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Much of the tourism in New York is directed to the borough of Manhattan, also known to locals as 'The City'. While many attractions are indeed designated within the borough of Manhattan, there are yet still many more attractions all along this Empire state.

New York City is divided into 5 boroughs: Queens, Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Staten Island, additionally there is Long Island which is an extension from Queens outwards into the Atlantic and Upstate New York which extends itself from beyond the county lines of the Bronx.


What's great about New York is the mix of cultures that exists. Considered America's melting pot, New Yorkers come from many diverse cultural backgrounds. People from all nations and continents make up the great state of New York and this can be witnessed through the sheer abundance of foods, businesses, and services made available by its residents.


Most visitors and outsiders will find that the cuisine culture is very different when you compare neighboring places even within the five boroughs of New York. Some will notice that it is ever changing and evolving. When traveling outside of these boroughs, you'll find even more home grown and cooked cuisines in various counties. New York is also home to many famous chefs across the country. The competitive nature of restaurants and ever changing food culture does a great deal to motivate new and modern cuisines.

A great way to spend the day is by traveling across the different boroughs of NY and experiencing the many cultural delights that are offered. Queens and Brooklyn tend to carry a vast majority of Asian cuisines, from Chinese to Thai and other Southeast Asian foods. Parts of Staten Island and Brooklyn also have a great deal of Russian and European dining options. Traveling to different counties outside of these boroughs can also be rewarding as they all have their own specialties and niche favorites.

There is almost always something to do, see, or eat here in the State of New York. Culinary delights pepper all the boroughs and across this state, but museums and galleries are often densely populated in the confines of the city, with a few outside and even farther away from the urban environment. Oddities and curiosities await through adventurous that travel outside of the boroughs, with caves, caverns, and hiking trails all across the many State Parks that cover much of Upstate New York.

Festivals & Yearly events

Annual Events and Festivals make up for a lot of the seasonal crowds and visitors within New York City. The most notable festivals include: The Tribeca Film Festival, Feast of San Gennaro, Macy's Thanksgiving Parade, and the famous Time Square New Year's Eve Apple Drop. Each event draws large crowds and almost certainly traffic. If you’re looking to participate, be sure to reserve a spot or show up early.


New York is a destination that's ideal to visit during the summer, fall, and autumn months. Tourism during the winter season is generally indoor shopping and Christmas tree watching in Rockefeller Center. This is not to say that there aren't winter time activities to be enjoyed, but depending on how heavily the snow blankets the city, traveling can be seriously affected. If your looking to see the famous tree lighting ceremony, consider staying that the Club Quarters Hotel, which is directly across the street from Rockafeller Center. For accommodations in the city of Manhattan, consider the affordable, Hotel Pennsylvania

Skiing, snowboarding and other snow related sports and activities do get a great deal of pressure often in the Upstate regions of New York. Reservations for cabins and hotels can easily be met, and often times at a greater deal earlier on in the season.

With the warmer seasons, more activities like camping, hiking and mountain climbing are available. Not to mention that many of the attractions in Upstate NY consist of Historic Preservation and Landmarks. Summers are great times to take advantage of white water rafting and lazy river tubing.


Deals on hotels in various parts of New York can range from cheap to luxurious and expensive in price. A number of factors are involved in determining the cost and price range of each accommodation option. Much of Upstate New York consists of suburbs with various mixes of minor industrial areas. While some New Yorkers prefer to visit resorts and spas, many local New Yorkers find it calming to escape the confines of the city through outdoor activities in Upstate New York. Still, much of the luxury and five star hotels exist primarily within the borough of Manhattan. People looking for an escape can often find deals on resorts, spas, and bed & breakfast options outside of these boroughs.

These cities in the region are definitely worth a visit:


The epicenter of business and entertainment, Manhattan serves as one of the top destinations for all tourists looking to experience culinary cuisines, Broadway plays, and of course shop to their heart (or perhaps wallets) content. For New Yorkers, Manhattan serves as their fast paced concrete jungle, a place of work and fun. All you really need to do is have an open mind and see what this great city has to offer.


Queens is more of a change in pace and scenery compared to Manhattan. There tends to be more mom and pop stores, quieter attractions, with less crowds, and cheaper prices. Attractions like the globe in the old World's Fair grounds, which has been iconic and featured in many recent films and shows. Or the Hall of Science which has annually been featured at the top of many school trips. One would be remiss to skip out on a tour of Queens.


Brooklyn is an up and coming city, it has been considered the yuppie's new playground. A hip and chic sort of area reserved for people spilling out of Manhattan and looking for affordable fun and fantastic food. Brooklyn is also home to the New York Aquarium situated at the end of the famous Coney Island Beach. While quiet during the winter season, Coney Island becomes transformed with crowds and entertainment during the warmer seasons.

Want to know more about these cities? Read the city guides for each of them here:

[Manhattan City Guide]() *

Queens City Guide *

Brooklyn City Guide

While these three cities within New York State are compelling and worthwhile to visit, be sure to do some research, New York has a lot to offer, from a wide selection of activities to experiences that are to be gained. Enjoy your stay, and may it truly memorable.

