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Hudson New York, Central Park - New York Hotels

Hudson New York, Central Park

356 W 58th St, New York - Map
3.6 out of 5 (5,746 reviews)
Pod 39 - New York Hotels

Pod 39

145 East 39th Street, New York - Map
4.2 out of 5 (6,008 reviews)
Row NYC - New York Hotels


700 8th Avenue, New York - Map
"A great location for shows, shopping, bars and re."
Had a great time , shopping, going to shows, dinning out and riding the double decker bus.
Traveller from Darwin, Australia
Wyndham New Yorker - New York Hotels

Wyndham New Yorker

481 Eighth Ave., New York - Map
4.0 out of 5 (11,791 reviews)
YOTEL New York at Times Square - New York Hotels

YOTEL New York at Times Square

570 10th Avenue, New York - Map
"Well thought out rooms in regard to size"
Handy to Times Sqare Unfortunately, a lift was out of order and a 5 to 10 minute wait was not unusual
A Traveller
Yotel is a first class hotel experience at an affordable price. Check in is all about efficiency. We have Kiosks that are …More
Orchard Street Hotel - New York Hotels

Orchard Street Hotel

163 Orchard Street, New York - Map
The Kimberly Hotel & Suites - New York Hotels

The Kimberly Hotel & Suites

145 E 50th St, New York - Map
4.5 out of 5 (1,285 reviews)
Pod 51 - New York Hotels

Pod 51

230 E 51st St, New York - Map
"The Pod New York"
The Pod has excellent presentation, is modern, open and inviting. However the night of our initial check in, we found the girl on front reception , not particularly welcoming, nor happy to pass on information to first time international visitors to New York. We had to book a bunk bed room with shared bath room for our initial 2 night stay as accommodation was scarce due to Papal visit and some international dignitaries being in town. We did find that this room was extremely tight for two adults with 2 large suitcases and 2 small carry ons. This was our final week of a month long US and Canadian holiday. One literally had to keep out the way while the other moved around. There are no coffee making facilities in the room but there is a safe. The room was extremely clean, neat and tidy as were the shared bathroom facilities. There is a Cafe on site to purchase hot cold drinks, light foods and alcohol. when we asked Reception about leaving our 2 large cases for 2 nights while we went on a 3 day tour again she was not helpful.
Traveller from Brisbane Australia
The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City - New York Hotels

The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City

45 E 45th Street, New York - Map
3.8 out of 5 (14,947 reviews)
The Paramount - A Times Square, New York Hotel - New York Hotels

The Paramount - A Times Square, New York Hotel

235 W 46th Street, New York - Map
"Small rooms in a Great location"
The hotel is well maintained and presentable with an amazing facade, only a 1 minute walk away from Times Square. Also located near food venues and a mini outdoor market. The staff were friendly an approachable. The rooms were clean, but very small. Australians note: in America a twin bed is a single, not a double! Overall 4/5
Traveller from Melbourne

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    Pocket Guide: Manhattan

    Wondering where to stay on your big trip to New York City? Why not Manhattan? This borough is where you’ll find NY’s most famous sights, including Central Park, Times Square and the Statue of Liberty. It also has incredible museums, bars, and restaurants. The smallest borough in NYC, Manhattan is also the most densely populated, and it’s definitely the centre of the action. Check out our full list of Manhattan hotels and join the 50 million plus people who flock to New York each year.


    Italian explorer Giovanni de Verrazzano was the first European to visit New York City, but the area wasn’t mapped until after Englishman Henry Hudson’s 1609 voyage. The Statue of Liberty was a present from the French in 1886 that became a symbol of the American dream as it greeted immigrants who arrived on Ellis Island from 1892 to 1954.

    Things to see and do

    Admire the view from the top of the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Explore one of NYC’s most famous landmarks: Central Park. Walk around on the Great Lawn, 55 acres of green grass that fronts Turtle Pond, and check out the Central Park Zoo, the Alice in Wonderland fountain and the Carousel.

    If you just can’t get enough landmarks, walk or cycle over the Brooklyn Bridge. Don’t forget Times Square, an intersection in Broadway’s theatre district with huge billboards lit up in neon at night. Sometimes called ‘The Crossroads of the World’, this place is packed with attractions, like Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum, Ripley’s Believe it Or Not and Times Scare – a year-round haunted house.

    Broadway is the world’s most famous theatre destinations, and there’s never any shortage of plays and musicals for all ages in one of the district’s 40 theatres. Manhattan is also the home of the massive Madison Square Garden arena, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum.

    Shopping and dining

    Manhattan has a dazzling amount of shopping at every kind of price range. Drop into the Manhattan Mall, the Rockefeller Centre, the designer boutiques and the hip bookstores.

    Restaurants are everywhere you look, from pizza parlours and all-American diners to gourmet burger joints, and places where top chefs thrill your tastebuds with their A-game cuisine.

    Getting here

    Book your cheap flight to New York and your Manhattan accommodation with us. It’s perfect if you’re in a New York state of mind. But first, you take Manhattan!

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