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New York All Inclusive Hotel Guide\n

With flavors from around the globe and arts that always push new boundaries and tell compelling stories, New York City has a bit of everything. So don’t be shy about expecting the same from your journey to the Big Apple. Discover cultures of the world all in one city, and relax in all-inclusive hotels in New York with amenities like restaurants and spa treatments at your fingertips. You’ll soon explore exquisite museums, like the Metropolitan Museum of art and MoMA (the Museum of Modern Art), and collect new experiences in each of the five boroughs—from a quiet morning at the Cloisters to award-winning performances on Broadway. As you book your stay, let Travelocity answer some of your top travel questions…

Wondering how to travel in New York City?

New York City has an impressive and historic network of subway lines, bus routes, and ferries that make it easy to get around all five boroughs without a car. Many of the metro and bus routes connect Manhattan to the outer boroughs and are near the many hotels such as the San Carlos Hotell, so you’ll have easy access to all the iconic landmarks and gorgeous neighborhoods no matter where you book one of our all-inclusive hotels in New York City.

When you do have a destination in mind, like our luxurious WestHouse New York in Midtown, hailing a taxi is another easy option for getting around the Big Apple. Just step out, make eye contact, and wave your hand in the air with the poise of a queen in a coronation parade. And, if you’re up for the walk, the best way to travel through NYC is on your own two feet. You’ll saunter through some of the city’s lush parks and stroll past striking street art with the freedom to stop for a hot cuppa from a corner coffee cart in Greenwich Village and to indulge in a little boutique shopping in Williamsburg.

Where are Uptown and Downtown in New York?

In New York City, Uptown and Downtown usually refer to districts in Manhattan. Downtown includes the “lower” area south of 14th Street, and Uptown begins north of 59th Street. When you stay in downtown New York all-inclusive hotels, savor your in-suite breakfast and wander through the streets of Greenwich Village, where the American Beat movement first took shape, or shop through designer boutiques in SoHo and Tribeca, all of which are located in Lower Manhattan.

New York’s uptown neighborhoods—both the Upper West Side and Upper East Side—surround the sprawling Central Park. To the west, you’ll find the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the American Museum of Natural History, and Columbia University. The Upper East Side is home to some of the city’s most coveted homes and fine dining tucked away from the constant rush of Downtown and Midtown.

New York City comprises five boroughs, some of them separated by a river or bay, and you’ve got to try to visit all of them. With prices worth writing home about, Travelocity will help you rest easy among exquisite amenities, because the city might never sleep, but you do.

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