With top deals on hotels in New York, you can take a juicy bite out of the Big Apple for less than you think...
You probably already know about the world-famous sights, numerous attractions, gastronomic delights and top-notch shopping. You might even know that the accommodation in New York can be eye-wateringly expensive. But you’re not panicking, travel-planning superhero, because you know that TravelSupermarket is the only destination you need to compare and book cheap hotels in New York.
With bright lights, iconic buildings and enough human energy to keep a small country going, it's no wonder that New York attracts millions of visitors every year.
Whether you’re a first-timer or a long-time lover of New York, finding the right hotel can feel like a challenge. But here’s the good news: there are options to suit most styles and budgets. A five-star pad on Broadway? You got it! A luxury downtown suite with views? It’s yours! A budget double minus the breakfast (because there’s an amazing deli next door anyway)? It’s your stay, your way, and TravelSupermarket is here to help you Travel Super.
New York is a city with something for everyone. Culture vultures will love visiting the many landmarks, while shopaholics can get their fix in world-renowned stores such as Macy's and Saks.
Sports fans can watch baseball games at Yankee Stadium, or basketball matches at Madison Square Garden, home of the New York Knicks. During the winter, they can visit the hugely popular ice rink at the Rockefeller Center.
For something a bit different, try a show at Carnegie Hall, have a moment of quiet contemplation at Ground Zero, or take the free Staten Island Ferry service for a great view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island (one of the best money-saving tips in this expensive city).
You can look for cheap holidays in New York on TravelSupermarket. Alternatively, use our super search and comparison powers to pull together your own break by booking cheap flights and hotels in New York City. Flights to New York arrive at one of the city’s three main airports: John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), and LaGuardia (LGA). Direct flights take around eight hours.
With excellent public transport and a spread of attractions, your ideal New York City hotel might not be all about location, location, location…
There’s no one area that is most convenient for visitors looking for New York hotels. Many of the major attractions in New York are in Manhattan, but this in itself is huge with different areas within it.
First-time visitors may want to stay in glittering Times Square. But beware: it can be crowded and noisy. So another area of Midtown Manhattan may work better for you if bustle and clamour are not your cup of tea.
Those with families or looking for a quieter stay could also search for hotel deals in the residential area of Greenwich Village. This has a more intimate feel than the rest of New York and boasts a number of quaint independent shops and restaurants.
Similarly, arty SoHo is another area that has a great selection of boutiques, galleries and museums. Foodie Chelsea and the hip Meatpacking District are home to the High Line - an elevated park full of wild flowers that affords great views of the city below. Cool, boutique hotels dominate the accommodation scene in this trendy area of Downtown New York.
Upmarket Upper East Side boasts five-star luxury, as well as easy access to the open spaces of Central Park and the masterpieces of New York’s famous museums.
If you want to avoid Manhattan, meanwhile, Brooklyn can be a good-value option. It has fantastic views of the iconic Manhattan skyline and many areas worth exploring, such as Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, and Williamsburg.
Just remember: while Brooklyn and Queens hotels are handy for LaGuardia and JFK airports, you might face a long journey to the heart of the action in Manhattan.
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There will be no shortage of things to see on your holiday in New York – the only problem you will face is fitting it all in!
Top five attractions
Empire State Building
Towering some 1,000 feet above Manhattan, this iconic Art Deco skyscraper offers two viewing experiences: the main deck on the 86th floor and the top deck, at a dizzying 102 storeys above ground level.
Visit the famous park and bob around on the boating lake, have a go on the carousel or just take a leisurely stroll away from Manhattan’s busy streets.
One of the biggest department stores in the world, shopaholics can spend hours wandering around and picking up presents to take home.
Staten Island Ferry
Taking a trip on the free Staten Island Ferry will take you right past Ellis Island and the magnificent Statue of Liberty. Get your camera ready!
Where better to watch a show than the world-famous Broadway? Whimsical musical or serious play, there’s a show for you in one of the dozens of theatres.
Here's our pick of three annual events you shouldn't miss if you’re in the Big Apple...
Central Park SummerStage; June - August; parks across New York: This music festival takes place in 17 parks in New York's five boroughs. It features numerous free shows and performances. Make sure you arrive in good time as demand is high and queues start early on.
New York Restaurant Week; twice a year (summer and winter); venues across the city: A favourite with foodies visiting the city, restaurants open their doors and serve up gastronomical delights for a fraction of the price.
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade; fourth Thursday in November; starting point 77th Street: This event has been running for more than 80 years and sees giant balloons, floats and performers making their way through the streets of New York. Hugely popular and attended by thousands, get out early to find a good spot to watch.