Tips and Articles for New York City

Ericka McConnell

There are lots of pet-friendly hotels, but some properties go above and beyond for guests' furry friends. These amenities are so awesome even the... Read More

The typical 3 p.m. check-in and 11 a.m. check-out are useful for hotels and resorts, but often not so great for guests. Fortunately, that's changing. ... Read More

Overnight, a last-minute booking app for short-term apartment rentals, has launched in New York City. The mobile service—with listings available for... Read More

New York City’s Highline, the elevated park that winds along the Hudson River, has become a must-see destination for visitors. Soon a new attraction... Read More

Located in the East River between the Bronx and Rikers Island, North Brother Island is not open to the public. But that didn't stop Teddy Haggerty from... Read More

Camping and Manhattan are two words you don't typically find in the same sentence. ... Read More

Manhattanhenge, when the sun aligns with the Manhattan's urban grid, isn't extremely rare, but it's rare enough to make it feel special — and to make it... Read More

This story originally appeared on foodandwine.com ... Read More

Public Wi-Fi has gone from a nice thing to have to a frequent necessity for travelers. But that doesn’t mean it's easy to come by, and many places... Read More

On Monday, Coney Island will once again host the Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest, as Nathan's celebrates its 100th anniversary. In... Read More

One of New York City’s most iconic landmarks, Central Park, is riddled with secrets and trivia. It cost more than Alaska (the New York State legislature... Read More

This story originally appeared on FWx.com ... Read More

Although you can no longer rent croquet mallets for 20 cents an hour like you could in 1874, there’s still a lot to do in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park—which... Read More

Be prepared to (kind of) say goodbye to a New York city icon: The famousWaldorf Astoria hotel will close while a number of the rooms are converted into... Read More

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are wasting no time showing their daughter, 2-month-old Luna, the joys of the jetset life. Though she can’t lift her... Read More

New York City’s charming South Street Seaport, a designated 11-block historic district that was a hotspot in the mid-19th century, has been changing... Read More

Taylor Swift caused a media storm last week after being spotted with Thor actor (he plays Loki) Tom Hiddleston at a beach in Rhode Island. The PDA... Read More

What’s better than staying in a stunning New York City townhouse? Staying in a stunning New York City townhouse that's literally good enough to eat. ... Read More

If you travel regularly to London or Paris—or would like to start doing so immediately—consider this offer from the business-class-only airline, La... Read More

So you know you’re supposed to visit the Brooklyn Bridge while visiting New York City. (You do. You really do.) It’s an architectural marvel, an easy... Read More

In an effort to quell some of the chaos of New York's Times Square in New York City, which sees some 50,000,000 visitors annually, the city... Read More

There has been an outpouring of tributes since Muhammad Ali's death on Friday, and now New York City is honoring the boxing legend. Daughter Laila Ali... Read More

When you think of a job in the hotel industry, a bellboy or concierge typically comes to mind. But, as properties seek to one-up each other in... Read More

This story originally appeared on money.com ... Read More

New Yorkers are tough and assertive and like to wear all black. But when a rare double rainbow graces the city—as one did yesterday—they turn... Read More

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