Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the New York area.
You can do, see, hear, or eat whatever occurs to you at any hour in New York City, and you will never need a car to do it. In fact, even experienced drivers are encouraged not to drive here unless they have been doing it for years. The pace, press and sheer mass of humanity are startling to the newcomer, but within a short time the excitement of being where you can satisfy any whim will overtake the initial shock. You might have trouble falling asleep here, like a child on Christmas Eve, if you consider all that you might be missing at that moment. Take some time before your visit to do your homework and sketch out a basic agenda, as the competing influences when you get here will be overwhelming, but also leave some free time for exploring the unplanned events. A favorite musician you have always wanted to see perform live just might stage an impromptu concert, or you might discover a small, unknown restaurant with an unusual cuisine you have always wanted to try. Let your imagination run free, and enjoy what many consider to be the center of civilization, and certainly one of the greatest cities in the world.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the New York area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||New York Airport (La Guardia)||·||New York Airport (JFK)|
|Lodging located in the La Guardia Airport (LGA) area, 8 miles northeast of Manhattan in Queens.||Lodging options located at or near the John F. Kennedy International Airport, 15 miles southeast of the city on Long Island.|
|·||Central Park||·||Uptown Manhattan|
|Lodging located within one block of Central Park in Midtown Manhattan and Uptown Manhattan.||Lodging options above 59th Street, on the Upper Eastside and the Upper Westside.|
|·||Midtown Manhattan||·||Downtown Manhattan|
|Lodging in Midtown Manhattan, from 14th to 59th Streets, home to landmarks such as the Empire State Building, Javits Convention Center, Times Square and more.||The Downtown Manhattan area, below 14th Street, features hotels in SoHo, Little Italy, Union Square, and the Financial District.|
|·||Staten Island||·||Long Island Metro|
|Lodging options located in the Borough of Staten Island, to the west of Brooklyn.||Lodging options in the counties of Nassau and Suffolk, excluding the JFK Airport area.|
|Lodging options north of metropolitan New York City, located in communities such as White Plains, Tarrytown, Mount Kisco and more.||Lodging located further north along the Hudson River, in communities such as Poughkeepsie, Highland Falls, Hyde Park and more.|
|Lodging in the nearby metropolitan area of Newark, New Jersey.|
Area Facts: The room tax for New York is 15.25% (bed-and-breakfasts charge only the New York City sales tax of 8.25%). It pays to shop around, and weekend rates are generally lower. The primary telephone area code for New York City is 212.
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