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What you should know about Chelsea

Located on the west side of Manhattan, Chelsea is a haven of art with an industrial, gritty past. This neighborhood is renowned for its vibrant LGBT scene and is a modern-day contemporary art lover’s paradise. Chelsea and culture go hand in hand, with the area now home to over 200 art galleries, a host of vibrant bars, buzzing music venues, and hip nightclubs. Its many fashionable boutiques and flea markets also offer a great alternative for shoppers looking to escape NYC’s more commercialized neighborhoods.

Hotels in Chelsea


You’ll find an eclectic mix of accommodation types in this fashionable neighborhood. Luxury hotels in Chelsea are plentiful, with the Eventi Hotel serving as a prime example of the effortless sophistication you can expect. This 4.5-star high-rise has a plaza that contains an arts space and offers free wine during certain hours in the afternoon. The Ace Hotel New York is a trendy 4-star Chelsea hotel boasting a Michelin-starred restaurant, and the iconic Macy’s department store is just a stone’s throw away. For more affordable hotels in Chelsea, check out the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, a budget-friendly Art Deco hotel.

Things to see in Chelsea


Almost a mile and a half in length, the High Line is a park that sits above street level on a disused train track and runs right through Chelsea. This greenway provides a refreshing oasis right in the center of Manhattan with impressive views of the Hudson River and the area’s industrial, stripped-back architecture. After working up an appetite in the park, shoppers can head to the Chelsea Market—a massive food court situated below the High Line where dozens of vendors purvey a range of delicious produce. The Oreo was even invented in this very building! Those looking to satisfy their cultural appetites can head to the Gladstone or Gagosian Gallery. These two galleries, located side by side in the center of Chelsea, offer travelers an opportunity to view alternative modern art installations and temporary exhibitions from new and established international artists.

Good for budget travelers


The great hotel rates in Chelsea give this neighborhood an edge over others. With an array of affordable hotels on offer, visitors will have more money to spend in the fantastic bars and restaurants that line the streets and are fast becoming renowned as up-and-coming Manhattan hotspots. The entertainment options available in and around Chelsea are top-notch and you’ll find music gigs, comedy shows, and art performances on most nights. As if that wasn’t enough, the neighborhood is synonymous with spirited contemporary art, and the unique galleries dotted around the area, some of which offer free admission, are well worth a visit.

How to get to Chelsea


Chelsea enjoys an ideal location in midtown Manhattan. International arrivals can hop on the Q70 bus from LaGuardia Airport, or the AirTrain from JFK and Newark, to connect with the city’s subway system. There are 7 subway stations and 3 train stations in Chelsea itself, including Penn Station, New York’s main intercity railway station. To get around Chelsea hassle-free, visitors can travel on foot or use the reliable and frequent subway trains. Travelers can buy an Unlimited MetroCard from any station and enjoy traveling like a true New Yorker at an affordable price.

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