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Murray Hill Hotels

Charming leafy streets, a rich history rooted in names like Astor and Morgan and understated hotels define this inviting neighborhood. Murray Hill hotels (which are often more affordable than elsewhere in Manhattan) include everything from the elegant Tuscany, off Park Avenue, which has spacious rooms, to the Affinia Shelburne, with a rooftop bar showcasing views of the Chrysler Building. In a nod to the many young professionals who reside in the neighborhood, Murray Hill also has plenty of mid-range and budget hotels, including the popular Pod 39. Murray Hill is convenient to Midtown and its big-name sights, from the New York Public Library to Grand Central Terminal. For a good starting point to exploring Murray Hill, take the 6 train to 33rd Street and Park Avenue, and walk north.

Murray Hill, with its shaded, residential streets and proximity to iconic sights, is ideal for visitors who want to be in, but not in the thick of, Midtown. Murray Hill hotels aren’t as famous as the historic masterpieces of Midtown East or the trendy lodgings of Downtown, but they have their own appeal, namely a more casual ambiance and affordable prices. Popular picks include the Library Hotel, with cheery rooms and a nightly hosted wine hour. Also, the neighborhood has a variety of comfortable residential hotels, often outfitted with simple kitchens, like the Murray Hill East Suites, popular with business people temporarily working in New York. Murray Hill has long been popular as one of the first neighborhoods that young professionals move to when arriving in New York City. Accordingly, the neighborhood is dotted with many mid-range and budget hotels, including Pod 39, Hotel Deauville and the quaint Hotel 31, whose sister property, just south near Gramercy Park, was once home to a pre-fame Madonna. Beyond its quiet streets, the great appeal of Murray Hill is that it nudges up against numerous key neighborhoods that are packed with sights, from Grand Central Terminal to Rockefeller Center to the Empire State Building. Also, Murray Hill itself rewards exploration: Walk down some of its historic streets to spy the former mansions of New York’s high society like the Morgan Library & Museum, housed in what was once financier John Pierpont Morgan’s grand library, and today holds a collection of fine art, literature and music. As for public transport, Murray Hill is serviced by several subways and buses, and it’s also within walking distance to the hub of Grand Central Terminal.

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