New York City is not only Manhattan: 40 percent of all hotels, the 2011 opening, located in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx or Staten Iceland top of the rock, Central Park, Fifth Avenue or the most famous attractions of New York City’s Times Square are undisputed, mostly in Manhattan. But also the neighboring districts have more than enough to offer. 40% of all new hotels will open in 2011 in Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx or Staten Iceland. The trend to the boroughs outside Manhattan shows since 2008: 22% of all NYC Hotels opened since then in Queens, 15% in Brooklyn, 3% in the Bronx and Staten Iceland 2%. By the end of 2011 5,850 new rooms outside Manhattan be sprung up in nearly four years. In the trendy Brooklyn Western plus prospect Park and the Sheraton Brooklyn New York will be after the opening of the best hotel Brooklyn, the Fairfield Inn & Suites New York City Brooklyn and the Williamsburg Hotel available visitors in this year of aloft New York in 2010. In the Bronx, the Comfort Inn on Staten Iceland is currently being built that Best Western Staten Iceland.
Opened in Queens this year the Four points by Sheraton long Iceland city and the Z Hotel New York. In addition to lower prices, visitors to this hotel have also featured and still rather unknown attractions on its doorstep. The Louis Armstrong House Museum or the newly opened Museum of the moving image in Queens, the Bronx Zoo, the Botanical Garden in Brooklyn, historic Richmond town as a living museum on Staten Iceland or the ethnic diversity of all boroughs inspire the visitors. In addition, the numerous attractions of Manhattan are mostly is just a short metro ride from the often cheaper accommodation. Worth a look also on the entire hotel landscape of New York City. Between January 2008 and December 2010, the city with a plus of a total 24% more for accommodation in all price categories experienced the fastest growth of hotel beds in their entire history.
At the moment, the Big Apple is the fifth-largest hotel market in the United States, but with the most beds in construction. Currently, New York City has approximately 86.239 beds, by the end of 2011 it will be nearly 90,000. But other indicators show the boom: the average occupancy rate in 2010, the average room rate at 255 was over 85%, $ per room. In April 2011, the occupancy rate was 88%. General information about New York City also in German language available under or English. Press photos can be found under press photos. Editor’s Note: NYC & company is the official marketing and Tourism Organization of the city New York City. She is responsible for the development of tourism, the economic development of the five city districts and taking care of the positive image of the city around the world. NYC & company operates the NYC information center on the 7th Avenue (52 / 53 Street) and the official NYC website.