Explore Top Finds near Your Renaissance Hotel

Top Finds

Hand-picked recommendations from around the world.

Looking for Chinese street food in London? How about boutiques in Long Beach? Or a pop-up speakeasy in Chicago?

Throw away the guidebook and get connected to what the locals know. Whatever you want to experience on your trip, we’re plugged in and on hand to help you explore the neighborhood.

Our Navigators have curated a list of some of the most fascinating ‘must do’ experiences from each of our Hotels’ neighborhoods.

We’ve collected memorable must-sees for every one of our destinations around the globe, giving you the inside scoop on the best each Renaissance Hotel location has to offer.


Mai Khao Beach

This is one of the few places in Phuket where you have a long stretch of beach all to yourself.
Address: Mai Khao Beach, Phuket, Thailand
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The Paley Center for Media

Tracing media's trajectory, the nostalgic archive revisits iconic moments like President Kennedy’s assassination and The Simpsons' debut.
William S. Paley played a significant role in shaping radio and television broadcasting in the 20th Century. The Paley Center for Media is at the forefront of the ever-evolving global media and examines its effect on society. They are curators of over 150,000 television shows, radio productions and commercials, as well as key events in history like Neil Armstrong’s voice clip from the moon. Listen to radio programs from back in the day or watch re-runs of I Love Lucy, a feat that promises a nostalgic experience for entertainment history buffs and television junkies. Visitors can also glance through their collection on their online database.
Address: 25 West 52 Street, New York, 10019, United States
Phone: +1 212 621 6800
Opening hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 06:00 PM
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The Paley Center for Media

Tracing media's trajectory, the nostalgic archive revisits iconic moments like President Kennedy’s assassination and The Simpsons' debut.
William S. Paley played a significant role in shaping radio and television broadcasting in the 20th Century. The Paley Center for Media is at the forefront of the ever-evolving global media and examines its effect on society. They are curators of over 150,000 television shows, radio productions and commercials, as well as key events in history like Neil Armstrong’s voice clip from the moon. Listen to radio programs from back in the day or watch re-runs of I Love Lucy, a feat that promises a nostalgic experience for entertainment history buffs and television junkies. Visitors can also glance through their collection on their online database.
Address: 25 West 52 Street, New York, 10019, United States
Phone: +1 212 621 6800
Opening hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 06:00 PM
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New York Vintage

Secondhand doesn't mean low-quality at one of New York's most exclusive 80s and 90s vintage boutiques, New York Vintage.
With innumerable boutiques lining up in Chelsea neighborhood, this upscale haunt is another feather in the cap of New York's fashion hub. If you prefer the classic 80's, you need not doubt your choice with New York Vintage. This popular store offers an exclusive collection of vintage clothing and accessories inspired from the 1980s and 90's style. If you have a few classic outfits or accessories from your mother's or granny's collection, get them here. If they are good enough, in-store buyers will appraise them for you. By merely watching the who's-who of tinsel town frequent this store, you can guess the price range of their stylish wear. But you're sure to forget the steep price after you are loaded with compliments! So step in and flaunt this luxurious look.
Address: 117 West 25th Street, New York, 10001, United States
Phone: +1 212 647 1107
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New York Vintage

Secondhand doesn't mean low-quality at one of New York's most exclusive 80s and 90s vintage boutiques, New York Vintage.
With innumerable boutiques lining up in Chelsea neighborhood, this upscale haunt is another feather in the cap of New York's fashion hub. If you prefer the classic 80's, you need not doubt your choice with New York Vintage. This popular store offers an exclusive collection of vintage clothing and accessories inspired from the 1980s and 90's style. If you have a few classic outfits or accessories from your mother's or granny's collection, get them here. If they are good enough, in-store buyers will appraise them for you. By merely watching the who's-who of tinsel town frequent this store, you can guess the price range of their stylish wear. But you're sure to forget the steep price after you are loaded with compliments! So step in and flaunt this luxurious look.
Address: 117 West 25th Street, New York, 10001, United States
Phone: +1 212 647 1107