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Located in Midtown, this hotel is steps away from Broadway Theatre and August Wilson Theater. Gershwin Theater and Radio City Music Hall are also within 5 minutes. ...
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Trendy, eclectic New York City emits an energy that few cities can match, with dashing urban beauty by day and an electrifying buzz by night. This vast, ever-evolving metropolis is a city in a hurry – a 24/7 cosmopolitan hub where the worlds of commerce and culture interweave and overlap. This is a place of soaring skyscrapers, bustling boulevards, serene green spaces and waterfront vistas. It's an immense, yet remarkably homely city that both locals and visitors hold in great affection.
Clinging to the crowded land masses of Manhattan, Staten Island and Long Island, the sprawling city uses every inch of space to accommodate the hopes and dreams of more than 8 million inhabitants. And then there are the thousands of visitors who arrive for sightseeing every day. That means you're never far from a hotel in New York, and accommodation in the city covers a huge range and a huge area.
Visitors come in search of the iconic landmarks – the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and Times Square – but it's as much about the atmosphere. The 'Big Apple' or 'The City', as the locals call it, may be crowded and chaotic, but it's also warm and inviting. Just as the city opened its arms to the world in the 19th century, the New York of today offers its own unique welcome. Experience the New York atmosphere at its most buzzing with a hotel in Manhattan, moments from the huge-name attractions.
Beyond the iconic skyscape, New York City is characterised by its melting pot of diverse cultural influences. From Little Italy to Chinatown, the Lower East Side to Chelsea, the city's neighbourhoods are outwardly different, yet linked by collective identity. Experience it yourself with a neighbourhood hotel in Little Italy or accommodation in South Brooklyn.
For the quintessential New York tourist experience, you'll want to climb the Empire State Building, visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, enjoy a stroll around leafy Central Park and watch a spectacular Broadway show.
In between the main attractions, you can wander block to block, soaking in the bustling big-city atmosphere, jump on a hop-on hop-off bus tour, or splash out on an elegant dinner cruise. You can see all NYC has to offer with a New York Pass.
New York City is famous for its high-end retail, from the designer outlets of Madison Avenue, to the upmarket SoHo boutiques and luxury Fifth Avenue flagships. Bloomingdale's, Tiffany & Co., Henri Bendel and Century 21 are well-known destination stores. Meanwhile, sports fans can enjoy a taste of big league action by taking in a game from the Yankees, Knicks, Mets or Jets, depending on the season.
When it's time to relax, head to a trendy wine bar or restaurant in the East Village, Lower East Side or Williamsburg. To make a full night of it, watch a live band or visit a club in bohemian Greenwich Village, or make your way to Times Square to see it fully lit up. Failing that, you can simply enjoy the plush surroundings of your chosen hotel in New York.
World-class cultural institutions are a highlight of New York City, with the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum of Art among the highlights. Performing arts are equally well-represented, with long-running shows including The Phantom of the Opera and The Lion King among the most enduring Broadway hits.
New York's underground scene is alive and well too, as you'd expect in the city of Andy Warhol's The Factory studio. For alternative arts, search for pop-up galleries, loft apartments and repurposed factory units off the beaten track. In the downtown bohemia of the Lower East Side and Chelsea you'll find everything from delicate Japanese sculptures to postmodern American painters and Himalayan textiles. There's always another Thursday night opening bash to attend, or a quirky exhibition from an up-and-coming artistic hopeful.
The city's huge popularity with tourists means hotels in New York can be more expensive than many destinations – but this is New York, after all. Still, you can find plenty of cheap accommodation in New York simply by venturing outside the most popular tourist centres in Manhattan. And if you have a little more budget it can be a price worth paying to stay in the iconic central areas of this supreme global city.
New York is packed full of superb visitor accommodation, from five-star hotels in Midtown West to quirky boutique hotels in Brooklyn. Many of the best hotels lie close to the main tourist attractions, such as Times Square, Broadway and the Empire State Building. But you can choose between luxury hotels in Manhattan, accommodation in Brooklyn and downtown holiday apartments according to your taste and budget.