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    Hotel Blue Moon - NYC New York

    The Blue Moon is a 4-star boutique hotel located on Orchard Street in New York’s Lower East Side. It offers easy access to the shops, galleries, and restaurants of the East Village, SoHo, and Chinatown. Bus and subway stops connecting guests to the rest of the City are also nearby. The hotel is housed in what was an 8-story brick tenement, transformed into a hotel by architect Randy Settenbrino. Public and residential spaces are decorated in an “old New York” theme, complete with memorabilia and artifacts from the 1930s and 1940s. Guestrooms are named after New York personalities of the same era—Benny Goodman, Al Jolson and Duke Ellington, among others. Accommodations consist of 22 rooms and suites, starting at 320 sq ft. All rooms have luxury amenities appropriate to a 4-star hotel, including period bathrobes, 10-14 ft ceilings, and balconies or terraces. Many also have sleeper sofas (some with trundles) and hydromassage baths. The hotel provides a complimentary breakfast, New York deli style with fresh fruit and bagels. The 24-hour front desk provides a practical hub for meeting guest needs. In 2007 Citisearch selected the Blue Moon as New York’s best boutique hotel. more

    Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton New York City - Financial District New York

    Set on prime location in Lower Manhattan’s Stone Street Historic District, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York City Financial District is just a two-minute stroll from the National Museum of the American Indian. This modern hotel features a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a relaxed restaurant. The warmly decorated rooms with rich mahogany wood tones are equipped with free Wi-Fi and individual climate controls. Standard amenities include cable TVs, laptop safes, and full bathroom toiletries. Suites have separate living areas and city views. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York City Financial District boasts a 24-hour business centre and a fully equipped boardroom. Additional services such as valet parking, laundry/dry cleaning, and luggage storage are also available. The on-site Antica Ristorante serves international breakfast buffet and modern American cuisine for lunch and dinner. Room service is available during selected hours. The hotel's signature warm cookies are freely available in the afternoons. Wall Street is a five-minute walk from the hotel. The 9/11 Memorial and One World Trade Center are a 15-minute walk away. more

    Hotel Row NYC New York

    Row NYC is a stylish lodging choice that benefits from an indoor food market, fitness centre and contemporary design throughout. The hotel has a prime position in New York's Theatre District, with it being just a three-minute stroll from the world-famous Times Square. The chic, en-suite rooms at Row NYC are all equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, hairdryer, complimentary signature toiletries, and work desk with ergonomic chair. A 24-hour reception, complete with concierge, is on-hand to welcome and assist travellers at all times. The hotel also features free Wi-Fi, an Internet lounge and beauty bar. The City Kitchen is the on-site gourmet food market, where a number of the city's best restaurateurs serve a tempting and diverse menu. The charming District M lounge bar offers breakfast and refreshing beverages. Bryant Park is a ten-minute walk from the hotel. The Rockefeller Center, Madison Square Garden and Central Park South can all be reached in 15 minutes or less on foot. more

    Hotel Hotel Hilton Garden Inn Times Square New York

    The Hilton Garden Inn Times Square (ex Days Inn Manhattan Midtown) is a 3-star hotel located on Eighth Avenue in Midtown. In addition to Times Square, it offers easy access to the theater district, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, and the Museum of Modern Art. Restaurants, clubs, and shops are plentiful, and transportation via bus and subway is near at hand. Newly renovated accommodations consist of 369 guestrooms (king, queen, or two queen beds), all 300 sq ft or larger. Standard amenities include flat-screen TV with cable and HBO, coffee/tea station, mini fridge and microwave, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, and workdesks geared toward the needs of the business traveler (ergonomic chair, dual phone lines with data port and voicemail, Wi-Fi or high-speed Internet, remote printing). Guest services and facilities include a concierge desk, business center, parking (extra fee), fitness room, self-service laundry, morning coffee in lobby, gift shop, and convenience store. The Highbar Lounge is located on the hotel’s rooftop, and the Pigalle ( a certified green restaurant) offers an on-premises dining option. Evening room service is also available. more

    Hotel HI New York City! New York

    Hostelling International New York is a located on Amsterdam Street in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Housed in a historic red-brick Gothic-style building, it offers low-cost accommodations in one of the world’s most expensive markets. The facility provides easy access to several forms of public transportations, as well as to such attractions as Central Park, Times Square, the Broadway theater district, and Rockefeller Center. Accommodations consist of both private rooms and dormitories. Dormitories may be either single sex or co-ed and contain bunks sleeping as few as four or as many as twelve people, with bedding provided and shared bathrooms along the hall. Private rooms may have either or private baths. Family rooms are also available. Facilities and services include baggage storage, lockers, self-service laundry, Internet access, cycle rentals, and discounts for local attractions. Guests have access to a common room, TV room, games room, kitchen, and garden. The staff also organizes daily tours and events for guests. A gift shop and café/bar are located on premises. more

    Hotel Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District New York

    Located near the 9/11 Tribute Center and the New York Stock Exchange, the four-star Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District features a business center and exercise facilities. The stylish rooms offer pillowtop beds, flat-screen TVs with cable, complimentary Wi-Fi, work desks and coffee makers. Many offer sweeping city views. Suites add a separate seating area. Amenities at this smoke-free hotel include a 24-hour front desk, concierge services and a safe deposit box. Guests will also find that ATM/banking and laundry equipment are on-site. Discounted rates are available for a nearby parking facility. Located in a former chapel, the St. George Chapel restaurant offers American cuisine and an extensive cocktail menu. Alternative dining options nearby include Clinton Hall and Sale & Pepe. The Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District lies within half a mile of Battery Park and Federal Hall. Times Square and Central Park are situated within five miles of the property. more