From quirky hotels in hip and artistic East Village, to classic American luxury with old Hollywood glamour; discover the best New York hotels with Kuoni

Despite being called ‘the city that never sleeps’, there are plenty of places to bed down in New York at the end of a busy day. This buzzing, multicultural metropolis is where you’ll find some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, luxurious hotels and diverse dining imaginable. One of the best ways to start a New York holiday is by seeing the city’s incredible sights – and choosing a conveniently placed hotel is important, whether it’s an historic hotel in the heart of Midtown, an upbeat, stylish pad near Chelsea Market or a quirky, cosy hotel located in hip and artistic Brooklyn. Then you need to think about the choice of style – do you prefer all-suite accommodation, a glitzy skyscraper packed with facilities or a bijou boutique hotel tucked away in the Upper East Side? Take a look at our selection of the best hotels in New York, as chosen by our experts.

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New York Hamilton Walking Tour

Stroll the streets of New York on this walking tour to retrace the steps of one of the greatest locals, Mr. Alexander Hamilton. The adventure begins at Trinity Church, where Hamilton was buried as a result of one of the darkest days in American political history. Learn how Hamilton arrived in America on the eve of a revolution and quickly became one of the most influential minds of his day, only to be shot dead before his 50th birthday. Stop at Zuccotti Park, Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall where Hamilton looked on as George Washington was sworn in as America's first president. Finish with a beer in one of New York's oldest bars where Hamilton and Washington themselves used to drink.

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