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Club Quarters, Wall Street - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$186

Club Quarters, Wall Street

52 William St, New York - Map
 
 
"Great hotel and great value. "
Was in NY City for a wedding and the hotel was a couple of blocks from the venue, what a great value. Room was quiet from outside noise and very comfortable. Restaurant was great for breakfast and had a nice bar. Would highly recommend this for value, location and comfort.
Traveller from Colorado
Club-like hotel in a prime location a block from Wall Street and NYSE. Walking distance to Bowling Green Park, South Street …More
The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City

45 E 45th Street, New York - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel, very quiet, good location. "
Long lines to store and pick up your luggage. The elevators were very slow. But other than that, it was a great experience. I would definitely stay there again.
Traveller from Ft. Myers, Florida
Located at the corner of East 45th Street and Madison Avenue, the Roosevelt Hotel, New York City, provides ready access to …More
70 Park Avenue Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

70 Park Avenue Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

70 Park Ave, New York - Map
 
 
"Great location but a bit disappointing"
I was expecting more from a Kimpton Boutique Hotel. Both because of the way the company promotes their brand and because I’ve stayed at one other Kimpton property. Loved the location, the eucalyptus infused towels available in the lobby, the free cocktail hour, and the comfy beds. Did not care for the nut shells and chips on the floor of our room, the absence of an exhaust fan in the bathroom which made for a steamy entirely mirrored bathroom, missing décor from the walls, and having to remind the staff that four guests had checked into the room but only two sets of towels were provided everyday (and, not a washcloth to be found in the entire hotel on the second day of our stay). In the end, for the Travelocity price I paid for the room, it was a good value for NYC. However, had I paid the full price for this room, I would have been more upset.
Traveller from Portland, ME
Combining a gracious neighborhood feel with a host of desirable amenities, this New York hotel is about 3 blocks from Grand …More
Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel

370 Canal Street, New York - Map
 
 
"Good location and reasonable price"
I was in town for the night and the hotel was reasonably priced and in the general vicinity of where I wanted to be. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice it was. The room was small but it was clean and well maintained. There was an air of luxury about it even though it was much less expensive than others in the area. The staff was helpful and the lobby well apportioned. I would highly recommend it and stay there again.
A Traveller
Situated in Lower Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood, this Sheraton is within a short walk of SoHo shops and nightlife …More
Wyndham Midtown 45 at New York City - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$192

Wyndham Midtown 45 at New York City

205 E 45th St, New York - Map
 
 
"Great location & room, friendly staff"
  I stayed at the Wyndham Midtown 45 for my first visit to NYC.  I originally selected this hotel for its location, price and reviews on several sites.   I was traveling specifically to attend the US Open in Flushing, and knew that I wanted a hotel near the 7 train. The hotel was also in a great location for sightseeing such as the public library, Bryant Park, Times Square, Broadway, Fashion district, Rockefeller Center and Central Park.   When we checked in, the concierge was very friendly and after some conversation, provided us with free internet for the first night.  We were surprised to find that our room had a full kitchen, with a stove, dishwasher and full sized refrigerator.  The room had a nice layout and did not feel cramped with the entryway, kitchen, typical-sized closet, couch and queen sized bed.   When we were ready to checkout the staff held out bags while we went to lunch and were very prompt about delivering our car and bags when we returned to leave.     We were very busy during our stay so we did not take full advantage of the room amenities nor did we have reason to ask much from the hotel staff.  I will definitely consider this hotel again, especially for an extended visit where I would benefit from having the full kitchen and nice seating area in the room.
magmel from Boston, MA
Wyndham Midtown 45 is a 5-minute walk from the Chrysler Building, and 8 minutes from Grand Central Station. Guests can walk 2 …More
The Paramount - A Times Square, New York Hotel - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$202

The Paramount - A Times Square, New York Hotel

235 W 46th Street, New York - Map
 
 
"Our visit to the Big Apple"
We went to NYC for a short vacation. We enjoyed our stay in the city. Weather was great and sights were enjoyable. Some crowds in Time Square during Friday and Saturday evening which is normal.
Traveller from North Carolina
Set amid Broadway theaters, this stylish New York hotel is a half-block from Times Square and half a block from Restaurant …More
DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan - New York City - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan - New York City

569 Lexington Ave, New York - Map
 
 
"Good location. Decent hotel for a good price."
Front desk went the extra mile to help with a problem, after some prodding.
A Traveller
This landmark New York City hotel is a short walk to shopping at Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdales, and in close proximity to …More
Americana Inn - New York Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$87

