Apart form the hotels located in Midtown West and East, Upper West and East Side and Murray Hill there are a host of fabulous New York City hotels in other areas. Click on the area you are interested in to get more information on the New York City hotel listings as well as additional information on the attractions in that specific area.
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Chelsea is an area of Lower Manhattan which stretches from 30th Street to 14th Street major attractions in this area include Chelsea Piers, Union Square and Madison Square Garden. Chelsea is home to a thriving gay scene and boasts an array of fantastic restaurants, theatres and nightclubs.
On the other side of Madison Square Park lies the heartbeat of the city's fashion industry, New York's Garment District. When booking New York hotel accommodation in this area you will have easy access to a host of attractions including some of the best shopping the city has to offer. Click here for a map of the Garment District Chelsea, New York.
New York's Financial District is located at the southern tip of Manhattan and is home to some of the world's most powerful financial institutions. Apart from the fantastic New York City hotels in this district you will have access to some great restaurants, shops and attractions. Financial District attractions include Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange, Trinity Church, Battery Park, the Staten Island Ferry Terminal and South Street Seaport. Click here for a map of the New York Financial District.
The Flatiron District is situated between Chelsea and Gramercy and takes its name from the leading attraction, the 20 storey Flatiron Building. A once neglected section of NYC the Flatiron District has experienced a bit of a renaissance, you can now browse trendy shops, enjoy fine dining and take in some of the most magnificent roman, gothic and classical architecture on offer. When booking New York hotel accommodation here you will have easy access to the following fantastic attractions: the Flatiron Building, Gramercy Park, the New York Public Library and the Empire State Building.
Less then 1 square mile, the Garment or Fashion District is in the area between Fifth and Ninth Avenues, from 34th to 42nd Streets. It's named the Garment district for its large concentration of fashion-related businesses and uses.
Greenwich Village is fast becoming one of the most desirable areas to live in, home to artists and designers the area is packed with cafés, bars, galleries, studios and theatres. Attractions include Washington Square, the Provincetown Playhouse and Cherry Lane Theater. Booking a New York hotel stay in this area is a must if you are looking for something away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Click here for a map of the Greenwich/West Village Meatpacking District, New York.
Within Little Italy and Chinatown are places like Federal Plaza, the Financial District and Wall Street. To unwind – or start the day off with some shopping – the mysterious Chinatown and the interesting Little Italy and Canal Street shopping.
Walk along the narrow, cobblestoned streets in Little Italy under the fire escapes of 1900's tenements. You'll be enticed by the sights, sounds and smells of Italian cuisine and culture. Click here for a Little Italy/Chinatown New York Map.
Built by immigrants the Lower East Side is rich in culture and history. Its inhabitants are as eclectic as its attractions which include the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, Seward Park and the Eldridge St. Synagogue. Choosing a New York hotel in this area will expose you to an array of cuisine as restaurants offer everything from traditional German to Italian and African cuisine. Click here for a map of Lower East Side, New York.
Murray Hill, New York City stretches from 34th Street to 42nd Street on Manhattan 's east side. Home to a host of fantastic attractions Murray Hill in New York is one of the city’s trendiest areas; a eclectic mix of historic, Art Deco and Art Moderne apartment buildings, Murray Hill offers something for everyone.
Murray Hill in New York City is famed for its multitude of diverse entertainment and restaurant offerings. In this area you will find anything from Italian and French to smoky bars and classy lounges. Some of the greatest attractions in the Murray Hill New York include Crane Lake Camp, the Guggenheim Museum, Bryant Park, the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station, the New York Public Library and the Empire State Building. Click here for a map of Murray Hill, New York.
A short walk from Chinatown lies trendy SoHo. Definitely the cities hippest district attractions include pavement art, designer stores, studios, galleries and some landmark attractions like the New Museum of Contemporary Art and the Guggenheim SoHo.
Tribeca lies just west of SoHo and is just as trendy with more stunning buildings, galleries and sumptuous restaurant offerings. Apart from the numerous New York City hotels in the area Tribeca boasts several fantastic tourist attractions including the Clocktower Gallery, Washington Market Park and Robert De Niro's Tribeca Film Center. Click here for a SoHo/Tribeca New York Map.