Soho is a neighbourhood known for its beautiful cobblestone streets, the cast-iron architecture you can spot from far away, and boutique shops and cafes.
Greenwich Village is known for its restaurants; It’s also home to the city’s most popular Comedy and Jazz bars and the famous Washington Square Park.
NoHo is set in an ideal Manhattan Island location, and you are in the centre. Not large by any means, but when it comes to being central, NoHo is a great option.
The East Village centers around Tompkins Square Park; the neighbourhood has a lot of bars and restaurants. The area is calm in the day, but lively at night.
Famous for its Tenement-style buildings, the LES is full of history. The area attracts a younger crowd, its home to great bars, restaurants and ChinaTown
You cannot get more centrally located than staying in Midtown, NYC. Midtown is home to most of the top tourist spots, including the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Building, Times Square, Bryant Park, Harold Square, and more
5th Avenue street runs along Central Park and the Upper East Side, so if you’re staying in the neighbourhood, you’ve got the most accessible access to Central Park
The neighborhood is also home to the 911 Memorial and NYC Stock Exchange/Charging Bull Statue, and the Brooklyn Bridge is close.