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5 nts New York Feb - 4* DoubleTree Hilton NY Downtown + LGW rtn flights (Jet Blue) + 20kg bags= £975 (£488pp) / £934 (£467pp) Prime @ Opodo

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End of Feb New York 5 night break. Works out at £475 per person (or £467 per person if opt for Prime trial) based on 2 people for a 5 night stay in New York based on Feb 21st to Feb 26th, staying in the 4* DoubleTree Hilton New York Downtown hotel, direct return return flights from Gatwick to JFK (Jet Blue) and includes 20kg checked baggage each. ATOL protected. There is no resort fee for DoublTree Hilton.

3.6/5 Google reviews

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What's included for two people

  • Room 5 nights King - DoubleTree by Hilton 4* hotel room
  • Direct return flights from London Gatwick to JFK (Jet Blue)
  • 20kg checked baggage per person
  • No resort fee (some of the bigger hotels have resort fees in NY)
  • Sample date of 21st Feb to 26th Feb

The DoubleTree New York Downtown rises high above the Stone Street Historic District in lower Manhattan. Just blocks from the NYSE, Battery Park, and the South Street Seaport, our modern, high-rise hotel in the heart of the Wall Street / Downtown Financial District offers spectacular views of downtown Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Ellis Island. Enjoy upscale DoubleTree comfort and a great lower Manhattan hotel location equally convenient to Newark Liberty International, JFK, and LaGuardia Airports. Warmly appointed, stylish guest rooms and suites feature state-of-the-art amenities, LCD TVs, complimentary WiFi, pampering bath amenities, and our luxurious Sweet Dreams bed


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    Just returned from here. Fabulous hotel in good
    Location.
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    Any tips to know when going over there?
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    Just noticed that unvaccinated are not allowed to enter that’s me out.
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    Keeping you quarantined until you see sense is probably for the best then
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    @Chanchi32 Plus TCB on this not mentioned but worth doing.. i got £60 back from Expedia on a hotel only booking so worth doing. This ones either 3.5% or .4.5% so potentially £30 to £40 back... (edited)
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    Pay with your CC with Opodo have had a terrible experience with them.
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    Had an ex who booked flights via Opodo via skyscanner. They took payment but sent no confirmation or information, and then refused to refund. Got conned basically
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    This hotel must have serious problems filling rooms. It is constantly on here in package deals.

    I don't rate a lot of the Hilton properties in Manhattan. I stayed in 5 different Hilton properties last March.

    The Hilton Garden Inn was the best. Plus breakfast credit that you can't rollover instead of free breakfast for Hilton Diamond members is a serious drop in benefits.
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    Wow that really is an excellent price but buyer beware, NYC in the winter can be absolutely brutal.

    They've had a bad one this year and I was there in Feb 2016 and have never been so cold in my life. I mean really bone chilling. I remember the wind chill being unbearable on the evening of Saturday 13th Feb and Valentine's day morning being -18 C!!!
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    We landed on 27th December and was -9. The next day was 12, then got to 18 degrees and unusually warm. The day we left got to -5
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    it'll be freezing there in feb. speaking from experience.
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    Is that not the point adds to the experience.
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    £117 for brekkie?!

    Is Paris flying down to personally cook the eggs?
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    If that's for two people x5 nights that's actually very cheap.
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    Stayed in that hotel in the summer and it was great. Not really any facilities as such but the room was a decent size and only a short walk from the Staten Island ferry and a number of Subway stops
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    Not suitable unless fully vaccinated
    God knows why
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    This is the reason I’m not going, would loved to have gone this yr
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    that is a cracking price
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    Great deal
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    Surely it's a good idea to save extra on not taking a bag if you're only going for 5 days?
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    Take an empty bag. Clothes are much cheaper over there, it's like an investment !!
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    Alright deal, but personally I'd wait for the spring and pay a bit more as the weather can be brutally cold and limits the trip.
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    Is there a way of adding Premium seats (looking at the BA flights)? (edited)
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    I dont see that price avaiable.
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    Noooo booked to Malta for my birthday on 21st too. Would have def paid double for NY. Been twice & loved it.
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    Nice deal if people can get the sub £1,000 deal otherwise it's would rather wait until the weather is a bit warmer over there
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    This is cheaper than during the Pandemic. Great find
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    I tried looking from a different airport. Prices go flying up. Not sure how its this cheap...
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    It’s the flights they are only £266 from Gatwick on air blue plus it includes a bag
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    BEWARE hidden charges by US hotels. It doesn't have to be called a resort fee or a city tax or a state tax etc. A large commonly listed hotel near Central Park calls it a 'Facilities Fee' and its $38 (yes 38) per night per room. They are getting clever at hiding the extras. In Santa Barbara, its was $30 per night parking. Both plus Tax.

    When you swipe the card at reception at check in, demand to know EXACTLY HOW MUCH is being charged. They wont tell you unless you ask and I would take a fair wager that many won't tell you the truth in any case. The critical fact is that because its a Chip & Pin transaction (you standing there, not over the phone), they will claim you knew what you were doing. The credit merchant can use this to kill your objection.

    We got our money back in NYC after a Credit Card fraud report. In Santa Barbara, the receptionist fessed up when checking in. Not everyone will be so lucky.

    All in all, the USA has rather lost its appeal between this and min 20% tip on everything + 8-10% tax on most things

    travelforaliving.co.uk/tip…ee/ (edited)
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    So is that a tax they’re wrongly charging tourists or a genuine tourist tax fee ?
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    Stopping here in October for first time, sounds and looks a decent hotel. Cracking deal, been February a couple times, yea it’s cold, but there was also a couple of days t shirt weather! Enjoy!!
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    Went in November. Was freezing when it was windy but when it wasnt it was quite mild


    Great deal. If people can afford it. Definitely recommend it
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    don't forget to tip.

    Ungodly practice but its a culture thing.
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    Its not just a culture thing, the staff in restaurants are paid absolute peanuts (well below what we consider a minimum wage) and the tips are to make up for that. its an institutional and managerial issue rather than a culture issue.
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