Articles Mentioning New York City Hotels

The Best Trips for First-Time Solo Travelers

We could wax poetic about all the ways traveling alone can be beneficial, however, taking the plunge and traveling solo for the first time can be a daunting thing. Taking your debut solo trip is bound to unleash a series of emotions that range from sheer joy to touches of loneliness. Thankfully, there are some…

10 Best Things to Do With Kids in NYC

New York City is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, thanks to historic sights like the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building, world-class museums and dining, and an array of activities that satisfy every traveler. Keeping kids entertained and happy while traveling can be difficult, but fortunately, the Big Apple is packed…

10 Naughty Hotels That Aren’t Afraid of a Little Nudity, and More…

Whether its to kickstart a relationship, revive a relationship, or simply maintain a relationship, couples (of all ages.. and degrees of commitment) will often plan a romantic getaway — or two or three — at some point throughout their courtship. While relaxing on a beach somewhere may be all some couples need to reconnect, others…

6 Romantic NYC Hotel Bars for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about hearts and chocolate. Or, how about Champagne and cocktails? If you’re going to be celebrating the holiday with your sweetheart in New York City, we highly recommend starting the evening with a toast to love at one of these ultra-romantic…

7 of the World’s Most Expensive Cities and Their Cheaper, Cooler Alternatives

For the urban travel aficionado, the world’s biggest, baddest, and most expensive cities have unmatched allure. Places like New York City, Tokyo, and London are certainly some of the coolest, busiest, and most energy-packed places on earth, but just a couple nights spent in any of those destinations can leave your bank accounts quickly drained.…

See New York City’s Spectacular Holiday Window Displays

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — when the iconic department stores along New York City’s Fifth Avenue get all dolled up in festive attire. The spectacular window displays transport onlookers to a whimsical dreamlands. This year, look for massive rabbits, bedazzled dinosaurs, and an ode to Disney’s classic “Snow White.” The best…

How to Spend a Christmas Weekend in NYC

Anthony Quintano/Flickr On any given day, New York City stands its ground as one of the top tourist destinations in the world, with nearly 13 million overnight visitors in the last year alone. But Christmas in New York is an attraction all of its own. The city lights up with festivities ranging from visual to…

Where to Go Ice Skating in NYC

Though New York is notorious for being tight on space, the city finds ways to bring ice skating rinks to visitors and locals alike each winter. In fact, there are some that are open year-round! If you’re heading to the Big Apple and are looking to partake in this age-old winter tradition, take a look…

5 Fun Ways to Stay Warm in NYC Hotels This Winter

The summer months draw the most tourists to New York City, but we’re all about visiting the Big Apple in the wintertime. Not only are prices lower and crowds fewer (except for Christmas and Thanksgiving), but the city’s twinkling lights, winter festivals, and holiday trimmings make a visit even more appealing. Temperatures in NYC haven’t…

15 of the Best Hotels Near Grand Central Station

Grand Central Terminal in Midtown East. Midtown East is a working neighborhood — and we mean that in the sense that it’s filled to the brim with office buildings and men and women in suits. It’s also home to Grand Central Station, one of the main transportation hubs for commuters from Westchester, the Hudson Valley,…