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Luxury hotels in New York reign supreme in fashion-focussed SoHo. Browse art and fashionista-spot the day away – then trot over to the fluttering lanterns and steaming dim sum of Chinatown.
If you’re in the city on business, the shiny state-of-the-art hotels in New York’s Financial District are a smart move. But if it’s NYC’s thumping nightlife you’re jetting in for, try TriBeCa or the Lower East Side, both laden with hip hangouts and buzzing eateries.
If you have the cash for five-star accommodation in New York or a four-star New York hotel and fancy plonking yourself amid rich folk and swanky boutiques, nab a spot in the Upper East Side. It’s peaceful, super pretty and close to Central Park. But be prepared for a bit of a jaunt to get to the other attractions.
Harlem may appear a touch shabby around the edges, but if you’re keen on experiencing the heart of NYC’s African-American culture, this is the place to be – it’s kinder on the wallet too.
Brooklyn can also be more budget-friendly than Manhattan. It offers some awesome restaurants, independent shopping and some of the best cheap hotels in New York.
Check out hipster haven Williamsburg in Brooklyn where you’ll find a number of decent three-star New York hotels and family hotel options among the city’s budget hotel scene. Stay between June and August 2016 and you’ll also have Celebrate Brooklyn! Right on your doorstep, offering an array of outdoor concerts and free family events.
Greenwich Village retains its 1960s boho roots, plus a mellow mix of brownstones, jazz dens and fine food. Shake all this up with a generous dose of funk and you’ve got East Village’s edgy bars and arty hangouts.
Chelsea is a solid bet for those who want to be within easy reach of the action but not slap-bang in the middle of it.
If it’s full-on buzz you’re after, and don’t bat an eyelid at noise and premium prices, there’s no better location for hotels in New York than Times Square and the surrounding Midtown. Just south of Central Park, this area flashes with the neon of Times Square, the glitz of Broadway, and is home to architectural giants such as the Rockefeller Center and the Empire State Building.
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