One of the joys of visiting New York is its cheerfully chaotic blend of the old and the new. Cutting-edge architecture sits cheek by jowl next to historic properties, many of which have been repurposed into restaurants and hotels.
And while shiny new hotels have their appeal, we thought it would be interesting to descend on a handful of historic properties to see how they fared with families. The verdict on all three was a resounding thumbs up for location, comfort and price.
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