stars. The legendary Marlon Brando once had a suite here. Thomas Lanier ‘Tennessee’ Williams, a famous playwright, who died in the Sunset Suite, is reported to visit from time to time.

• The Plaza

The Luxurious Plaza is located on the southeastern corner of Central Park. This was the site of Truman Capote’s famous Black and White Ball, and is also associated with F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby.

• The Roosevelt Hotel

Built in 1924, in midtown Manhattan, the Roosevelt Hotel boasts an iconic lobby that has been featured in many movies and TV shows. Some of the movies/tv shows include: Wall Street, Home Alone 2, Men In Black 3, and Mad Men.


How To Get Around

Manhattan has many efficient transportation options that range in cost and more than accommodate all commuters or visitors.

Buses, taxis and the NYC Subway compete with boats and a sky tram, for convenient and easy ways to travel from place to place.

After you check out all of New York City’s amazing attractions, make sure to make time to book an erotic massage in Manhattan.