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What you should know about Manhattan

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From the eye popping vistas of the Empire State Building to the chic, artsy vibe of the West Village and the dazzling lights of Times Square and Broadway, New York City offers travelers the best of the best. The latest trends in fashion, music, design and art are to be found in the city's galleries, museums and shops and the night club scene has something for every taste. The same is true of Manhattan hotels. Accommodations in New York City range from luxurious properties where movie stars come to stay to funky designer boutique hotels designed to fit the neighborhood. With such a wide range of Manhattan hotels both in terms of price and quality, travelers need reviews and recommendations they can trust. That's where comes in, with trusted reviews from real travelers who rate and offer details that count, along with map location and pictures of room interiors.

What's Manhattan Like?

Each neighborhood of the Big Apple offers a different experience for travelers, from the funky restaurants and stores of the West Village to ultra-chic SoHo to the burgeoning restaurant scene of the Lower East Side and vibrant Chinatown. The world's best theater - and some of its brightest acting lights - is to be found on Broadway and in various off-Broadway productions. Fashionistas will love the F.I.T. (Fashion Institute of Technology) located downtown where exhibits in the museum area are usually free of charge and full of stunning designer creations. For arts lovers, the Museum Mile stretches along Fifth Avenue east of Central Park, home to the Guggenheim and Metropolitan Museums among many others and next door to the high end shops of Madison Avenue and the Upper East Side. Ferries offer a stop on Staten Island along with a closer look at the Statue of Liberty.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Manhattan

Manhattan is home to several million inhabitants along with millions more who come there to work during the Monday to Friday nine-to-five beat, and they're all in a hurry - or so it seems to the hapless traveler. The single best way to get along with New Yorkers is to try and join the flow of humanity on the sidewalks, in transit areas and even in and out of stores. Despite any impatience with slow moving pedestrians however, visitors will find New Yorkers quite open and often friendly. It is not uncommon to strike up conversations with strangers on the subway or in the streets. Downtown, New Yorkers are stylish and tourists and if you want to look the part it's worth dressing up to visit top range restaurants and bars. In a city famed for its wildly diverse neighborhoods and population, will show you the perfect part of the Big Apple for you.

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