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Hotels in New York City

Hotels in New York

New York City hosts some of the world’s most fascinating hotels. From historic greats like the Plaza Hotel and Waldorf-Astoria to more modern takes, every place to stay is a bona fide adventure in the Big Apple. With tons to see in NYC itself, hotels in New York attract millions of visitors every year, and for good reason.  NYC hosts an incredible amount of culture, incredible people, incredible food, and incredible accessibility. There’s always a way to get exactly where you need to be, regardless of where that is. Make this fascinating landmark your vacation destination this trip, east New York or west, call one of the New York City hotels home.

4 Star Hotel Very Good 4 from$ 345

Conveniently located next to the train station, the Grand Hyatt New York prides itself on offering only the best amenities and services. It has its own restaurant with foods that come from Western Europe, and a Market that sells gourmet meals designed to eat on the go. The 24-hour business section and 60,000 sq feet of meeting space are perfect for guests who still have to work while on vacation. Comfort is also a good descriptor for the Grand Hyatt New York. The Hyatt Bed has pillow-top mattresses and thick down comforters adorning each bed so that every night is filled with sweet dreams. ... more View Hotel Photos

3.5 Star Hotel Excellent 4.5 from$ 296

New York’s Hilton Garden Inn Times Square pleases guests desiring accommodations near the famous Radio City Music Hall or the theater district. This hotel overflows with complimentary amenities. Wake up each morning to a free cup of Starbucks coffee, have a USA Today newspaper delivered right to your door each weekday, make use of the fitness gym, or conduct your job in the 24-hour business quarters. When you’re ready to eat, stop by the Pigalle Restaurant, the XVI Rooftop Lounge, or the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry. Dining in is possible thanks to evening room service. ... more View Hotel Photos

4 Star Hotel Very Good 4 from$ 331

Rich in history, the Park Central New York once accommodated First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. The hotel is in the east side of downtown New York, was created by an inspiration of the famous NYC Park, and is a combination of the past and present. Hotel amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness gym, a grab-and-go food market, and a restaurant for enjoying all three daily meals and a few nighttime cocktails. Business guests can arrange to make use of one of the 11 meeting rooms, or the ballroom, which can hold up to 500 guests. High-speed wireless Internet access is also available throughout the hotel.  A three star hotel that ranks as one of the best around. ... more View Hotel Photos

4 Star Hotel Good 3.5 from$ 509

Are you looking for hotels in New York near Radio City Music Hall and the Broadway Theater District? Take a closer look at New York Hilton Midtown. In addition to welcoming families, the hotel also caters to pets with a number of pet-friendly guest rooms. Attractive amenities at this hotel include the Minus5 Ice Bar, a gift shop, the Lobby Lounge, a fitness area, an impressive 151,000 sq feet of meeting space. The New York Hilton Midtown also offers the Herb N’ Kitchen, which specializes in brick oven pizzas.  With a five star guest rating, this hotel satisfies all.   ... more View Hotel Photos

4.5 Star Hotel Very Good 4 from$ 350

If you are looking for hotels in New York that are right in the heart of Times Square, then you want to book at a room at the New York Marriott Marquis. This hotel has three restaurants for your dining pleasure and a fitness center to keep you in shape. Business travelers will be impressed with the 55 meeting rooms, full-service business center, valet parking, and wireless Internet, which is free in the lobby and other public locations within the hotel. ... more View Hotel Photos

2.5 Star Hotel Average 2.5 from$ 129

Situated directly across from Penn Station, Hotel Pennsylvania is known for its affordable hotel rooms. Guests can book a wide variety of hotel rooms, including rooms that have three or four twin beds. The hotel provides guests with four different dining options and access to Bally Total Fitness, which is next door to the hotel. Executive travelers can take advantage of the Penn 5000 Club, which gives members access to the Penn 5000 Lounge and all of its perks. You’ll especially want to take this deal if you have a meeting or show going on in the Penn Plaza Pavilion Exhibit Hall.  Just east of 42nd street near Soho.  ... more View Hotel Photos

