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What you should know about Union Square

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Union Square sits at an interesting point in Manhattan, where the colorful East Village meets the more conservative Flatiron District. With its southern end running along the busy 14th Street, Union Square is one of New York's major shopping and dining centers and best captures the daily bustle of the city. New York's best green market takes place here weekly while street performers, souvenir hawkers, and demonstrators add their own style to the area. Major subway connections to the rest of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens make it a popular crossing point for many New Yorkers. Both old and young couples, friends and families can all take in the lively mood and convenience of hotels in Union Square, New York. Check out Hotels.com to find the best prices and locations of hotels and search through a diverse selection that always includes real reviews by Hotels.com customers.

What's Union Square, New York Like?

Historically a popular meeting point, Union Square is home to a thriving commercial center full of large department stores, discount chains and designer shops. There are also plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars that appeal to an after work crowd and weekend market goers. Union Squares greatest attraction is the large vibrant green market that sets up here several times a week. It offers the best example of New York's local food scene and ranges from artisan and gourmet foods to local produce. In the winter, a wonderful Christmas market is located here with a large selection of unique hand crafted gifts. The park within the square is small but has long winding benches that are perfect for people watching. Hotels in Union Square, New York offer the perfect backdrop to a stay in New York.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in New York

Most of the buildings immediately around Union Square are home to stores and offices, while local residents live in the surrounding neighborhoods that branch out from the square. This gives the feeling that people are always coming and going, adding to the area's high energy. The streets and sidewalks get pretty congested at all hours of the day and evening, especially along 14th Street, so traveling through the square's park or north side is the best way to avoid the crowds. Hotels in Union Square, New York allow visitors the perfect spot from which to explore New York's popular attractions and diverse neighborhoods. And with Hotels.com, visitors can book their hotel in comfort with special search options, great savings, the best locations and insider reviews by real guests.

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