December 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
27,000 travelers from around the world vote
New York as best city for nightlife
Suffering insomnia or just fancy a big night out:
New York City is the city to visit for matchless nightlife, according to a recent survey by the hotels expert
Hotels.com®. The survey, which questioned 27,000 travelers from around the world, shows that the Big Apple is the world's best city when it comes to night time entertainment. Gamblers' paradise
Las Vegas is the globetrotters' second favorite choice while
London comes in at number three.
The survey also reveals that, although the gold and silver medals go to the U.S., six out of the Top Ten cities are in
. As well as
all make it into the world's favorite list while
, as the only Asian city, complete the Top Ten.
always provides an incredible travel adventure especially at this time of year with holiday decorations and
Taylor L. Cole
, director of public relations and social media,
at Hotels.com. "Not only is
non-stop fun, but it also offers a peek at European culture with all of its diverse hotels and clubs for those that want to stay closer to home."
Wondering where to go when you venture to one of these top ranked cities?
ranks nightlife hotspots by your interests. According to the
you can have a great time right at your hotel in
New York City
by staying at the
Hotel le Bristol
Sunset Tower Hotel
The world's Top Ten for a big night out
1 New York
2 Las Vegas
9 Los Angeles
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