Love is all around! Romantic things to do this holiday season in New York City for couples

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Love is all around! Romantic things to do this holiday season in New York City for couples

From the last weekend in October until January 1 the popular cable network runs a seasonal block called Countdown To Christmas. 

This year, instead of watching a gift-wrapped romance on the small screen, why not create your own rom-com IRL? 

Where to stay 

From the last weekend in October until January 1 the popular cable network runs a seasonal block called Countdown To Christmas

What city is more magical this time of year than New York? The Big Apple has all the elements for a great love story. 

Like a scene out of “Serendipity,” The Benjamin Hotel – a landmark hotel in Midtown East – is offering an exclusive Central Park experience with ice-skating passes for two at the celebrated Wollman Rink and a carriage ride.

Upgrade the Wollman Rink VIP experience and you and your partner can have the entire rink to yourself for 30 minutes after it closes to the public.

Or, opt for the Early Morning Holiday Skate (with only 100 guests) before the rink opens to the public at 10:00am.

Not a skater?

Like a scene out of "Serendipity," The Benjamin Hotel is offering an exclusive Central Park experience with ice-skating passes for two at the celebrated Wollman Rink.

Sit back, relax and enjoy a complementary bottle of champagne on a private 60-minute horse & carriage ride through Central Park, taking in the iconic sights and sounds of the 843-acre gem.

Where to go  

The Benjamin Hotel is a landmark luxury hotel located in Manhattan's Midtown East. For reservations on this exclusive package, contact Nicole.George@denihan.com

Afraid of real horses? Walk across the iconic Brooklyn Bridge overlooking Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Statue of Liberty, and take a ride on Jane’s carousel located in Brooklyn Bridge Park. 

Built in 1922 by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, the 48-horse carousel was restored and donated to the park by Jane and David Walentas. 

Take a ride on Jane's carousel located in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Built in 1922 by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, the 48-horse antique carousel was restored and donated to the park by Jane and David Walentas

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