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Highlights in Manhattan
- Vibrant city
- World-class museums
- Lively nightlife
- Central Park
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The world’s most familiar urban landscape welcomes you to its flourishing arts, food, fashion, culture and nightlife scenes. It can be daunting choosing a holiday rental in Manhattan due to its sheer size and the wealth of options, but one thing to consider is the benefit of staying near to one of Manhattan’s expansive parks, such as Central Park or Riverside Park, as these places offer a great place to relax before or after you head into the irresistibly compelling urban jungle of Manhattan’s myriad skyscraper-lined streets.Lettings with great views over the city
Lettings in Manhattan are predominately in flats. Look out for lettings on the upper floors of buildings for spectacular views over the urban landscape and Central Park. These rentals tend to be compact and cosy and ideal for a couple. In prestigious locations such as Upper West Side you can find luxury living in majestic tree-lined streets and a quiet home away from home in the world’s greatest city, perfect for a family holiday!
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The area and getting around
You would need weeks in Manhattan to explore its multitude of dramatically diverse neighbourhoods. Upper East Side brings you the city’s swankiest townhouses and luxury shopping galore. Harlom is a glorious blend of soul food restaurants, cosy jazz clubs and lively streetscapes. Hell’s Kitchen is the neighbourhood for trendy restaurants, the arts scene and for gay nightlife.A cool neighbourhood around every corner
Midtown brings you Fifth Avenue, Times Square and the best nightlife in the city. Midtown East is an architect lovers’ favourite – a wonderland of Beaux Arts and Art Deco splendour. East Village offers consistently great hole-in-the-wall eateries and well-priced bars for those on a budget.
Travellers and activities
Manhattan may well be the number one destination in the world for museum enthusiasts, with 83 major museums in its five broughs. So where to start? The Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the largest museums in the world, boasting an eclectic collection that includes more than two million pieces from the 5 continents, some of them more than five thousand years old? The Guggenheim Museum, which brings together one of the most important collections of modern and contemporary art in the world with more than 1,500 exhibits? The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum? The American Museum of Natural History? The Ellis Island Immigration Museum? Really! Where to start?!Manhattan for partygoers
Manhattan is famously referred to as the city that never sleeps, and with 24/7 public transportation, and bars and clubs open until 6 am, the city truly lives up to the reputation bestowed on it. Bear in mind that the best nightlife in the city is not in the downtown area, but rather further up in midtown in areas such as Chelsea and Greenwich Village.
„More than 800 languages are spoken in Manhattan, making it the most linguistically diverse city in the world!“
Top 5 travel tips in Manhattan
Fifth Avenue is the most famous street in Manhattan, a symbol of the city and its cosmopolitan way of life. It is a great place to go when you first arrive in the city, as many of Manhattan's classic attractions are located in its surroundings, such as the Rockefeller Centre.2. Explore one of the biggest libraries in the world
The New York Public Library is one of the most important and beloved buildings in the city. Tour its lavish halls and be photographed with the infamous lions on the front steps. Check out the Rose Room on the third floor. It is the main reading room and the size of a soccer field!3. Visit America’s most beautiful train station
Perhaps nowhere in the world teems with life like Grand Central Terminal, one of the most important attractions in Manhattan and one of the largest train stations in the world with 75 tracks and over 50 platforms. The two magnificent staircases in the Main Concourse are inspired by those of the Paris Opera.4. People watch on Wall Street
Wall Street is perhaps the world’s most famous street and a participant in countless major movies over the decades. Strolling through its streets on weekdays is to immerse yourself in a whirlwind of suits, heels, ties, coffee and smartphones. So find a nice cafe or simply a bench and marvel at the world’s financial hub running its treadmill.5. Take a breather from the madness in Central Park
Located in the heart of Manhattan, Central Park, which boasts over 26,000 trees, 50 fountains, an ice rink, a zoo, monuments, sculptures, 36 bridges, and numerous lakes and ponds, is the world’s biggest urban park and the place to take a breather from the glorious and truly unforgettable madness that is the streets of Manhattan!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Manhattan
On average, how much do holiday rentals in Manhattan cost?
At an average price of £274.57 per night, Manhattan lies at the upper end of the price range for holiday rentals in the USA.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Manhattan?
If you want to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Manhattan are January (£234.96 per night for accommodation, on average), February (£239.92), and September (£245.05).
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Manhattan?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Manhattan was May, with an average price of £319.47 per night. This was followed by April, with an average of £318.32, and December, with £295.26.
Is Manhattan a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
When going on holiday to Manhattan, it is necessary to be proactive, as 75% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
April, May, and June are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 30.75%, 29% and 28.5%.
When are there fewer rental options available in Manhattan?
According to data from 2020, the months with the fewest housing options available in Manhattan are, in order, August (with 20.2% of available rentals), February (21.2%), and October (22.6%).
How many holiday rentals are there in Manhattan?
Holidu works with 16 different partners to give you an inventory to choose between 1500 properties we have in Manhattan.