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Visiting West Village
Travelers love the West Village neighborhood for its bar scene and array of dining options. Looking for sights you might find in a travel guide about West Village? Consider a visit to Bleecker Street while you're in the neighborhood. If you're searching for places to stay in New York, you're sure to find something to meet your needs with 37 West Village hotels and other accommodations to choose from.
Places to Stay in West Village
Our guests mention these as some of their favorite West Village lodging choices:
- Incentra Village Hotel: 3-star guesthouse with free WiFi and concierge services, 6-minute walk from Chelsea Market. Our guests enjoy the guesthouse's walkable location and clean rooms.
- Gansevoort Meatpacking: 4.5-star hotel with a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a nightclub, steps from Chelsea Market. Expedia travelers like this hotel's clean rooms and proximity to public transportation.
- The Jane Hotel: 2-star hotel with a restaurant, bar, and free WiFi, steps from Whitney Museum of American Art. Our guests rate this hotel highly for its central location and breakfast.
What to Do in This New York Neighborhood
Sights like Lucille Lortel Theatre, Friends Apartment Building, and Barrow Street Theatre can be part of your cultural tour of West Village. As you're discovering the neighborhood, Bleecker Street and Christopher Park are some other places worth a visit.
Don't miss favorite places to visit in the surrounding West Village area, such as Washington Square Park, Chelsea Market, and The High Line Park. While you're out sightseeing in New York, be sure to visit other sights like Madison Square Garden or 5th Avenue.
Getting Around West Village and the Greater New York Area
Looking for a quick way to explore more of the city? Catch a ride on metro transit at Christopher St. - Sheridan Sq. Station and Houston St. Station. If you want to head out of town, you can hop aboard a train at New York Christopher St. Station.