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How can I get cheap hotels in New York?
Best tips to find a cheap hotel in New York
If you're looking to travel to New York on a budget, you'll be happy to know that you can find hotels for as low as $90. Of course, that price is affected by amenities, star rating, and even the time of year you visit. At most, hotel prices can be as high as $279.
If it's your first time in New York, you'll probably want to stay at least 5 days. 3 days is enough to see most of the top spots, however, so that may be ideal if you're looking to save. With all that in mind, even spending 1 day in New York can be an adventure if you're situated in Manhattan.
It's always a good idea to book in advance, but if you're looking to save, you won't want to book more than 3 weeks in advance, generally speaking. New York hotels often guess at their future prices and overestimate to be safe, so you could be paying more than you need to if you book a month or more ahead of time. Some deals may be available close to your arrival date, but booking particularly late can be risky because it's easy for the hotel to simply run out of availability.
Finding cheap hotels in New York means booking your stay in the right neighborhood. Outside of Manhattan tends to be cheaper, as you can see with Monti Hotel in the Bronx. Even so, Manhattan still has some affordable options, such as Pod Times Square, which puts you just 6 minutes away from Times Square on foot.
Search filters make finding the top cheapest hotels in New York easier than ever. You can input search filters for a wide variety of features, including amenities, star rating, and proximity to certain attractions. For example, if you want cheap hotel deals in New York but also want to be close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, you can sort your results by proximity to the museum.
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New York has cheap accommodation options and a variety of places to visit, making it a great vacation choice for budget-conscious travelers. In addition to its well-known attractions like Times Square and Broadway, this destination is home to Bryant Park and The High Line Park, which you can enjoy while spending very little.
Choose a hotel that suits your wallet among Expedia's 94 budget hotels in New York.
Weather will likely play an important role when you plan your trip to New York, and keep in mind that cheaper options are usually available when the weather isn't as good. The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 73°F, while the coldest months are January and February with an average of 37°F. Average annual precipitation for New York is 50 inches.
New York attracts visitors with its theater scene and top museums, and offers plenty to see and do without spending a fortune. You can budget for the popular local attractions that are highest on your list, such as Times Square and Broadway, and choose other low-cost activities to fill your itinerary. Hunt for bargains with some shopping at 5th Avenue and Chelsea Market, or get outdoors at Bryant Park.
Scoping out the transportation options in New York is a smart way to keep your trip affordable. The nearest airport is John F. Kennedy Intl. Airport (JFK), 13.2 mi (21.3 km) away. However, if that doesn't suit your budget, the next closest is 11 mi (17.7 km) away: Newark Liberty Intl. Airport (EWR). You can access metro transit at Times Sq. - 42 St. Station, 49th St. Station, and 42 St. - Bryant Pk. Station.
Recent reviews of New York hotels
expedia verified reviews
"The property is tactically in the middle of everything in our plans. The room rate is descent and affordable. I will use this hotel again.
A verified traveler stayed at Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District, an IHG Hotel
"The hotel was wonderful and well situated between Time Square and the subway. The personnel are kind and accommodating. The lobby areas of the hotel are outstanding. If you visit the labyrinth with a group or family, you may meet in a private chamber. Despite being standard, our room is rather small. It should only be a little inconvenience if you have a kid or many luggage. The hotel, in my opinion, is suitable for a short trip."
"Nice location away from large crowds. The hotel eas charming with larger room than usually see in NYC including good size bathroom. Food in restaurant very tasty and staff very helpful. Would definitely stay again."
A verified traveler stayed at Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton
"-Got checked in very easily on a Friday morning at the self service stations. Jessica was able to greet us and help us out if needed. We really appreciated the early check in as soon as we arrived at the hotel considering our long and early drive to New York City !
-Room is fully dark at night thanks to the automatic blinds, this allows you to sleep comfortably.
We were on the 12th floor, no outdoor street noise can be heard.
-Sink and shower head had strong water pressure.
-Beautifully designed room, and very clean.
-Empty fridge in the room allowing you to store your water bottles or food items purchased from outside.
-Very strong wifi In the room.
-Great rooftop bar with great views and many restaurants in the hotel with ambiance - there was a live Mexican band on one night.
-Hotel provides steamer , wine bottle opener, blow dryer, fridge and hangers.
-No room service but there’s a hotel cafe and restaurant open until late."
A verified traveler stayed at PUBLIC, an Ian Schrager hotel