Few cities on Earth have been as mythologised as New York. The incredible thing is that it actually lives up to the hype, and few people will forget the first time they lay eyes on that celebrated skyline. Seeing the hulking might of the Brooklyn Bridge or the Art Deco arches of the Chrysler Building right in front of you may just make those hairs on the neck stand up. Then there’s the culture of the city to explore. By day, you can wander through vast treasure troves of fine art and browse chic stores on Fifth Avenue, while come nightfall you can mingle with the hip crowds in Brooklyn’s bars, catch a glitzy show on Broadway, or take in live jazz in a sultry Manhattan club.
When it comes to planning holidays to New York, ebookers makes things easy. As well as letting you browse through numerous potential pads, we will also provide you with savings of up to 15% if you book New York flights and hotels at the same time. The question is, what part of the Big Apple appeals to you the most? For some, it has to be Manhattan, and this borough is certainly studded with sleek hotels boasting floor-to-ceiling views of the iconic skyscrapers. The still-bohemian Greenwich Village has its own appeal, while you can get a real taste of New York life by picking a pad in Brooklyn, which is known for its creative community and hip places to eat, drink and mingle.
There are more things to do in New York than you can shake a hot dog at. The city’s cultural attractions are legendary, and one of the biggest is the Museum of Modern Art, where world-changing works by the likes of Picasso, Van Gogh and Matisse will take you on a journey through modern art’s evolution. Look out as well for Pop Art classics by Warhol and Lichtenstein. Some may dismiss it as a too-obvious thing to do, but visiting the Empire State Building is surely essential for first-timers to the city, while any holidays to New York can only be enhanced with a tranquil walk through the vast, emerald oasis of Central Park. Look out for the delightfully whimsical Belvedere Castle amid the woods.
New York’s subway network runs 24/7, making it so easy to flit around Manhattan or cross into the other boroughs that make up the metropolis. Hailing a famous yellow cab also has to count as a rite of passage during New York holidays, while buses make for a convenient way to see the sights. You probably won’t want to drive around if you can help it, but hiring a car will come in handy if you’re going beyond the urban core.
Located in Central New York City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building and Rockefeller Center. Broadway and St. ...
Located in Central New York City, this hotel is steps away from Palace Theatre and Broadway. Times Square and Rockefeller Center are also within 10 minutes.
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