Hotels near Washington Heights
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
- Saint Augustine
Right above the Upper West Side is Morningside Heights, a classic overachiever with Manhattan's highest concentration of colleges and seminaries. The Hungarian Pastry Shop and Oren's Daily Roast provide fuel for recitals at Manhattan School of Music, protests at Columbia University's Low Library, and browsing at Barnard College's collection of 'zines by women. For contemplative moments away from the roar of downtown, roam the grounds at Grant's Tomb and check out an organ concert at the unfinished Cathedral of St. John the Divine. North of 125th St., Washington Heights revives the senses with Dominican diners and unexpected artistic masterpieces. The Cloisters houses the Metropolitan Museum's medieval art collection in a 1930s landmark, built of stones scavenged from ancient European monasteries. Inside the historic Audubon Terrace complex, the Hispanic Society of America is lined with with Goyas, El Grecos, and Spanish decorative arts. For adventure, try rock climbing with Hudson River views at Fort Tryton Park, or explore the decommissioned Little Red Lighthouse hidden under the George Washington Bridge.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Washington Heights

Sylvan Heights Guest House
Sylvan Heights Guest House
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3.1
93 reviews
19 Sylvan Terrace, Njujork
from $159
Econo Lodge Fort Lee
Econo Lodge Fort Lee
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2.3
272 reviews
2143 Hudson Ter, Fort Lee
from $59
Lita's New York Apartments
Lita's New York Apartments
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4.2
25 reviews
417 West 145th Street, Njujork
from $161
Howard Johnson Inn Yankee Stadium
Howard Johnson Inn Yankee Stadium
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3.1
145 reviews
1300 Sedgwick Avenue, Bronx
from $148
Manhattan Deluxe
Manhattan Deluxe
64 Saint Nicholas Place, New York
from $299
Morris Guest House
Morris Guest House
1984 Morris Avenue, Bronx
from $70
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Right above the Upper West Side is Morningside Heights, a classic overachiever with Manhattan's highest concentration of colleges and seminaries. The Hungarian Pastry Shop and Oren's Daily Roast provide fuel for recitals at Manhattan School of Music, protests at Columbia University's Low Library, and browsing at Barnard College's collection of 'zines by women. For contemplative moments away from the roar of downtown, roam the grounds at Grant's Tomb and check out an organ concert at the unfinished Cathedral of St. John the Divine. North of 125th St., Washington Heights revives the senses with Dominican diners and unexpected artistic masterpieces. The Cloisters houses the Metropolitan Museum's medieval art collection in a 1930s landmark, built of stones scavenged from ancient European monasteries. Inside the historic Audubon Terrace complex, the Hispanic Society of America is lined with with Goyas, El Grecos, and Spanish decorative arts. For adventure, try rock climbing with Hudson River views at Fort Tryton Park, or explore the decommissioned Little Red Lighthouse hidden under the George Washington Bridge.

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