The best hotels and accommodations in New York
- Accommodations in New York
Hotels (+ pensions and Bed & Breakfast)
- Wyndham Garden Chinatown (Chinatown and Little Italy):
In a small glass tower on the ground floor.
- Pod 39 (Union Square and Flatiron District):
Trendy urban capsule pod, atmosphere-price. The tiny but ultra-functional cabin rooms are quite comfortable, with a welcome designer touch. However, the toilet / shower in the bedroom lacks a little privacy. Several types: single, queen or bunk beds (bunk). Be careful, some have blind windows. In fine weather, an anthology rooftop on the 17th floor, with a view of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler.
- Broadway Hotel and Hostel (Upper West Side):
Between the price situation.
- The Sienna (Harlem):
A real backpacker plan than this century-old brownstone on the ground floor, with private bathroom and kitchenette, a little more expensive obviously. The n ° 1, giving on the pretty street, has the mouth with its beautiful height under ceiling and its period woodwork.
- House of A & second floor, overlooking the lovely garden, has its own. An unusual address for history and antiques lovers who would like to take a trip down memory lane.
- Slip-on rooms user-friendly price.
- The Jane (Greenwich):
On the edge of the Hudson River and a stone's throw from the Meatpacking District, this former and monumental home for sailors - which welcomed the survivors of the Titanic in 2 - has since undergone a serious facelift. The lobby sets the tone with its Victorian ambiance and livery bellboys. As for the rooms, they are tiny single or double cabins (bunk beds), similar to the 1912rd class bunks of a venerable transatlantic liner! Simple and charming, even if not very well soundproofed and without a view. However, only 3 bathrooms per floor is a bit tight! Also spacious, old-fashioned rooms with lovely retro bathrooms; some overlooking the Hudson River, others with private terraces at the back. An offbeat address, more party people than families.
- The Bowery House (Lower East Side):
Installcouchettes of the years, all in all quite roots. Fans of youth hostels will navigate like fish in water !.
- International Student Center (Upper West Side):
In a pretty street resol and colorful kitchen available. We leave our suitcases at reception during the stay.
- Hostelling International New York (Upper West Side):
The largest AJ in the United States (and the 2nd in the world: 700 beds!), In an evictorian. Mixed or non-mixed dormitories (4 to 12 beds), and rooms for 4 people with or without private bathroom. Many services: washing machines, spacious and impeccable kitchen, café, small food shop, lounges, billiards, game consoles ... and all kinds of daily entertainment, often free. Very complete therefore, perfectly well kept, extra atmosphere, and the last good surprise is the large interior courtyard (with tables and chairs) extended by a garden. Professional welcome.
They are inexpensive, especially for young couples with children.
Here are two proven agencies:
- Homelink International