Because who wouldn’t want to go on holiday to New York? Eternally chic and with something for everyone there really is nowhere quite like New York. The Big Apple is somewhere everyone should visit at least once, and many find themselves returning to it again and again.
“New York is magical in Winter, with Christmas lights, snow and ice rinks – but pack your thermals! Or visit in autumn for colourful leaves in Central Park and Thanksgiving celebrations.”
Lucy Dodsworth from On the Luce
With tons of different neighbourhoods all offering something unique, a big city feel plus village eateries and pockets of international communities, New York has lots to offer but when it comes to choosing a hotel it can be a bit overwhelming.
To make things easier we’ve broken it down into separate articles depending on what you are looking for on your holiday to New York. Whether you want a luxurious spa break, a high-flying city break, a room with a view or a quick getaway on a budget we’ve got the hotels to suit you.
Good to know:
- According to our data the cheapest time to visit New York is in January when hotel prices are on average around £150 a night.
- The most expensive time to visit New York is October when the average hotel price is £277 a night.
- The year round average price for a hotel room in New York is £219 per night.
Read our shortlist of the best boutique hotels in New York for a chic holiday
Read our post about the best boutique hotels in NYC depending on which neighbourhood you want to stay in. Whether you want to stay in trendy Soho or live in the lap of luxury on the Upper East Side we’ve got some gorgeous boutique hotels that will give you the ideal New York experience.View NYC hotels on trivago
Book a hotel room with an amazing view for your New York City holiday
Imagine watching those dreamy sunsets over a New York skyline from the comfort of your room. Wake up to the Statue or Liberty or the Empire State Building standing majestically outside your window, or look down on the bustling bright lights of Times Square.View NYC hotels on trivago
Choosing the best neighbourhood for your New York City holiday
If you’ve not been to New York before then choosing where to stay can be a daunting task. There is so much to see and every neighbourhood has its own distinct vibe, whether it’s cool delis and brunch spots or shopping and museums we’ve put together a list of the best places to stay in New York for every type of holiday.View NYC hotels on trivago
Book a spa hotel in New York City for a relaxing holiday
New York is a busy city but it also has oasis of calm hidden in boutique hotels where you can relax and take a breather. For the ultimate girls weekend of shopping and pampering, book yourselves into one of these luxurious spa hotels with incredible views combined with state-of-the-art facilities. Spend your days exploring the city and shopping til you drop, then return to your hotel for a few hours by the pool and maybe even a massage.View NYC hotels on trivago