Gay New York New York City Travel Guide Travel Guides > United States > Gay New York New York City Nick PapaFifteen-course tasting menus, the rarest vintage clothes, exotic cocktails, panoramic views from above and unexpected waterfront pleasures. This is New York City, where hundreds of years of ambition, concrete and American dreams have culminated in a city where there’s so much to do that it became famous for never sleeping. The city is quite literally packed with things to see and do — all in a compact space that gives the impression of a never-ending pavement of skyscrapers. If planned correctly, New York City can still provide those quirky, tourist-obligated experiences, but also elevate the everyday with local flavour and off-the-beaten-path finds. If you’re in search of a definitive New York City travel guide, you’ve come to the right place. Feel like getting away? Take a trip planned just for you, and let us do all the work. Discover Trip Design Hotels Things to do Things to see Food & Drink Shopping Nightlife Trip Design The best hotels in New York CityAce Hotel is affordable without sacrificing anything that appeals to young creatives. The buzzy lobby cocktail bar and on-site, Michelin-starred restaurant, The Breslin, offer all the essentials under one roof in Midtown Manhattan. A stay at The Standard, East Village places you just a skip from Greenwich Village, NoHo and SoHo. NO BAR, the hotel’s new-wave gay bar, tops the charts in any New York City gay scene guide with its dance parties, drag shows and late-night DJ sets.The Hoxton, Williamsburg is the British brand’s first opening in North America. Stay here for spectacular skyline views and proximity to all the ultra-hip things to do in Brooklyn. The hotel’s Summerly rooftop bar brings the Hamptons to Brooklyn with lobster rolls, dreamy cocktails and rosé aplenty. More stunning views await at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, where you can gaze at the hotel’s namesake, the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, from 1 Rooftop Garden & Bar. Ace Hotel New York | Photo: Fran ParenteiRecommended hotels in Gay New York - New York City Hotels - Gay New York - New York City ACE Hotel New York Situated inside a historic building, the Ace Hotel offers a unique style developed by local artists and designers. Guests at the hotel can eat at the Breslin Restaurant or The John Dory Oyster Bar. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay New York - New York City The Standard - East Village Located off Cooper Square in Manhattan’s East Village, this boutique hotel features on-site dining, a private garden, and free Wi-Fi access. Greenwich Village is 10 minutes’ walk. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay New York - New York City Pod Brooklyn The Pod Hotel Brooklyn is located 644 m from the Music Hall of Williamsburg and 966 m from State of New York – East River State Park. 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