Hotels in New York

Does anyone have the name of a decent hotel to stay following a Carival cruise from the Manhattan cruise terminal? Gonna stay around for 4 to 5 days after the cruise. Any suggestions appreciated.

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Sorry, cannot offer any suggestions on that. Wish you good luck on that. They will be pricey if on the island. We have always stopped an hour out in Parsippany NJ when ever we have sailed out of Manhattan.

What are your sightseeing goals while in Manhattan or the other 4 boroughs?

In part that will determine the best "neighborhood" to begin your search in.

Hope to see Ground Zero, Central Park, Yankee game, a show or 2. Realize hotels are not cheap but comfort for a decent price would be nice.

To be central (no pun intended) to what you have mentioned sections around Central Park, the Upper Eastside and Upper Westside is to where to start your search. Unfortunately I don't have any specific recommendations for those areas, but there are plenty of options at various prices and ratings.

Thanks for your assistance.

Too bad Cromp/BAK1061 isn't on this forum anymore. He was a wealth of information about NYC since he lives there. He loved helping people with their questions about the city. Hopefully someone else familiar with NY will be able to give you some recommendations.

Yes, that would be nice.

BEST wishes on finding s great hotel in NYC! SIGNED ENVIOUS!

Great to see you on the boards. how are things?

I have his email address, and he has suggested I give it to you. He would like to help you out with NYC questions. I've sent you a friend request on the Shipmate app.

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