Hotels in New York
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The Grand Nyc Apartments
New York 4 km from city centre
Located within a 5 minutes' walk from Empire State Building, The Grand NYC Apartments provides a shared lounge and free WiFi....
New York 1.1 km from city centre
In Manhattan, this Bowery hostel is a 3 minute walk from Little Italy and 7 minutes from Chinatown. The air-conditioned hostel...
Jazz On The Park Youth Hostel
New York 10.1 km from city centre
This New York hostel is located at a 2-minute walk from Central Park and 350 metres from the 103rd Street Subway Station....
Broadway Hotel & Hostel
New York 9.8 km from city centre
This hotel and hostel is located in Manhattan's Upper West Side, within 2625 feet of Central Park. The property has private...
New York 5.2 km from city centre
This friendly and simple hostel is ideal for students or guests visiting on a tight budget. It is located on Manhattan?s...
New York 4.1 km from city centre
Stanford Hotel is located 30 minutes from John F. Kennedy International Airport. Shuttle service and car service are available...
Tourism in New York
What is the city of skyscrapers par excellence? New York! There’s so much to see and do in this great emblem of the United States, your holiday won’t be long enough for you to finish getting to it.
The best way to discover the city is to walk along its most famous streets. See a show on Broadway, shop on Fifth Avenue, cross the Brooklyn Bridge on the pedestrian walkway and feel like a hotshot broker on Wall Street. Afterwards, you can stay in any one of the stupendous New York hotels.
You can do it all and eat just about anything in New York, for example, the famous hot dogs, available from any of the ubiquitous street vendors. Catsup, mustard, onions and—most of all—pure American flavour.
And you can’t visit New York without visiting the Statue of Liberty. It’s an icon! You can climb the stairs all the way up to her crown for a spectacular view of the famous New York skyline or you can take a ferry tour around the island on which she stands to take a few stunning photos of the immense 93-metre-high statue.