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Where to Store Luggage in Midtown West?

March 01, 2018

When you picture New York City, Midtown West will without a doubt be one of the first places to come to mind.

Housing all of the lights, noise, and busyness of Times Square, Broadway, and Rockefeller Center, Midtown is the destination most tourists flock to right off the bat. With Rockefeller Center, Sixth Avenue, Grand Central Terminal, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral being some of the world’s most sought-after sites, Midtown West boasts a celebrity status. The neighborhood isn’t just sightseeing, however: it also offers world-class restaurants and bars, including the Theatre District’s Restaurant Row and on the other end of the spectrum, Hell’s Kitchen’s bars and clubs. There is something for everyone to enjoy.

Take your taste buds on a journey by visiting the **Bouchon Bakery** in Midtown West. Owned by chef Thomas Keller, the bakery is on the third floor of the Time Warner Center across the street from Central Park. While implementing traditional French baking techniques, **Bouchon Bakery** loads up its display case every morning with everything from bread to handcrafted chocolate candies. Pastry options include tarts, flaky muffins, chocolate and coffee éclairs, chocolate bouchons, and seasonally flavored macarons. Especially popular is Chef Keller's famous TKO, a reinterpretation of an oreo cookie. Don’t miss this sweet spot! Check out more at https://www.thomaskeller.com/rock-center-new-york/bouchon-bakery/bakery.

Once you have filled your tummy and heart with amazing goodies, get rid of the guilt by running over to the Manhattan Plaza Health Club. Placed in midtown Manhattan, this 35,000-square-foot health club is home to one of the city’s most luxurious pools and a 75-foot pool and deck with a retractable glass atrium roof. The club offers a cardio mezzanine, two whirlpools, massage services, and five indoor-outdoor tennis courts on the rooftop overlooking the midtown skyline. Their classes range from Pilates and Zumba to Fight Club, which incorporates mixed martial arts and street-style self-defense. Day passes are available for non-members. For more info, visit http://www.mphc.com/.

Even though you are enjoying both of these places, make sure you aren't stuck carrying heavy luggage that can weigh you down and hinder your travel and fun. This is where Knock Knock City comes to the rescue. At Midtown West, we have a drop off location for any baggage or luggage you may not want to bring along with you on these adventures. If you are wondering where to leave your luggage or where to drop off your bags, there is baggage storage available for your convenience. Whether you are waiting to check into your hotel or Airbnb, there are places to store luggage in Midtown West.

Enjoy the city hands-free with our convenient, cost-efficient and secure location. We are here so you can be there.


Listed below are the names and locations of drop off spots you can visit:


MANHATTAN LUGGAGE STORAGE LOCATIONS

Luggage storage near Midtown West

Al Horno
Restaurant
417 West 47th Street, New York, NY, United States
http://alhornokitchen.com/

While storing your bags here, you can enjoy a healthy Mexican based meal while taking in various pieces of artwork as well. You are sure to feel fulfilled and happy after a plate at this restaurant.

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