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Manhattan Island is famous for its "uptown" and "downtown" neighborhoods that cater to people of arguably any background and persuasion and is the center of both the business and tourist districts in the city. Manhattan features many neighborhoods that cater to both.

A city of endless possibilities, high energy and great diversity, New York has always been the benchmark for first-rate dining, unparalleled shopping and cultural activity. For visitors, it's an exciting city and, at times, is more than a little intimidating. One of the important decisions you have to make when planning a New York vacation is deciding which New York hotel to stay in when in Manhattan. With seemingly unlimited choices in hotels this can get very complicated and overwhelming.

There's a reason Manhattan is a place where movies are made, stars are born, designers open up shop and millions of visitors arrive by plane, train, bus and boat to take in the borough's magic for themselves. New York natives always seem to be in a hurry, but with midtown traffic often at a complete standstill, it may be faster for them to walk across town than to take a bus. When you hear a foreign language, it could be international tourists flocking to the city in droves.

There are countless ways to create the perfect Manhattan experience. It's love at first sight when the Empire State Building comes into view, and the Statue of Liberty awes even the most blasé tourist. Broadway shows will wow you; browsing Bloomingdale's will amaze you. It's always possible to stumble upon an unforgettable meal -- an oven-fresh slice of perfect pizza, Chinese food in Chinatown or a haute-cuisine dinner by candlelight. The views from the Staten Island Ferry are a knockout, and downtown nightlife will keep you busy in the city that never sleeps. You’ll find an endless assortment of shopping, entertainment and dining choices for every budget and interest.

Don’t worry we have done the homework for you and offer these hotels from our list of favorite hotels. From family friendly hotels to studio lofts to full service spas we have compiled a list of hotels that we recommend to you to help you make the best choice in selecting a hotel, designed to fit every budget.

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