Americana Inn

69 W 38th St, New York - Map
 
 
"Cheap place to rest "
For the price, you can't really complain too much. It was a great location, 5 minute walk to Madison Square Garden, maybe 8 minute walk to Times Square. The shared bathrooms were very clean, never had to wait too long. Our room was very clean as well, but VERY small. The biggest issue was the noise, we faced the street and you can literally hear every single thing happening outside. Our first night was terrible, we didn't sleep at all - the car horns and traffic was so loud! We asked to change rooms but it was full. The second night we had ear plugs, and it wasn't so bad. If you plan on spending a lot of time in your hotel, this is not the place to stay. However, if you only need a place to leave your stuff and *try* to sleep through the noise, it's just fine!
Traveller from NY
This Midtown Manhattan hotel is 1 block from Fifth Avenue shops, 5 blocks from the Empire State Building and a few blocks …More
Tribeca Grand Hotel - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$239

Tribeca Grand Hotel

2 Avenue Of The Americas, New York - Map
 
 
"Good location but not Grand hotel - Just OK"
The hotel location in Tribeca worked well. I only stayed one night and traveled alone. The overall ambiance was just ok. Desk staff helpful. Room was on the 8th floor and relatively quiet. The lighting was poor and the room was dark except for a large lamp over the bed. The bathroom was clean but very basic. The bed was comfortable. I tried to order a glass of wine at the bar but the bartender was busy and not responsive. Finally left. The hotel was fine for one night but I would not want to stay longer than that.
Traveller from CT
Located between Manhattan's TriBeCa and SoHo neighborhoods, TriBeCa Grand Hotel is within walking distance of Chinatown and …More
Club Quarters World Trade Center - New York Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$232

Club Quarters World Trade Center

140 Washington St, New York - Map
 
 
"Club Quarters World Trade Center"
I enjoyed the hote n the view from my window. If I had to rate this hotel with most of the hotel I have stayed Inwould give this one a 10.
Traveller from new York, NY
Located near the Financial District, this club-like hotel is adjacent to the World Trade Center site and the 9/11 Memorial …More

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    New York City, New York Hotel Guide

    When it comes to accommodations, New York City hotels are some of the finest in the world. From luxurious, high-end accommodations with views of the Empire State Building to hip, modern establishments just steps from world famous Fifth Avenue shopping, you’ll discover all you ever wanted and more in the best hotels of New York.

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    Perhaps surprisingly, you can also find a number of fairly affordable hotels in NYC. This diverse city offers plenty of alternatives to the quintessential Manhattan high-rise hotel for those who would prefer unique urban charm. If you don't mind staying outside the city, you’ll find an even greater range of accommodations to choose in Newark, New Jersey or near JFK Airport at prices closer to mid-America rates.

    Hotel restaurants are typically high on the list of essential destinations in the Big Apple for locals, foodies and the average traveler. In fact, some of the top-rated eateries are found inside New York City Hotels. While getting a table at one can be a challenge, hotel guests are generally given preferential treatment. Discover the best of the culinary world and the city by dining on fabulous French cuisine with panoramic views of Central Park, or eating at a revolving rooftop restaurant serving seasonally changing “New American Cuisine” with spectacular 360-degree views from the heart of Times Square.

    If you’re looking for a romantic couples’ escape or a relaxing getaway alone, there’s no shortage of New York City hotels for you. Enjoy rooms in one of New York’s most desirable neighborhoods featuring wood-burning fireplaces, extra-deep soaking tubs and ultra-lush king –sized beds. Many of New York City’s finest establishments also feature spas offering everything from the ancient traditions of Japanese, hot stone or deep-tissue massage to bathing and steam rooms, beauty treatments and even private yoga sessions.

    No matter what your reason for traveling to New York City, you’re practically guaranteed to find a hotel that will perfectly fit your needs. Enjoy, and take in all this great city has to offer!

    Hotels in NYC

    If you're looking for a vacation destination that has something for everyone, you need look no further than the Big Apple. New York City has been called "the center of the universe," and it's easy to see why: It's the hub of American commerce, a major theater mecca, a museum buff's dream, and a foodie's paradise. New York City truly has it all, and with Travelocity, you won't have to empty your wallet to see it all: We've got great deals on hotels in NYC as well as flights into the John F. Kennedy or LaGuardia airports.

