Accommodation in New York City

Hotels and Bed and Breakfast in New York City

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If you need a more flexible option for a few days at the beginning or to welcome friends who come to visit you and you need to look for hotels or B&Bs, New York offers a wide selection of quality accommodation in all price ranges.

New York is one of the most touristic spots on the globe and the amount and variation of hotels reflect this. There is a hotel to suit anyone within New York City and many easy to use search engines to find the perfect place for you. Prices and quality vary widely, so read up on previous guest's reviews so you may ascertain a pleasant stay.

The price of a three-star hotels starts from $150 per night in Manhattan (where most of the hotels are located). In turn, prices for five-star hotels begin from approximately $260 per night, and can reach up to $1800, when booking at the Four Season hotel chain, for example.

Short term renting offers can be found through the property search websites listed in "Rent" and "Buy" sections.

Online searches
The following links will help you find your best accommodation in NY, from 5* hotels to shared rooms in vibrant hostels:

For upper-crust accommodations, The Hilton New York offers the finest luxurious and the best of locations, The Waldorf Astoria on Park Avenue is world renowned for its rich history and Art Deco design and The Carlton on Madison Avenue is in yet another premiere location four blocks from the Empire State Building. On the other side, The Mercer Hotel, in Soho, homes Jean-Georges Vongerchten's restaurant. The Lowell is notable for having a working fireplace in almost every room and The Greenwich is where every room is different and offers a calming Japanese-inspired spa. has a handy interactive hotel map for users to peruse location and details of 165 hotels.

B&B in New York
For a more intimate experience, a B&B might be the perfect answer. Bed & Breakfasts are priced similar to the hotels with most of its rooms costing between $110 and $380 per night, with a full breakfast included.

Another alternative to B&Bs are apartment hotels or short-term rentals that are comparatively about the same price (from $85 a night) and offer more independence and the possibility to save money on every meal by cooking yourself.  

Find the best B&B in New York City in the following webpages (notice that when looking specifically for B&B, in some cases you will have to apply some search filters): has set up a partnership with EasyVoyage to provide a wide range of cheap hotels and high quality customer services in New York City. To find the best hotel, nothing is simpler ! All you need to do is indicate you city, your dates in the box below and we will find the best hotel matching your criteria among all our partners’ deals. Is it well situated? Does it have a good rate? Look all the extra information and find the perfect hotel to travel lighthearted!

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Update 13/02/2020


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