New York City is the most popular destination in the world, and for good reason. With first-class entertainment options, world-famous landmarks, buzzing street activity and nightlife, it is an epicenter of culture, diversity and excitement. Your choices are seemingly endless when it comes to hotels, which means deciding which hotel to book can be a challenge, as options range from hostels to ultra-luxurious global chains. IHG® can help you find accommodations that cater to your wants and needs while you explore what makes NYC so unique.
Things to See New York City is home to a multitude of world-renowned landmarks, so prioritizing your time during your visit is essential. For the ultimate sightseeing adventure, consider one of the hotels in Manhattan, home to the Empire State Building, Times Square, Wall Street and the 9/11 Memorial. Manhattan can easily fill your itinerary with must-dos, and a short boat ride across the harbor takes you to the Statue of Liberty. After a day of sightseeing, a stroll through Central Park is an excellent way to unwind.
Hotels in New York City New York City hosts almost 55 million visitors each year and offers an incredible array of destinations and attractions to explore. Regardless of when you go, where you stay or what you do, there are plenty of hotels to fit your specific needs, and by booking through IHG, you are assured a great stay while you explore New York.
Where to Stay When considering hotels in New York City, first choose your ideal borough, since each has its own character, advantages and charms. You may want to be closer to the multicultural cuisine of Queens or the tree-lined streets of Brooklyn. Midtown Manhattan is a prime location for visitors wanting to be within walking distance of Broadway plays or 5th Avenue shops, although they can be expensive. Luckily, there are many reasonably priced hotels inside and outside of Manhattan, and getting around is easy.
How to Get to New York City The New York City metropolitan area is served by three key airports: John F. Kennedy International Airport, La Guardia Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, which is only 15 miles from Manhattan. Those visiting the city by rail will enjoy the iconic Grand Central Terminal or Pennsylvania Station, the city's two main railway stations. Travelers with shorter stays may find New York City hotels near major transportation hubs more convenient and more budget-friendly.
The thought of getting around the city can be intimidating for first-time visitors, but traveling throughout the city and its five boroughs is surprisingly easy, thanks to the extensive Metro subway system. Along with its low cost and vast network of routes, the Metro is an efficient way to explore the city. In addition, you can easily hail a cab for a direct route to your destination.
Our all-suites hotel features suites with comfortable plush bedding, a fully equipped kitchens which include a refrigerator, stovetop, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, dishes and utensils, a spacious workspace and complimentary high-speed Internet access. This unique Candlewood Suites is an excellent and economical value compared to other hotels in the Times Square area.
The Holiday Inn Express Times Square is located in the heart of New York City, close to New York's best and most amazing attractions. Times Square, Broadway, Radio City Music Hall and much more are steps from our brand new hotel. Also, access to the subway is walking distance to the hotel.
The Crowne Plaza Times Square is a luxurious upscale hotel located in the heart of midtown Manhattan. Just steps from major corporations and the Theater District, the hotel is the ideal location for business and pleasure. All 795 of our guest rooms boast views of either Times Square, the Hudson River or the Manhattan skyline. This skyscraper hotel is a sleek oasis in the city that never sleeps.
After enjoying the complimentary hot breakfast, plan your itinerary with the free high-speed Internet access. Then, tour the city and see the sights and sounds of New York City, all without venturing more than a few miles from our hotel.
Welcome to the new Holiday Inn® Manhattan New York. This NYC hotel is 35 stories high with rooms overlooking the Manhattan skyline. We are conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan which is walking distant to many local restaurants and shopping. We offer complimentary high speed Internet, an on-site restaurant and a flat screen TV in every room. Enjoy your visit to New York when you stay here.
Our Guest Service Agents are bilingual and can assist you with many services including transportation, sightseeing tours, restaurant reservations, and more. No pool on site, however, a Guest Service Agent could provide information on a local pool facility.
Center yourself in the heart of the Chelsea Flower District at one of the most relaxing hotels in New York City. Our knowledgeable staff is available at all times to assist with any questions or requests and are true ambassadors of the neighborhood.
Holiday Inn Midtown-57th Street is a full service hotel with a large lobby bar and restaurant. Within walking distance to Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and major corporate headquarters, with Columbus Circle only two blocks away, we offer 600 oversized guest rooms (324 square feet) as well as 8,000 sq. ft. of meeting space and a complimentary on-site fitness center for hotel guests.
I was traveling all day. All I wanted to do was check into my room and order-in using room service. I was surprised to learn that they no longer offer that service! Thats astonishing especially when[More]
you have a restaurant right there. I was told that all the NYC hotels decided to end the service. However, I was treated well by the staff especially George the manager, Sandra E and Vanessa F. At the Brasserie I was taken good care of by Clare L and Travis. I was using our points for this room and I was told that breakfast was included by the phone attendant but it apparently isn’t the case at this hotel. That was one reason why I booked there. I explained that situation to George and he was kind enough to give me a breakfast voucher. I was happy about that!
The room was not as clean, there were no robes and it was not of 4-5 star quality. The furniture is worn and the bathroom sink wood was quite worn. BUT the bed was very comfortable and that is one of the most important things, right? So it was really pretty good. Finally - the real kicker was that I was charged for the room - not good! I had to use my precious time to clear that up. It was a bummer to have to sit down and write everything down on an email, then make phone calls and be put on hold because it was now 5pm Friday and probably the busiest time at the Crowne Plaza. All is cleared up once I spoke to the right person—George! - He's my hero. [Less]