New York hotels in the city that never sleeps
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While New York is well known for its eateries, it is one of the most famous shopping cities in the world. The one block Macy's in Herald Square is perhaps the most famous department stores in the world, and a must see. Saks Fifth Avenue is the store to go for high-end designer and old-world glamour. There are hundreds of shops to choose from and prices vary.
New York is a hotspot of fusion food and cuisine from around the world and visitors can easily browse for anything from classic Italian food to Chinese cuisine, which are all right on the same street. Flavours and styles vary, and many of them, such as the bagel or the Philadelphia Cheese Steak are American classics. Those looking for something a little classier can consider the 21 Club for American cuisine, the Aquavit for Scandinavian, or the Del Posto for Italian. A stop for a famous New York hotdog is of course a must.
Major Points of Interest
With Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and Times Square, New York is one of the biggest tourist destinations in the world. New York's hotels like the Ritz Carlton and the Waldorf are symbols of old world luxury, and attractions on their own. Visitors can stop by one of many museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the Museum of Natural History, visit Grand Central Station and take a subway ride, or go on a ferry ride to Ellis Island.
New York City is the place to be for anyone who likes sports because the city is home to the headquarters for the NFL, Major League Basketball, Major league Baseball, the National Hockey League, and the Major Soccer League (Football). The four most famous stadiums include the Madison Square Garden, MetLife Stadium, Yankee Stadium, and Citi Stadium.
New York is the home of some of the largest conventions in the world, including Comic Con, the NYC Bike Committee, Romance Riot (a convention for singles), and literally dozens more. As a result, there are more than twenty high-end convention centres available, including the Jacob K. Javits Convention Centre, the Desmond TuTu Center, The Madison Square Garden Expo Center, and more, which each have plenty of New York hotels nearby.
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