Popular Lettings in Manhattan
Highlights in Manhattan
- Shopping on Fifth Avenue
- Brooklyn Bridge
- Central Park Walk
- Views from the Empire State Building
- Tours organized to enjoy your evening party
Most popular in Manhattan
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Manhattan
Have you ever dreamed of spending a few days in a Manhattan holiday rental like the ones you've seen so many times in series and films? Now you can do it thanks to Holidu. We have a great variety of rentals decorated in the purest New York style, with high ceilings, wooden floors and views of central Park. All of them are equipped with what is necessary to make your stay as comfortable as possible and with the possibility of choosing between a wide range of extra services, such as a terrace, swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, barbecue, etc. Don't wait any longer to book your Manhatta letting to immerse yourself in the essence of the city.
Holidays in Manhattan
The area and how to find your way around
Located at the mouth of the Hudson River, north of the Port of New York, Manhattan is the smallest but also the most important of the city's five metropolitan districts. Most of its territory is on the island of the same name, but it also includes other small islands such as Roosevelt and Randall, as well as a small portion of the mainland, Marbie Hill. Very well connected by bridges, tunnels and ferry to New Jersey and the other districts of the city. So if you decide to book your Manhattan holiday rental, you won't have any trouble visiting the Bronx, Queens Brooklyn or Staten Island.Divided into grid numbered streets and avenues
Getting oriented in Manhattan is very simple, since the different streets and avenues of the city are numbered and, in most cases, it is not necessary to look at the map to get to an address. Except for the southern part of the island, which is the original area of the island, known as Lower Manhattan, the entire urban core of the island is a grid. The avenues cross from North to South and the streets from East to West. The only exception is Broadway, which runs obliquely across the island. The most important street is Fifth Avenue, which has the best stores in the city and divides Manhattan between east and west. So, if you decide to rent a letting in Manhattan, you'll never get lost.
Types of travellers and activities
Manhattan is a real paradise for all shopping lovers. On the island you can find anything and everything at any price. If you want brand name stores, it's best to go to Fifth Avenue, in the vicinity of Central Park. Precisely where the Apple store is located. But if you're looking for cheap clothes, the best options are Macy's and KMart malls. The first one located in Penn Station. But also interesting is Chinatown, where you can find neighbourhood shops and other renowned as Channel or Dior; and outlets located on the outskirts of the city. The most famous is Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, both for its prices and for its variety and atmosphere.New York for night party lovers
New York is known as the "city that never sleeps". The options for going out at night in Manhattan are inexhaustible. With premises for all tastes. However, there are some that are not suitable for all pockets. But in addition to the establishments themselves, there are night tours of between 2 and 3 hours to see the lights of New York and the most emblematic places of the Big Apple and others that tour the oldest bars in the city. In any case, whatever you do, you can't leave New York without living the night.
Did you know that, with a length of 33 km, Broadway is the longest avenue in New York? Fortunately Manhattan is very well connected by public transport and you won't have to walk through it.
Top 4 Recommendations in Manhattan
The views from the 86th floor are free and there are usually long queues, but it is worth the climb. In addition, you can always purchase a priority access ticket. In any case try to go with time to be able to arrive to see how the sun sets on the other side of the Hudson River. An experience you'll never forget.2. Cross Booklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge connects Manhattan with Brooklyn and is one of the landmarks of Neo-Gothic architecture in industrial New York. One of the most famous bridges in the world and in 1883 managed to leave the world with its mouth open by becoming the longest suspension bridge in the world and the first suspended by steel cables3. Get lost in Central Park
Central Park is a huge park that starts at 59th Street and ends at 110th Street. The true lung of New York City. It is worth a visit to see its statues, bridges, lagoons, arches, meadows and its penguin zoo. In addition, it offers a different print depending on the time of year it is visited, which gives it a great charm.4. View the Statue of Liberty from the Staten Island ferry
The ferry from Manhattan to Staten Island offers magnificent views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the horizon. It makes 109 trips a day and is taken every year by around 22 million people. A really interesting experience.