Your adventurous spirit can sneak around asking you to visit New York, you arrive with luggage and begin to walk the city “in search” of a place to stay, a place that you catch. But the situation is not as positive as we think. New York has more than 70,000 hotel rooms – enough to house an entire city, and each day grows even more. In normal days, common, hotel occupancy level is 90% in peak times (such as spring break, Thanksgiving and Christmas), that level is probably 105%. So unless you want to take your job of staying in New Jersey (cheaper, but farther away) in a motel, it’s best to do homework and research well where will you go to stop when you get to NYC before the trip. First of all, choose a neighborhood that is appropriate for the intentions of your trip (vacation, shopping, business, art) and then find lodgings in this area in particular – within your budget, if possible.
Find a job it is not as is often impossible to imagine sometimes. Usually around more expensive places, are called boutique hotels, where you’ll be closer to the street life of New York, and where you will receive excellent care with a pleasant climate. If this does not convince you, always remain as an option hostels and bed and breakfasts. There you will find from motel rooms to small apartments in an environment that meets your needs – some even (as the name implies) offers breakfast, even lunch. For those who have no problems in spending much money on hotels, it is good to note that choosing a good hotel with a good concierge is like having a very good friend in the city: the janitors know everything, and can help you move in the city, giving you valuable information and making you gain time.
From plays recommended to restaurants to go with your girlfriend. Remember, before leaving on trip to New York, have already decided where to stay. It is not recommended to roam the city with your room, looking for a place to stay. – Not only because it is healthy for you, but you feel so overwhelmed by the number of options, which is likely to end up staying at the worst possible place.