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The city that never sleeps invigorates the senses and sends the appetite for adventure into overdrive. Walk through Times Square, immerse yourself in Little Italy, luxuriate in Central Park and dream big at Radio City Music Hall. For great discounts on your New York City vacation, grab a CityPASS for entry to six of NYC's top attractions for a fraction of the cost. Let CheapTickets help you get into an Empire State of mind, and squeeze every last drop of juice out of the Big Apple.

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The Roger

4 stars
4.1 / 5 135 reviews
Luxury Midtown boutique hotel cops a fun attitude This June, The Roger is unveiling a sophisticated new look after extensive renovations of its public spaces and guest rooms.  Standing at the crossroads of uptown and downtown, the new Roger is a marriage of chic design and old world comfort, while continuing an unyielding commitment to superior service.  The fresh aesthetic of the Roger's new lobby lounge and restaurant is curated by hospitality guru Steven Kamali and designed by the notable Anna Busta.  To update the spacious guest rooms, The Roger tapped Annette Jaffe of MSM.  Roger's new look is characterized by lush custom pieces and applied moldings to naturally compliment the historic building's unique rooms.  Whether for only a night or a week's long stay, The Roger is the modern traveler's home away from home. HighlightsIntimate, boutique feelChic design complements old-world comfortSelect rooms have private, landscaped terracesBreakfast has foods from famous New York purveyors RoomsThis boutique hotel strives to be different by injecting fun. Individually designed rooms at The Roger are accentuated by distinct furnishings and casted patterns. Bright rooms have white walls with beige carpeting. Bold splashes of color -- lime green, blue, red -- appear on bed skirts, headboards, chairs and ottomans. Beds feature Egyptian cotton sheets with down duvets, accented by colorful quilts. Flat-screen, plasma TVs, free Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations, safes, bathrobes and Aveda bath products are among the amenities. Executive rooms have reading areas and views of Madison Avenue. Garden Terrace rooms boast private, landscaped balconies. One of the many penthouse perks is 24-hour butler service. FeaturesGuests may use the 24-hour fitness center at no charge. The Roger offers complimentary overnight shoeshine. DiningThe Roger serves breakfast as a European-style buffet with selections from gourmet New York purveyors, such as pastries from Balthazar. The buffet serves specialty granola, meats and cheeses, fruit and hot items including sausage, scrambled eggs and oatmeal. The Roger restaurant serves lunch and dinner from noon to midnight Sunday through Thursday. The restaurant stays open until 1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Room service is available during restaurant hours. The mezzanine lounge features a menu of hearty appetizers, salads and small plates, including a fish taco trio and aged goat cheese ravioli. Transportation MTA Subway 4, 6 lines at 33rd St. - Lexington (0.2 mi/ 0.3 km)Penn Station (0.6 mi/ 1 km)Grand Central Station (0.6 mi/ 1 km)La Guardia AirportNewark Liberty International AirportJohn F. Kennedy International Airport Attractions Empire State Building (0.2 mi/ 0.32 km)Macy's Herald Square (0.5 mi/ 0.8 km)Flatiron Building (0.5 mi/ 0.8 km)Madison Square Garden (0.6 mi/ 0.97 km)Javits Convention Center (1.3 mi/ 2.09 km) Business Conference suite for up to 12 peopleFree Wi-Fi
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Wellington Hotel

3 stars
3.5 / 5 1440 reviews
Radiating history from its walls, the Wellington Hotel New York?built in 1901?stands apart from the fast pace of modern city life surrounding it. The plush lobby is decked out in rich tones and intricate murals, while focal chandeliers give the interiors a classical ambience.  If you are here on business, the hotel?s central location and 24-hour business center will cater to your every need. Midtown Manhattan is full of excellent restaurants; gourmets would do well to try the Wellington?s delicious plates of Greek mezze at the Molyvos restaurant, or the Park Cafe's informal all-day dining options. Key facts700 guestroomsTwo restaurants: Molyvos and Park Cafe24-hour business centerGift shopHair salonMultilingual staff NeighborhoodWith Central Park just three blocks away, the Wellington places guests close to a welcoming green space featuring a wide range of activities, including roller skating and boating, on the calm waters of the lake. Every type of cuisine is represented in this neighborhood, with area favorites ranging from Ray’s Pizza on Broadway to The Russian Tea Room on West 57th Street, where visitors can choose from more than 40 types of vodka, or book the facility for a classical afternoon tea. Retail therapy can be found inside the designer stores of 5th Avenue or the dependable establishment of Bloomingdale’s, which combines major lines and fresh labels. Hints and tipsSome of the rooms have kitchenettes-perfect for hot snacks and downtime after a long day. If you're visiting in November or December, stock up on gifts and Christmas decorations at the Wellington's Christmas Cottage store.
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Warwick Hotel New York

