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Midtown, Manhattan isn’t much of a draw for those looking to get under the skin of the city to discover its hidden spots, but the best hotels in Midtown are attractions entirely unto themselves. For tourists, the neighborhood offers accommodations ranging from unique five-star stays to big chain hotels. While the streets may be crowded and the towering buildings impersonal, you room will be just a stone’s throw from shops (from Prada to street vendor-sold Pashminas), the best Broadway shows, Manhattan's finest restaurants, both with Michelin stars and street cart cred, and parks (both Bryant and Central). Midtown encompasses everything you love about New York, and probably many of the reasons why you came in the first place.
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