New York City staycations for musicians, foodies, more

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Looking for a weekend getaway that doesn't have to break the bank? New York City is full of unique hotels that cater to just about every type of personality and interest. From musicians to foodies, these locations offer the perfect overnight staycation.

For the foodie

INFO: 124 E. 28th St., Manhattan; 800-315-4642, parksouthhotel.com
(Credit: Park South Hotel)

INFO: 124 E. 28th St., Manhattan; 800-315-4642, parksouthhotel.com

Visitors who consider themselves ultimate foodies should check out the The Park South Hotel. The hotel features four culinary outposts in one destination to satisfy a variety of palates for a food-centric getaway. Visitors can enjoy sushi at o ya, grab a drink at the library lounge or treat yourself to some delectable pizza at Covina for lunch.

For the prim and pampered

INFO: 1335 Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan; 212-586-7000,
(Credit: New York Hilton Midtown)

INFO: 1335 Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan; 212-586-7000, hilton.com

Guests can experience A-list treatments in the privacy of their own hotel room at New York Hilton Midtown, which has partnered with the on-demand fitness and wellness app PRIV. With PRIV, guests can seamlessly book haircuts, mani/pedis and Pilate and yoga classes with the push of a button. The hotel is also in walking distance to Rockefeller Plaza, Times Square and many more exciting landmarks.

For the culture seeker

INFO: 66 Park Ave., Manhattan; 212-885-7000, kitano.com Travel
(Credit: The Kitano New York)

INFO: 66 Park Ave., Manhattan; 212-885-7000, kitano.com

Travel to Japan without having to get on a plane at the city's only Japanese-owned hotel, The Kitano New York. The hotel prides itself on "blending traditional Asian hospitality and contemporary convenience." Each suite is designed with authentic décor and the hotel's restaurant Hakubai offers Kaiseki cuisine for visitors looking to experience all aspects of the culture. Guests can also enjoy the relaxing sounds of nightly Jazz performances at Kitano.

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For the hipster

INFO: 111 N. 12th St., Brooklyn; 718-631-8400, thewilliamvale.com
(Credit: The William Vale)

INFO: 111 N. 12th St., Brooklyn; 718-631-8400, thewilliamvale.com

For those looking to escape the crowds of New York City, Brooklyn is another hot spot for vacationers. The William Vale is a relaxing resort-like destination in Williamsburg offering a variety of great cuisine from Southern Italian fare to burgers and fries. For those who want to sit back and relax, guests can lounge by the pool or check out the rooftop bar, Westlight, offering craft cocktails and skyline views. The hotel is currently offering up to 50 percent off to residents of the tristate area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut).

For the artist

INFO: 171 Ludlow St., Manhattan; 212-237-1776, hotelindigolowereastside.com For
(Credit: Hotel Indigo)

INFO: 171 Ludlow St., Manhattan; 212-237-1776, hotelindigolowereastside.com

For those who love to emerge themselves in art, travel to the Lower East Side and stop at the Hotel Indigo. The property features 293 graffiti-covered rooms with 360 degree unobstructed views of NYC, a series of rotating sculptures and artwork throughout the hotel commissioned from influential artists like Lee Quinones and Mr. Brainwash. The hotel also has a rooftop pool and bar, Mr. Purple, which offers fresh cocktails and lite bites from Gerber Group.

For the thespian

INFO: 37 W. 24th St., Manhattan; 212-243-0800, hotelhenrinyc.com
(Credit: Hotel Henri )

INFO: 37 W. 24th St., Manhattan; 212-243-0800, hotelhenrinyc.com

Theater buffs will love the Hotel Henri specifically designed to emulate the backstage theater experience of Broadway. With a grand marquee canopy entrance and mirror lights in the bathroom, just like those in a dressing room, guests will feel like superstars.

For the Grecophile

INFO: 127 W. 28th St., Manhattan; 212-973-9000, hotelhaydennyc.com
(Credit: Hotel Hayden )

INFO: 127 W. 28th St., Manhattan; 212-973-9000, hotelhaydennyc.com

Hotel Hayden is a boutique hotel reminiscent of the Greek Isles. The hotel features an upscale traditional Greek restaurant, Mykonos Blue, where guests can sip on cocktails with Ouzo and Mastika. Guests will be mesmerized by the views of the One World Trade Center from the year-round rooftop on the 19th floor.

For the musical lover

INFO: 123 W. 44th St., Manhattan; 212-764-5700, stayaka.com
(Credit: Aka Wall Street)

INFO: 123 W. 44th St., Manhattan; 212-764-5700, stayaka.com

AKA Times Square is walking distance to some of the most iconic entertainment venues in New York City, from Rockefeller Center to Radio City Music Hall and more. AKA Times Square's Resident Services Team is also available 24/7 to help guests book tickets to popular Broadway musicals. Additionally, they offer an experimental amenity, the Live It! Program, which curates a variety of exclusive activities for visitors including singing lessons and improv classes.

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