4 Star Hotel Good 3.5 from$ 349

Home to the Millennium Conference Center, the only IACC-accredited New York meeting space in Manhattan, the Millennium Broadway Hotel – Times Square has what every business traveler needs to succeed. This includes spacious guest rooms with oversized work desks, fitness rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, and 43 function spaces. All guests have access to Restaurant Charlotte and the Charlotte Bar and Lounge for a delicious meal and a refreshing cocktail. Nearby attractions, such as the shops on Fifth Avenue, are just a few feet away from the hotel’s front door.  Located just west of 42nd street in NY.  Rated by Guests four stars for customer service.   ... more View Hotel Photos

3 Star Hotel Excellent 4.5 from$ 107

One of the few hotels in New York to offer guest rooms with two queen beds, the Hampton Inn Times Square North also provides free high-speed Internet access to its guests. The complimentary amenities don’t stop there. You will also enjoy around-the-clock coffee and tea in the lobby, a hot breakfast or Hampton Inn’s On The Run Breakfast Bags, and access to 24-hour fitness. Also on-site is a business room for guests who need to complete work while away, and a gift shop for small food items and souvenirs. ... more View Hotel Photos

4 Star Hotel Very Good 4 from$ 499

Designed by talented master architect Morris Lapidus, the DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan – New York  is a site to see. This lavish hotel features a beauty salon, barber shop, 24-hour fitness center, and a gift shop. If you don’t feel like going out, dine in the on-site restaurant that serves breakfast, and at night head to the the Met Bar. Hold a meeting in 12,000 square feet of event space. The actual location of DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan is just as attractive as its many amenities. Just a short walk outside of the hotel you have access to the theaters, Radio Music Hall, New York’s famous Park, and Rockefeller. ... more View Hotel Photos

4 Star Hotel Very Good 4 from$ 197

Focusing on providing guests with an environmentally friendly place to stay, the Wyndham Garden – Manhattan Chelsea West is close to many exciting New York attractions. Guests can visit Yankee Stadium, stop by the shops on east Fifth Avenue, or catch a show. Back at the hotel, guests are free to dine at the Tre Stelle for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, or order room service. The hotel also sports a business room and high-speed wireless Internet is available throughout. ... more View Hotel Photos

Hotels in New York Travel Guide

New York City is something of a national American icon. It’s known informally as “the city that never sleeps”, a kind of cultural bastion for the poor and huddled masses its own Statue of Liberty oversees. It’s a place that’s anything you want it to be. It wears an infinite number of hats. It’s a home to millions, a vacation getaway to millions more, a workplace, a nightclub, an anything. It’s where Central Park, Times Square, and Wall Street. It’s one of those places you should see at some point before you die, and with hotels in New York suitable for visitors of all types, there’s never been a better time.

Getting to New York City

As one of America’s most popular destinations, getting to New York City is pretty simple. It’s an expansive place, and whether by train, plane, or car, it’s not too hard to stumble into.

There are two major airports in NYC: John F. Kennedy International Airport and Laguardia International Airport. Other airports surround the city and are generally a quick cab ride from New York City proper.

While air travel’s traditional, there are tons of other choices in terms of getting to NYC. Train travel is a historic favorite.  The Terminal has been around for hundreds of years, and still operates today; it’s worth seeing on its own, so why not travel through it? Amtrak trains also pass through Penn Station every day.

Traveling by car can be difficult, but it’s still a viable option if you play it smart. It’s probably better to take a bus though; parking can be a challenge in New York. There are tons of bus lines with incredibly affordable rates, fortunately.

Getting Around

Getting around is something New York makes incredibly simply. There’s a ton of public transportation options, all typically very affordable. They’re designed to encourage environmental protection and cut back on traffic.

Buses and subway service are handled by the same company here. With traveling expenses handled through a single card, there’s no need to worry about credit or carrying wads of cash. NYC makes it easy to grab your transportation card and get anywhere you can’t get by walking.

