When it comes to booking a hotel in New York, you’re choices seem endless. Also known as the Big Apple, New York is a popular city-break destination, with accommodations to suit all budgets, from hostels, to boutique hotels to global hotel chains. Hotels.com will help you find what priorities are most important to you to finalize your big city stay.
When to visit New York
Summers in New York are warm and can be humid, with average temperatures reaching the mid-80s °F. Despite the city’s cold winter weather, December is a good time to visit, with Christmas shopping in New York becoming increasingly popular with both domestic and international travelers. Or see in the New Year at Times Square with over a million other revelers.
Traveling in New York
Three key airports serve the New York metropolitan area: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), in Queens; La Guardia (LGA) on Long Island, and Newark Liberty (EWR) in nearby Newark, 15 miles from Manhattan. The city’s two main rail stations are Grand Central Terminal and Pennsylvania Station, while the extensive New York City Subway provides a vast network of routes that cover the entire New York metropolitan area.
New York’s Landmarks
New York is a great destination for backpackers on a budget as well as those making business trips to New York. No trip to New York would be complete without a photograph of the Statue of Liberty
, or a visit to the Empire State Building
. Other must-dos when sightseeing in New York include the World Trade Center
site, a visit to a Broadway show or a stroll round Central Park.
Where to stay in New York
Hotels.com offers a great range New York hotel deals. Check out our web site for details of cheap hotels in New York as well as luxury New York hotels.
Additional New York City Resources
NYU Alumni Travel Benefits
Public Transportation Hub
JFK Airport Information