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4 star hotels in New York

New York is one of the world’s most exciting destinations, with countless activities awaiting the minute you set foot on its iconic streets. With a little thoughtful planning, you can visit your pick of the sights and still have time for relaxation. Whether it’s a shopping break with friends or a vacation with the family, a cultural trip or a romantic getaway, New York knows how to lay on a banquet with all the trimmings!

Things to see in New York

If it’s your first vacation in New York, start at the top—the legendary observation deck on the 86th floor of the Empire State building—where you can get your bearings with 360-degree views across the whole of Manhattan while enjoying your very own King Kong moment. See if you can spot the iconic Flatiron Building, the Art Deco Chrysler Building, the bright lights of Broadway below, and the silver strip of the Hudson in the distance. Go window-shopping on glamorous Fifth Avenue to check out the latest New York fashions, or rub shoulders with selfie-snapping tourists in pulsating Times Square, rightly known as the “Crossroads of the World.” For a gentler view of the city, head for the green lung of Central Park, where you can take a scenic ride in a horse-drawn carriage or use your own horsepower to explore on a bike.

Four-star hotels in New York

It may be known as the city that never sleeps, but sooner or later you’ll need to recharge your batteries and find a comfortable place to lay your head. There’s no shortage of four hotels in New York City, but choosing the right one will transform your first impressions of the city. At the end of a stimulating but exhausting day of sightseeing, you’ll be grateful for some of life’s little luxuries, like free WiFi, fitness suites, and fine-dining in on-site restaurants. Four star hotels in New York are often located in skyscraper blocks, so ask for a room on the higher floors for unforgettable views with your wake-up call.

Where to stay in New York

In a city as diverse as New York, location is everything, especially if you’re on a flying visit and want to make the most of your limited time and stay in a great four star hotel. Centrally situated Broadway has plenty of 4-star hotels within easy walking distance of theaterland and its vibrant restaurant and club scene. Stay in the elegant boulevards around Central Park, or make your way downtown and check into one of the many 4 star hotels in Lower Manhattan. For the ultimate in boho chic, consider a stay in freewheeling Chelsea, one of the city’s most colorful neighborhoods, full of art galleries, artisan markets, and hipster hangouts.

How to get to New York

New York is one of the world’s busiest transport hubs, with two international airports—JFK and Newark—between them serving all the major airlines and destinations. Both airports have frequent transportation connections to downtown via the AirTrain that links directly with the New York subway. Alternatively, hop into one of the many yellow cabs lined up outside and get whisked straight into the heart of Manhattan. Domestic flights into LaGuardia connect New York with other major US cities. New York is also a busy sea port, with cruise ships arriving daily from the four corners of the globe, offering passengers a spectacular first glimpse of the iconic Manhattan skyline.

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