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4 Days of Shopping in NYC

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

Dazzling baubles, retro chic, fabulous food, in 4 days of shopping in NYC you can have it all.

With absolutely everything a person could desire within reach, but with clothes of all kinds and food especially good, shopping in New York City is a dazzling and exciting shopping experience people choose again and again. However, if you’re just in the big apple for a long week end or a mid-week trip, it’s worth researching before you go to achieve all you want.

Shopping New York(photo by: Tony Fischer Photography)

Shopping can be dreamy with a bit of planning.
With so much on offer, tailor your shopping to your district, to maximize fun and ensure a full suitcase to take home. If you’re looking for one offs, bohemian chic, or great food, stay in the unique, round windowed, Hotel Dream – downtown NY, in Chelsea. With the famous ‘Chelsea Market’ and boutique shops like ‘Nest Interiors’ and wonderful apothecary ‘Malin & Goetz’ a stroll away, you can really indulge your desire to be different.

Retro and rare, Greenwich is as individual as you
Even though Greenwich is right next door, there’s a subtle change with retro and rare taking the place of new and novel. Stay in this fashionable, relaxed district and a string of emporiums opens right up on your doorstep. Visit ‘Strand Books’, which boasts 18 miles of rare, second hand and current books for sale, then hop round the corner to ‘Beacon’s Closet’ and find yourself a retro, second hand outfit for dinner.

Timeless designer shopping chic near Times Square
However, if classic, designer New York style is what you’re after, then there’s no place better than 5th Avenue. For who could visit New York shopping and not visit Tiffany’s? Made famous by the film ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ this haven of precious baubles continues to be a magical place just to visit, let alone buy anything. If you stay at the comfortable The Hotel at Times Square New York, you will also be near the famous upmarket department store, ‘Saks’, or why not visit our New York Hotels page where there’s sure to be a hotel to make your shopping trip buzz.


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