Hotels near South Bronx
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
The Bronx seems gruff at first, but only tourists buy that act. This northern borough is the destination of choice for New Yorkers under 12, lured by the gorillas, polar bears, and tigers at the Bronx Zoo. Whether you're rooting for the home team or giving them the old Bronx cheer, the crowd goes wild for games at the Bronx's Yankee Stadium. For a gourmet authenticity trip, skip Little Italy and head to the Italian delis along Bronx's Arthur Avenue. To answer the obvious question: yes, scenes from The Sopranos were shot here. If Manhattan's concrete jungle leaves you claustrophobic, find breathing room among the greenery at Bronx's New York Botanical Garden. Don't miss the Botanical Garden's annual holiday train show, featuring model trains chugging past New York landmarks made entirely of plants. The Bronx hasn't been Brooklynized, and remains an economically and ethnically mixed family neighborhood. New row houses, old high-rise housing projects, and chain stores in art deco buildings are all part of the Bronx scenery.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near South Bronx

Opera House Hotel
Opera House Hotel
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4.4
1740 reviews
436 East 149th Street, Bronx
from $169
Days Inn Yankee Stadium
Days Inn Yankee Stadium
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3.7
367 reviews
997 Brook Ave, Bronx
from $124
Howard Johnson Express Inn Bronx
Howard Johnson Express Inn Bronx
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3.2
336 reviews
1922 Boston Rd, Bronx
from $94
Howard Johnson Inn Yankee Stadium
Howard Johnson Inn Yankee Stadium
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3.1
145 reviews
1300 Sedgwick Avenue, Bronx
from $148
Sheridan Hotel
Sheridan Hotel
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2.4
815 reviews
1440 Sheridan Expy New York City Ny Us 10459, Bronx
from $145
Super 8 Bronx
Super 8 Bronx
1145 Southern Blvd, Bronx
from $109
Morris Guest House
Morris Guest House
1984 Morris Avenue, Bronx
from $70
More About Hotels near South Bronx...

The Bronx seems gruff at first, but only tourists buy that act. This northern borough is the destination of choice for New Yorkers under 12, lured by the gorillas, polar bears, and tigers at the Bronx Zoo. Whether you're rooting for the home team or giving them the old Bronx cheer, the crowd goes wild for games at the Bronx's Yankee Stadium. For a gourmet authenticity trip, skip Little Italy and head to the Italian delis along Bronx's Arthur Avenue. To answer the obvious question: yes, scenes from The Sopranos were shot here. If Manhattan's concrete jungle leaves you claustrophobic, find breathing room among the greenery at Bronx's New York Botanical Garden. Don't miss the Botanical Garden's annual holiday train show, featuring model trains chugging past New York landmarks made entirely of plants. The Bronx hasn't been Brooklynized, and remains an economically and ethnically mixed family neighborhood. New row houses, old high-rise housing projects, and chain stores in art deco buildings are all part of the Bronx scenery.

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