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Though most people think of New York City when they imagine New York vacation rentals, New York also has a beautiful countryside and several picturesque lakes, making it a very well-rounded destination. Lake George, in particular, consistently stuns visitors with its breathtaking views and many activities, including fishing charters and water sports. But, of course, no trip to New York is complete without a visit to New York City. Each of its boroughs has a unique flavor to experience, while the city's vibe has inspired countless works of film and literature. Essential sights like the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building and amazing museums like the MET and Guggenheim ensure that much of your time will be spent sight-seeing, though the city's world-famous restaurants and cafes ensure that you'll be spending just as much time off your feet as well.
A trip to New York can be amazing, to be sure, but it can also be expensive, which is why most travelers look to save wherever they can. Whether travelling on a small or low budget, there is no doubt that you can save money opting for a New York vacation rental. If you're staying in the city, then hotels can be outrageously expensive, especially on Manhattan. Finding rentals in the heart of the city for the price you'd pay for an off-island hotel, though, is commonplace. If you do choose to go off-island, you'll be granted much more space than a hotel room offers, and likely at a better price. Outside the city, larger cabin and villa rentals are usually available at a price similar to what is charged at most resorts and offer more privacy and all the comforts of home.
The best way to find which of the many New York vacation rentals available is right for you is to shop around. New York City rentals tend to be offered by property management companies, so look for one with a good reputation. Of course, rentals can also be offered by owner, which is especially more likely off-island and especially towards the water. Prices are seasonal, however, and may increase due to local events (especially in New York City), so it's best to inquire early about any foreseeable travel dates.