4 stars
4.2 / 5 541 reviews
The Warwick Hotel New York combines the trifecta of Old World elegance, 4-star luxury and a prime location. Founded by publisher William Randolph Hearst in 1926, 426 comfortable accommodations boast marble bathrooms, and vibrant, 1930's-style artwork decorates the walls of the on-site restaurant. Long popular among high-society guests and stars filming in the city, Hearst had this hotel built for sentimental reasons, and that romantic quality still twinkles in the air. All the major amenities a guest would expect from upmarket NYC accommodations are present inside the Warwick, including a gym, currency exchange, baggage storage, laundry facilities and concierge service. Anyone planning special events or business while they're in the Big Apple should take advantage of the meeting room, business center and banquet facilities. Key facts426 guestroomsRestaurants: Randolph's Bar & Lounge and Murals on 54Room serviceFitness centerWi-Fi available (fees may apply)Complimentary weekday newspaper7,000-square-foot meeting spaceConference roomsBanquet facilities NeighborhoodSituated at 65 West 54th Street in Manhattan, the Warwick Hotel is within walking distance of some of New York's most alluring cultural attractions, including the Broadway District and several key museums and galleries. Both the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) and The American Folk Art Museum are a stone's throw away, while a five-minute walk takes you to the Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral. Visitors can dine in the Warwick's Murals on 54 and still attend a Broadway show within minutes. In addition, the 57th Street Subway is a bare two blocks away. Hints and tipsStart your morning at the fitness center, which includes treadmills, bikes, free weights and a Stairmaster with personal TV.
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Row NYC

4 stars
3.8 / 5 127 reviews
Row NYC hotel has pioneered a new era of individuality by meeting NYCs signature urban grit with grandeur - transforming our guests stay into a completely contemporary experience. With a front row view to Times Square that's truly incomparable. Our guests reside in the middle of it all, with exciting access to everything and anything - 24/7. The modern and dynamic lobby also features Iconic M, international magazine and gift shop. On the same level, District M provides a European style cafe by day, a Neapolitan pizza bar and cocktail lounge by night. The focal point of District M is a digital gallery of celebrities photographs during the late seventies and early eighties by the famed paparazzo Ron Galella. Our contemporary guest rooms are chic with Manhattan-inspired decor in white-hot hues mixed with unexpectedly vibrant custom furnishings. The room colors are inspired by the vibrant colors of the NY subway lines and fun graphics sayings on the walls that give homage to our Times Square location. Walk through our floors and enjoy murals from New York City neighborhoods. The hotel is surrounded by 24 theaters, 1 block from Restaurant Row and the excitement and energy of Times Square. We are conveniently located to Jacob Javits center, Macy's, Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building and many of the top NYC attractions. Subway Stations, Port Authority and Penn Station are just steps away from the hotel. Row NYC is MORE NEW YORK THAN NEW YORK
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Michelangelo Hotel

4 stars
4.5 / 5 196 reviews
Elegant European style, generous rooms, close to Broadway theaters Elegant decor and gracious service have landed this hotel on travel magazine "best of" lists. The lobby sets the tone, with antique furnishings, crystal chandeliers and marble columns. Spacious rooms and marble bathrooms provide a quiet retreat. Special touches, such as turndown service, overnight shoeshine and complimentary car service to Wall Street, offer guests VIP treatment. The convenient Midtown location is steps from Broadway theaters and close to Central Park, Fifth Avenue and more. Highlights Elegant, Italian-inspired decorGenerously sized roomsMarble bathrooms with soaking tubsShort walk to Central Park, Broadway theaters and more   Rooms The 179 generously sized rooms average 475 square feet. Elegant rooms feature cherry furniture and cream-colored walls and carpeting. Color schemes vary from room to room, but each includes champagne-colored bedding and drapes with a rich accent color. Amenities include bathrobes, Bose stereos and Wi-Fi (fees apply). Marble bathrooms have soaking tubs, heat lamps and luxury bath products. Junior, one- and two-bedroom suites are available. Features Travel + Leisure magazine named the hotel on its list of the 500 Greatest Hotels of the World. Conde Nast Traveler has put the hotel on its Gold List. The hotel concierge is a member of the exclusive Global Les Clefs d'Or.   There is a complimentary 24-hour fitness center at the hotel. Guests also have access to the fitness club across the street with a pool, sauna and steam room (fees apply).   The hotel offers free car service to Wall Street weekday mornings from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Return service in the afternoon or evening is available upon request (fees apply). DiningThe highly regarded, on-site Insieme restaurant specializes in Italian cuisine. Room service is available 24 hours a day. World-famous French restaurant Le Bernardin is around the corner. The 21 Club, Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, The Capital Grille and Carnegie Deli are all nearby. Diners can also have tasty croissants, coffee and tea daily in The Tuscany room on site. Patrons start the day with A la carte breakfast served from 7 AM to 12 PM from Mondays to Fridays; and from 8 AM to 12 PM from Saturdays and Sundays in Insieme Lounge. Complimentary Buondi Caffe is served in the Tuscan Room - fresh-brewed coffee and pastries in the finest Italian tradition from Mondays to Sundays. Guests at the hotel can sit back and relax with a variety of relaxing treats and drinks at Insieme Lounge on site. The lounge also serve Italian fares for lunch and dinner. Transportation MTA Subway 1, 2 lines at 50th Street – Broadway (0.1 mi/ 0.2 km)Grand Central Terminal (0.6 mi/ 1 km)Penn Station (1 mi/ 1.61 km)La Guardia AirportNewark Liberty International AirportJohn F. Kennedy International Airport Attractions Theater District (0.1 mi/ 0.2 km)Central Park (0.6 mi/ 1 km)Rockefeller Center (0.4 mi/ 0.6 km)Museum of Modern Art (0.3 mi/ 0.5 km)Carnegie Hall (0.3 mi/ 0.5 km)
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
Los Angeles New York Tue, Mar 10 - Mon, Mar 16 $254
Fort Lauderdale New York Thu, Mar 5 - Tue, Mar 10 $184
San Francisco New York Thu, Feb 19 - Wed, Feb 25 $252
Orlando New York Wed, Feb 25 - Thu, Mar 5 $227
Atlanta New York Sat, Feb 14 - Sat, Feb 21 $276
Chicago New York Tue, Mar 3 - Tue, Mar 10 $87
San Juan New York Wed, Feb 4 - Thu, Feb 5 $343
Miami New York Fri, Feb 13 - Tue, Feb 17 $258
Dallas New York Wed, Feb 18 - Sun, Feb 22 $117
Charlotte New York Sun, Feb 1 - Sat, Feb 7 $197
Seattle New York Mon, Mar 9 - Tue, Mar 10 $345
Tampa New York Wed, Feb 18 - Sun, Feb 22 $216
Denver New York Tue, Feb 3 - Mon, Feb 9 $179
Las Vegas New York Tue, Feb 24 - Mon, Mar 16 $251
Raleigh New York Sun, Feb 1 - Sun, Feb 8 Check rates
San Diego New York Thu, Feb 12 - Tue, Feb 17 $332
Santo Domingo New York Wed, Feb 4 - Mon, Feb 9 $465
Houston New York Wed, Feb 18 - Thu, Feb 19 $279
Phoenix New York Fri, Jan 30 - Sun, Feb 8 $203
Detroit New York Tue, Feb 17 - Wed, Feb 18 $147
Santiago New York Thu, Mar 12 - Sat, Mar 21 $448
Minneapolis New York Sun, Feb 15 - Wed, Feb 18 $330
Moscow New York Mon, Mar 2 - Mon, Mar 16 $243
New Orleans New York Sat, Mar 7 - Tue, Mar 10 $243
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Best time to take a vacation to New York

