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Hell's Kitchen

The name may be intimidating, but the neighborhood is anything but. Filled with global restaurants, cheery bars, Theater Row and wide array of inviting hotels, Hell’s Kitchen is a prime spot to base yourself in New York City. Many Hell’s Kitchen hotels are in the mid-range category, like the Belvedere, where rooms are small but clean, and prices are affordable, so you can spend more on enjoying the many Broadway shows in the area. Hell’s Kitchen is also dotted with a number of budget hostels. For sightseeing visitors, Hell’s Kitchen is ideally located, within walking distance to Times Square in one direction and the Hudson River in the other. Numerous subways and buses also rumble through the neighborhood, so you’re just a short ride away from the rest of Manhattan.

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Hell’s Kitchen’s tumultuous past inspired West Side Story, but these days, the neighborhood is known for its innovative restaurants, nightlife, theater and hotels that cater to all budgets. The best are hotels in the mid-range category that still offer top-notch amenities. Popular choices include Skyline Hotel, which has simple rooms but also a penthouse pool and a helpful concierge who can assist with Broadway show tickets, and the boutique 414 Hotel, with stylish rooms. Hell’s Kitchen is also home to The Out NYC, one of New York City’s first “straight-friendly” hotels, that caters to gay visitors with an on-site nightclub. Hell’s Kitchen is especially popular for its central location, within walking distance to Times Square and the Hudson River. The neighborhood also includes Theatre Row, a collection of six historic theaters on 42nd Street, and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, which is dominated by a World War II aircraft carrier docked at West 46th Street. Nearby, you can access departure points for sightseeing cruises, including the Circle Line and New York Water Taxi. Cabs are plentiful, and the A, C, E subway line runs along the neighborhood’s eastern border, with stops at 42nd and 50th Street.

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