• New York:

    Are you planning to go to New York City but don’t know which places to visit? Then you’ve come to the right place. We will cover some of New York’s top tourist attractions and here are some:

    • Statue of Liberty
    This world renowned statue symbolizes freedom and depicts the Roman goddess of
    Statue of Liberty

    Statue of Liberty

    freedom which is Libertas. Because of hurricane Sandy, it was closed for renovations and is said to reopen on July 4, 2013.
    • Empire State Building
    Enjoy the captivating 360 degrees view of New York City on the 86th floor of this 102 story building. It is the second tallest building in New York City, third in USA and 22nd in the whole world. Buy your tickets in advance to avoid waiting in line to be on top of this skyscraper.
    • Central Park
    Visit this fine-looking landscaped park and be relaxed with its ambiance and view. Take a stroll, or ride on a bike or a boat, or have a picnic and even ice skate during the winter season. Enjoy also some performances such as opera or theater play in this great park.

    • Times Square

    Times Square

    Being named as the “The Crossroads of the World”, Times Square is a main business intersection and is one of the busiest in the world. You might want to visit this landmark especially on the night of December 31st because this is where the annual ball drop on New Year’s Eve happens.
    • Metropolitan Museum of Art
    Having about 2 million artworks throughout the years, this has become one of the most extensive museums in the world as well as the largest art museum in the US. Its collection ranges from classic antiquity to modern art originating from different countries and different forms of art from paintings to sculptures. It also has a collection of armors and some belong to Henry VIII of England and Henry II of France.
    • Brooklyn Bridge
    This is the oldest suspension bridge in the world and by far the longest in the world with a 486.3 meter span. Enjoy a breathtaking view if the city’s landmarks as you stroll along this bridge. There you have 6 of the popular tourist attractions in New York City that you should not forget in your list of places to visit once you come to this city.

    La Sienna

    Address: 241 West 123rd Street - New York

    La Sienna is a beautiful prewar Brownstone located on West 123rd. This brownstone was built in 1920 and has original details. We are within walking distance to Central Park and one train stop from mid-manhattan. This is a tree lined block. During the warm season our front entrance will greet...

    Rated 4 star by 18 guests | More reviews
    Tinara From Kyrgyzstan On November 30, -0001

    Worst attitude ever in the world. The lady, answering the door is a total lier. Not only she leaves you in the street at 1 o'clock at night in Harlem, after 17 hours of flight, but she does not even appologize for cancelling without notification. From what I saw through the door, the place is not clean.

    Holger From Germany On November 30, -0001

    Stayed in Apr 2012 for 11 nights // all time verry clean room + kitchens and bath // Staff verry kind and helpfull specialy if you need some extrahelp // Position, well its nit midtown, but its excellent located at crossing from 8th Avenue and 123West, so that the Busline No 10 is just 40m away wich service is run untill 2am from Columbuscircle BUT Subways are also less than 5min away// fun talked a lot in the kitchen with others ^^ // got home usually by 1 to 3am and had never problems to get there// local and bigger supermarkets in walkingdistance// I recomend it einfachholger"at"web.de

    Little Apple Inn Uptown

    Address: Broadway & 146th Street - New York

    The Little Apple’s Manhattan Inn is located in Uptown Manhattan in New York City just 40 minutes on foot from Central Park and many other exciting sites in the Big Apple. From this Sugar Hill location you can easily get around the city with the subway, and there is a...

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    Alice From France On November 30, -0001

    Le little apple inn uptown est une maison d'hôte accueillante et conviviale, propre et le personnel est très sympa. Malgré le fait qu'il soit éloigné du centre ville (20min en métro), le quartier est sympathique, sécure et tout proche de Harlem. Bref, un hotel à conseiller pour tout profil de personne !

    The Jane

    Address: 113 Jane Street - New York

    Nem mesmo Nova York já viu um hostel butique como esse! Inspirado pelas luxuosas cabines de trem, nossos quartos utilizam um inteligente design para aproveitar o máximo de conveniência no mínimo de espaço. O padrão de todas essas cabines é ar-condicionado, ventilador, deck de Ipod com relógio, e uma compacta cama...

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    Robbert From Netherlands On November 30, -0001

    (Very) small, but relatively low-priced rooms in an excellent neighbourhood. Lots of bars and restaurants in this trendy and quiet area from where you can walk to 5th Avenue, Little Italy, Chinatown... Despite the Jane being more like a hostel (small rooms, shared bathrooms) there were some surprising hotel services, such as daily room cleaning; towels, bathrobes, slippers; and some excellent service at the front desk. At 100$ a night, its a steep price for the room size, but other hotels easily start at twice this rate (unless you want to stay in a poor hygene place in Chinatown...)

    MAURICE From Philippines On November 30, -0001

    Nice hotel & location for it's price. Will stay here again.

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