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Manhattan Accommodation and Hotels

If you're planning a trip to the Big Apple, you'll have plenty to do. There are many sights for those making their first trip to the city, and frequent travelers looking for something new.

Shopping and Dining options abound, and the breadth of hotels and accommodations is staggering. Family activities are also plentiful, and if you're planning a romantic getaway, you might find that there's too much to do.

Famous Sites


Empire State Building: If you want to get a bird's eye view of the city, take the elevators up to the top of the 1,454 foot tall Empire State Building. Visitors can choose between either the 86th floor viewing platform, or the 102nd floor platform. Both offer spectacular views of the city and Hudson River, and if you're looking for some great holiday photos to show family and friends, this is the place.

Statue of Liberty: If you're going to visit New York, you've got to check out the historic and world famous Statue of Liberty. Dominating the New York Harbor since 1886, the Statue of Liberty soars 151 feet high and is visited by more than 3 million people each year. Visitors are encouraged to get a ticket to the top early, for only 240 people are allowed up each day.

Rockefeller Center: You'll have a lot to see and do at Rockefeller Center when put it on your list of things to do in New York. Radio City Music Hall is located here, which hosts the Grammy Awards, Tony Awards and so many more shows throughout the year. NBC Studios is also located here, and you might want to watch a live taping of Saturday Night Live or Late Night with David Letterman. And no trip to Rockefeller Center would be complete without strapping on the skates and hitting the ice-skating rink, which is open year round.

Great Family Destinations


American Museum of Natural History: This exciting museum's been open in New York since 1869. Taking up 25 interconnected buildings, and housing 46 permanent exhibition halls, the American Museum of Natural history should be on any travelers to do list. Some highlights include the Arthur Ross Hall of Meteorites, where you can see a 34-ton piece of the Cape York Meteorite, the largest on display in the world. You'll also be dazzled by the Fossils Hall and the huge T-Rex bones it contains.

Central Park: No trip to New York would be complete without a jaunt through the city's famed Central Park. Created in 1857, the park stretches over 843 acres right in the middle of the city, and sees more than 35 million visitors each year. You'll be able to do just about anything when you visit the park, including boating, riding the carousel or horse carriages, rock climbing, and so much more. And don't forget to visit the Central Park Zoo, especially if you've got kids, or are one at heart yourself.

Broadway: You might think that Broadway shows are only for adults, but you'd be wrong. While it's true that there are many great options for couples wishing to head out for a night at the theatre, there are also many great shows tailored just for kids. Visit the African plains with the Lion King, or see sooty London in Mary Poppins. If you want something closer to home, try Annie or the fun and interesting Blue Man Group.

Manhattan Hotels

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