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Founded by Dutch colonists in 1624 as New Amsterdam, the city of New York has certainly come a long way and is now one of the most important and vibrant cities in the world. The Big Apple, as it's affectionately known, is an iconic holiday or short break destination for millions who dream of visiting this cultural hub of the world. The city has a subtropical climate and so can be very warm indeed in Summer, when the mercury nudges 40 degrees. Plenty of public transport is on offer, from the renowned yellow cabs to the subway, so you'll be able to conveniently reach the landmarks and sites of interest from your hotel or apartment. Among the plethora of places to see is the Empire State Building, at 1,472 feet this is the city's highest viewing point. The Metropolitan Art Museum is one of the most visited attractions and houses some two million works. The 843 acres of Central Park is a delightful sight, with meadows, gardens, sculptures and trees, rightly famed for its Shakespeare in the Park productions.New York City HotelsNew York has an incredibly wide range of hotel apartment accommodation for all budgets. The selection is enormous; there are 328 hotels in Manhattan alone. For example, should you wish an apartment/room in the Theatre District, the Paramount Hotel is recommended. Should you wish to stay in an apartment somewhere famous, the legendary Waldorf Astoria occupies an entire city block of Art Deco splendour, and boasts a world famous spa and fitness centre. For a more budget conscious stay in New York, the ultra trendy Gershwin Hotel is like a living conceptual art piece. A magnificently hip hotel which won't break the bank. The Soho Grand Hotel on Broadway combines Old World charm with a cutting edge modern American sensibility.No visit to New York would be complete without a boat tour to the 151 foot tall Statue of Liberty, a symbol of American freedom. You simply must take in a show on Broadway, perhaps the world's greatest theatre district. Also highly recommended is a visit to the Bronx Zoo, the largest and oldest in America, with some 4,000 animals and several wonderfully recreated habitats.