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Times Square Area Hotels

Times Square commands all sorts of superlatives – busiest crossroads in New York City, most neon signs, site of the largest New Year’s Eve celebration. In many ways, this also applies to its hotels. Times Square is filled with big, brash hotels, from the Sheraton New York Times Square, where you can see the flashing neon lights of Times Square from your window, to the Crowne Plaza Times Square, with the largest gym in NYC. But it’s not just big chain hotels – head to the side streets to find plenty of smaller more affordable spots, including the welcoming Hotel Mela. Times Square is, above all, a neighborhood of entertainment, and staying here puts you close to everything from Broadway shows to nonstop zany street performers. Plus, the neighborhood is one of New York City’s prime transport hubs, with numerous subway and train lines fanning out from here.

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If there’s one essential stop in New York City, it’s Times Square, ringed by flashing neon lights and looming skyscrapers, many of which are hotels. Times Square may be thronged with people day and night, but thankfully, there are plenty of hotels to accommodate them. Times Square hotels reflect the neighborhood’s commercial glitz, and it’s home to the flagship hotels of many of the nation’s largest chains, including Hilton, Sheraton and Renaissance. Expect Times Square hotels to be large and busy, with constant foot traffic through the lobby. But these hotels also excel at amenities, with everything from top-notch fitness centers to plenty of dining and drinking options. A prime example is the whimsical W New York – Times Square, with designer rooms and a popular cocktail bar, and the Westin New York at Times Square, with a sleek gym and a well-run business center. But beyond the upscale hotels, you’ll find lots of mid-range options, which are especially popular with theater-loving families who are on a budget. These include the no-frills but affordable Econo Lodge Times Square. The great appeal of Times Square is, of course, the morning-to-night entertainment, from the glittering Broadway shows to Ripley’s Believe It or Not to Madame Tussaud’s wax museum. The giant stores rival the theaters, including the chocolate megastores M&Ms and Hershey’s and the Toys “R” Us, which has an indoor Ferris wheel. (Yes, really.) Times Square is compact, so you can easily walk everywhere, and is also well-connected to the rest of Manhattan with dozens of subway and bus lines.

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