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Disabled Holidays in New York

New York is a fantastic city to visit and explore. Instantly familiar, spying the iconic yellow cabs or witnessing the steam emerging from the manholes on the pavements, sorry, sidewalks, is a wonderfully immersive experience. The skyline is also one of the most famous in the world; no visit to New York is complete without seeing it from the Brooklyn Bridge. Take a ferry boat trip across to the Statue of Liberty or visit Times Square, there’s just so much to see and do! For the best disabled holiday in New York, New York, book with us, book with us!

New York, like many other world class cities, has a reputation for being expensive if you’re a visitor. This isn’t necessarily the case however; there are plenty of things to get your teeth into in The Big Apple without experiencing your own credit crunch! It’s well worth spending some time in Washington Square Park, for example, not least because it won’t be too long before you’ll be propositioned into playing a game of chess by some of the friendly gents there. They’ll sit you down at a concrete table, tell you their life story, scratch their heads and make you think you’re going to win the game, before checkmating you and keeping your dollar. Actually, if you really are on a budget then maybe that’s not such a good suggestion after all!

Elsewhere, there’s the 843 acre Central Park, modelled on Birkenhead Park in the Wirral, it opened to the public in 1858 and features 58 miles of walkways, 9000 benches and is home to 20,303 trees, 48 species of ant and 275 species of birds - making it one of America’s top birding sites. Then there’s also the famous shops of course, Macy’s and Bloomingdales, the Museum of Modern Art and Greenwich Village for culture and the Empire State Building and Broadway for sightseeing. The grid system of streets and avenues, plus the 24 hour subway, make New York an extremely accessible city in which to get round. There’s also hundreds of hotels to choose from in addition to a great range of other types of accommodation too. Book a disabled friendly New York holiday with and let’s make your dream trip a reality!

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  • Homewood Suites Rochester-Henrietta in Rochester

    Accessible Apartment

    • Self Catering
    • Apartments
    • 3 Stars

    Property Location With a stay at Homewood Suites Rochester Henrietta in Rochester, you'll be convenient to Fair and Expo Center and Marketplace Mall. This hotel is within the vicinity of Strong Memorial Hospital and University of Rochester.

    Wheelchair access