A city of neighbourhoods, with almost endless options for eating, sightseeing and shopping, the city derives its personality from the hundreds of small communities whose cultures make them feel like cities of their own.

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Upper East Side​

Leafy home to the city's beautiful townhouses, the Upper East Side is a quiet spot to base yourself, just moments from Central Park and Museum Mile, where big names like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum sit alongside gems like Neue Galerie and the Frick Collection.

Best for: Fashion-conscious shoppers, fans of fine-dining and those who prefer an upscale residential neighbourhood.

Stay: The Mark​​

​​Midtown & Midtown West

This is the New York everyone around the world knows from a million TV shows, with all the noise, colour, flash and bustle of Times Square, Broadway and Rockefeller Center. But these neighbourhoods aren't just about sightseeing and shows: they also boasts top-draw restaurants and bars, including the Theatre District's Restaurant Row and rowdy Hell's Kitchen's bars and clubs. Hotels here are aplenty, but because of their location they do fill up fast, so prices are generally higher than anywhere else in the city.

Best for: Anyone who wants to have a front-row seat to 'the city that never sleeps', just steps from the theatres of Broadway, a whole lot of shops, and a choice of restaurants to suit every budget.​​​

Stay: The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park | 1 Hotel Central Park | Chambers Hotel |  Mandarin Oriental, New York | Park Hyatt New York | Baccarat Hotel & Residences​

​Garment District

South of Times Square, Rockefeller Centre and Radio City, and perfectly-located to easily combine with a visit to Central Park, Broadway, SoHo or TriBeCa, the Garment District is home to many of the world's most famous fashion designers. And the best way to see the neighbourhood where fashion was born? A behind-the-scenes shopping tour that visits a combination of wholesale showrooms not accessible to the public and hidden sample sales.

Best for: Fashionista bargain hunters, pure shopaholics, and anyone interested in seeing a legendary design centre at work. 

Stay: The Knickerbocker Hotel | Andaz 5th Avenue ​​​

​​Midtown East & Murray Hill

Steps from Manhattan's most iconic activities, Midtown East and Murray Hill are filled to the brim with picture-postcard New York City moments. Home to such icons as the Chrysler Building, the United Nations and Grand Central Terminal, there's plenty more to attract those more interested in the city's dining, nightlife and cultural scenes.

Best for: Lovers of architecture, world-class shopping, late-night drinks, and sushi (Murray Hill is awash with hip cafés and bouncing bars and Midtown East is a mecca of Japanese cuisine).

Stay: Four Seasons Hotel New York | Refinery Hotel​​

​​TriBeCa, The Lower East Side and Nolita

Once home to industrial warehouses, TriBeCa is now the land of celebrity-owned lofts (some of the city's most expensive real estate); while the unpretentious, no-frills attitude of the Lower East Side has a unique, eclectic identity. Both offer a true taste of New York neighbourhood living, with lots of some of the best nightlife, dining, and entertainment in Manhattan, while the less-residential Nolita has a distinctly charming vibe all its own, with cosy cafés, stylish boutiques and a burgeoning bar scene.

Best for: A true taste of downtown life.

Stay: The Greenwich Hotel, Tribeca​​

​​​SoHo

The city's most fashionable neighbourhood has no shortage of trendy spots for shopping and dining, but careful explorers will find Soho's true charm in its cobblestone streets, cast-iron architecture, and sweeping lofts and galleries. And when it comes to hotels, this is a neighbourhood that's strictly high-end. 

Best for: Quaint cafes, a bohemian, creative vibe, and endless options for upscale shopping, dining and entertainment (it's close to Chinatown too).

Stay: Crosby Street Hotel​​

​Greenwich Village

A beloved mix of the very best New York has to offer, from the sprinkling of brownstones on its beloved tree-lined streets that add a homey, suburban feel to the neighbourhood; to iconic Washington Square Park, intimate eateries, elegant boutiques, a vivacious bar scene, and of course, its diverse group of residents.

