Hotels In New York
New York City is home to nearly 2000 hotels, and not all of them are created equal. From surprisingly affordable boutique hotels like The Franklin Hotel in Manhattan to popular chains like the affordable Ramada Bronx, New York City has dozens of budget choices. Business travelers can get exceptionally affordable rooms at the Holiday Inn New York City – Wall Street, Holiday Inn Express New York City – Wall Street, and Club Quarters, Wall Street. Visitors will find several cheap New York City hotels on the Upper West Side, including Days Hotel Broadway, Belnord Hotel, and Park 79 Hotel. Try the Aloft Harlem for affordable lodging if you’re vacationing in Harlem. Cheap New York City hotels in Chelsea range from the Colonial House Inn with just 22 rooms to the Chelsea Savoy Hotel with nearly 100.
Visitors in Queens should head to Long Island City. Among low-cost hotels here are the Best Western City View Motor Inn – Long Island City, Ramada Long Island City, and Wyndham Garden Long Island City Manhattan View. Try the Hotel Le Bleu or Hotel Indigo Brooklyn for cheap rooms in Brooklyn. The Howard Johnson Express Inn Bronx and the Ramada Bronx offer low-cost rooms. Staten Island features affordable lodging with diverse options ranging from the Victorian Bed & Breakfast of Staten Island to the Ramada Staten Island.
Midtown is an ideal destination for visitors who want a hotel near some of the best shopping and entertainment in the city. Locations like the Hilton Times Square, Crowne Plaza Times Square, InterContinental, and Element by Westin put guests steps from Times Square and Fifth Avenue. The Jewel Facing Rockefeller Center enjoys a location so prime it’s featured in the name. Guests here can snag a room with views of Rockefeller Center or St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Visitors who can’t wait to glimpse the Statue of Liberty can get a spectacular view from their hotel room in the Ritz-Carlton Battery Park, the only luxury hotel on the waterfront. Rooms where guests can’t easily see the iconic statue with their bare eyes feature telescopes for a closer look.