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6 Night Stay at the Holiday Inn Manhattan View Hotel (Incl' Return BA flights from LHR with checked luggage) £436p/p (£872 total) @ BA
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6 Night Stay at the Holiday Inn Manhattan View Hotel (Incl' Return BA flights from LHR with checked luggage) £436p/p (£872 total) @ BA

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Posted 19th Jan

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Thought this was a well priced trip to New York given that you are staying at the well reviewed Holiday Inn Manhattan View Hotel (4/5 on Trip Advisor) and checked luggage is also included in the cost. The flights are direct in both directions and depart from London Heathrow. The hotel is located around 1 1/2 miles from central park and is around 200m for the closest metro station. Various February departures are available at this price, please refer to the image below for the available dates.

To book, and select one of the dates shown in the image below, click on this link and then under "Change Filters" on the left hand side of the page follow these steps:

1) Under "Choose a month" select February
2) Under "For how many nights" select 6
3) Under "Where from?" if London has not already been selected / autofilled select London (All Airports)
4) Under "Where to" select "North America"
5) Leave all the other options as they are, there is no need to change these

Then from the results shown, select the "Holiday Inn L.I. City-Manhattan View " which will bring up the date calendar / matrix

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Hotel Info:
Holiday Inn L.I. City-Manhattan View sets the bar high for Manhattan area hotels. With views of the sensational and breathtaking New York City skyline just across the East River, our hotel provides an exceptional backdrop for both business and pleasure. At our affordable Queens hotel, just minutes from Manhattan, New York Citys legendary landmarks have never seemed so accessible! Explore iconic attractions such as the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, Museum of the Moving Image, Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Broadway, Metropolitan Museum, Macy’s Herald Square and Madison Square Garden. Holiday Inn L.I. City-Manhattan View is a neighbor to many Fortune 500 companies, offering easy access to Citibank, MetLife, the United Nations, JetBlue and Mount Sinai Medical Center. Our hotel is conveniently located within a short drive of the major New York airports: LaGuardia, JFK and Newark.
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Hotel is not in Manhatten, no point of going if you are wanting the New York Experience.

Like going to visit London and staying in Watford.
This hotel is in Long Island!!! You have to take the Long Island Rail Road into Penn Station ..

Not a first or second choice of hotel in terms of location!!
theboylogan19/01/2020 14:52

Ok deal, but plenty of other options too for similar price - thanks.


Can you point me in this direction plz
HAHAHAHAHA
That's like visiting London and staying in Enfield!
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Ok deal, but plenty of other options too for similar price - thanks.
theboylogan19/01/2020 14:52

Ok deal, but plenty of other options too for similar price - thanks.


Can you point me in this direction plz
This hotel is in Long Island!!! You have to take the Long Island Rail Road into Penn Station ..

Not a first or second choice of hotel in terms of location!!
drdanielmacdonald19/01/2020 16:41

This hotel is in Long Island!!! You have to take the Long Island Rail Road …This hotel is in Long Island!!! You have to take the Long Island Rail Road into Penn Station ..Not a first or second choice of hotel in terms of location!!


Lol, yes - 'Manhattan view" could be a bit misleading if you don't read the specs
Hotel is not in Manhatten, no point of going if you are wanting the New York Experience.

Like going to visit London and staying in Watford.
Stay in time square
HAHAHAHAHA
That's like visiting London and staying in Enfield!
simohud19/01/2020 19:07

Stay in time square


If you can a decent hotel for the same price in Times Square then ok... but I don’t think it can be done.
I normally avoid Times Square to be honest...
SoCal19/01/2020 20:36

If you can a decent hotel for the same price in Times Square then ok... …If you can a decent hotel for the same price in Times Square then ok... but I don’t think it can be done.I normally avoid Times Square to be honest...


Completely agree. I much preferred staying in Long Island to Times Square when I went.
Only a few mins across the bridge to Manhattan by shuttle bus/taxi, incredible views from the other side of the river and an escape from the hustle and bustle at the end of the day.
Edited by: "paulcdf" 19th Jan
If anyone can find a hotel in Manhattan for this price I would be very surprised: excellent deal imo
Honestly i dont see the big deal with NY. I been many countries and cities and this was prob one of the worst. Over priced with disgusting transport system and people all trying to make £££ off u on the streets

I'd rather spend this type of money and travel to Asia or similar where u can enjoy an experience like no other.

