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Accomodation in New York

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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
Hi,

I am going to NYC for the 1st time with the wife. We are there for 4 nights, from the 25th October.

Looking for somewhere within walking distance of all the tourist attractions, with a budget of around 400/500 pound.

Anyone recommend anywhere? Thanks in advance :-D
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Have you booked flights already? Expedia do some fab deals if you book flights and hotel at same time. We saved over £900 for 4 people by booking together last Christmas.
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madtrekker
Have you booked flights already? Expedia do some fab deals if you book flights and hotel at same time. We saved over £900 for 4 people by booking together last Christmas.



Already booked flights im afraid! :(
#3
I'd recommend staying somewhere in mid-town Manhattan - walking distance for most of the key attractions, with the Empire State on the doorstep.

They both bust your budget, but I've stayed cheaply at the Ramada Plaza New Yorker (£578 through expedia) and Thirty Thirty (£636 at lastminute). New York is very expensive for accomodation, and the rooms are much smaller than you would find elsewhere in the USA, but you won't spend much time in your room in any case! Personally, I wouldn't want to go much cheaper.

The New Yorker is a huge hotel with a big conference trade, about 5 mins from the Empire State - but it's more than a little tired.

Thirty-thirty was probably my favourite of the two, but the rooms are small (and very grey!) - and in the first room I had the TV was positioned so that if it fell off the wall it would land straight on the bed!

Prices seem to vary widely between the usuals - laterooms, hotels.com, expedia, lastminute, etc. [url]www.tripadvisor.com[/url] is my bible when booking hotels - excellent 'real' reviews and feedback which has always (so far) proven accurate!

Have a great time, it's my favourite city in the world!
#4
[SIZE=2]Is staying within walking distance of everywhere desparately important? For a start, the city is huge and walking distance of say Times Square and Empire State probably won't be walking distance of Statue of Liberty and Central Park etc. (unless you're bringing your walking boots!) I've stayed several times at Embassy Suites hotel (Hilton group) which is based in lower Manhattan so is much cheaper (and bigger) than midtown hotels.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]The rooms are huge (separate bedroom and living area) and you get a MASSIVE free breakfast included each day, plus 2 free drinks and nibbles each evening.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]I personally LOVE the location (and I've stayed in Midtown before). It's a 5 minute walk to the subway which will get you to Times Square etc. in about 10-15 mins. It's right by the river and you can walk to Battery Park (to catch boats to Statue of Liberty etc.) in about 15 mins.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]When I've stayed in Midtown, I've always found it a bit tiring (I'm in my 20s!). It's so busy and noisy. Lower Manhattan is like a breath of fresh air at the end of a busy day sight-seeing. And it's so worth it to stay in a nice, plush, airy large hotel instead of the usual midtown cell-like tatty rooms![/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]Prices are around £120/night. Available from all the usual hotel websites (Expedia etc.) so you should be able to get a deal if you shop around.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]www.embassysuites.com[/SIZE]
#5
I went to NYC about 5 years ago and stayed just off Times Square in a hotel called Hampshire Hotel & Suites booked through Trailfinders.

Lcoation was great, hotel was fine - big rooms, big beds, big TV! Great price too and at the time we went thery were refurbishing as well.

With the Tube / Taxis / Buses, you can stay anywhere really, and the comments above are true, Mid town is always go go go!

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