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Tips on how to find a good hotel in New York

Before you decide on travelling to New York, it's important that you decide on what type of hotel accommodation you would like to choose in NY. Your choice of New York hotels will be guided by a few factors. We give you answers to some of the common questions, to help you decide on the right hotel in New York for you.

Where you're going to stay in New York?

You’ve finally got the vacation you deserve after slaving on a desk for half a decade. You saw fit to reward yourself with a trip to the Big Apple; New York, New York, here you come … you’ve got the brochures ready, the traveling checks are in your hand bag and you’re wearing your best Gucci shades to keep you from the harsh glare of the sun. But haven’t you forgotten something?

Like ... maybe knowing in which of New York hotels you’re going to stay?

Plaza Hotel, Manhattan

New York hotels Q & A

Touring New York would no doubt be something akin to paradise with all of the tourist spots it can boast of but no doubt at first glance, New York prices would make your eyebrows raise and possibly, gulp at the exorbitance of it. No doubt the same applies to staying at New York hotels. But remember, everything comes with a price and rent or living space is usually the hardest to tackle when it comes to New York. When choosing a hotel to stay in New York then, it’s imperative that you ask yourself the following questions so you can determine which of New York hotels is ideal for your budget.

1. What part of New York do you plan to stay in?

Park Place Tower, New York
New York can be divided into several districts and these districts usually determine the range of hotel fees you’re going to encounter. Do you want your hotel to be situated in Manhattan, where most New York attractions can be found? If you want, however, to stay in a funky upbeat district then the New York hotels in Soho and Greenwich and the likes are probably what you’re looking for.

2. How much can you afford?

Now that we’ve got a specific location in mind, the next step to take is to count our available dollars. New York hotel room prices range from the exorbitant to the wonderfully cheap. Naturally, the features are somewhat dependent on the price.

3. Who are you with?

If you’re bringing kids, then not all New York hotels can of course, open their doors to welcome you. With children in tow, we can suggest hotels like the Doubletree Guest Suites and the Hilton Time Square, New York hotels that are both famous for reliable, warm and efficient service. And then there are the pets. If you’re the type to bring around your Dalmatian or Siamese with you wherever you go then the lists of prospective New York hotels that you can stay on would narrow further. For travelers accompanied by their furry friends, try checking out New York hotels like 70 Park Avenue Hotel and Carlyle Hotel, which even offers dog-walking services just in case you find yourself busy touring New York City.

4. What features and services do you need?

If you’re on some sort of business trip, then definitely you’d prefer one of New York hotels with Internet access. If you’re planning to host some sort of gathering then you’ll also be interested to check out hotel facilities and see what best suits the event you have in mind. Also, not all New York hotels come with Olympic sized pools, Grade A spas and fitness centers so you must take all these things in consideration as you try hit upon the best place to stay in New York.

If and when you do find one of New York hotels to stay in, then we will leave you with just one more tip: be wary of pickpockets, have fun and don’t forget to take a picture of the Empire State Building!

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