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Best New York Flight and Hotel Packages

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Top Rated Hotels for your New York Vacation

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Pod Times Square
Pod Times Square
3.0 out of 5.0 400 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
Free Cancellation
$94
4.4/5 (97 reviews)

Great location. Parking was easy. Walking distance to what I was in town to see.

Reviewed on Jul 6, 2019
Located in Midtown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Times Square, and Madison Square Garden. Broadway and New Amsterdam ...
The Belvedere Hotel
The Belvedere Hotel
3.5 out of 5.0 319 W 48th St, New York, NY
Free Cancellation
$110
4.3/5 (303 reviews)

I was unpleasantly surprised at check in when i was told there was a $30 plus taxes a night hotel fee. I chose this hotel over others mainly based on cost. The fee was for internet, and other things we didn't even use, but it was not optional so I didn't see it as providing us anything. Maybe it ...

Reviewed on Jul 14, 2019
Located in Midtown, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Times Square, and Gershwin Theater. Broadway and Broadway Theatre are also ...
YOTEL New York
YOTEL New York
4.0 out of 5.0 570 Tenth Avenue, New York, NY
Free Cancellation
$99
4.2/5 (331 reviews)

Limited staff members; when trying to request information about billing they would send me to someone who never answered the phone

Reviewed on Jul 10, 2019
Located in Midtown, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Times Square and Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Broadway and Central Park are also ...
Grand Hyatt New York
Grand Hyatt New York
4.0 out of 5.0 109 East 42nd Street, at Grand Central Terminal, New York, NY
Free Cancellation
$159
4.1/5 (367 reviews)

Decor looked very nice. Felt high class. Frustrating waiting for elevators. There were five that went to our room but only one seemed to go up and down. Just a lot of people and a lot of waiting but I’m not sure that’s anything you can do.

Reviewed on Jul 8, 2019
Located in Midtown, this romantic hotel is steps from Chrysler Building and Grand Central Terminal. 5th Avenue and Bryant Park are also within 10 minutes. Grand ...

Introduction to New York

Experience Your Best New York State Vacation

Why do people from all over the world head to the spectacular New York State foliage display? Unlike the rest of the country, the Northeast is particularly blessed with a great variety of broad-leaved trees, which help give the region's foliage a spectacular color range. New York State has almost as many acres of such trees as the rest of the Northeast combined.

The change in color from the bright greens of summer to the brilliant hues of fall follows a predictable pattern across the state. It begins high in the Adirondack and Catskill mountains in late August and early September, and spreads out and down across the hills and valleys of the state, ending on Long Island and in New York City in late October to early November. It takes about two weeks for the colors to complete their cycles in any given area, with peak brilliance lasting three to four days in any one spot.

Best time to take a trip to New York

Best Time to Go

It’s infamously difficult to schedule New York State vacations that coincide with both good weather and reduced crowds, but the best bet for striking this ideal balance is planning a New York State vacation for April or May when weather is good but summer crowds have not yet inundated the region. While this window of time doesn’t offer the best of the area’s events, it provides travelers on a New York State vacation an opportunity to explore The Big Apple with less hectic surroundings, as well as cooler weather ideal for outdoor events. During this springtime window, Visitors can enjoy Hanami, a Japanese ritual involving cherry blossoms.

Things to do in New York

Bike the Hudson Valley

The Hudson Valley's celebrated beauty spawned an entire school of art, and an autumn bike tour of this historic and picturesque region will show you why. Stately estates, farmers markets, state parks, and incomparable views are just a few of the delights awaiting the cyclist. On the east bank of the Hudson River, a tour beginning in Hyde Park takes you past the Vanderbilt Mansion and the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, where you can see an air show, take a ride in a biplane, or just admire the antique aero planes. On the west bank, bike through leafy yellow tunnels formed by the overhanging trees along Harriman State Park's Seven Lakes Drive and gape at the views of the Hudson from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

Niagara Falls

Okay, let's ignore the wedding and honeymoon thing for a minute and just focus on the water. It flows down the Niagara River, picking up momentum as it courses along its ancient migratory pathway, reaching speeds of up to 30 mph before tumbling hundreds of thousands of gallons at a time over the craggy rocks of Niagara Falls. Take in the view in any number of ways: With your toes just inches from both sets of falls, the American Falls and the Horseshoe Falls; from your hotel room from way up high; or from the middle of the action, with the mist spraying up in your face. Whichever way chosen, the trip will be exhilarating.

Hike the High Peaks

The crimsons, golds and purples of the Adirondack autumn will suck the film right out of your camera, and viewing experiences are abundant. You can try hiking one of the Adirondacks' 46 high peaks, and many, including the highest, Mt. Marcy, are within the ability of even novice climbers. The views from 5,344-foot-high Mt. Marcy and its sister peaks are outstanding in any season. Another amazing option would be filming the foliage from the ground level, especially when mirrored against Tupper Lake, Saranac Lake or world-famous Lake Placid. A third exhilarating experience would be enjoying views of Lake George in a hot-air balloon ride. Other family fun activities include the Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake and Tucker's Farm corn maize in Gabriels.

Hike the Finger Lakes Region

The Finger Lakes region abounds in nature centers and wildlife preserves with thousands of acres set aside for hiking, canoeing and other outdoor pursuits. Good bets include the Beaver Lake Nature Center in Baldwinsville, the Howland Island Wildlife Management Area in Cayuga and the Limehollow Nature Center in Cortland. A must-see for leaf peepers is the Genesee Gorge, the 17-mile-long "Grand Canyon of the East" whose blue waters are sandwiched between blazing hills in Letchworth State Park. A favorite for wine enthusiasts is the Seneca Lake Wine Trail which begins in Branchport and ends in Watkins Glen. A popular option for foodies is the Wayne County Annual Apple Tasting Tour in Lyons in October.

Eleven Madison Park

Try booking a table at New York City’s number one eatery, Eleven Madison Park, and relish in five-star delicatessens.

Central Park

Even more famous than Central Perk – the coffee shop in Friends - Central Park receives thirty-five million visitors annually.

Greenmarket

Visit the Greenmarket on Union Square where farmers flock to sell their fresh produce.

Saratoga Race Course

Enjoy the United States’ oldest racetrack, Saratoga Race Course, established in 1863 and open all summer long.

Shawangunk Wine Trail

Explore 11 wineries along the Shawangunk Wine Trail while enjoying the state’s unforgettable variety of cultivars.

Brooklyn Bridge

Admire enough inimitable and iconic views along one single stroll of the Brooklyn Bridge to fill an entire lifetime.

Insider tips for New York travel

Drive-in Cinema

Visit the world’s smallest drive-in cinema located in Manhattan, with room for just a single car.

Island Lobster House

The City Island Lobster House serves its culinary namesake with unparalleled beauty and artisan style.

Isamu Noguchi

Visit the former home of sculptor Isamu Noguchi in Quenns, now a combination museum and Japanese garden.

Marie Crisis

The tiny piano bar known as Marie Crisis hosts local performers and fans belting out classic show tunes.

1899 Coffee

Enjoy unique acoustics and live chamber music aboard an 1899 coffee barge moored under the Brooklyn Bridge.

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