A Rainy Day in New York was filmed in New York in the United States of America.
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
Scene where Ashleigh is completely soaked after leaving the apartment of Francisco Vega in a hurry.
Scene was shot Hotel Plaza Athénée is a 5-star hotel in New York City. It has 143 guest rooms which range from $725 to $10,000 per night. The hotel was built in 1984. It is owned by the Thai billionaire, Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi.
GPS: ['40.766487121582', '-73.9684066772461']
The Bowery Hotel
Scene where Ashleigh just had the interview with Roland Pollard and that she is invited for the screening of his latest film. She tells Gatsby he gave her a scoop.
Scene was shot The Bowery Hotel is a hotel in the East Village in New York City, which was founded, developed and conceived of by the nightlife and hospitality impresario Eric Goode. The scene at fictional Wooster Hotel, where Ashleigh goes to interview director Roland Pollard, was shot at The Bowery Hotel in the East Village. As the filmmakers couldn’t interrupt the comings and goings of the hotel guests, production designer Santo Loquasto and his team built a hotel facade on a different street, and created their own lobby in the floor directly above the real one. “I used their furniture, and I made it more like their lobby,” Loquasto says. “We also used a lot of Oriental carpets and Orientalist knockoff paintings that we hung everywhere. We wanted to have a kind of 19th century hip look.“
GPS: ['40.7260284423828', '-73.9916229248047']
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met)
Scene where Gatsby and Shannon visit the museum.
Scene was shot The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City (The Met) is the largest art museum in the United States. In 2018 it was the third most visited art museum in the world with almost 8 million visitor at their locations. Its permanent collection contains over two million works, divided among seventeen curatorial departments.
GPS: ['40.779167175293', '-73.9627075195313']
Scene where Gatsby runs into a friend who asks him if he want to be in his movie.
Scene was shot Minetta Street is an old street in Greenwich Village, New York. The Mexican restaurant you see in the movie is also there in real life: Panchito mexican restaurant.
GPS: ['40.7299156188965', '-74.0012969970703']
Scene where Gatsby and Shannon meet each other at the Delacort Clock in Central Park.
Scene was shot On June 24, 1965, the clock was officially unveiled before a large crowd of spectators and dignitaries, including Parks Commissioner Newbold Morris, former Parks Commissioner Robert Moses, and Manhattan Borough President Constance Watley. The Delacorte Music Clock, located near the Children's Zoo and Wildlife Center, is a great attraction for kids. Each day between eight in the morning and six in the evening, the clock--now digitally programmed--plays one of thirty-two nursery rhyme tunes on the hour. On the half-hour, the mechanical performance is a bit shorter. The animals rotate on a track around the clock and each also turns on an axis. The Music Clock was modeled after the musical clocks that George T. Delacorte saw while travelling in Europe. The whimsical, bronze animal sculptures that adorn the Clock were created by sculptor Andrea Spadini, and include a goat playing the pipes, a kangaroo playing horns, a penguin on drums, a bear with a tambourine, and a hippo playing the violin.
GPS: ['40.7680587768555', '-73.9710998535156']
Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle Hotel
Scene where Gatsby and Ashleigh finally meet again in the bar where Gatsby has been playing the piano.
Scene was shot Named in honor of Ludwig Bemelmans, the creator of the classic Madeline children’s books, Bemelmans Bar is a timeless location that continues to attract socialites, politicians, movie stars and moguls with its extensive drink menu and nightly live entertainment. The Bemelmans Bar is decorated with murals depicting Madeline in Central Park painted by Ludwig Bemelmans. Bemelmans is the namesake of the bar, and his murals there are his only artwork on display to the public. Instead of accepting payment for his work, Bemelmans received a year and a half of accommodations at the Carlyle for himself and his family.
GPS: ['40.7744255065918', '-73.9631652832031']