    Where to Go

    There's so much to see and do in New York City that it can be hard figuring out how to start planning your trip. Begin with the basics: What type of vacationer are you?

    • A Fan of the Arts: If you're into the performing arts, there's no shortage of must-see destinations in the Big Apple. Seeing a Tony-nominated Broadway play or musical would be a great experience, but if you're looking for something a bit more highbrow, check out the New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center or attend a concert of the New York Philharmonic. If moving pictures are more your thing, check out the NBC Studio Tour at Rockefeller Center. More of a visual arts fan? There's plenty for you, too, from the many galleries that line the streets of the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan to a plethora of major museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
    • A History Buff: New York City is rich in historical exhibits, from ancient artifacts to more modern events. The American Museum of Natural History is popular with adults and children alike; kids especially love the dinosaur exhibits! To learn about the American immigrant experience, take a ferry to the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Or to learn about more recent events, take a moment to reflect on a national tragedy and remember its victims at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
    • A Sports Fan: If you like baseball, no visit to New York City would be complete without taking the subway to the Bronx for a game at Yankee Stadium. But if you like your pitchers to hit, too, you could always go to a Mets game at Citi Field instead. Too cold out for baseball? No problem: New York City is also home to two NHL teams, the Islanders and the Rangers. If you'd rather see action on a basketball court than on the ice, perhaps you'd enjoy seeing a Knicks or Nets game instead.
    • A Foodie: New York City is one of the major food capitals of the world, and you don't have to blow your vacation budget to enjoy the flavors of the city. Sure, the city's restaurants have more Michelin stars than you can shake a stick at, from Per Se to Le Bernardin to Cafe Boulud, but you could also have a great meal at Peking Duck House in Manhattan's Chinatown, grab a burger at one of the Shake Shack locations around the city, or keep an eye out for one of the city's popular food trucks, like Korilla BBQ or Big Gay Ice Cream. If you're particularly hungry, you could even try sampling from the plethora of pizza shops all around the city in search of the best slice!

    Can't-Miss Sights

    Of course, you'll kick yourself if you don't take in some of the city's top tourist sights, the ones your friends will ask about when you get back home. If you're looking to stay in New York City hotels near the southern end of the island of Manhattan, it'll be an easy walk to have a look around Wall Street and pose for pictures with the Charging Bull statue in Bowling Green Park. Then, take the ferry to see the Statue of Liberty: If you plan your visit well in advance, you might even be able to get tickets to climb all the way up into Lady Liberty's crown!

    If you're planning to take in a Broadway show, you might want to look at hotels in New York City that are closer to Times Square. The eye-popping displays of billboards and lights will cause you to gape in wide-eyed wonder as you take in this famous area that's perhaps best-known as the home of the annual New Year's Eve ball drop. There are also plenty of interesting things to see at ground level, from retail stores to restaurants to attractions like Discovery Times Square.

    Visitors seeking relief from the bright lights of the big city should head north, where they'll find Central Park. Hotels in NYC that overlook the park won't likely be cheap, but the views will be amazing. And the views at ground level are entirely free: Take a stroll through this sprawling park and try to pick out the locations where scenes from your favorite movies were filmed, admire the many statues of famous figures strewn throughout the park, ride in a horse-drawn carriage, or just relax and enjoy the natural beauty; you'll find it to be a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple.

    Mark Your Calendar

    Obviously, there are plenty of reasons to book New York City vacation packages. It's easy to see that this is a great place to go: The only question is when. Hotels in New York City will tend to be cheaper in January and February, since that tends to be the quietest (and coldest) time of year, but you don't have to limit yourself to those months to find cheap hotels in NYC: Travelocity can find you a great deal all year long. Perhaps you'd rather see the city in the summertime, especially if you're hoping to get tickets to a game during baseball season. Autumn can be an alluring time of year: Vernon Duke even wrote a classic song about it, pointing out the beauty of the "glittering crowds and shimmering clouds in canyons of steel." When the weather turns colder, people from all over the country and the world flock to hotels in NYC to see the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Christmas time is also a great time to visit: Popular draws include the array of festive store window displays and the skating rink at Rockefeller Center.

    No matter what you decide to do in New York City or when you decide to go, with Travelocity, you won't need the bank account of a Wall Street tycoon to experience the Big Apple like a native New Yorker: Hotel reservations are simple and economical with us, and we can also find you great deals on flights. Get started booking your New York City getaway online with us today!

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