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A Guide to New York Landmarks for First Time Visitors

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

The big apple. The city that never sleeps. The capital of the world. From the bright lights of Broadway to the top of the Empire State Building, there is a lot to see and do in New York City! Deciding on a list of must-see’s will help you make the most out of any trip. For first-time visitors, here are a few standard landmark spots not to be missed!

Central Park:

Stepping out the door of most hotels will place you square in the midst of the hustle and bustle of New York City. Always remember, despite the giant skyscraper buildings and never ending parade of honking taxicabs, fresh air and green grass are not far away. Central Park, one of the city’s best-known landmarks, is easily reached from most New York hotels. While some spots might be familiar from movies (Breakfast at Tiffany’s) and TV shows (Friends), there are a few areas that only the insiders frequent.

The Alice in Wonderland statue, based on the famed children’s story, is a favorite spot of many of the city’s children. Alice, The Mad Hatter, The Cheshire Cat and, of course, The White Rabbit, are all cast in bronze in this whimsical statue. Some say that rubbing The White Rabbit or the toadstool Alice sits on can bring good luck, so be sure to touch the statue before heading to your next destination.

Another local favorite, the Shakespeare Garden, is a true must-see for any Bard buff. The Garden, originally planted in 1916, is full of plants mentioned in Shakespeare’s work. Over the years, the garden fell into disrepair, but flourished again in the late 80′s when Central Park patrons restored it. While many have enjoyed saying or reading the interesting names of plants from Shakespeare’s times, few would be able to identify wormwood, quince, or cowslip if it were in the lobby of the Manhattan hotel in which they were staying. To find out exactly what these and other exotic sounding plants actually look like, make sure this colorful garden makes it onto the agenda.

Radio City Music Hall:

Next up, the grandest theater in the world! Radio City Music Hall, long a favorite suggestion of New York City travel experts, is actually the largest indoor theater in existence, with a marquee the size of a full city block! Both live-theater and movie fans are sure to be enthralled by the gorgeous theater that was designed so that there are no “bad seats.”

Famous movies such as White Christmas, National Velvet, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s premiered here; and stars like Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles and Liza Minnelli, among others, have performed here. During the holiday season, the Christmas Spectacular features the Radio City Rockettes, whose high, choreographed kicks have made history. True fans will insist on a behind-the-scenes tour before making their way back to their hotel. Tours are available daily, and downtown hotel concierges may have discounted ticket coupons.

For many traveling to New York, they want the excitement of travel combined with the convenience of hotel location. Remember, there are many New York luxury hotel options available. Make sure your hotel is based around your itinerary and personal style. If you are spending most of your time in the theaters around Broadway, then consider searching for boutique New York Broadway hotels among other boutique hotel room options.

About the Author:

Alex Zesch is an expert on luxury hotels in New York. He also has an interest in boutique hotels in New York City as well as Chicago luxury hotels. Article source: 111 Travel Directory: (triple one dot com)

Travel Tips For New York City

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

family acommodation new yorkNew York, New York – so good they named it twice – is one of the most fascinating, exciting and cultural cities in the world. Within the 20 square miles that comprise Manhattan can be found some of the world’s greatest museums, shops and restaurants, as well as a spectacular skyline that’s known the world over.

You could spend a lifetime in New York without experiencing everything fully. Some of the sights that any first time visitor to New York must see include the Empire State Building – for many years the world’s tallest building – the immigration museum at Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square and the United Nations Building.

One of the joys of visiting the city is simply to wander through the different and varied neighborhoods – Greenwich Village, Chinatown, the Theater District, Harlem and Little Italy. The outlying borough of Brooklyn has several attractions including the botanical gardens and the famous amusement park at Coney Island.

One of the biggest attractions is the city’s diversity – in New York you can hear virtually any language spoken and dine in a different ethnic restaurant every night for a month. Apart from Manhattan, the borough of Queens is also well known for its wide selection of foreign restaurants.

Shopping in New York is equally satisfying, offering world class department stores with such famous names as Bergdorf Goodman and Bloomingdales. At the other end of the shopping spectrum are street markets, designer boutiques and specialty stores.

New York has some of the greatest museums in the world – several conveniently located together at the edge of Central Park. The Metropolitan Museum of Art attracts more visitors than any other place in the city and offers everything from Egyptian mummies to 20th century masterpieces.

On the other hand the city has over 50 smaller but fascinating museums dedicated to such diverse subjects as firefighting, tenement living and the history of finance. Children are not forgotten – there are several museums aimed at children as well as the ever popular Bronx Zoo with its more than 4,000 animals.

Since the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001, one of New York’s biggest attractions has been the remains of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. More than a tourist attraction, to many it’s a site of pilgrimage and a poignant reminder of the events of that day.

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New York family friendly hotels with rooms to sleep 5, 6, 7 or more people!!!

