Located in Little Italy, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Italian American Museum and Children's Museum of the Arts. Museum of Chinese in Americas and Bowery Ballroom are also within 10 minutes.
This modern hotel is just 1 block south of Little Italy, 2 blocks from SoHo, and 4 blocks from Chinatown. The Canal Street subway station, 5 blocks away, provides easy access to Midtown Manhattan.
This Lower Manhattan hotel is in the trendsetting SoHo district and within 4 blocks of Chinatown, Little Italy, and Tribeca; a corner subway station provides easy access to other popular destinations.
Located in Little Italy, this apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of New Museum, New York University, and Federal Reserve Bank of New York. New York Stock Exchange and Brooklyn Bridge are also within 2 mi (3 km).
This Manhattan hotel is in the Midtown West neighborhood, 0.8 mile from Times Square and within one-half mile of the New Amsterdam Theater and Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.
This New York hotel is in the center of all the action, located in the cluster of Broadway theaters. The center of Times Square is 2 blocks away, and Rockefeller Center is a 3-block walk.
The budget-friendly Salisbury Hotel hotel offers a prime Midtown location just 2 blocks from Central Park and within walking distance of Times Square and Broadway theaters. Opened in 1931, this Neo-Gothic-style hotel is next door to the famed Russian Tea Room, a half-block from Carnegie Hall, and 7 blocks from Radio City Music Hall.
Located at the corner of East 45th Street and Madison Avenue, the Roosevelt Hotel, New York City, provides ready access to shopping, as well as Broadway theaters, 3 blocks away.
With its Italian heritage showcased by cultural institutions, and a culinary scene that's paradise for anyone who loves Italian food, Little Italy in lower Manhattan is one of New York's most appealing locales. Hotels near Little Italy put you in the storied stomping grounds of one of the nation's most influential immigrant groups, and amid filming locations for "The Godfather" movies. See how the diverse neighborhood of today embraces its heritage with nostalgic pride.
Little Italy was settled by Italian immigrants in the 1880s, and its buildings—together with those of neighboring Chinatown—comprise a historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Among the oldest buildings is St. Patrick's Old Cathedral, built in 1868. Discover the neighborhood's heritage at the Italian American Museum on Mulberry Street. The museum showcases the immigrant experience through changing exhibits, which include historic artifacts, photographs, and the works of Italian-American artists. Stroll to neighboring Chinatown, one of the oldest Chinese communities outside of Asia, and learn about the parallel immigrant experience at the Museum of Chinese in America. The vibrant communities of Tribeca, SoHo, and the Lower East Side are all within walking distance of Little Italy hotels, but if you want to venture further afield, consider convenient car rentals in Little Italy.
Little Italy's culinary scene is one of the most prominent vestiges of its Italian heritage. The greatest concentration of authentic Italian cafes, restaurants, and bakeries is around Mulberry Street. Various cuisines from Italy are represented, as are menus to suit a wide range of budgets. Little Italy also boasts a reincarnation of the first pizzeria in New York. There are also a handful of popular Mexican restaurants and some European-style coffee shops.
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