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Exploring Manhattan

As the biggest borough of New York City, Manhattan is the cultural and economic hub of the area. The city that never sleeps is always bathed in neon, with gleaming skyscrapers and historic buildings lining the streets. Tourists flock here from around the world to enjoy the eclectic range of shopping, theater, and restaurants. Whether you want to take in a show, admire Art Deco landmarks, or stroll through the iconic green space of Central Park, it's all here in the Big Apple.The iconic Times Square is a buzzing high-rise area covered in billboards and awash with lights. It's the hub of the Broadway district, aand you’ll find many of the largest theaters here, with musicals and productions starring some of the world’s most famous actors. A newer addition to the city is National September 11 Memorial, a peaceful area of parkland with twin pools where the towers once stood. Inside the contemporary museum you’ll find photos of all the victims of the tragedy, as well as interactive multimedia displays where you can learn more. Penn Station is a busy hub for commuters and those arriving by train from across the USA, with huge modern concourses full of shops and fast food outlets. Its location underneath Madison Square Garden and in the heart of Midtown means it’s often crowded, although the subway remains one of the best ways to get around the city. The imposing, glass-fronted Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) has several floors of famous artworks from the late 19th century to the present day, as well as prominent examples of design and architecture that changed the way we see everyday objects. In amongst the Manhattan skyline you’ll see the art deco styled Rockefeller Center, with 19 high-rise buildings hosting banks, global corporations, offices, theaters, and television stations, all set around the plaza which is turned into an ice rink during the winter months.

Hotels in Manhattan

There’s a wide choice of Manhattan hotels to suit all tastes and budgets, from hostels and inns to 5 star luxury accommodation. You can expect to find plenty of extra amenities to make your stay comfortable, with 4 and 5 star hotels offering guestrooms with air-conditioning, coffee makers, pillowtop mattresses, flat-screen televisions, complimentary WiFi, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. The larger hotels also have plenty of features such as health clubs, steam rooms, saunas, world-class restaurants, stylish cocktail bars, and business centers so you can get work done on the go.

Where to stay

The Broadway - Times Square area is full of budget and luxury hotels, sitting alongside major theaters, stylish department stores, and tourist attractions. This lively area can be noisy, but makes up for it by being a short walk away from the most interesting locations in the city. The Midtown East - Grand Central district is popular with business travelers, with stylish, gleaming skyscrapers housing some of the country’s largest corporations. The streets around Central Park are pleasant and leafy, and you’ll find quieter areas that are still well-connected to the city. Surrounding the park you’ll find upmarket residential areas with brownstone buildings, as well as boutiques and independent restaurants that have a distinctly old New York feel.

How to get to Manhattan

Visitors to Manhattan often arrive via John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) which has dozens of flights arriving daily from around the world. From here you can easily pick up one of the famous yellow cabs and get to Midtown in about 30 minutes. An alternative is to take the AirTrain, a fast and efficient rail service which takes you to the heart of Manhattan in 50 to 60 minutes. From here you can change to the MTA Subway service with connections to