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If New York City is the capital of the world, then Manhattan is the unofficial capital of the capital. This borough is home to Central Park, Broadway, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square—90 percent of NYC’s most sought-after attractions are in Manhattan.

What does that mean for your last-New-York-minute Manhattan getaway? You could be here all day and not see everything. All week. Literally. So, peruse those hotels in Midtown Manhattan, book the best for less scratch with a Hotwire Hot Rate, and map out your course of action. Because missing the best that Manhattan has to offer on your trip? Bor-ough no you won’t.

The Core of the Big Apple

Who’s Got the Dough: You’ll never be able to eat your way through the top tier of Manhattan food, so focus your efforts on some of the most highly contested nosh rivalries: Who has the best pizza in New York City? Where can you get the best bagel in New York? Strap in, because there’s a lot of carbo loading to get through. For the best slice in the borough, you have to experience love at first bite at Bleecker Street or Joe’s Pizza, then Artichoke Pizza for something a little unusual. (Surprise, it’s pureed artichokes mixed with the cheese.) Next, you gotta get into the bagel game. Top spots for the heavenly rings include: Absolute Bagels, Tompkins Square Bagels, Ess-a-Bagel, and newer addition BO’s Bagels in Harlem. Sightseeing fuel for the rest of your stay? Check.

Island Hoppin’: Don’t forget—Manhattan is an island. And there are a lot of phenomenal ways to see it. Start with a walk on the High Line, the elevated, urban park created on abandoned freight railway tracks. Or sip at sea on the Grand Banks, an old fishing schooner that’s now a cruising oyster bar (and actual bar). A view from the top can be found at One World Trade Observatory, and Central Park is a must to see if the grass is greener on the park side of the borough. (It is.) All tuckered out? Hop back to your Manhattan hotel near Central Park for some sleep ‘til Brooklyn.

MoMA Money, Mo’ Problems: Real talk, Manhattan has a ton of museums. You probably won’t be able to see them all the first go-round, so make sure to hit up the must-sees. The Met has been around since 1872 and contains over 26,000 pieces of Egyptian art. The Guggenheim is set on Fifth Avenue in a Frank Lloyd Wright building and brimming with incredible works in paint, sculpture, and photography. Finally, the Museum of Modern Art was the first institution devoted to the era and is one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the world. Museums? Wait till you’ve seen ‘em.

Drink History: The best way to learn about historical Manhattan is by grabbing cocktails at some of the borough’s oldest watering holes. The best starting point is The Campbell Bar, a stunning spot in Grand Central Station. Dante in Greenwich Village is over a century old and has been named “Best Bar in the World” twice in recent years. In East Village, you’ll find the 166-year-old McSorley’s Old Ale House (emphasis on the old), where the only sipping options are “light” or “dark” beer. End of drink menu. And the Financial District boasts Fraunces Tavern, which is so old that George Washington once toasted at the bar. If toasting was around way back then. When the sips are all sipped, stroll back to your hotel in Lower Manhattan, well-rested in all of your vast historical knowledge.

Frequently Asked Questions About Manhattan, New York

What are the best places to stay when visiting Manhattan, New York?

When it comes to finding the best place to stay in the city, most opt for hotels in Midtown Manhattan. That puts you in the middle of the action, close to popular tourist spots like Times Square, Grand Central, and Bryant Park. Manhattan hotels near Central Park like Hotel Beacon are also a popular choice, especially if you plan on exploring that giant greenspace and are doing a lot of walking. Many also stay in hotels in Lower Manhattan, putting you closer to hotspots like SoHo and the East Village, and making it easier to get to Brooklyn.

Are there any cheap hotels in Manhattan, New York?

If your mind is on your wallet when you’re planning your Manhattan getaway, you’re probably looking to find cheap hotels in Manhattan, NY. And that’s not a total pipe dream, because you can find incredible accommodations in the city at places like Arlo SoHo close to Midtown, while getting so much more for far less than you expected when you book with a Hotwire Hot Rate. Even if you’re looking for last-minute hotel deals in Manhattan. In fact, the longer you wait to book a Hot Rate Hotel, the bigger the savings get. You can save an average of 60% versus booking a listed rate two weeks earlier.

What are the best pet-friendly hotels in Manhattan?

If your travel companion happens to come in fur form, picking a hotel may have limitations. Luckily, you’ll find plenty of pet-friendly hotels in Manhattan, NY to choose from. If you and your fluffiest friend want to live it up to the most on your trip to NYC, book pet-friendly Manhattan hotels with Hotwire Hot Rates and get way more extra treats. Booking unreserved rooms before knowing the name of the place could get you a high-end 4-star hotel at a 2-star price. And that’s plenty to bark about.

What are the best hotels in Manhattan?

On your New York getaway, you only want top shelf everything. And that means staying at one of the best hotels in Manhattan. Whether you’re looking for views of the Brooklyn Bridge in the Financial District at Mr. C Seaport or have a full-on Park Avenue experience at The Marmara Park Avenue, you’ll find Manhattan’s best hotels on Hotwire.

Is it safe to travel to Manhattan, New York during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis?

With recent COVID-19 closures and reopenings, you may be questioning is it safe to travel to Manhattan, New York right now. When you want to book a last-minute trip to Manhattan, make sure to check the most up-to-date information on safety measures, closures, and guidance on traveling during Coronavirus.