New York Accommodation and lodging listings
Situated in Northeastern United States, the State of New York is home to diverse landscapes, cultures and cities. In the northern region, enjoy the beauty of the Adirondack Mountains; in Western New York visit the cities of Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Rochester; in Central New York enjoy the activities around the Finger Lakes; in the mid-east visit the capital city of Albay and the leisure-oriented Catskill Mountains; in the south experience the world-class museums and nightlife of New York City, and the beaches of Long Island.
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Approx 3km away in New York:
The Quality Inn Convention Center is conveniently located near the Jacob Javits Center, Madison Square Garden, Empire State Building, Macys and Times Square. All rooms have free wireless/wired high-speed Internet and free local calls. Hotel features free continental breakfast.
New York, New York
Approx 1km away in Rome:
Inn at the Beeches is a quiet 52 acre country estate with ponds and walking paths. Built in 1954 the historic Beeches Conference Center is located on- site. This unique property is ideal for business or leisure. The hotel has been family owned and operated since its opening.
Rome, New York
Approx 2km away in East Durham:
Nestled on nearly 50 acres in the Catskill Mountains, Michael Dee's Motel is proud to announce the Grand Opening of Country Campsites. Michael Dee's Motel has been serving the community for over 40 years. It is a full service motel with rooms ranging from Standard Motel rooms to Luxury Suite..
East Durham, New York
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New York City is a world icon. Superb architecture, the world's greatest theatre district, some of the most renowned galleries and museums anywhere, eclectic neighborhoods, cultural events and fantastic restaurants - New York City has it all. It would take a lifetime to experience everything New York offers, but for a good, general introduction, be sure to visit the observation tower at the top of the Empire State Building, take in a performance at Lincoln Center, browse the Guggenheim Museum and see the United Nations Building. Take a trip out to see the Statue of Liberty and don't miss historic Ellis Island.