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Manhattan Travel Guide

Make Your New York City Experience Memorable

Dine, shop, drink, discover.

Immerse yourself in all things New York City when you stay at Night Hotel, located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. After you've explored the exceptional architecture, entertainment and dining surrounding Night, set out on an exploration of the entire city. The central location of our hotel provides easy access to some of New York's most exciting neighborhoods by foot, subway or short taxi ride.

Exciting New York City Neighborhoods Near Night:

Hell's Kitchen – Five minutes by foot
This neighborhood is no longer run down, as its name connotes, but it still carries an edgy, energetic aura. Ninth Avenue, the main drag, is filled with a mixture of upscale and lower-key bars and restaurants, providing food from every corner of the world.

Upper West Side – 15 minutes by train (1)
The more relaxed and freewheeling of the neighborhoods bordering Central Park, the Upper West Side is home to cultural institutions like the American Museum of Natural History and Lincoln Center, highly regarded music venue the Beacon Theater, and Columbia University.

West Village – 15 minutes by train (D)
Entering the narrow, winding streets of the West Village takes you out of modern New York and back in time. Elegant carriage houses and beautiful brownstones line the streets, and the main thoroughfares are dotted with Euro-style cafés and upscale boutiques.

East Village – 20 minutes by train (F)
The East Village is the irreverent sibling of its older, more mature sister to the west. Bars of all kinds line the avenues, alongside bike shops, record stores, clothing boutiques and some of the city's best restaurants. St. Mark's Place alone is home to more phenomenal bars than most entire cities can claim. 

SoHo – 20 minutes by train (D)
Formerly home to artists' lofts and not much else, modern SoHo is all about shopping. Broadway is lined with some of the world's most famous retailers, while the side streets are packed with upscale boutiques and great places to grab a coffee and people-watch for a while.

If you are looking for tips on how to live like a local during your time in the city, be sure to speak to our expert concierge, your own personal Manhattan travel guide.

Take the next step toward planning your New York adventure by make reservations at Night.