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Things to do in New York

Times Square
Macy's Herald Square
Madison Square Garden

Are there hotels available near Times Square?

Below are the 12 user recommended hotels in the area of New York that is closest to Times Square. The average price near Times Square is 334 C$/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Times Square are typically 19% more expensive than the average hotel in New York, which is 269 C$.

Hotels near Times Square

Are there hotels available near Macy's Herald Square?

If you’re looking for a hotel in New York near Macy's Herald Square then you are in luck. momondo recommends 12 hotels near Macy's Herald Square and on average, area hotels cost 332 C$/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Macy's Herald Square are typically 18% more expensive than the average hotel in New York, which is 269 C$.

Hotels near Macy's Herald Square

Are there hotels available near Madison Square Garden?

Hotels near Madison Square Garden are typically 19% more expensive than the average hotel in New York, which is 269 C$.

Hotels near Madison Square Garden

Popular neighbourhoods in New York

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When to book a hotel in New York

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Low Season
January
High Season
May

cheapest month to stay

34%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

25%

expected price increase

Price
218 C$ - 428 C$
Highest day of week
Tuesday
Cheapest day of week
Sunday

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weeknight)

369 C$

avg. price over the last two weeks

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weekend night)

316 C$

avg. price over the last two weeks

Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in New York is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
155 C$ - 167 C$
3 star
249 C$ - 291 C$
4-5 star
348 C$ - 392 C$

New York travel tips

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Best time to visit New York City

Any time is a good time to visit NYC. Take note that hotel rates fluctuate seasonally, so book your stay early and try to time your visit with the off-peak months. The winter months from January – February translate to attractive accommodation rates and fewer crowds than any other time of the year although the weather will tend to be much colder. In the peak tourist season from July – August the weather is favourable, but you will encounter long queues at all major sites and attractions. March – April has moderate hotel rates and fewer tourists. March temperatures range from 5 – 15 degrees Celsius and fresh spring blooms create a pretty picture all over the city’s parks and green spaces.

Walking in New York City

Exploring the Big Apple on foot is a great idea. Many of the popular tourist attractions are located in a compact walkable area. NYC streets are laid out in a numbered grid pattern making it easy to navigate from one place to another. You will definitely come across some unique sights and make pleasant accidental discoveries at a street corner or an alley. You are also quite likely to be lost in the city at least once! Don’t worry if that happens. Just chat with the nearest passer-by and don’t hesitate to ask for directions. New Yorkers are always happy to help. Do listen carefully to what they say because New Yorkers are typically in a hurry and they won’t wait long enough to give you the same instructions twice!

Transport options in New York City

The city has a fast and efficient public transport system consisting of the subway trains and buses. Yellow taxis are available in plenty as are ride-share options such as Uber and Lyft. Citi Bike, NYC’s official bike-share program is another excellent option to get around the city.


How much does a hotel in New York cost per night?

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2 stars or below
Hotel Pennsylvania
#1 Most popular

Hotel Pennsylvania

5.8

162 C$

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Broadway Hotel And Hostel
#2 Most popular

Broadway Hotel And Hostel

7.2

152 C$

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Travel Inn Hotel
Best value

Travel Inn Hotel

7.9

21 C$

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3 stars
Pod 51
#1 Most popular

Pod 51

8.0

157 C$

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Blue Moon Boutique Hotel
#2 Most popular

Blue Moon Boutique Hotel

6.6

342 C$

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Salisbury Hotel
Best value

Salisbury Hotel

7.7

26 C$

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4 stars and up
Hudson New York
#1 Most popular

Hudson New York

6.8

43 C$

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Row NYC
#2 Most popular

Row NYC

7.1

168 C$

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The Roosevelt Hotel
Best value

The Roosevelt Hotel

7.0

27 C$

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Hostels and cheap hotels in New York

These hotels and hostels usually make for a cheap way to stay in New York
Travel Inn Hotel

Travel Inn Hotel

7.9

22 C$

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The Roosevelt Hotel

The Roosevelt Hotel

7.0

27 C$

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Morningside Inn

Morningside Inn

4.2

26 C$

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Mayfair New York

Mayfair New York

5.4

35 C$

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Salisbury Hotel

Salisbury Hotel

7.7

26 C$

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The Bowery House

The Bowery House

6.4

37 C$

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Get the best value hotel in New York

These hotels have the best prices for their ratings
The Roosevelt Hotel

The Roosevelt Hotel

7.0

27 C$

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Excelsior Hotel

Excelsior Hotel

8.4

56 C$

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Travel Inn Hotel

Travel Inn Hotel

7.9

22 C$

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Hudson New York

Hudson New York

6.8

44 C$

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Salisbury Hotel

Salisbury Hotel

7.7

26 C$

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The Bowery House

The Bowery House

6.4

37 C$

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Where to stay in New York

Best places to stay in New York City

Thinking of yellow taxi cabs or the yummiest street food off the trucks past midnight? A selfie in front of the Charging Bull or a classic Broadway show? Christmas Tree at the Rockefeller Centre or the Ball Drop at Times Square on New Year’s Eve? You seem to be in a New York state of mind! Choose from a wide range of accommodation options across several unique neighborhoods in New York City (NYC).

Times Square / Theatre District / Midtown

The world’s busiest square, buzzing with bright lights entertainment and shopping, everything about Times Square is big and bold. The surrounding Midtown area and Theater District is home to the Broadway theatres, The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Centre, and many other popular NYC landmarks. If you want to be in the thick of action at Times Square stay at the iconic Royalton Hotel on 44th Street or the stately hotel, The Knickerbocker at the intersection of 42nd Street and Broadway. At the edge of the Theater District, you have the AKA Times Square hotel which boasts luxury suites with breathtaking views of the city. For the ultimate luxury indulge in a stay at the Baccarat Hotel and Residences New York. The rooms here have 4-poster beds with sprawling windows and elaborate Baccarat-inspired furnishings.

