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Midtown West Hotels

Midtown West isn’t just the cultural and commercial heart of New York City; it’s also the geographical heart, located near the center of Manhattan. This vibrant neighborhood draws more visitors than anywhere else in Manhattan – Times Square alone pulls in over 39 million visitors each year – but the good news is that it also has the city’s highest density of hotels. Midtown West hotels cover all price points, from the lavish Plaza and Ritz-Carlton Central Park to the budget-friendly La Quintana Inn, with spot-on views of the Empire State Building. Midtown West is also a major transport hub, with numerous subway and bus lines, not to mention taxis that zip through at all hours.

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From Times Square to Rockefeller Center, thriving Midtown West is the undisputed sightseeing hub of Manhattan – and, accordingly, it also has the most hotels. Happily, this translates into a wide range of prices, from basic but affordable motels to marble-lined luxury towers. For a taste of New York history, bed down at the Algonquin, the oldest operating hotel in New York City, and once the site of the famous literary Algonquin Round Table. Another hotel with an impressive legacy is the Plaza, which commands one of the most coveted corners in New York City – Fifth Avenue and Central Park South. Most hotels are within easy strolling distance to Bryant Park, which unfolds behind the legendary New York Public Library, forming the leafy heart of Midtown West. If you’d like to overlook the park, opt for the sophisticated Bryant Park Hotel. On the other end of the spectrum, Midtown West also features many mid-range and budget options, including the friendly La Quintana Inn Manhattan and Room Mate Grace. Midtown West is especially popular for visitors who want to see a lot of Manhattan in a little time. The neighborhood is densely packed with sights, so no matter where your hotel is, you’re near a famous landmark or three, from the Empire State Building to Radio City Music Hall. Also, Fifth Avenue – the city’s most notable shopping strip, where you’ll find stores like Bergdorf Goodman and Tiffany & Co. – cuts through the neighborhood. As for public transport: You’re spoiled for choice. Midtown West encompasses the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Times Square, which sits at the nexus of the city’s transportation system, with the 1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q, R, and S trains. Midtown West is also a starting point for many guided tours.

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