5* luxury long weekend in New York from £437pp - 3 night stay (Statue of Liberty views) & flights for 2 adults (£874 Total) @ HolidayPirates
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5* luxury long weekend in New York from £437pp - 3 night stay (Statue of Liberty views) & flights for 2 adults (£874 Total) @ HolidayPirates

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Posted 31st Oct
Ahoy, New York is definitely the one place that you would never get tired of visiting, take a look at these great rates we have come across sating in a 5* hotel with stunning views of the Statue of Liberty.

We think this New York holiday is an awesome deal as it is the cheapest we've seen for a 5* getaway in New York and we've seen the exact same deal over £100* each more with other booking vendors.

The dates fall over long weekends so you might not even need to take many days off work. There are also good prices if you wish to stay longer and why not. You can even book this lush New York holiday today with a deposit of £59 each!

Holiday details

  • Travel duration: 3 nights (longer stays possible)
  • Flight & hotel package with Loveholidays
  • Example date: 24/01 - 27/01
  • Departure airports: London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow
  • 5* The Wagner at The Battery
  • 4.5/5 TripAdvisor & Certificate of Excellence
  • Board basis – room only
  • Deluxe Double Room - King Bed with City View
  • Upgrade to Statue of Liberty View Room
  • Location: Downtown Manhattan, New York
  • Hand luggage - 1 x 10kg each with Norwegian
  • ATOL Protection
  • Based on 2 sharing
  • Not your dates/travel party size? Adjust search according to preference
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  • Check-in luggage
  • Transfers - jump in a cab outside the airport (fixed fee)
  • Check out our car hire tool to get your own set of wheels during your stay
About your stay

You will be staying in the 5*The Wagner at The Battery which is located in downtown Manhattan with stunning views of Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and New York harbour.

The hotel offers east access to transport to get around the city, a bar, a restaurant and room service can be arranged if you wish to eat while chilling out in your room.

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gifted2002uk31/10/2019 21:42

Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time …Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time visitors to NY ...but 40 dollar a night facility fee is a lot lol What do you recommend...I really want to go to NY


I'd worry less about the resort/facility fee's and ensure you get a good flight times, that allow you to maximise your visit in terms of the value. I usually look at this in how many £'s spent vs. how many normal waking hours I'd get at the location. You want to look for a flight that leaves the UK no later than 11:00, which will arrive no later than 14:00 local time (NY), that gives you half a day to get your bearings, drop your bags off and book in to your hotel etc. The you want a late night return flight, I normally take the 20:00-22:00 options which will land into the UK after 06:00 the following calendar day due to losing 5 hours.

If you do that with a 3 night stay will get you approximately 7 + 13 + 13 + 9 hours, if you do something like 08:00 - 21:00 each day, and a little later on the first day, if you can manage it since you'll be at 02:00 GMT by 21:00 local time, and head to the airport at 18:00 on the return.. If you used the same cost as above plus the fees, each useful hour costs ~£23.00 or £11.50 per person, with the resort fee included. If you base it on the flights being offered you'll get a cost of £37.22 per hour or £18.61 per person, since the 24th and 27th are both written off leaving only 13 + 13 hours of useful time. Basically bad flights makes the holiday cost over 60% more per hour of useful time.
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 31st Oct
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Terrible flight times, this three night stay is really just two days once you add in time to clear immigration and get to/from the hotel.
KingBruss31/10/2019 17:35

Terrible flight times, this three night stay is really just two days once …Terrible flight times, this three night stay is really just two days once you add in time to clear immigration and get to/from the hotel.


I agree - first night is get to hotel and straight to bed!!!
Early flight out on return means you’ll have to be at the airport by 8am - rush hour will mean a 6.30am start from hotel.
$40 a night 'facility fee' charged on top too. A not so nice unexpected gift when you're checking out too. No thanks
Northerndave31/10/2019 20:35

$40 a night 'facility fee' charged on top too. A not so nice unexpected …$40 a night 'facility fee' charged on top too. A not so nice unexpected gift when you're checking out too. No thanks


Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time visitors to NY ...but 40 dollar a night facility fee is a lot lol What do you recommend...I really want to go to NY
gifted2002uk31/10/2019 21:42

Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time …Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time visitors to NY ...but 40 dollar a night facility fee is a lot lol What do you recommend...I really want to go to NY


Apologies I was wrong, it has now increased to $45.90 per room, per night.

