With its iconic skyline, New York is on most traveler’s bucket list. This chaotic and cultured city has featured so many times on the silver screen that you’ll feel as though you know its streets before you even arrive. Located across the city, New York City guest houses provide affordable options for travelers, whether you’re planning on hitting the bright lights of Broadway or cruising around Central Park.
There are New York guest houses located across all of the city’s boroughs. If you want to explore Brooklyn, for example, you can find a guesthouse within easy reach of Coney Island and Prospect Park. Wherever you stay, you can expect the same high standards and facilities you would find in New York hotels, including spacious guest rooms, air conditioning, and free Wi-Fi.
Whether you visit world-famous department stores like Macy’s or the vintage stores of Greenwich Village, it’s almost impossible to leave New York empty-handed. From clothes to antiques, New York City is a shopping paradise. From the flagship stores of 5th Avenue to the curiosities of Nordstrom Rack Union Square, New York City guest houses are never too far away.
From street corner delicatessens to Michelin-starred dining via $1 hot dogs, there is something for all taste buds in New York City. The staff at your New York guest house will be happy to tell you where to find the very best pastrami sandwich, fresh cream cheese and salmon bagels, or slice of pizza.
Skyscrapers. Yellow cabs. Lady Liberty. Times Square. Central Park. New York City is a smorgasbord of sights and sounds. And that’s just Manhattan Island.
New York City guest houses are well placed to take advantage of all the big tourist attractions. Art lovers will be in their element at the Guggenheim Museum and Metropolitan Museum of Art, while families should take to Broadway or Times Square to see some of the world’s best performers.
Each of New York City’s boroughs is compact enough to explore on foot. Alternatively, you can buy an ‘unlimited ride’ metro card, or use the city’s fleet of yellow cabs. The New York subway covers the entire city: from The Bronx in the north to Staten Island in the south.