Sunday, March 6th, 2011

New York isn’t just about New York City! There are lots of places in New York that are worth a visit like Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn, it provides a great view of Manhattan, Brooklyn and lower NY Harbor including the Statue of Liberty. There is a great zoo in Buffalo as well as a museum of science, there is also a Zoo in the Bronx as well as the Yankee Stadium.  Or go and visit the Niagara Falls which  straddle the international border between the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of New York.

If you are just visiting New York City then  Ground Zero Museum Workshop is a must as well as Central park and the Empire State building.

There are lots of hotels in New York from budget to the more luxurious but there are not many hotels with rooms or suites that can accommodate 5 or 6 people, particularly in new York City!

Don’t spend hours trying to find these elusive hotels, find them straight away here at We list the approximate rate as well as description of the hotel, find your hotel quickly and easily:))

Hotels with family rooms and connecting rooms to sleep 5, 6, 7 or more in New York City!

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

If your looking for hotels with family rooms in New York City there are plenty to go around if you are a family of 4 but if you have more than 2 kids you will struggle to find a family room or connecting rooms that will sleep your family of 5, 6, 7 or more!

I have scoured the net to find these elusive rooms and have managed to locate 14 (to date) that will sleep a family of 5 or more.  If your looking for a cheap, budget hotel in New York,  the cheapest I have come across are the Radio City apartments in  Mid-Town Manhattan just steps from Rockefeller Center and Times Square from just $165 per night for a family of 5 or the Cosmopolitan Hotel from $179. 

If you prefer luxurious hotels then the New York Marriott East Side which has had a $24 million guest room renovation can sleep a family of 5 in one of their junior suites.  

If it’s space your after then the Hotel 309 can sleep up to 7 in their 2 bedroom suites from the bargain price of  $189!!

Whatever you plan to do in New York City, you are sure to find a hotel to accommodate your big family at

Hotels that have family rooms to sleep 5 or more in New York!

Monday, October 12th, 2009

Its taken a while but I have finally found some hotels in New York that can accommodate a family of 5! :razz: Here are just some of the hotels available, click on Room for 5 to see more information and more hotels in New York that sleep 5 or more!!!

Radio City Apartments Radio City Apartments is a comfortable and affordable hotel hidden in the heart of Mid-Town Manhattan just steps from Rockefeller Center and Times Square. The “homey” atmosphere and the kitchenette each room is equipped with, make the Radio City Apartments a perfect solution for the business traveler who requires an over night stay and for tourists with their children.

We have various suites to sleep 5 or more.

Hotel 309 Hotel 309 is centrally located to reach anywhere in Manhattan within minutes. There are two subways just a few steps away.

Our two bedroom suites (2br)sleep up to 7 people. The rooms have, two bunk beds (four beds), in one room. Then they have a queen sized bed and a futon couch in the other room. the rooms also have a bathroom and kitchen. They are perfect for a larger family or group of friends traveling together.
We provide soaps, towels, pillows, sheets, coffee, maps etc…

Sugar Hill Harlem Inn Sugar Hill Harlem Inn is located in the landmark district of Sugar Hill, in a Victorian townhouse built in 1906. This is a beautiful part of NYC. It is a landmark district and most of the buildings are Victorian. It is a quiet and safe neighborhood. The subway,(the A train) is a 5 minute walk. This is an express and will get you to Midtown in 10-15 minutes.

We have one 2 bedroom suite, The Renaissance Suite. There is a large living room, with original wood floors and oriental carpets,and a fireplace. There is a sofa bed so there is room for extra persons. There is a long hallway with bare brick walls and skylight leading past the kitchen and bathroom to Ella’s room on the right and Ali’s room straight ahead. If you are a large party of 4 or more this is the place for you. It is light and airy and you will feel right at home soaking up the history of Harlem right at the top of Sugar Hill.

Gershwin Hotel The Gershwin Hotel is the preferred address of creative travel. Drenched in pop art, we have remained a staple in the arts, entertainment and fashion landscape. The Gershwin Hotel is also one of the few hotels in New york with family sized rooms.

Our family rooms are artisitc large rooms with 2 adjoining ensuite rooms which have a queen sized bed in the first room and 2 twin beds in the second room. It is a great room for parents who would like some privacy while in New york with their kids or adults that need a large space to accomodate their sleeping needs.

The Sohotel The Sohotel is steps away from the most cultural points New York City has to offer.

Our Regency Plus + rooms can accommodate up to 5 guests with 2 Double Beds and 1 Twin Bed. Large Rooms with exposed Brick to really make you feel warm and at home. All our Regency Plus+ rooms are equipped with 32″ Flat Screen TV’s, Air Conditioning, Alarm Clocks, Hair Dryers, and Private Baths with wall to wall marble. We offer; Daily maid service, Nightly Turn-Down Service, and Refreshments.