These beautiful places to stay are characterful, cool, quirky and super-handy for central Manhattan sightseeing. Book the one you fancy with Culture Trip.
The triangular Flatiron Building straddles Broadway and Fifth Avenue and is one of New York’s best-known architectural landmarks. Not open to visitors, it is still a great landmark to be near – after all, it’s ultra-central. The Flatiron District brims with excellent restaurants and fancy boutiques, while the Gramercy Park neighborhood oozes charm, all leafy streets and upscale townhouses. Chuck in proximity to hotspots such as Union Square and the Empire State Building, with the East and West Villages a brisk walk away – you’re ready to take Manhattan.