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The cost of NYC is why I will never take my family back. It is not a place for a family of five to stay even for a short time unless you are willing to pitch out major money for things like food, and also good sized hotel rooms for everyone to have a place to sleep.
It is a culture shock for sure, if you go in the winter, wear layers, if you go in the summer definitely don't, the weather is intense at times, don't underestimate it. Uber works fabulous for the city, super cheap and if you use it right you can get a great deal of free rides. Some places I would recommend Chelsea Market if you like something more off the beat, The Grand Slam in Times Square if you are looking for some insanely cheap tourist items, and the garment district if you enjoy driving past some beautiful windows filled with handmade dresses, and bulk supplies of fabric, beads, etc.
Bryant Park from late October on is filled with beautiful glass houses that are all lit at night and you can find some awesome vendors unique in every different craft. Some good food places here are Pickle Me Pete's and Oops. I love NY, I have been coming once a year since graduation from college.
There is always something new to do and every time I go I stay longer and spend less. Learn from the locals and get a Metro cards, if I did nothing else I wore good walking shoes and I loaded up my Metro Card.
Enjoy your time here, the city that never sleeps and neither will you since you want to do everything and most things are open LATE. You have to try the Dessert Bar-Spot. They have many locations. I never ate out of a planters pot before, but I liked it! I love the Village, Harlem and Broadway. I love to walk and see the sites and you have to go to the museum. There is so much rich architecture and history here, there is never a dull day in NYC.
NYC Hostel is the best place to stay, get a nice breakfast, clean bunk, fresh sheets and towels. Be practical and travel like you would live at home! Best money spent this trip! I was also well withing my budget.
Which never happens when I come to NY. It was very hot and humid during our visit in August although there are plenty of opportunities to cool down in the many air-conditioned bars, restaurants and shops. Singing waitresses and waiters make for a great experience.
Food portion sizes everywhere are immense, so we mostly had starters for our mains. Central Park is vast and you can walk for hours and hours with lots to see and do.
Really stunning views of the NY skyline including the Empire State. A hidden gem is to walk the High Line, a disused railway track that has been transformed into an Urban Garden walk. Nyc is a phenominal city and the Hudson Hotel is a horrible unestablished ian schrager hotel Instead you pay for whatever you get which in any case may be nothing or a different room entirely. Such a positive vibe and the feathers! The Bryant Park Hotel is in a perfect mid-town location and right across from the lovely Bryant Park which is behind the 42nd Street Library This allowed us to take several meals in the park- breakfast and lunches- and people watch, too.
The variety of food and drink was excellent. We had tickets to see two musicals which were only blocks away. One day we took the bus up to the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Fifth and 82nd. Easy to get to and the ride back to the hotel on Fifth Ave. On our last day I went on a hunt for some special items in the Garment District which is only a few blocks away, too.
Really, everything is easy to get to from the hotel! The hotel offers a free cocktail hour in the cellar bar each day, which was lovely. All around, we feel that The Bryant Park Hotel was worth every penny. One might find a less expensive place to stay, but not one with a more welcoming atmosphere or in a better location for a NYC atmosphere.
The scenery outside our room was amazing of the Empire State Building. When we walked out of our hotel room we headed towards the Statue of Liberty and our journey we came to the ground zero and we seen the new freedom building. I always wanted to see New York and I was given that chance and I hope to visit again soon. It was close to all the food stores and locations we wanted to see.
And the location was very close to my Appointment I had to attend. A fantastic location close to Times Square and Rockefeller centre. Thr subway is only a 5 minute walk from the hotel to get you to the further attractions of Manhattan. All staff were friendly and courteous. Not often seen in New York. We arranged airport shuttle from Newark through the hotel which was seamless. The hotel is exactly as described and I wouldn't hesitate in recommending it to anyone travelling to New York who wants a central base.
I would definitely choose this hotel again for any further trips to New York. Room was clean, beds were very comfortable. The WiFi is free only in the lobby but is very fast, you have to pay to have it in your room. The Skyline deli across the road serves delicious breakfast rolls, sandwiches and coffee very cheaply as the breakfast in the hotel is expensive. The swimming pool is clean and they even provide you with towels to use.
It is 10 mins walk to the nearest subway station and Times Square and plenty of restaurants. I would definitely stay again. The best thing about the hotel Moxy is the staff! They are so friendly and caring. We had to leave New York early due to a medical problem and they were so kind and helpful. The manager spoke to us and even refunded the days we were missing which helped so much!
The hotel is clean and modern and in a fantastic location. Hotel at the great location, only 2 stops with subway from Times Square. Room every-day cleaned with wonderful view on the Empire State Building. Bathroom with daily laundry servise and shampoo-set. Friendly and helpful staff. Perfect hotel for business or leisure in Manhattan. We also stayed here because at the time they gave free breakfast to all. The room was surprisingly spacious and the bed was very comfortable.
The bellmen on the ground floor were absolutely lovely, I felt very safe leaving my luggage with them for the day. I also liked their bar, it was very reasonably priced for Manhattan.
While this is a no-frills, not fancy hotel property, the beds are comfortable, the shower is hot with plenty of water pressure, and the place is spotlessly clean. The staff are welcoming, and overall experience was excellent. I would definitely stay there again when visiting New York City. I like that I was able to cook in my room instead of going out to eat which is very costly. It was close to Time Square and all the attractions including bus terminal. Also was able to wash clothes as I checked in.
Area, where hotel is situated is perfect. You need to count with heavy traffic not only cars but even people. You have Starbucks cross the street. For food, go several streets away from times square and its 10times cheaper! Staff was kind, helpful and friendly. I loved this Boutique style Hotel , clean , modern, and I chose a room with a view, I highly recommend this , it enhances your New York City experience especially at night it is as just Beautiful, also walking distance to Times Square and Broadway.
Great staff, clean rooms, and complimentary everything! If you are ever in New York City, you should definitely stay at this hotel. Great location, 5 minute walk to Times Square. Room had view of Empire State Building. Great value for money for staying in Manhattan. Again and again I stay with Ameritania in New York. For New York City, the hotel has nice public outdoor spaces. We also booked a room with terrace. The terrace was very roomy, and beautiful view of the lit up buildings at night.
Fantastic historical New York hotel with great views and a spacious room. Superb value for midtown Manhattan and great transport links to surrounding areas. Very close to Central Park and Times Square. Close proximity to subway made it easy to get around the city cheaply. Beautiful older hotel in the perfect location. I hope to stay here every visit to New York City! Good hotel and amazing location in the centre of New York city!
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The official currency is the US dollar here. Accommodation in New York Accommodations in this cosmopolitan city is very expensive. Property owners in Manhattan are considered millionaires. Budgetary and good facilities in the city to find quite difficult.
It is best to rent an apartment, where you'll be able to cook. This will allow you to save on restaurants and cafes. The cheapest costs in food establishments Chinatown. Popular dishes there are the noodles and rice dishes. In this neighborhood you can buy not only products, but also cheap clothing, electronics, shoes, and other products.
Russian quarter in New York, Brighton Beach is designated. There you can buy an inexpensive brandy or vodka. Fare Navigate to the town by tram andbus. Tickets cost no more than 3 dollars. In addition, in New York there is a subway, cable car and ferry. Public transport is popular, in contrast to many other cities. A more comfortable mode of transport is the car. Trips to New York There are a variety of excursions on the programcity:.
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