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  • La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham New York City Central Park

    La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham New York City Central Park

    2.5-star

    Lincoln Square1.3 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating7.2.Good725 Hotels.com guest reviews
    La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham New York City Central Park
  • Hotel Belleclaire

    Hotel Belleclaire

    4-star
    VIP

    Central Park West1.3 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating7.8.Good894 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Belleclaire
  • Night Hotel Broadway

    Night Hotel Broadway

    2.5-star

    Upper West Side1.3 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating5.6.Fair1,713 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Night Hotel Broadway
  • Hotel Beacon

    Hotel Beacon

    4-star

    Lincoln Square1.3 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating9.0.Superb898 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Beacon
  • Hotel Newton

    Hotel Newton

    3-star

    Bloomingdale1.4 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating8.0.Very good953 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hotel Newton
  • The Lucerne Hotel

    The Lucerne Hotel

    4-star

    Central Park West1.1 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous865 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Lucerne Hotel
  • Arthouse Hotel New York City

    Arthouse Hotel New York City

    4-star
    VIP

    Central Park West1.2 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous2,096 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Arthouse Hotel New York City
  • Belnord Hotel

    Belnord Hotel

    2.5-star

    Upper West Side1.1 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating8.2.Very good841 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Belnord Hotel
  • The Wallace

    The Wallace

    3.5-star

    Central Park West1.4 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating9.8.Exceptional9 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Wallace
  • voco The Franklin New York, an IHG Hotel

    voco The Franklin New York, an IHG Hotel

    3.5-star

    Upper East Side1 kilometer to Central Park

    Guest rating9.0.Superb143 Hotels.com guest reviews
    voco The Franklin New York, an IHG Hotel
  • The Mark

    The Mark

    5-star
    VIP

    Uptown0.8 kilometer to Central Park

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional122 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Mark
  • The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

    The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

    5-star

    Uptown0.9 kilometer to Central Park

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional82 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel
  • Royal Park Hotel

    Royal Park Hotel

    2.5-star

    Bloomingdale1.6 kilometers to Central Park

    Guest rating5.8.Fair260 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Royal Park Hotel
  • Direct Loft at 33 West 71st Street

    Direct Loft at 33 West 71st Street

    2.5-star

    Lincoln Square1.3 kilometers to Central Park

    Direct Loft at 33 West 71st Street
  • Lincoln Center Holiday Rentals

    Lincoln Center Holiday Rentals

    3-star

    Lincoln Square1.2 kilometers to Central Park

    Lincoln Center Holiday Rentals
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Central Park Hotels

Surrounded but not surrendering to the city’s jungle of domineering skyscrapers, Central Park is the leafy centrepiece of New York City. Spanning 843-acres of picturesque lawns, woodland, lakes and ponds, it’s a restful escape from the bright lights and bustle of Manhattan. A regular backdrop in numerous films and TV shows, it’s every bit as you’d imagine – whether you’re performing a spot of yoga, taking a romantic horse and carriage ride, or simply enjoying a coffee-fuelled morning stroll whilst admiring the rich hues of autumn.

Things to see

Established back in 1857, Central Park is home to much more than just greenery. Alongside numerous walking paths and trails, it features the 6.5-acre Central Park Zoo, the open-air Delacorte Theater, and Belvedere Castle – a petite Gothic and Romanesque folly. After autumn’s showy display of colours, the park becomes a winter wonderland, where children sled and families flock to the ice-skating rinks. All of this exists within a short cab ride from iconic Times Square – also known as The Crossroads of the World.

A buzzing intersection plastered in glowing signage, here fast-paced pedestrians prowl the glossy stores, yellow cabs honk, and sizzling street stands serve up hotdogs and pretzels. The area is also part of the legendary Broadway Theatre District, aka The Great White Way. From the latest smash hit dramas to long-running musicals like Les Misérables and Wicked, it’s a world-class feast for any theatregoer.

Hotels in Central Park

From sleek and stylish high-rise establishments to fashionable boutique digs, the hotels in Central Park’s vicinity come in a variety of guises. If you’ve got a taste for the finer things however, then you can expect to stay in some of the world’s ritziest accommodation such as The Plaza Hotel, where well-heeled guests are pandered to with gourmet restaurants, state-of-the-art gyms and spas, and designer decorated suites boasting park views. The more modest hotels in Central Park’s immediate area also aim to please, and range from mid-range chain name establishments to smaller, more intimate properties such as Salisbury Hotel. Many feature on-site bars and business centres, with WiFi and flat-screen TVs in-room.

Where to stay

A hotel in Central Park’s vicinity doesn’t just give you acres of greenery; it also places you in a prime position for sightseeing. If you’re basing yourself around the park’s southern portion, you’ll have many of Manhattan’s most popular museums, theatres, and attractions all within easy reach - including Times Square, the Empire State Building, and shopaholics’ haven 5th Avenue. To the east of the park, Upper East Side area simmers with affluence and luxury, where aloof boutiques cater to the discerning super-rich, and restaurants set funky new trends. Directly opposite, Upper West Side is home to top-notch hubs like the artsy Lincoln Center, and the American Museum of Natural History.

How to get to Central Park

Those flying to New York usually touch down at one of two gateways: LaGuardia Airport, which primarily deals with domestic flights, or John F. Kennedy International Airport, which handles direct flights from all over the world. If you’re arriving at the latter, it’s around a 17-mile journey to Manhattan’s Central Park area once you land. Taxis are in plentiful supply, though New York’s subway system makes a quick and cheap alternative. The AirTrain provides access to the network directly from the airport, and can get you into the heart of Manhattan in around an hour. Heading to Fifth Avenue – 59th Street Station will take you to Central Park’s southern edge.

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