by Roam & Thrive

Top Tips for Choosing Where to Stay in NYC

Book Accommodation Early – Especially if you’re visiting during some of the busiest times of year e.g. Christmas it really helps to book early, also to be able to get better rates. Identify where you want to be – You probably already have an idea of how big New York is. It can take quite a long time getting from one neighbourhood to another, especially from parts of Manhattan to Brooklyn or Williamsburg so it’s a good idea to stay within walking distance of the things you want to see. If you’re on a serious budget time your visit for the low season

Where to Stay in New York City: Top  Areas & Hotels

Upper West Side

The Upper West Side is one of Manhattan’s most culturally rich areas and it’s full of beautiful homes that line Central Park, diverse businesses and many great cosmopolitan restaurants. Close to Midtown The Best Hotels on the Upper West Side Mandarin Oriental, Hotel Beacon

Flatiron & NoMad

NoMad and Flatiron essentially sit just below Midtown yet they don’t have the same commerical/touristy air to them. You still are, however very close to the best attractions of Midtown. When it comes to dining this area is also worth looking into. The Best Hotels in Flatiron and NoMad The Ace Hotel, The MADE Hotel, Freehand New York

Financial District, Lower Manhattan & Lower East Side

Yes, this part of town is the financial heart of the city but there are quite a few attractions in Lower Manhattan. In recent years there have also been more and more dining options in the area too. Staying in Lower Manhattan also means great access to transport links. The Best Hotels in Lower Manhattan PUBLIC Hotel, The Beekman, Nine Orchard

Soho & Tribeca

Known mostly for its art galleries, boutique shopping, dining and bars, SoHo is a buzzing New York neighbourhood for those looking for more than just New York’s biggest sights. The Best Hotels in Soho & Tribeca The Dominic Hotel, The Greenwich Hotel

Happy Travels!

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