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Frequently asked questions
Are you looking for a luxury hotel for your stay in Manhattan?
Arrange a flight into New York, NY (JFK-John F. Kennedy Intl.) Airport or Newark, NJ (EWR-Liberty Intl.) Airport, and then treat yourself to a stay at one of 367 luxurious hotels. Known for its great views and art, Manhattan also has some interesting things to see and do including Central Park and Metropolitan Museum of Art, so you may want to take in the local sights during your visit.
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What's there to see and do in Manhattan?
Enjoy Manhattan and visit American Museum of Natural History, Central Park and Metropolitan Museum of Art. If you have spare time during your trip, you might want to make a stop at Beacon Theater and Central Park Zoo.
How can I get around Manhattan?
It’s easier to get around town comfortably when you know your options. Take advantage of metro transport at 81 St. - Museum of Natural History Station, 72 St. Station (Central Park West) and 86 St. Station (Central Park West).