West Village, New York, New York, United States

West Village, New York, New York, United States

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Live the Manhattan high life in the West Village

With its quaint cobblestone streets, leafy plazas and handsome brownstone houses, it's little wonder that the West Village is one of Manhattan's most sought-after addresses. This ever-bustling neighborhood was once an epicenter of alternative culture and pioneering politics, with Christopher Street an inspiring international symbol of LGBT rights. Today, the district is just as renowned for its formidable dining scene, with its gourmet gastropubs and bijou bistros among the hottest restaurants in town. Within easy walking distance of your West Village vacation rental you'll also find picturesque parks, independent boutiques and chic cafes.

Bars and boutiques in the West Village

Embrace the bohemian spirit of the West Village with a tour of its legendary drinking dens. The White Horse Tavern was the traditional bar of choice for local and visiting artists and intellectuals, and has served everyone from Bob Dylan to Jack Kerouac. A short stroll away stands the Stonewall Inn, which played a pivotal role in the US gay rights movement. Afterwards, take it easy in a laid-back jazz joint or dance ‘til dawn in a pulsing night club. After a long lie-in and restorative brunch, why not peruse the Village's fabulous designer fashion stores and hip homeware shops.

Iconic urban vistas and awe-inspiring art

Just a short step from your West Village vacation rental, the Whitney Museum of American Art is among the city's most revered galleries, with its mind-blowing collection of paintings by luminaries such as Jasper Johns, Mark Rothko and Andy Warhol. Despite the Village vibe, you're still a stone's throw away from the glittering skyscrapers of Midtown and NYC first-timers can get their bearings in style with a trip up the Empire State Building. From the observatories located high up this vertigo-inducing Art Deco masterpiece, you can savor unbeatable panoramic views of the world's most iconic urban skyline.

Vibrant seasons in the West Village

With New York among the world's most visited cities, West Village vacation rentals are in high demand at all times of year. Competition for accommodation can be particularly fierce during the peak summer holiday period, when the weather is typically hot and sunny. Be aware, however, that humidity can be high. You may find the milder temperatures of spring or fall more conducive to sightseeing. Winter snow can be enchanting, but the city is often subject to extended periods of extreme cold between December and February.

Seek out Manhattan's wild side in the West Village

If the frenetic pace of city life is getting you down, make a beeline for the Hudson River Park. Stretching out over 4 miles along the banks of the shimmering river, this spectacularly scenic recreation space is home to an abundance of flora and fauna, from delicate songbirds to migrating butterflies. For animal encounters of a more dramatic nature, head to the much-loved Central Park Zoo, where you can marvel at rare red pandas, playful penguins and lumbering grizzly bears.