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5 nights New York Feb based on 2 people - Kixby hotel + LGW rtn flights + 23kg baggage each = £1208 (£604pp) @ British Airways

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Central 4* Winter New York break. Works out at £604 per person (based on 2 people) for a 5 night stay in New York based on Feb dates, staying in the well revieweed central Kixby hotel which is a 7 minute walk to Times Square, direct return flights from Gatwick to JFK and includes 23kg checked baggage each. ATOL protected.

Deal link goes to the holiday finder tool but some more details below. There is an option to pay £150 deposit rather than the full balance of the holiday.

4.5/5 Tripadvisor


What's included for two people

  • Luxury Queen room 5 nights - Kixby 4* hotel room
  • Direct return flights from London Gatwick to JFK
  • 23kg checked baggage per person
  • No resort fee (some of the bigger hotels have resort fees in NY)

February dates - 4* Kixby hotel + direct return flights from LGW + 23KG checked baggage = £604pp

  • 22nd to 27th Feb
  • 15th Feb to 20th Feb


Kixby Hotel

Kixby is a new, independent, boutique hotel in New York City, with its design blending vintage elements and local art. This New York City hotel features The Lookup Rooftop - a rooftop bar thats open during the summer months - with views over the Empire State Building.

Its convenient Midtown Manhattan location on a busy block, just off of Herald Square, provides access to the fashion centre of the city. The hotel sits just steps away from the shops of Fifth Avenue, where you can shop until you drop at names including Nike, Ralph Lauren and H&M. The famous sights including the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, the Theatre district and Macy’s are all a short walk away, too.

The contemporary guest rooms provide flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, friendly and personal guest service. Bathrooms feature Malin+Goetz bath amenities and all rooms have a Keurig Coffee Maker.The hotel is also home to the well know Craft Burger & Beer chain, Black Tap and the stylish cocktail lounge, Lot 15.

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    As others have said, it will be (literally) freezing cold, so factor that in when packing.
    Also the atrocious exchange rate will make everything more expensive than usual.
    If getting one of those attraction passes mentioned upthread, you should consider what places you realistically want to go to and their individual entry prices (shop around for deals/promos on the attractions, rather than accept the face value stated on the pass website) - it may be cheaper to pay for the places you actually want to visit, given how much/little time you have available. A 3 day unlimited pass sounds great, but unless you are going to be wizzing around at lightning speed spending an hour at each place (including places you might not have been interested in but are just going in order to try and get value from the pass), it may not be as useful as you might think. (edited)
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    Any deals from Glasgow? Wont let me change the departing airport
    yes if you look at the dates in the OP and then plug in and use flight and holiday general search Glasgow to new york, same hotel and flights is coming up at around £675pp e.g. 15th to 20th Feb

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    Did this same trip in Feb this year. Hotel was great, nice midtown location. Highly recommended. 
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    I'm going in a few weeks, just booked a new york pass this morning on their black friday sale, 3 days unlimited attractions for £165 as there was a further 5% off with newsletter code SIGNUP. Well worth it.
    You got a direct link to the pass as that’s a great deal
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    We went last Feb for 5 nights. Had an amazing time. We knew it was going to be cold and packed accordingly.
    But didn't realise how could the wind chill would be. It became kind of funny as to how cold the wind was.48879318-0dNyg.jpg48879318-upj9N.jpg
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    I stayed at this hotel when it was called Hotel Metro. Perfectly decent and really good location, much better than being right in Times Sq which I wouldn't recommend.
    Is it quite busy/rough around times sq?
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    Went 8 years ago around the same time and with wind chill factors it felt like -16. If you go, take a tonne of clothes to layer up.
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    Can't emphasise quite how cold NYC is in winter, the numbers don't do it justice. The wind off the Hudson channelled though the canyons of midtown just has to be felt to be believed. Like a laser, let alone a knife.
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    Be freezing cold. its an ok deal but plenty to choose from. Rather fly with Virgin.
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    My sisters on her way to the airport they fly out tomorrow I'm so jealous.
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    Booked a similar deal off here. Last year for January with BA, our trip got cancelled by BA and they didn't even let us know , no email or phone call , booking just vanished , I went to pay balance and it had gone , went through the merry go round of trying to speak to someone eventually I reckoned i wanted to book a trip and that's when I finally got to speak to someone to be told it'd been cancelled , I literally wouldn't go with BA if it was free , sadly not the business it used to be ,used to be senonimous with quality service .just my 2 cents worth as they say (edited)
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    Bargain at this price. I have been to NYC in all seasons and so long as you’re prepared it’s a fantastic place to visit at any time of year. Each season has something to offer

