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Explore the world’s best tourist city by staying at the day rooms of Hotel 50 Bowery NYC. There’s a rooftop bar and free Wi-Fi within this pet-loving hotel, where canine companions are welcome at the hourly rooms with no additional cost. The local area is brimming with restaurants of varying styles, and the attractions of New York are innumerable, from countless theaters and shops, to the art deco skyscrapers of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, not to mention astounding art galleries.
Global Menu – Sinophiles have a choice of restaurants to sate their hunger, including soups, noodles, and dumplings at Shu Jiao Fu Zhou, or satisfy diets both kosher and vegetarian at Bodhi Kosher Vegetarian Restaurant. If an old school Italian establishment tickles your taste buds then visit Forlini’s for familiar red-sauce fare complemented by a full bar. Ed’s Lobster Bar serves up a menu of seafood, and features a raw bar, lobster rolls, and fish dishes.
Statue of Liberty – Out on the water you’ll find the most famous New Yorker of all welcoming visitors to the Big Apple. Gifted by the French to the Americans, the statue has stood proud for well over a century and today provides a museum, guided tours, and great views of the city.
Theatrical Heaven – Manhattan is the home of Broadway, the best theater district this side of the Atlantic. If live performances are your bag then this is the perfect place to visit as there’s every type of play under the sun, from drama that entertained Elizabethan England to the latest smash hit musicals. Not only that, there’s plenty of comedy clubs and even operatic performances.
Artistic Delights – Not far from Central Park is the Museum of Modern Art, where you can wander a sculpture garden outside or peruse the interior galleries and admire works by famous artists such as Van Gogh. Head a little further northeast and you’ll soon reach the world class collection of global creativity housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, spanning thousands of years from Ancient Egypt through to the modern era
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Pet-friendly hotel (no additional fee).