This is not the place to be renting a car: parking is a headache while the subway and cabs are cheap and easy. And who could blame us for flocking to this wonderful city? With its fantastic bars and restaurants, irresistible shopping and gorgeous boutique hotels, New York is ever-evolving, ever with something new to show off. Browse the boutiques of NoLiTa, get your limited-edition trainers and vinyl in the East Village, take in art and culture in SoHo, see a show on Broadway and have a cocktail back in your boudoir.
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And that's just before dinner. This is truly the city that never sleeps. And nor should you. View hotel.
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See All Hotels. Book now. Another of the recent additions to the Long Island City hotel scene, The Boro opened in the middle of on a predominantly residential street a couple of subway stops into Queens.
Contemporary by design, guests arrive to a beautifully airy glass-walled lobby, where fresh pastries and good coffee are served alongside other continental breakfast offerings. A rooftop deck has expansive views of the growing Queens skyline nearby, as well as Manhattan and the iconic 59th Street bridge in the background. A small number of guest reviews have complained of rowdy rooftop parties, and problems heating rooms in the depths of a New York winter.
Although New Yorkers avoid nearby Times Square like Londoners shun Leicester Square, all the lights, cameras and action can make it a fun tourist experience.
A new boutique option in less-visited uptown Manhattan, the floor Edge towers over a hodgepodge of adjacent brownstone houses, apartment buildings and churches. The exterior is unexciting but the hotel comes to life in its 54 small-but-stylish rooms, complemented by splashes of colour, wood finishes and great views of the Hudson river to the north and the city to the south. The surrounding Washington Heights area, traditionally home to Latino communities — particularly those originating from the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico — is well worth exploring.
A good, new boutique choice in lower Manhattan — rebranded in from a previous incarnation as Be Hotel — Leon is well liked for its affordability, location and 40 stylish rooms with handmade furniture.
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The hotel is named after Leon Moisseiff, a Latvian immigrant and one of the architects of the nearby Manhattan bridge, and puts you close to the bars and restaurants of the Lower East Side and Nolita, but also on the edge of Chinatown. Visitors eager to stay in the heart of Manhattan should try to snag one of the bargain-priced rooms at this boutique hotel that opened in the garment district in Rooms are small but tasteful, with nice touches such as exposed brick, and smartly laid out, with storage space beneath beds.
Spyglass , the trendy outdoor bar at the top of this storey brick, glass and steel structure, has the same view south, as well as great cocktails and a limited, but inventive, mix of snacks and small plates to nibble at. Ground-floor restaurant David Burke Fabrick offers fancier dining. This article contains affiliate links, which means we may earn a small commission if a reader clicks through and makes a purchase.
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