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Hi Im looking for a nice cheapish hotel for my visit to NYC in april, any tips on a decent hotel thats not stupidly priced thanks Read More
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
Hi
Im looking for a nice cheapish hotel for my visit to NYC in april, any tips on a decent hotel thats not stupidly priced
thanks
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Have you tried priceline.com? There are a few posts on here about it, never used it myself but seems to be pretty good
#2
ive looked everywhere and my keyboard is worn out, everytime i find something i read tons of horrible things about it, im not ultra picky just a nice clean bed with clean towels and private facilities is all i requires- hubby suprise 30th pressie
#3
wel lve stayed 1 star in hotel 31 :) hostelbookers.com ;0

cleaned daily, room was average but we weren't in NYC for the hotel :) one double, one single private en suite room. think it was 35ish a night.
#4
REXISMYDOG
ive looked everywhere and my keyboard is worn out, everytime i find something i read tons of horrible things about it, im not ultra picky just a nice clean bed with clean towels and private facilities is all i requires- hubby suprise 30th pressie


Not everything that is written on the review sites is correct. Last year I looked at a couple, some of the reviews for hotels I had stayed in were way off the mark, the people who had written them obviously stayed in a different hotel from the one I had been in. I work in the travel industry and can be quite fussy about which hotels I stay in but I have now given up on these review sites.

Do you have a budget in mind for the hotel?
#5
[url]www.thepodhotel.com[/url]

clean,good value

go through hotels.com for cheaper prices
#6
engadine
Not everything that is written on the review sites is correct. Last year I looked at a couple, some of the reviews for hotels I had stayed in were way off the mark, the people who had written them obviously stayed in a different hotel from the one I had been in. I work in the travel industry and can be quite fussy about which hotels I stay in but I have now given up on these review sites.

Do you have a budget in mind for the hotel?


im really looking to pay £500 max for 5 nights inc taxes id thought id get a decent central room for £100 per night :?:?:?
#7
Decent hotels in New York do tend to be a bit more expensive than that I'm afraid. For that amount you will get a 2 star and reasonable 3 star hotels. I've had a quick look at a couple of sites and haven't come up with anything decent for around the £500 mark

Take a look at the posts on here regarding priceline.com, some people have managed to get hotels in the States for great prices
#8
engadine
Decent hotels in New York do tend to be a bit more expensive than that I'm afraid. For that amount you will get a 2 star and reasonable 3 star hotels. I've had a quick look at a couple of sites and haven't come up with anything decent for around the £500 mark

Take a look at the posts on here regarding priceline.com, some people have managed to get hotels in the States for great prices


hi
thanks for your help priceline is my next option, im just worried il end up with rubbish - always a worrier !!!!!!!:whistling::whistling:
#9
Im going to NY in april aswell. Whats the date your going on? Maybe ill see you around.
#10
REXISMYDOG
hi
thanks for your help priceline is my next option, im just worried il end up with rubbish - always a worrier !!!!!!!:whistling::whistling:


You are welcome, happy to help when I can.

There are people on here who have had really nice hotels for great prices from priceline, no harm in checking it out. There is a good post that give you loads of information about how to use it etc
banned#11
Try using [url]www.hotwire.com[/url] if you're a bit worried about booking with priceline.
priceline is a little bit cheaper normally than hotwire - which is cheaper than hotels.com. As with priceline you don't know the name of the hotel until you pay BUT you can see all the amenities it has to offer.
HOWEVER by using http://www.betterbidding.com/ you might even be able to narrow it down to just ONE hotel.
Loads of tips & tricks to get a really good deal.

We always use Priceline or Hotwire & have always had wonderful deals, often ending up in 4 or 5* when we've asked for 3*.. Never had a bad hotel yet - & we've used quite a bit. It'll happen one day i'm sure but for the massive savings we've made I won't be complaining too much.

Just booked a hotel near New Orleans airport for bids of just $36 on priceline - can't book same hotel for under $89. We've stayed there a few times now & are more than happy with location & hotel. It's just a 3* but rooms are enormous & it's pretty luxurious - far better than many of our 4*. That goes for many 3* in the US.

Friends of ours from US came over here having paid extra for 4-5* hotels - they were appalled & so were we at the cupboards they were put into + the service was appalling here. At one 5* hotel in London the box they were put into had the heating on full blast & window couldn't be opened, they were told to leave if they didn't like it - at 11pm! They eventually got moved but when we called at the hotel for them the next day we were told they'd left. After 30mins & much persistance from us (they were on a tour so wouldn't have left) they eventually found them. Thank goodness we took the cheaper option & stayed in a Travelodge - rooms 4 times the size and less than a quarter the price!
#12
deathtrap3000
Im going to NY in april aswell. Whats the date your going on? Maybe ill see you around.


im going 24-29 from manchester - jfk
#13
ive emailed priceline and coz ive not got a credit only debit card i cant do the name a price deal !!!!!
#14
i'm there 16th-21st of april. looking to pay about £100 a night, was a bit cheaper last time i went. i've a few hotels on the shortlist but not decided or booked yet. there's a holiday the weekend i'm there which may have increased prices a bit.
#15
Try Hotelopia With The Discount Code On The Voucher Page, You Can Get 15% Off Im Looking At A Central Manhatten Hotel For 5 Nights Ro For £420 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#16
i'll take a look see with hotelopia, thanks!
#17
stay away from hotel carter - its awful, but new york amazing - i stayed on times square, hotel carter - avoid the hotel but go to times square!!!

I want to go back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#18
try http://www.tripadvisor.com/ they have really good reviews and you can sort by price
#19
embassey suite its a 4 star hilton cheap and includes an amazing breakfast and evening coctails book through last min for quidco

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