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What you should know about Chelsea
Chelsea is a stylish neighborhood along Manhattan's west side. Largely comprised of chic restaurants, nightclubs and retail shops it encompasses a wide area that eventually meets New York's Garment District. A popular spot in the gay social scene, the neighborhood is also home to the very popular sporting center at Chelsea Piers. While young couples and friends, gay and straight, will enjoy taking in the easygoing nightlife, older couples and groups will also like the convenient location and nearby shops. Hotels.com lets visitors spend even less time planning a stay at hotels in Chelsea, New York. There is no need for endless time consuming searches with our advanced search options. We narrow the search to within your price range without sacrificing on quality or location, and hotels which are backed up by our real guest reviews.
What's Chelsea, New York Like?
One of the more charming and pristine neighborhoods in Manhattan, Chelsea includes a wide area full of unique boutiques, retail shops, galleries and chic restaurants and bars. At night, the side streets are alive with bars and clubs that cater to both a gay crowd, upscale locals and young out of towners. Most of the main action centers between 16th and 28th Street and 7th and 10th Avenues. A great feature in this neighborhood is the High Line, a former elevated train track that has been turned into a park and where one can walk the entire length of the neighborhood above the streets. Stretching along the Hudson River is Chelsea Piers, a gigantic complex where locals take part in every possible sport and game, from ice hockey to circus trapeze classes. Hotels in Chelsea, New York are the gateway to a great neighborhood that manages to be both laid back and happening at the same time.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in New York
It's worth exploring off the beaten path in Chelsea to uncover all the local gems. Some lovely vintage markets and art galleries cherished by locals sit tucked away along the many side streets but it's easy to pass them by. Day and night are very different in Chelsea and attract different crowds but on average locals range from professionals in their 30s to hip couples in their 50s. There is also big weekend scene in this area when the restaurants fill up with locals who brunch and then hit the galleries or open markets. Hotels.com is the best place to start looking for the best hotels in Chelsea, New York. Not only do we offer thorough reviews by real guests, but the best locations to stay in for a variety of different budgets.
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