About: Upper West Side
The Upper West Side is well situated for vacation rentals. The area is defined by the following streets: 110th Street to the north, 59th Street to the south, Central Park West to the East and the Hudson River to the west. The neighborhood is a cultural mecca of the city including some of the top museums and cultural attractions. People looking for an accommodation near top venues and museums should consider the Upper West Side.
Lincoln Center, in the Upper West Side includes some of Manhattans top music venues including the Metropolitan Opera House, Avery Fischer Hall where the New York Philharmonic rehearses, and the New York State Theater home of the New York City Ballet and the New York City Opera.
At Columbus Circle, in the southern corner of the Upper West Side there are shops, dining and more music. Columbus Circle leads directly into Central Park, which give the Upper West Side a distinct advantage when deciding on where to rent a vacation rental apartment.
The Upper West Side features museums including: The American Museum of Natural History which includes the Rose Center for Earth and Space, the Children's Museum of Manhattan, the New York Historical Society and the Museum of American Folk Art.
Vacation rentals can be found in all shapes and sizes in the Upper West Side. Properties with unique Central Park or Hudson River views are in great demand. Furthermore, with express subway service to midtown Manhattan the neighborhood is on the doorstep of midtown attractions too.
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