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Upper West Side Hotels

The Upper West Side, which unfolds along the west side of verdant Central Park, is an inviting blend of cultural institutions, like Lincoln Center, and tree-lined residential streets. Many Upper West Side hotels reflect the homey neighborhood, with mid-tier prices and rooms that are often more cozy than chic. The neighborhood is especially popular with visitors who prefer to stay in a quieter neighborhood beyond the bustle of Times Square. Hotels range from the dashing Empire Hotel, with a rooftop bar, to the good-value Hotel Beacon. The Upper West Side also has lots of amenities, including affordable restaurants and bars, and it’s well-connected to the rest of Manhattan via subway and bus.

The famed Broadway is the main thoroughfare in the Upper West Side, which is notable for its with residential streets lined with prewar apartment buildings and proximity to Central Park and the American Museum of Natural History. The neighborhood also has an excellent array of hotels that cater to all budgets. The Upper West Side is especially popular with visitors who want to stay in Manhattan, but prefer to be somewhat removed from rowdy Times Square and busier Midtown and Downtown neighborhoods. Hotels include Lucerne Hotel, with a sophisticated lobby and compact, traditionally furnished rooms; the Beaux-Arts Hotel Belleclaire, with simple but well-maintained rooms; and the nicely priced Milburn Hotel, which has the bonus of one-bedroom suites with separate living rooms that are ideal for families or business travelers who’d like an extra room to conduct meetings. Plus, staying in the Upper West Side gives you direct access to some of the city’s top cultural institutions – the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is home to the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet and the New York Philharmonic. You can also dine like a king in the Upper West Side: Restaurant standouts include the French Boulud Sud, the market-fresh Telepan and the delicatessen Zabar, where you can pick up smoked fish and bagels for a Central Park picnic. Because that’s the Upper West Side’s other big draw: parkland. In addition to Central Park, which unfolds along the eastern edge, the Upper West Side is also within strolling distance to Riverside Park and the Hudson River Park, one of the longest waterfront parks in the U.S.

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