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The north part of the park from the 90th street and up New York has a New York more natural and wild landscape which is really lovely, especially in the spring with all the daffodils and crocuses flowering – it’s gorgeous! A little more south, around the 70’th streets you can get to the reservoir and walk around. Gorgeous place to spend a morning walk or an afternoon, New York there are paths for bicycles and roller

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doritbenamiUnited States of America

It is such a breath of fresh air – quite literally! As a Londoner with easy access to Hyde Park and many others, I did not thing I would be as impressed as I was walking through the park, but I could not have been more mistaken! It was a lovely break from the city and such a peaceful experience walking all the way from the Lower West side to the Upper East side and took a lot less time to cover so much ground that I thought! I would highly recommend renting a bike if you’re feeling like getting a little bit more exercise and covering more ground. Cannot wait to go back!

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Andreea Laura VoineaUnited Kingdom

A great place just to walk around or you can either ride a bike or take a horse and buggy ride it is quite a big area so it would take most of the day to see.There are people selling things or things that you can eat I love Visiting Central Park when I am in New York.

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AnneAustralia

Definately do the 1 hour horse horse and carriage ride.

A great way to see most of the park. We had a very personable guide called Robert who with his horse Josie made it a very interesting and memorable part of our visit.

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SusanneUnited Kingdom

Central Park is a great place to escape the noise and hustle and bustle of New York.

There is a great little cafe in the park called Le New York Pain Quotidien which served great coffee and pastries.

Lots of walks and different areas to see in the park.

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RachelUnited Kingdom

I’ve been there over ten times. You can never see it all!I use to stay close by and get a bus every day to a different place of it and just start walking. Love to sit in the shade to read and rest. During summer it’s crowded, but anybody bothers other people and lots of street artists make your day!

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EdithUruguay

From $119.20 per night

8.2Very Good2,000 reviews

They had hot coffee at 4 pm each day.

The shower was large and water pressure was good but there was no door and water spilled into the bathroom each day.

Cleaning room only every three day, which did not include a vacuum of the floor,generally the whole hotel was creepy and dirty.A huge strange prop against the wall in the room, very weird, strange mirrors everywhere and odd ball art, which was not related to anything helter skelter on the walls,This is a very odd place but a good location to New York subways, Times Square and Central Park.

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JohnUnited States of America

From $134.50 per night

8.8Excellent710 reviews

The location is AMAZING. Couple blocks from central park and all the stores. Good food selection within walking distance. The room is a decent size for a hotel, which in NYC should be considered on the bigger side. Friendly and helpful staff. Check in process is a bit complicated so do plan ahead. And the most important thing, as a lot of other reviews mentioned, it has THE BEST SHOWER EVER with such high water pressure. It seems like a kinda unique review but trust me anyone would leave this review once taken it.

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AnnaUnited States of America

From $224 per night

8.7Excellent738 reviews

The staff was great and so friendly. Joey was super helpful. I like the location near Times Square but a few blocks away from the hectic part. North of the hotel near Broadway and Central Park was a nice walk. You can’t get up to the rooms in the hotel elevator without a room key. The curtains darkened out the lights and the beds are very comfortable. There is a big TV and you can sign into your Netflix. The hotel is updated and trendy.

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JenniferUnited States of America

From $207 per night

7.3Good611 reviews

Location, location, location! Floor-to-ceiling windows with amazing view towards the NYC skyline. I could see a glimpse of Central Park from my window too. Great bathroom as well, with nice amenities. The size of the room was perfect. I could set up my work computer as well. Large TV and great size, comfortable bed. Staff has been nothing but helpful! I’ll definitely be back and have recommended this hotel to friends!

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YunettaUnited States of America

From $676 per night

8.8Excellent539 reviews

The car service was nice.The cleaning staff was top notch.The amenities are outstanding.We were upgraded to an Executive Suite and the room was spacious.The hotel was near Central Park for my morning run.The hotel is near to many of the stores that I like.

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DavidUnited States of America

From $203 per night

8.3Very Good3,136 reviews

I was booked for their property at TS. But for operational reasons they had to move me to Central Park location. The response from the hotel to my requests was handled exceptionally well I would like to appreciate that.

View from rooms are good.

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MUnited Arab Emirates

From $125 per night

8.1Very Good4,665 reviews

Excellent location, close to everything if you want to explore Manhattan, the staff pretty helpful, have close really good restaurants too and also so close to Central Park! I love this hotel so much for the location

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AinhoaPanama

From $134.10 per night

8.0Very Good4,933 reviews

location and price for the Hotel were great. Close to central park and times square, as well as located in a central location to anywhere in the city.

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Marco-AndréUnited States of America

From $255.55 per night

8.8Excellent1,651 reviews

Staff was excellent,welcoming and very nice. Hotel was by alit of attractions and walking distance from central park,restaurants and museums

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BlancaUnited States of America

From $193 per night

8.9Excellent2,344 reviews

This is an exceptional boutique hotel. Convenient to Central Park and shopping. I recommend the Concorde.

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JamesUnited States of America

try to organise by location.NY is huge so museums and Central Park together made sense.Also, try to get started early morning and look to avoid mid-afternoon.

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MartinUnited Kingdom

Beautiful blossom in the spring, Central Park is an amazing and huge space, great for walking or cycling. The HighLine is a must do also

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Anonymous

Parks of the city like Bryant and Madison are non-obvious like Central Park but they can recharge your energy.

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FredericoBrazil

Don’t forget to pack your comfy shoes or trainers this is the best place to explore on foot and if you get a little tired, take a rest in Central park or Grand Central or the New York Public Library.If you get really tired or if the weather turns make sure you invest in a weekly Subway pass the best way to get from the top to the bottom of the city for only 30 dollars!!!

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MariaUnited Kingdom

30 rock at night, a walk in Central Park to the Met, a drink at a rooftop bar

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ElizabethFrance

Take a walk out the hotel and you are only1 block from Central ParkYou can take a horse drawn carriage or a bike powered tour around the park. You are only two blocks from 5th Avenue and all the shopping your arms can carry.

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