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Cheapest month:December
Most expensive month:June
Average price in New York:$177/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$4/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$150 - $236
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$147 - $187
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About New York

Dominated by the “Big Apple”, New York State stretches from the shores of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie to the eastern tip of Long Island. It’s been nicknamed the “Empire State” and was one of the 13 original colonies that formed the United States. Beyond New York City, it encompasses the rural farms and wineries of the Finger Lakes, the rugged wilderness of the Adirondack Mountains and thundering Niagara Falls.

Things to do

Buzzing metropolises, spectacular natural wonders and a rich colonial history - New York State offers something for all travellers.

Sightsee in New York City. Home to some of the most iconic landmarks in the United States, New York City centres around bustling Manhattan. Photograph the Statue of Liberty, gaze up at the Empire State Building and stroll the leafy trails of Central Park before experiencing Williamsburg’s hipster culture.

Witness Niagara Falls. Straddling the border with Canada, Niagara Falls encompasses the most powerful waterfall in North America, Horseshoe Falls. Take in its roar from the dramatically positioned Observation Tower and learn about its natural history at the Niagara Gorge Discovery Center before coming face-to-face with Humboldt penguins at the Aquarium of Niagara.

Explore the Finger Lakes. Comprising 11 glacial lakes in central New York State, the Finger Lakes region features scenic state parks for enjoying the great outdoors. Admire the artwork on display at the Corning Museum of Glass or get hands-on at the Strong National Museum of Play before visiting the wineries along the Seneca Lake Wine Trail.

Visit Albany. Serving as the capital of New York State, Albany is home to the 19th-century Capitol building and the impressive New York State Museum. Admire the Hudson River School paintings on display at the Albany Institute of History and Art or coincide your visit with a performance at the architecturally striking complex known as The Egg.

Getting around

John F. Kennedy International Airport is the main aviation gateway to New York City, with international airports also serving Albany, Rochester, Syracuse and Buffalo-Niagara. Trains connect major cities throughout the state while buses serve smaller towns and villages.

New York travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in New York?

    New York, Brooklyn, and Queens are some of the most favored places to stay in New York.

  • What are the best hotels in New York?

    46 reviews rated Waldorf Astoria New York with an average score of 8.4/10. It may also be worth looking into the YOTEL New York, which received a rating of 7.6/10 from 3,891 reviews. MOXY NYC Times Square could also be a good option, with a score of 8.2/10 from 11,239 reviews.

  • What are the best hotels on Park Ave. in New York?

    It's probably fair to say that when you travel to a huge city like New York, you are going to find a number of streets that are very popular. There will certainly be no shortage of hotels in New York where you can find a satisfactory place to stay. It is also fair to say that one of the most iconic streets in this amazing city is Park Avenue, simply because this street offers so much. You'll find plenty of restaurants, shopping venues, museums, theaters, and, of course, a large number of great hotels. One choice for an amazing New York hotel right on this avenue is The Kitano Hotel New York. In the Big Apple, Park Ave. is one street that you shouldn't overlook.

  • Are there kid-friendly hotels in New York?

    For parents who are planning on bringing the kids to New York, finding a hotel is probably not going to be a problem, because there are plenty of choices for cheap hotels in New York. Nevertheless, parents are going to want a specific type of family-friendly hotel in New York. Most likely, they will want to find cheap hotels in New York that offer amenities that the entire family, especially the kids, are going to enjoy, such as a pool. In a very crowded and sometimes congested city like New York, it's also a nice touch if parents can find a kid-friendly hotel in New York that's close to some destinations and activities that their kids will love. One good choice for these families is The Margaritaville Resort Times Square, which not only has a pool that the kids will love, but that's also only a short drive from The Escape Room NYC: Mission Escape Games, as well as the Central Park Zoo, both of which make a great place for kids to spend an afternoon while in New York.

  • How do I find a peaceful and quiet hotel in New York?

    Trying to find a place to stay that offers a quieter experience in a huge city like New York can be a bit of a challenge. One great tip for trying to find such a place is to stay away from the more commercial or entertainment-driven neighborhoods in New York and to instead stay in quiet neighborhoods in New York that offer more residential-like accommodations. The hotel voco The Franklin New York is a really nice choice for visitors who are looking for a little quieter experience, given the hotel's location on the Upper East Side near the Yorkville neighborhood. If you want to get back to Lower Manhattan from this hotel, the drive time is only around 25 minutes, plus the 4 and 5 trains can have you there in about the same amount of time.

  • What neighborhoods in New York have the best restaurants?

    If there is one thing that New York is never lacking, it is great choices for dining. It's probably fair to say that any neighborhood you're staying in while in New York is going to offer quite a few dining choices that will be close enough to your hotel. That being said, one neighborhood where you will find a lot of dining is in Midtown Manhattan. Here, you can find practically any type of food in the world, from French to Mexican to Italian to Asian, and even some grab-and-go options for a quick bite during your New York City adventures. The New York Hilton Midtown is a wonderful choice for a hotel right in the middle of this neighborhood.