New York City Vacations
Hilton Garden Inn Times Square, New York City
Steps from Times Square
Grab a comfortable hotel room in Times Square and get ready to explore the City that Never Sleeps. The Hilton Garden Inn Times Square is just a short walk from Central Park, the Museum of Modern Art and great shops and restaurants. The onsite restaurant and lounge are perfect for resting and relaxing after visiting the attractions of the Big Apple. Be sure to visit The Attic, a stylish rooftop lounge with skyline views.
Traveling Through the Northeast? Plan a New York City Vacation
New York City, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. attract visitors from all over the world, anxious to see the monuments and landmarks of U.S. history. A Washington, D.C. vacation can be an educational family trip, and a vacation in Boston or Philadelphia can include sites of the American Revolution. Millions of visitors take New York City vacations every year, wanting to see the theaters, Times Square, Central Park and more. Here are some vacation deals for travel to northeast cities.
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Enjoy the City that Never Sleeps With New York Vacation Packages
Take a bite out of the Big Apple by choosing one of our convenient New York vacation packages. Nestled into the southern tip of New York State, New York City is the most populous city in the United States. It’s also the best place to experience culture, entertainment, and culinary delights.
Because New York City is so huge, it’s comprised of five separate boroughs, each with its own personality and vibe. Their names are Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island. In recent years, Brooklyn has resurged as a center for hipster culture, creating a booming real estate market that thrives on local startups and postmodern influences. It’s also the home of Coney Island, a historical amusement park that still has operational rides.
Queens sits on the eastern side of the city and is home to the city’s two airports, LaGuardia Airport and JFK International Airport. Manhattan, on the other hand, is the city’s most densely populated area and serves as the administrative and economic hub. It has some of the most famous landmarks in the world, including Times Square, Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, and Grand Central Station.
To get a reprieve from city life, many visitors venture over to the Bronx, as a quarter of the borough is dedicated to open space. Popular destinations include the Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx Zoo, and New York Botanical Garden. Staten Island is similarly less crowded, and it is home to the Staten Island Zoo.
Wherever you decide to stay, there are plenty of New York City hotels to accommodate you. To save the trouble of planning a trip by yourself, choose one of our New York City vacations to have everything organized and booked ahead of time. You might even choose to stay outside of the city in another northeastern hotel to save some money, which can be a great idea if you’re traveling on a budget.
Many people choose to visit New York City during the holidays in order to see the massive Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree or to watch the ball drop at Times Square. Luckily, we offer a number of holiday travel deals to help you save money.