    Also, restaurant week is at the start of February so a massive savings on eating out (edited)
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    Very good deal, thanks OP
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    Any test covid required?
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    Good price for New York, especially as all Holidays seem to be getting than much pricier.Been three times now to New York,prefer down in Wall street area, quieter at night especially.If you don't mind using Subway I prefer the quieter location after a day of sightseeing.February can be snowy and will be bitter cold most days,went in January it was dry and cold.But hey,it's New York,wrap up well!! If flight was from Scotland would be considering this.Hotel looks good,not sure if Breakfast is included,again personal choice but we try and find one with.However if no tourist tax that is a big plus..
    Definitely, we stayed in the holiday inn not far from Wall st. So much more calmer. Nice walks to Battery park/ 911 etc. Easy trip on the red line to TS
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    This time in 2 weeks we'll be there, heading over for 5 nights on 10th Decemeber.

    Though have been in February before and it was v.cold, though we just missed snow.
    We went for 5 nights from 4th dec last year and it was sooo pleasantly mild! Chilly on the morning but had to remove my coat during the day! Enjoy ! I’m so jealous !
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    Made a very similar booking but for New Years instead (going from 29th Dec to 4th january) so it was slightly more expensive hahaha... Never been before but after reading the comments we will definitely be taking loads of layers!!
    …and cash £10 a beer is the true barometer!
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    They have a good deal for departure on 12th Dec for 5 nights at Yotel New York Times Square - £937.50PP. Would have booked if I hadn’t already booked & paid for 5 nights in January.
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    Did this exact deal in Feb this year, hotel is great - highly recommend. Location was perfect, close to subway and easy walk into Times Square along 5th. Was great flying with BA and the weather was cold but bearable - not much colder than we get here!
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    I went to New York 10 years plus ago in Feb and never been as cold in my life.
    Wind chill was like minus 20 🥶
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    Hmmm think you may have worked that one out wrong mate it’s awful, it’s worse for us brits
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    When you actually go to book it’a more expensive. Showing as £737 for me. Maybe I’m too late?
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    Stayed at this hotel in August. Nice rooms but that’s all there is, no lounge or anything so more like a B&B without the breakfast. Even the lady on reception said she wouldn’t recommend us booking breakfast. We found a really good deli round the corner for a cheap and decent variation of food.
    ooo what is the deli called? We are staying at this hotel in a couple of weeks and it's our first in NYC! Is there any other restaurants you recommend around the hotel?
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    Any solo deals or?
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    Just got beck last week ... absolutely freezing when wind picked up, otherwise pretty mild.

    Was Baltic on the night time ferry tour though ... spent most of it inside after taking as many snaps as I could

    Love it there though. Would go again soon but its bloody expensive now
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    I stayed at this hotel just at the revamp was starting. Was called Hotel Metro back then. Excellent hotel, great location. The breakfast was fantastic and free wine hour in the evenings a nice touch, hope they still do it!
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    Me and the missus were there at the end of May and got one of the hottest (if not hottest on record) days and unbroken sunshine for 3 days, loved it. We both said we would love to go back around Xmas time but Jan/Feb no I don't think so, we have friends there and they have always advised against it, changes so much for travel and the experience.
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    wish i could go but don't have anyone to go with
    Have you tried Tinder?
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    Still not dropped the Covid entry rule even though any vaccine would be well out of people's systems by now. Shame