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What you should know about Midtown West

How to Find the Best Hotels in Midtown West, New York

The Midtown West area of Manhattan is full of the theaters, attractions and activities that make New York one of the greatest cities in the world. Located between 30th Street and 59th Street, west of 5th Avenue, this area is popular with locals and tourists alike. Rockefeller Center, Times Square, and over 30 theaters are here, including Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall. If you are in New York for the enviable shopping opportunities, you're in luck in Midtown West, thanks to F.A.O. Schwartz, Macy's, and Manhattan Mall. Visit Hotels.com and enter the dates you'll be staying in New York City, and Hotels.com will show you listings for all of the available rooms on those dates in hotels in Midtown West, New York. Read the reviews for yourself, compare the amenities, and pick your favorite hotel from the many choices.

What's Midtown West, New York Like?

Midtown West offers so many things to do, you really should make a list of all of the places you must see while you're there. To maximize you options in this big city, try to plan each day's excursions so that you hit several attractions that are close together on the same day. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is always a delight, and it has a wonderful gift shop where you'll find unique souvenirs. The Empire State Building and Trump Tower are structures worth a visit. Grand Central Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal are also located in Midtown West. Dining options include almost any traditional or ethnic cuisine you might crave, with plenty of street food for meals on the move. The opportunities are endless in Midtown West and in greater Manhattan.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Midtown West, New York

To meet the most interesting New Yorkers, explore some of the local neighborhoods like Hell's Kitchen, where you'll find great restaurants, gourmet speciality shops, and a large flea market. Many Broadway actors visit the bars in Hell's Kitchen after their performances, and the neighborhood has its own off Broadway productions. Central Park and the New York City Public Library are also places where locals can be found. If you want to be absolutely certain you will get the room you want when you arrive in New York, use the booking feature on Hotels.com to reserve your hotel room. It only takes a moment, your information is secure, and you are more likely to get your first choice in accommodations by booking as early as possible with Hotels.com.

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