Cheap New York holidays
Enjoy fun filled budget breaks in New York while staying at one of our terrific value 3 star hotels.
Flight + 3 nights hotel
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You don’t need to spend a fortune to enjoy a fun filled New York holiday. Many outdoor events are free and ideal for cheap city breaks. Our carefully selected, cheap New York hotels offer terrific value for money.
New York’s grid system makes it easy to explore the city on foot, without wasting your dollars on transport. Picnic in Central Park and cruise on the free Staten Island ferry on cheap New York holidays. Our cheap hotels in New York are ideal for budget breaks. Combine your hotel booking with flights or car hire for further savings.
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21 Oct - 24 Oct
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07 Oct - 10 Oct
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27 Sep - 30 Sep
On New York breaks, head to the Big Apple’s core of Midtown Manhattan for the essential city experience. Here you will find the iconic Empire State Building, majestic Grand Central Station and the sparkling Chrysler Building. Stay at the InterContinental New York hotel for excellent proximity to the bright lights and buzz of Times Square. Be sure to visit world-famous department stores Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s for some serious shopping. Dine at Marriott’s The View restaurant for stunning 360-degree city vistas.
Cool, quirky and wonderfully diverse, Downtown Manhattan is a multicultural melting pot and the epitome of cutting-edge style. Soho’s high-end boutiques are a must for shopping on luxury holidays, or head to Chinatown for imitation-designer labels and kitsch souvenirs. While you’re there, sample delicious dumpling soup at Joe’s Shanghai restaurant or tuck into tasty traditional pizza at Little Italy. Stay at the elegant Ritz-Carlton New York hotel and benefit from enviable views across the harbour to the Statue of Liberty.
For fine art, antiques and luxury purchases, head to trendy Tribeca and neighbouring Soho. A centre for style populated by wealthy fashionistas, it offers excellent shopping and dining options. The area segues between the Financial District and the laidback bohemia of the West Village, with an array of boutiques catering to retro-industrial chic. The luxurious Trump Soho hotel is a perfect base for exploring stylish Soho. Tribeca feels more residential but still attracts the ‘in crowd’ and the odd celebrity.
Colourful and eclectic, the Meatpacking District is an epicentre of New York activity. On the West Side of Manhattan, the district is a hub of fashion, design, food and culture. Creative sophisticates live and work alongside meatpacking businesses in this buzzing community. Visitors come for the lively atmosphere and wide variety of quality bars and restaurants. Stay at the deluxe Hotel Gansevoort in the heart of the District and watch the sunset while sipping cocktails in its stylish rooftop bar.
would go for dinner at Raoul’s in Prince Street. It’s a really cool, slightly eccentric French restaurant. I think you could eat anything there and it would be wonderful– and the waiters are all French.