Cheap hotels near Grand Central Station in New York, United States
Grand Central Station is one of the most visited landmarks in the city, and one of the most practical, serving as a major transportation hub for Metro-North trains and east-side subway lines.
Grand Central (which is technically called "Grand Central Terminal") marked its 100th birthday in 2011. The station features an iconic clock in the center of its main hall and an intricately painted ceiling depicting a colorful night sky with the signs of the Zodiac.
The station offers 68 boutiques and has an expansive dining concourse underground. In addition, the Grand Central Market attracts locals and tourists alike daily. For more information about tours, shops and trains, visit Grand Central Terminal's Web site.
The Chrysler Building is located one block east, while Times Square is found several blocks west at 42nd Street and Broadway.
Hotels near Grand Central: Most of the hotels listed here are in Midtown East-Murray Hill and Midtown West. From here, it’s easy to catch an early morning train or to hop over to any number of Midtown Manhattan sights.