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New York City is always stirring. Every block and borough bristles with energy; every sight and sound competes to stand out. This is The City That Never Sleeps, after all. The Big Apple. The City So Nice They Named It Twice. Or the city so beloved it’s been given more pet names than anywhere else. Find out what makes New York so magnetic and experience the enchantment for yourself.

Make like a romcom character and ascend to the top of the Empire State Building. Get that first glimpse of the city’s overwhelming skyline, that ‘I can’t quite believe I’m here’ moment, and listen to declarations of devotion floating around the observation deck. Feel the city tugging at your heart – are you ready to fall in love with New York?

Descend into the character-filled streets and walk through a bustling maze of avenues. Pass a pianist who has played in the same spot for more than a decade and a hot dog cart owner who has perfected the art of hollering over the honks of yellow taxis. Admire throngs of fashionistas cat walking down Fifth Avenue. There’s no such thing as a wallflower here.

Indulge yourself and tick off classic New York tourist attractions. Wave to the Statue of Liberty from a Staten Island Ferry, walk beneath a canopy of North American elms in Central Park, and stare wide-eyed at the dazzling lights of Times Square. Then get to know the boroughs and neighbourhoods. The polished mansions of the Upper East Side. The artsy dens of Brooklyn. The eclectic eateries of Queens. The mesmerising jazz of Harlem. Start your New York story and book flights now.

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Best hotels in New York for all types of traveller

A great holiday starts with a great place to stay. Browse our selection of New York hotels – there’s bound to be one that’s perfect for your NYC city break. City break lovers should check in at the InterContinental New York Barclay – it's within walking distance of Grand Central Station, the Chrysler Building and Rockefeller Center. Or for its iconic Midtown Manhattan location and Great Gatsby vibes, look no further than Park Central Hotel New York. The Hyatt Grand Central New York is right next to Grand Central Station and extremely well-placed for getting about the city. Its stylish lobby and modern feel appeal to city-slickers and New York first-timers alike. If you’re looking for a trendy neighbourhood you should stay at the modern Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York, with its chic rooftop bar, Mr Purple.

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Make the most of your New York holiday

With so much to see and do in New York, it can be tricky to know where to start, but don’t fret – our essential guide to holidays in New York will have you looking like a local in no time.

Where are the best areas to stay in New York?

New York’s sights are spread around the city, though most first-timers will want to stay somewhere on Manhattan Island. We’ve pulled out some of the best areas to stay in the city, below.

Many first-time visitors opt to stay near Times Square. It’s not known as ‘The Crossroads of the World’ for nothing: it’s one of the world’s busiest pedestrian areas and is well-connected to many of the city’s main sights. Stay at Tempo by Hilton New York Times Square and enjoy a finely tuned sleep environment and a dedicated Get Ready Zone designed for the responsible traveller. Midtown, the area around Times Square, is where you’ll find the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, and the Rockefeller Center. Try booking the New York Hilton Midtown.

If you’re hankering for a luxury hotel with all the trimmings: bells, whistles and bellhops, then Central Park, on the Upper East Side, is your best bet. This area is one of the most expensive in the city. This is the ultimate destination for culture (think opera, ballet, jazz, classical music, Michelin-starred restaurants) – and a taste of old New York. As you walk along Fifth Avenue, bordering Central Park, you’ll encounter ‘Museum Mile’, an area of prestigious institutions like the Met and the Frick. Stay at Park Lane New York and relish timeless views from the intimate rooftop, Darling.

Staying on the Lower East Side puts you near Brooklyn Bridge and the Tenement Museum – a popular museum exploring the area’s working-class roots. The LES has gentrified rapidly in the last couple of decades. Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York gives you a feel for the area as it is now: trendy, young and fun.

Several eye-catching cast iron buildings form the backbone of the SoHo district, which sits below Midtown. The name comes from the area’s geography: it’s the region south of Houston Street, in downtown Broadway. SoHo is synonymous with shopping – with boutiques for everyone from Wolf & Badger to Celine. Stay at NoMo SoHo for interiors stuffed with vintage finds and curious furnishings. Tribeca sits along the Hudson River, north of the Financial District. Hudson River Park and its promenade provide a breath of fresh air amid the hustle and bustle of Manhattan – quite literally. Stay at Walker Hotel Tribeca which gives a nod to the neighbourhood’s industrial past with practical design, utilitarian furnishings and whitewashed brickwork.

When is the best time of year to visit NYC?

New York never stays the same. It refashions itself throughout the year, offering something different in every season. Visit in spring and stroll through blossoming parks. Toast to the skyline on a terrace in summer. See the city’s trees painted in fiery reds and golden hues in autumn. Or go in winter and wrap yourself in a big coat before staring up at the famous Rockefeller Christmas tree – there's a reason so many films romanticise Christmas in New York. Check out our New York Travel Guide for a lowdown on the city's seasonal highlights and start planning your New York city break now.

What are the best things to do in New York?

If you’re a first-time visitor, you’ll want to visit all the classic New York attractions you’ve heard about in songs, read about in books and seen in films. We’ve put together a guide on the best things to do in New York, outlining the city’s highlights and offering useful tips, to help you get planning. Booking a short break and unsure of how you’re going to fit it all in? Use our weekend itinerary for inspiration. If you’re a return visitor who’s already seen the main tourist attractions or a traveller seeking out a different side of the city, look at our itinerary curated for the curious instead.

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New York City is brilliantly connected – turn your New York trip into a multi-city holiday by flying or driving on to other US cities. Boston is four hours drive north, Philly two hours south. You could swap the cultural capital for the political one, and fly to Washington DC, or take a trip to the west coast and visit San Francisco, then road trip to Las Vegas. Then fly home from your new destination. It’s easy with our multi-centre trip planner.

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