Hotels in Manhattan can be booked at the best rates guaranteed on Easytobook.com. This popular area of New York sees millions of visitors each year and has a massive range of hotels to accommodate everyone. If you have the budget, why not head to The Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel. This is a 4-star hotel in a business area of Manhattan. If you’re looking for mid-range Manhattan hotels, try Comfort Inn Manhattan Hotel. This 3-star hotel is located near Times Square. There are plenty more hotels in Manhattan, with something to suit every budget. Most visitors to New York spend some time in Manhattan during their stay. This is the borough with the majority of New York’s most famous attractions. The Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the Empire State Building, Broadway and Central Park are all located here. World famous musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison all spent time playing and socializing in the bars of Greenwich Village. Many Hollywood blockbusters, including Saturday Night Fever, Ghostbusters and Breakfast at Tiffany’s, have been set here.
Hotels in Manhattan can be a little more expensive than in the other New York City boroughs, thanks to their high demand. However, you can still find cheap Manhattan hotels, especially in the less popular tourist areas such as Gramercy Park and NoHo. Hotels in Manhattan’s Upper West Side can also be affordable - Park 79 Hotel is a great 2-star budget hotel located close to Central Park. You can use options to filter your search results on Easytobook.com in order to find your ideal Manhattan hotel. Events are common in Manhattan. Numerous St. Patrick’s Day parades travel through Manhattan, passing Irish bars and heading to important cathedrals. Many film premieres can be witnessed at the city cinemas and entertainment venues such as Madison Square Garden host the world’s biggest stars. Manhattan is also the location of famous immigrant districts including Chinatown, Little Italy and Korea Town, and is also where Wall Street and Ground Zero can be found. Penn Station and Grand Central Station are major transportation hubs, and streets such as Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue hold the flagship stores of world-famous brands.