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Visiting Chelsea in New York
Chelsea is a metropolitan neighborhood known for its ample dining options and popular art scene. You might plan a visit to Penn Station while you're in town. Chelsea is an ideal home base for exploring the greater New York area, especially with 49 hotels and other accommodations to choose from.
Staying in New York's Chelsea Neighborhood
You’ll find lots of hotels and other lodging options in Chelsea, and our guests note these as some of their favorite places to stay:
- Kimpton Hotel Eventi: 5-star hotel with a full-service spa, 2 restaurants, and a 24-hour fitness center, 6-minute walk from Macy's. Our guests enjoy the hotel's central location and breakfast.
- The Maritime Hotel: 4-star hotel featuring a restaurant, a 24-hour fitness center, and bar. Expedia travelers like this hotel's comfortable rooms and breakfast.
- The Townhouse Inn of Chelsea: 3.5-star bed & breakfast with free breakfast, free WiFi, and concierge services, 14-minute walk from Macy's. Our guests rate this B&B highly for its comfortable rooms and central location.
Chelsea might not have accommodation options to suit your travel needs, so you might consider venturing to a different New York neighborhood for your stay. Meatpacking District is a neighborhood well regarded for its bars, restaurants, and shopping. Here is what our guests consider the top hotel in the neighborhood:
- Gansevoort Meatpacking: 4.5-star hotel featuring a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a nightclub. Our guests enjoy the hotel's comfortable rooms and proximity to shopping.
Sightseeing Around Chelsea in New York
If you're looking forward to a day of shopping in Chelsea, consider Chelsea Market, Limelight Marketplace, and Manhattan Mall, and pick out the perfect souvenir. Penn Station and The Cell are a also couple of sights to visit when you're in the neighborhood.
Plan a stop at Whitney Museum of American Art or Fort Gansevoort Gallery in Meatpacking District, a neighborhood nearby.
Getting Around Chelsea and New York
For a quick way to explore the city, catch a ride on metro transit at 23 St. Station, 23 St. Station, or 28 St. Station. If you want to venture out of town, New York Penn Station is the closest train station. You can also catch a ride at New York 23rd St. Station.