Official Partner of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®
Hilton is proud to be the official hotel partner of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®, a time-honored tradition that brings familyand friends together, just as Hilton has for more than 100 years by enabling travel and human connections.
The New York Hilton Midtown is the best hotel
on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Route!
There are many reasons to enjoy New York City during Thanksgiving, but the biggest draw is the Macy’s parade! If you are lucky enough to be in the Big Apple for this legendary Thanksgiving Day tradition, be sure to book a room at New York Hilton Midtown. With our great variety of Thanksgiving packages available, you can enjoy the impressive lineup directly from your own cozy guest room!
Top Reasons to Stay at New York Hilton Midtown During Thanksgiving
Location Location Location
The hotel is conveniently located along the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade route and there is no better place to rest your head and see the parade!
The night before the parade, families can walk from the hotel to the American Museum of Natural History to watch balloons get inflated.
The “inflation ceremony” is open to the public from 3pm
to 10pm the day prior to the parade.
Safe and Secure Viewing
With people vying for the best viewing spot along the parade route, having a private room quite appealing! Most viewing spots along the parade route are on a first-come-first-served basis. There are no designated seating or handicapped areas.
We will have a Thanksgiving information desk set up on Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, to help make your visit memorable and answer questions, along with our skilled concierge team.
Join us for a traditional Thanksgiving meal
Treat yourself to a traditional Thanksgiving meal with all of the standard fixings.
Do some holiday shopping, or check out the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center this Thanksgiving Day. Our world-class culinary team will take care of the cooking.
Did you know?
The Macy’s parade has been held annually since 1924.
It was suspended from 1942 to 1944 because the need for rubber and helium during World War II.