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    An Urban Retreat to New York City

    • 3 Hotels
    • 1 Restaurant
    • 2 Activities

    From uptown’s bustling avenues to the quiet, cobblestoned streets of downtown, New York is a study in contrasts. More

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    Columbus Circle's Culture

    • 3 Hotels
    • 5 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Take a spin around Manhattan's only traffic circle to view the nearby museum, shops, and restaurants. More

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    Great NYC Street Food

    • 4 Restaurants

    NYC hot-dog carts, meet the competition: inspired by Danny Meyer’s wildly popular Shake Shack, in Madison Square Park, snack bars are dishing out quick, pedigreed fare in the Big Apple’s green spaces. More

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    Hitting the Hottest New York City Restaurant Openings

    • 4 Restaurants

    In a city like New York, restaurants come and go. Among the bumper crop of new openings, these are generating the loudest buzz. More

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    Isaac Mizrahi's Tour of New York City

    • 6 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Just as designer Isaac Mizrahi plays limbo with high and low, designing for both Bergdorf's and Target, he lives in the West Village and splits his time seamlessly between Uptown and Downtown. A su... More

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    Mini-Trip: New York's Theater District

    • 1 Hotel
    • 1 Restaurant
    • 11 Activities

    Catch a show or two—along with a great meal and a few z's—around New York's Great White Way. More

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    New Eats in Midtown Manhattan

    • 5 Restaurants

    Who says midtown Manhattan has no culinary edge? Something is cooking along Gotham’s new restaurant row. More

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    NYC for the Budget Conscious Family

    • 3 Hotels
    • 6 Restaurants
    • 9 Activities

    Welcome to one of America's most exciting, sophisticated, and expensive destinations. But don't let that last point put you off a family trip. Here, the best low-cost hotels, restaurants and attrac... More

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    NYC's Family-Friendly Upper East Side

    • 2 Hotels
    • 6 Restaurants
    • 11 Activities

    With its Park Avenue triplexes, brass-buttoned doormen, and Madison Avenue boutiques, the Upper East Side is the Apple at its most polished. And this pricey territory east of Fifth Avenue is certai... More

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    NYC's Kid-Friendly Upper West Side

    • 2 Hotels
    • 7 Restaurants
    • 16 Activities

    It's almost like a suburb within the city—a kid-centric community of extra-wide sidewalks and Saturday morning soccer games, of outings to the Museum of Natural History and sippy cups in every café... More

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    Romantic New York

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    The Big Apple can't be beat for dramatic moments: shopping on Madison Avenue, strolling hand in hand through Central Park, or basking in the megawatt glow of Times Square. More

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    Splurging on Dinner in NYC

    • 11 Restaurants

    Re-used concepts, obsessive attention to detail, hyper-seasonal ingredients, lectures on salt, fickle chefs and corporate packaging aren't enough to stop people from paying top dollar and sampling ... More

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    The Ultimate Guide to New York City

    • 28 Hotels
    • 13 Restaurants
    • 37 Activities

    It’s not especially modest to call New York City the center of the modern world—but then, as New Yorkers are the first to admit, their hometown has never been shy about tooting its own horn. The bu... More

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    Trip Guide to Hotel Living in NYC

    • 6 Hotels

    Although hotels with significant residential components are on the rise around the world, living in hotels is still more common in New York City than anywhere else. Whether it's the room service, t... More

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    Walk Across 42nd Street

    • 8 Activities

    From the U.N. to the Hudson, 42nd Street is both New York’s central artery and its pulsating heart. T+L strolls from river to river and discovers a microcosm of the city—and the world. More

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