It's nearly a decade since I was last in New York, so my recommendations would be out of date by now. Tripadvisor is your best bet.
gifted2002uk31/10/2019 21:42

Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time …Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time visitors to NY ...but 40 dollar a night facility fee is a lot lol What do you recommend...I really want to go to NY


stay upper west side near to the 1/2 line it's really good value and very neighbourhood-y. Norwegian as an airline are fine
gifted2002uk31/10/2019 21:42

Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time …Really? I was going to booked for me and my daughter ...first time visitors to NY ...but 40 dollar a night facility fee is a lot lol What do you recommend...I really want to go to NY


I'd worry less about the resort/facility fee's and ensure you get a good flight times, that allow you to maximise your visit in terms of the value. I usually look at this in how many £'s spent vs. how many normal waking hours I'd get at the location. You want to look for a flight that leaves the UK no later than 11:00, which will arrive no later than 14:00 local time (NY), that gives you half a day to get your bearings, drop your bags off and book in to your hotel etc. The you want a late night return flight, I normally take the 20:00-22:00 options which will land into the UK after 06:00 the following calendar day due to losing 5 hours.

If you do that with a 3 night stay will get you approximately 7 + 13 + 13 + 9 hours, if you do something like 08:00 - 21:00 each day, and a little later on the first day, if you can manage it since you'll be at 02:00 GMT by 21:00 local time, and head to the airport at 18:00 on the return.. If you used the same cost as above plus the fees, each useful hour costs ~£23.00 or £11.50 per person, with the resort fee included. If you base it on the flights being offered you'll get a cost of £37.22 per hour or £18.61 per person, since the 24th and 27th are both written off leaving only 13 + 13 hours of useful time. Basically bad flights makes the holiday cost over 60% more per hour of useful time.
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 31st Oct
Uncommon.Sense31/10/2019 22:15

I'd worry less about the resort/facility fee's and ensure you get a good …I'd worry less about the resort/facility fee's and ensure you get a good flight times, that allow you to maximise your visit in terms of the value. I usually look at this in how many £'s spent vs. how many normal waking hours I'd get at the location. You want to look for a flight that leaves the UK no later than 11:00, which will arrive no later than 14:00 local time (NY), that gives you half a day to get your bearings, drop your bags off and book in to your hotel etc. The you want a late night return flight, I normally take the 20:00-22:00 options which will land into the UK after 06:00 the following calendar day due to losing 5 hours.If you do that with a 3 night stay will get you approximately 7 + 13 + 13 + 9 hours, if you do something like 08:00 - 21:00 each day, and a little later on the first day, if you can manage it since you'll be at 02:00 GMT by 21:00 local time, and head to the airport at 18:00 on the return.. If you used the same cost as above plus the fees, each useful hour costs ~£23.00 or £11.50 per person, with the resort fee included. If you base it on the flights being offered you'll get a cost of £37.22 per hour or £18.61 per person, since the 24th and 27th are both written off leaving only 13 + 13 hours of useful time. Basically bad flights makes the holiday cost over 60% more per hour of useful time.


Great analysis my friend.
Board only.
Imagine the food costs in a 5 star ?
GunnerGraham02/11/2019 12:30

Board only.Imagine the food costs in a 5 star ?


You're out all day & night, you'd probably never eat there, there's something to suit everyone's budget in New York
Northerndave31/10/2019 20:35

$40 a night 'facility fee' charged on top too. A not so nice unexpected …$40 a night 'facility fee' charged on top too. A not so nice unexpected gift when you're checking out too. No thanks


Where are you seeing this?
Got back from NY on weds (flew last friday) what a fantastic place to visit. We stopped pretty central at the roosevelt hotel, 10 mins walk from times square/ empire state Rockefeller centre. Paid around £1500 for this with a company called travelbag inc transfers. Cabs usually charge $95 each way. Thought that price was good and although this is, you will no way see all the sights in that amount of time. Facility's tax was a bummer, but hey it is what it is. Heat added
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