SoHo

One of the most charming NYC neighbourhoods, SoHo is full of warehouse sheds converted into art studios and hip clubs. You will also find several noteworthy bars and restaurants in the area. This part of the city is also a shopping paradise with scores of swanky boutiques as well as bargain stores. Check out the Hotel Hugo for sleek rooms with floor-length windows offering magnificent views of Manhattan. Or experience the old-world New York glamour at the historic and artsy Soho Grand Hotel on Broadway.

Upper West Side

Upper West Side is home to Lincoln Center and the American Museum of Natural History. Some of the most renowned NYC restaurants such as Zabar’s and Fairway Café are also in this area. Nestled between Central Park and the Hudson River, this is a quieter area offering a slight respite from the hustle and bustle of Times Square and Midtown. Enjoy the seamless blend of Art Deco and industrial chic at the Nylo Hotel, a short walk from both Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Central Park. You can also look at the Empire Hotel with modern rooms located right next to Lincoln Center.

Brooklyn

While Manhattan is the most popular borough of NYC, Brooklyn is the most populated. If you want to stay here for a few days to experience the borough up close the best place to choose your accommodation is in the Williamsburg neighbourhood, which offers plenty of shopping, dining, and live music. Check out the hip waterfront property of Whythe Hotel or the industrial chic Franklin Guesthouse. In Downtown Brooklyn you can opt for the Aloft New York Brooklyn or the NU Hotel which blends quirky niceties into classy, eco-friendly accommodation.

Queens

The largest of the 5 NYC boroughs, Queens on Long Island boasts gorgeous parks, world-class sporting events and an attractive international culinary scene. Stay at the Boro Hotel close to the Manhattan subway line or take a look at the Aloft Long Island City – Manhattan View which has plenty of bars and restaurants in the vicinity. You can consider at the Hilton Garden Inn New York Long Island City / Manhattan View hotel for its excellent location next to 6 different subway lines.

Cheap hotels in New York City

Stay at the Row NYC, a newly renovated hotel in the heart of Times Square or The Time New York hotel on 49th Street. In midtown at the intersection of 54th Street and Broadway you have the Ameritania at Times Square hotel. The West Side YMCA hostel opposite Central Park is also a good budget accommodation option. Hotel 31 on 31st Street and The Jane Hotel in West Village are some other popular options for cheap accommodation in NYC.


Learn about attractions and sights in New York

New York City is like a true microcosm of the world. There is hardly a subject, theme, idea, attraction, or trend in the world which has not been touched or influenced or reflected in NYC. Your NYC itinerary is like a blank diary whose pages can be filled with whatever interests you most. You can choose the popular tourist attractions or the sites that lie off-the-beaten path, or a mix of both.

  • For excellent views of Manhattan, you can go to the top of the Empire State Building or travel to the highest point of the South Brooklyn park to admire the striking Manhattan skyline from this green space.
  • Visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art (MOMA) or check out medieval European art and artifacts at The Choisters museum in Upper Manhattan.
  • Take a leisurely stroll or a bike ride at the leafy expanse of Central Park in the middle of Manhattan or visit the Fort Tyron Park in the Hudson Heights neighbourhood in Upper Manhattan.
  • Enjoy some delightful ethnic fare at Chinatown and Little Italy close to SoHo or head to the Queens borough for an amazing gastronomic journey of several international cuisines.
  • Check out the sleek art Gagosian Gallery and Gladstone Gallery, and the several larger-than-life art installations and exhibits in the Chelsea neighbourhood. Head to Long Island City to visit the MOMA PS1 which hosts cutting-edge exhibitions and weekly outdoor music events.
  • You won’t stop clicking away in the neon-extravaganza of Times Square, but also attempt to capture pictures of some of the best street art in NYC at the hip Bushwick neighbourhood in the Brooklyn borough.
  • Walk or bike across the Brooklyn Bridge to get spectacular views of Lower Manhattan or enjoy the same views from the Brooklyn Bridge Park. Later you can ride on Jane’s Carousel or stop by for an ice-cream at Ample Hills creamery.
  • Lose yourself in the fascinating flora and fauna of the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx borough, or head to the Snug Harbor Cultural Centre on Staten Island to explore 9 distinctive gardens including a bamboo forest, koi ponds, and an intricate boxwood maze.
  • Attend a concert at the Radio City Music Hall in the Rockefeller Center building or enjoy a ballet or jazz performance at the Lincoln Center.
  • Explore the great American Museum of Natural History or go on a journey of numerical patterns and structures at the National Museum of Mathematics in the Flatiron District neighbourhood.
  • If you are visiting for the first time, it may be a good idea to book a hop-on hop-off tour to see all the major tourist attractions that NYC is known for.

New York travel information

How long do people stay in New York?

When visiting New York the average booking length is 3 nights.

How much does a hotel cost in New York?

The cost of a hotel room in New York will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around 263 C$ per night.

When is the best time to book a hotel in New York?

Room prices for hotels in New York can be as much as 42 C$% lower in the month of January. So this is a great time to book and save money.

Which day is cheapest to stay in New York?

Room prices for hotels in New York will be at their lowest on Saturday and peak on Monday.

How much does a hostel in New York cost?

Per person, per night, a hostel in New York (or a sub 2-star rated hotel) is priced at 128 C$, on average. This price is 134 C$ cheaper than your average New York hotel.

Based on the weather in New York, what attractions are popular during October?

With good temperatures around 15 °C and just a moderate chance of expected rainfall, those staying at a hotel in New York should consider visiting popular establishments near New York.