New York

Jun 18, 2019 - Jun 19, 2019

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As America's most populous city, New York City (NYC for short) is actually a collection of five counties or boroughs - Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island. Within the boroughs are hundreds of distinctive neighborhoods where the term "melting pot" comes to vibrant, boisterous life. New Yorkers trace their roots to more than 180 different countries, and their diversity is reflected in the city's architecture, cuisine, fashion, music and entertainment.

New York City Tourism

The skyline alone is worth the trip, with the Empire State Building serving as a guidepost for any newcomers afraid of losing their bearings while navigating midtown Manhattan. But New York is much more than its skyscrapers. In the 24 blocks of Museum Mile, you’ll find 9 world-class museums including the Met, the Guggenheim and the quirkily fascinating Museum of the City of New York. Fifth Avenue displays an array of flagship shopping venues include fashionista faves Tiffany’s, Saks,Victoria’s Secret, Prada and Louis Vuitton. Apple and Microsoft cater to the tech-savvy crowd.

New York City Hotel Deals

Haystack, meet needle finder. The New York City hotel rooms available on your travel dates and suitable for your budget are a few keystrokes away with Skyscanner's hotel search engine. Use the city map to pinpoint hotels near the attractions you want to see, or simply enter your travel dates and let Skyscanner pull up the cheapest New York hotel deals available during your stay.

What Do Hotels in New York City Cost?

Depending on their location, size, amenities and the time of year, hotel rooms in New York typically run from $50 and $900 per night in the off season and from $80 to $3,100 during October, when Indian summer weather brings hordes of shoppers and sightseers to the city. Whether you're traveling solo on a shoestring or bringing the family and ready to splurge, New York has the accommodations to match your wallet.

Does New York Have Budget Chain Hotels?

There are several budget hotels to choose from in New York City. And finding them with Skyscanner is as easy as narrowing your search down to price range and hotel brand. You'll find familiar economy hotel chains such as:

  • Holiday Inn Express
  • Best Western
  • Motel 6
  • Super 8
  • Red Roof Inn

Hint: As their locations move further out of Manhattan, their prices drop accordingly.

Does New York City Have Family-Friendly Hotels?

Many New York hotels provide cribs and play yards or arrange for baby sitters on request. For families with older children, the TRYP by Wyndham Times Square South features Family Rooms that sleep up to eight, with bunk beds for the kids. It's a 10-minute stroll from Times Square and the Empire State Building. The Bowery's moderately priced Sohotel offers a Deluxe Family Room that sleeps five, with a mini-fridge for storing doggie bags.

Can I Book A Hotel Near Central Park?

With Skyscanner's Explore map, you'll have no trouble booking a cheap hotel near Central Park or any other New York City landmark. Highly rated choices include the Park Hyatt New York, with an indoor pool and on-site spa, all within walking distance of Carnegie Hall. On Fifth Avenue directly across from the Park's main entrance is the five-star Sherry Netherland, with 50 individually decorated rooms and Harry Cipriani, the in-house restaurant where famous for its Bellini cocktail.

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What are travelers saying about New York?

9.8
Nightlife Lovers
9.7
Foodies
8.5
Art & Design Lovers
8.2
Adventure Travelers
8.1
Luxury Travelers
Member reviews (981)
Louisa Lawson
Louisa Lawson
5/8/19

New York has something for everyone, doable on a budget (much to people’s dismay) or as a total luxury. Plan your trip ahead of time, carefully selecting your restaurants and must sees before you travel will help make your time a lot better spent!

Fiona Mcmurrey
Fiona Mcmurrey
4/28/19

There is truly nothing quite like the rhapsodic pulse of Manhattan. For the artistically inclined I’d recommend the MOMA, Whitney, & Metropolitan Museum of Art as well as Lincoln Center for the operatic nightlife in all its incandescent glory.

Kunica Kosugi
Kunica Kosugi
4/6/19

It is definitely a destination to put on your bucket list. There's tons of places to visit and things to do. I'm already considering going back to do more things I missed.

Lindsey Dominguez
Lindsey Dominguez
3/28/19

Sure you can do the run of the mill tourist stuff or you can get a great air bnb and really see the city and all the food and culture is has to offer! No shortage of accidental adventures and things to see.

FAQs

The least expensive month is January, with an average of $151 per night. The most expensive month to stay in New York is September, with an average price of $324 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was $240 per night. This is 6% less than the average nightly price of $256 seen over the previous 12 months.
The nearest airport to New York is New York LaGuardia (LGA) (8.16 miles). Other nearby airports include: New York Newark (8.77 miles) Teterboro (9.81 miles) New York John F. Kennedy (13.09 miles) Morristown (22.24 miles) Westchester County (29.03 miles)

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