Here's a quick guide on how to book Hotels in New York City using TripHobo.
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Considering the number of annual visitors New York City has, it is no wonder that finding a cheap accommodations to stay in New York City is difficult. The rates are generally inflated and why not, New York Hoteliers quote a high price even for an average room with basic amenities and still get customers. The busier the season, the expensive the hotels get and you can never really trust the price based on one season. Hence, defining an average range for accommodation in NYC per night is next-to-impossible. Brooklyn and Queens are the best neighborhoods for budget travelers but you will always be a cab ride away from the major attractions. For high-end luxurious hotels, Upper East Side, Midtown East & Murray Hill and Union Square, Flatiron District & Gramercy Park are the right pick. Comparatively, TriBeCa, The Lower East Side and Nolita and SoHo are relatively quieter areas.
For exploring the best things to do in New York City, choose a hotel in Manhattan. It will cost you a bomb, but all the major attractions like the Times Square, the Rockfeller Centre, MET Museum, Empire State Building and Central Park are right there!New York City hotels tend to be quite expensive and so if possible one should spend less on their stay by getting a space in the boroughs and using the subway to move in and out of the areas they wish to visit. An average private room costs a minimum of $100 and is generally offered by modest home owners, church and military organizations.