Tips and Articles for New York City

Ericka McConnell

“Wine vacations” have been popular for years, and for good reason. If there's one thing that Travel + Leisure editors agree on, it's that wining and... Read More

A single red Mary Jane pump sits on display, dirtied and crumpled by time and the horrible places it has been. At one point the red shoe belonged to a... Read More

New York City’s first self-driving shuttle service opened to the public on Wednesday, taking passengers on a 1.1-mile loop around Brooklyn.Optimus Ride... Read More

Picture it: trading in the hot, crowded subway for fresh, open air. Losing the skyscrapers for the rippling expanse of the ocean.The Big Apple... Read More

A New York City woman celebrating more than a century of life has some advice for other women looking to someday do the same: Don’t become a bride!“I... Read More

There are a lot of quirky ice cream flavors you can find all around the world, from charcoal to lavender, and even beer-flavored scoops. of... Read More

For many New Yorkers, it’s not a true summer if you don’t get the chance to hit up the beautiful beaches of Montauk and the Hamptons at least once. And... Read More

The Friends 25th Anniversary celebration just keeps going, and you might not be able to be any more excited about this latest news.Rachel, Ross, Monica,... Read More

It’s a special year for Aperol, as the Italian liqueur is celebrating its 100th birthday in 2019. Aperol was created by brothers Luigi and Silvio... Read More

When the TWA Hotel opened in May, layovers at John F. Kennedy International Airport got a whole lot more fun. No matter how long your delay or layover,... Read More

There’s nothing as quintessentially New York as finding a place to drink outside as the weather warms up. Gone are the days of hunkering down in a dark... Read More

When you picture New York City, a few very specific things come to mind: Times Square, the Statue of Liberty and the view from the top of the... Read More

New York City will close nearly seven miles of streets in Manhattan for three Saturdays in August in the 12th annual “Summer Streets” celebration... Read More

A visit to New York City holds so many possibilities: from the hip neighborhoods and boutique shopping to the famous sights (we’re looking at you,... Read More

There is a European destination for every travel palette. The honeymooners are in Positano, the art lovers are at Musée d'Orsay in Paris, the hikers are... Read More

I recently went on a trip to Los Angeles with a friend, and after just one day and night together my voice was starting to give out. We were talking... Read More

There’s no better time to get out of your restaurant rut or take-out habit than NYC Restaurant Week — but choosing where to dine isn’t easy. Nearly 400... Read More

An entire cement truck full of sand will fill the streets, dozens and dozens of teams ready to compete in a life-size game of pétanque — like the French... Read More

In a city with as many hotels as New York City, it can be difficult to say which one is truly the best. From the extravagant luxury hotels of the... Read More

One would be hard-pressed to find a better-traveled bunch of folks than the readers of Travel + Leisure. You’ve scaled Kilimanjaro and sailed to... Read More

Hotels in New York City are a special breed. They’re storied, stately, and numerous — hundreds of them exist in Manhattan alone. So when it comes to... Read More

Superlative city hotels channel the distinctive personalities of their urban environments while giving guests tranquil spaces for unwinding after a busy... Read More

After drinking on velvet furniture in dark lounges all winter, we’re ready for spritzy cocktails in sunny bars with the best views of skylines and... Read More

Alelia Murphy, the oldest living person in the United States, celebrated her 114th Birthday on Saturday!To kick off her birthday weekend, officials in... Read More

Equinox, a leader in the “fitness as lifestyle” movement, opens its first hotel in New York's Hudson Yards this month. With the opening, two aspirations... Read More

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