  • Best Time to Go

    The best time to plan New York City vacations depends on your interests. For example, cultural devotees will love to visit during the fall, winter or the beginning of spring, when the top cultural establishments offer the best of entertainment free of charge. Those with inclinations towards sight-seeing will prefer the more manageable weather of fall and spring. In terms of wallet string manageability, the best travel bargains are available between January and April, avoiding peak tourist seasons.

Insider tips for New York travel

  • Harlem

    Harlem caters to the young and vibrant and offers a reasonable price tag for visitors looking for good New York travel accommodations, along Frederick Douglass Boulevard.

  • Natural Sceneries

    With a vast selection of natural sceneries from the Niagara Falls to Catskill mountains, divulge yourself in a nature escapade of jungle trekking, swimming or photography, to name a few.

  • Adventureland

    For those visiting the city with family, bring your kids to Adventureland at Long Island. With over 30 rides and entertainment, as well as shopping outlets, it is bound to be an exciting day for you and your loved ones.

  • Fashion and Art

    With New York City is a hub for fashion and art, so spend some time at the Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology, which has an inexhaustible collection of 50,000 outfits and ornaments, some that date from the 18th century.

  • Best Pizzas

    New York City travel is not complete without a slice of pizza, and the best locations to grab a bite include Ben’s in Soho, or Joe’s Pizza at Carmine Street.

New York highlights

  • New York City highlights
  • Empire State Building

    Whether you're looking for King Kong or meeting a sleepless someone from Seattle, the top of the Empire State Building is the place to be. This Manhattan icon has stood the test of time, and embodies old New York glamour, elegance and wow factor.

  • High Line

    What was once an elevated freight train line has been redeveloped into a 1.45-mile-long park, with a walking track that allows a unique perspective on the city below. Take a walk on the high side during your New York City travels, and relax in the tranquility as you watch the hustle and bustle down below.

  • Broadway

    They say there's nothing like seeing a show on Broadway during your New York City vacation, but the thrill is much sweeter when you nab tickets for a fraction of the price. Check out the half-price ticket stalls in Times Square and head to a matinee for a reduced fee. Other budget-enhancing measures include watching dress rehearsals and choosing a seat with less of a view.

  • Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

    America is a proud nation of immigrants and these harbor icons celebrate that fact. Spend a few bucks to take a tour, or do as the locals do and get the best views from the deck of the Staten Island Ferry.

  • Apollo Theater

    Head to Harlem on your New York City travels to see where some the biggest names in the biz (Ella Fitzgerald, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder) graced the stage. You could pay a small fortune to watch big-name acts, but if you go on weekly Amateur Night, you can see the stars of the future for around $20.

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