NYC Hotel Neighborhood Guides
With more than
300 hotels in the area, choosing one can be a real challenge. We broke the hotels down by area,
including the ones that offer the best prices
through the Expedia reservations network. We have
also picked out a few
good hotel picks in
the most popular areas of the city. Each area of the city has hotels that offer a unique style.
You can also find
New York hostels
in many areas of the city.
DoubleTree Metropolitan Hotel
A Unique Presence Among
Midtown Manhattan Hotels
With its ideal Midtown location
and classic look, the DoubleTree
Metropolitan is an address of
true distinction. Enjoy spacious
guest accommodations just steps
from Park and Madison Avenue
shopping, Broadway Theaters and
the list of guides on the right for direct access to
the list of hotels offered in each area.
Manhattan's Upper West Side is generally less expensive. Near Linclon Center and Central Park it is a good choice if you are looking to stay in a quiter area of the city. The Upper East Side can be very high-end expensive. Near the museum mile and shopping on Madison Ave, it is a great choice if you will be doing a lot of museum hopping.
If you are taking in a Broadway show or two and would like the convieniece of walking to the theater - the Times Square and Theater District offer many hotels that are budget so you don't need to break the bank. If you want to be in the middle of the action this is the place for you. Further east in Midtown
Manhattan is where many business travelers stay. there are many moderately priced lodging options that are located in this area, close to Rockefeller Center and many businesses it is a great choice. Central Park South area offer fabulous views of the park. Many historical landmark and luxury properties can be found in this area. The Murray Hill area offers some boutique type properties in a quiter residential area. This area has long been popular to many visitors and diplomats to the United Nations. If you are in town for a sporting event at Madison Square Garden there are many budget hotels in this area around Herald Square.
Further downtown in the
Flatiron District, or stay in some of the newer upscale hotels in the SoHo-Tribeca-Downtown area, near Little Italy and Chinatown. As Lower Manhattan rebuilds more there are some good hotel values downtown. If you in for business near Wall Street staying in Lower Manhattan can save you some travel time during the business day. If you are just passing through there are a few good choices of hotels near La Guardia and JFK Airports.
List of the Most Popular
Hotels for each NYC Neighborhood.