Best for: Those wanting a bustling, centrally-located historic neighbourhood, where active days blend into fun, relaxing nights.

Stay: Walker Hotel​​

Union Square, Flatiron District & Gramercy Park

The gateway to downtown, Union Square is just a stone's throw from the East Village, the West Village and the Meatpacking District. It's also about as close as New York gets to a European piazza, with a Greenmarket, peddling artisans, and street performers all in one hub. The Flatiron district, quiet by day, boasts some of New York's most celebrated dining options; and Gramercy Park is one of the city's best residential neighbourhoods – an ideal mix of calmness and convenience, sprinkled with charming bars, bodegas, and cafes.

Best for: Visitors wanting a central location, with easy subway connections and a real sense of community spirit.

Stay: The New York EDITION​​ ​​

Featured Hotels

  • The Mark Upper East Side, Manhattan, New York

    ​An iconic landmark that’s presided over bustling Madison Avenue since its birth in the roaring ‘20s, The Mark is one of New York’s true grandes dames.

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  • 1 Hotel Central Park Midtown Manhattan, New York

    One of the most unique city hotels we’ve found – an eco-conscious urban oasis, with a living English Ivy façade, brilliant ‘Daylife’ programmes, and Tesla premium electric vehicle rides available within a 15-block radius.​​

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  • Chambers Hotel Midtown Manhattan, New York

    Centrally located on 5th Avenue and 56th Street, in easy walking distance to Central Park, this sexy-cool Midtown hotel drips with urban luxury. Fine-art can be found throughout, and there's fantastic dining to boot.

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  • Mandarin Oriental, New York Midtown West, Manhattan, New York

    You’d be hard pushed to find a New York hotel better placed than this, towering above Central Park with views of the iconic Manhattan concrete jungle and Midtown’s attractions all right on your doorstep.

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  • Park Hyatt New York Midtown, Manhattan, New York

    Occupying the first 25 floors of Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc’s One57 skyscraper (one of midtown’s newest landmarks), we just love the residential vibe and 351-piece art contemporary collection.

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  • Baccarat Hotel & Residences Midtown Manhattan, New York

    When you’re a legendary French crystal company that’s commemorating a glittering 251-year history, is there any better way to celebrate than by opening your very own crystal palace in one of the most dazzling cities on the planet?

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  • Four Seasons Hotel New York Midtown East, Manhattan, New York

    Everything you’d expect of a grand New York hotel, and more. A gleaming entrance beckons you into this beacon of sophistication: a haven of serenity in one of the world’s most dizzyingly-enticing cities.

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  • Refinery Hotel Garment District, Manhattan, New York

    The 38th Street location may be somewhat non-descript, but this former hat factory is a mere 10-minute walk to Times Square, the Theatre District, Bryant Park and the Empire State.

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  • The Greenwich Hotel TriBeCa, Manhattan, New York

    Where else could you live like a true New Yorker than at Robert de Niro's 88-room stylish hotel, set amid the unique industrial-age architecture, achingly-hip boutiques and luxury lofts of TriBeCa.

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  • Crosby Street Hotel Soho, Manhattan, New York

    On a quiet cobbled street in vibrant SoHo, Crosby Street’s idiosyncratic design perfectly reflects the neighbourhood’s spirit. Filled with lots of family amenities, it’s also home to two gorgeous outdoor spaces (including uber-trendy Crosby Bar).

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  • The Walker Hotel Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York

    The Greenwich Village setting – perfect for experiencing a hipper, more authentic side of the city; classic architecture; plush interiors; and a library crammed with works from local writers; makes this one of NYC's finest luxury boutique hotels.

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  • The New York EDITION Flatiron District, Manhattan, New York

    Luxury awaits at Ian Schrager’s latest hotel which occupies the Flatiron District's iconic Clocktower building, with a classy, residential vibe, a destination restaurant from rock-star chef Jason Atherton, and a buzzy library bar.

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