There’s also cab service. New York cabbies are renowned worldwide for their driving ability, and for good reason. Rates are reasonable, as well, ensuring more of your money stays in-pocket.

Arts and Entertainment

NYC is an entertainment powerhouse. From Madison Square Garden to Rockefeller Center, the city that never sleeps extends its insomniac nature to music, art, and so much more. From sampling the local talent in terms of painters to hearing the latest and greatest performers, there’s no shortage of excitement to experience in NYC’s artist culture.

Several music scenes new and decades-old, New York City is an art-lover’s paradise.  Start your search for entertainment at Times Square. Times Square is close to the very popular Broadway and off-street theater shows. While the prices of many Tony award-winning shows can seem too extravagant for some tourists, many shows sell off a percentage of tickets through a lottery system. Put your name in the hat and cross your fingers.


New York City is famous for its nightlife scene, and it’s really not hard to see why after a quick glance at all the excitement it has to offer. NYC isn’t one of those towns where you struggle to find something to do after hours. In fact, your greatest challenge will be deciding where to spend the evening.

There are breweries and beer pubs. There are clubs and dance halls. There are Jazz cafes and bars. Many hotels in New York have on-site lounges, too. Basically, anything you can think of to do at night, New York City can accommodate. It’s a great place to stay if you’re looking to let your inner night owl out into the streets.


New York City is a paradise for the hungry. Some of the country’s only Michelin Star-winning eateries reside in the Big Apple, standing side-by-side with kebab huts, New York pizzerias, and bagel shops. Whoever you are, whatever your tastes, New York can cater to them gloriously. Yearly dining weeks offer the city’s finest eats at incredible bargain. Definitely check them out if you’re on a budget. Several of the city’s restaurants have been featured in world foodie magazines, highlighting the inventive, exciting nature of New York cuisine. No matter what you’re in the mood for after your night on the town, there’s something delicious waiting for you here.


There’s an evocative image featured in many a movie set in New York City: a woman barreling out of a clothes shop, arms full of bags. Think of Audrey Hepburn gazing at the glittery jewels in the hit Breakfast at Tiffany’s. This is the reality in the city; it’s a veritable shopper’s paradise. Many retailers have their most exciting, experimental boutique stores set up to line the city’s streets. From the three-story Toys ‘R Us located in Times Square to clothing stores a size equal to what a small town might call a “mall”, there’s unlimited fun to be had on your next retail venture here.

Even if shopping isn’t quite your thing, history buffs should get a kick out of the history behind New York’s shopping district. In many ways, they made the city great.

Famous Hotels in New York City

The Waldorf-Astoria is one of the world’s most famous hotels, and a staple of New York City culture. Featured in the first Hollywood movie shot outside of Hollywood, Weekend at the Waldorf, this place has earned its namesake as one of New York City’s grandest, most opulent buildings, hotel aside. From marble finishings to an art-deco style that can’t be replicated anywhere else, this hotel is worth the price of admission.

As the setting of several movies, most Americans have seen the interior of the Plaza Hotel without having ever actually been there. It was originally a collection of apartments for the financial elite, but stands today as a great example of extravagance taken to new heights.

There’s even more famous names in New York City, from the Algonquin Hotel or the Hilton Midtown to even Crowne Plaza Times Square. These hotels in New York are all an adventure of their very own.

Nearby Attractions

This great city’s attractions list is a mile long, featuring literally hundreds of things to see, far too many to feature in this short guide. From famous national landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and Central Park to harrowing reminders of the past like Ground Zero and Freedom Tower, there’s no shortage of fascinating sights to see in New York City. One could argue the city itself is a sight. Add in the New York Yankees, Knicks, and Giants games taking place in local stadiums and arenas. NYC is massive – so fantastically massive it’s virtually impossible to see it all in a lifetime, let alone a single trip.

By Rob Bruce

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