If you been central London just know its better that NY. No matter how much hype times sq gets once u r there u realise ud have more fun at Trafalgar sq
x80ssm20/01/2020 02:57

Honestly i dont see the big deal with NY. I been many countries and cities …Honestly i dont see the big deal with NY. I been many countries and cities and this was prob one of the worst. Over priced with disgusting transport system and people all trying to make £££ off u on the streetsI'd rather spend this type of money and travel to Asia or similar where u can enjoy an experience like no other.If you been central London just know its better that NY. No matter how much hype times sq gets once u r there u realise ud have more fun at Trafalgar sq


So true. Went there in sept. There subway system is so dirty and my new trainers nearly got stuck on the floor. There is that much grease. No one gives us seats for the elderly there. Walking around the streets you from Staten Island to times sq you get pushed shoved and trampled on. No one says sorry. Hustlers everywhere. The only thing I enjoyed in New York is the Nintendo store where I managed to get my son soft toys of his fav characters which you can’t in the UK. Our London is miles ahead of nyc. Nyc does have some places where there it is picturesque like Central Park. We found an Uber driver who would take us to the non tourist spots for pics
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Guys it’s all opinions, time square in lights is beautiful amazing, beats LONDON hands down, its busy but am sure you expected that unless you thought you had booked it out.
I loved the fact toys r us had a that big wheel in it etc, the bright lights hidden behind building’s. I was surprised by Statue of Liberty size, but growing up watching film’s it was nice to think home alone etc was here. Beats LONDON hands down. So it’s of my tick list, Next
x80ssm20/01/2020 02:57

Honestly i dont see the big deal with NY. I been many countries and cities …Honestly i dont see the big deal with NY. I been many countries and cities and this was prob one of the worst. Over priced with disgusting transport system and people all trying to make £££ off u on the streetsI'd rather spend this type of money and travel to Asia or similar where u can enjoy an experience like no other.If you been central London just know its better that NY. No matter how much hype times sq gets once u r there u realise ud have more fun at Trafalgar sq


A holiday for this much money in Asia? Plz... tell me more!
x80ssm20/01/2020 02:57

Honestly i dont see the big deal with NY. I been many countries and cities …Honestly i dont see the big deal with NY. I been many countries and cities and this was prob one of the worst. Over priced with disgusting transport system and people all trying to make £££ off u on the streetsI'd rather spend this type of money and travel to Asia or similar where u can enjoy an experience like no other.If you been central London just know its better that NY. No matter how much hype times sq gets once u r there u realise ud have more fun at Trafalgar sq


Thank god no ones buying this for you then
immy760020/01/2020 06:49

So true. Went there in sept. There subway system is so dirty and my new …So true. Went there in sept. There subway system is so dirty and my new trainers nearly got stuck on the floor. There is that much grease. No one gives us seats for the elderly there. Walking around the streets you from Staten Island to times sq you get pushed shoved and trampled on. No one says sorry. Hustlers everywhere. The only thing I enjoyed in New York is the Nintendo store where I managed to get my son soft toys of his fav characters which you can’t in the UK. Our London is miles ahead of nyc. Nyc does have some places where there it is picturesque like Central Park. We found an Uber driver who would take us to the non tourist spots for pics[Image]


It's one of the busiest cities in the world. What did you expect?

New York is not going to be for everyone
Scroll down on the BA site and for another £20-30 per person there are hotels available in Manhattan itself, if that's what people would prefer.

Regardless of people's views of NYC, its a great price for return direct flights with luggage and 6 nights accommodation! 🔥
Edited by: "bagand96" 20th Jan
toner8420/01/2020 09:57

A holiday for this much money in Asia? Plz... tell me more!



Feb 19-25th
Best western kowloon (hong kong) = 136
BA LHR-HKG economy = 362x2
=430pp.

or 455pp for 8 nights.
Im planning a NY trip. Can anyone suggest a reasonable priced hotel? Ive not been before. Which locations should I be looking at booking?
bobinio20/01/2020 10:36

Im planning a NY trip. Can anyone suggest a reasonable priced hotel? Ive …Im planning a NY trip. Can anyone suggest a reasonable priced hotel? Ive not been before. Which locations should I be looking at booking?



It depends on your budget/what you consider reasonably priced and what month youre looking for. As a generalization for manhattan per night Id say 120 would be considered cheap while 200 is about typical. Plus rooms are often small in ny.

Beware a lot of hotels charging resort/facility fees, used to be mainly near times square but seems to be spreading, its basically a scam where there is an extra charge per night of like $20-$40 pn 'payable at the hotel' (list at resortfeechecker.com/hot…l) in addition (and often not listed as part of) the total reservation price.
Edited by: "roguesspam" 20th Jan
If it's your first trip to NYC then I would tend to tell people to stay in Manhattan, just so you can get your head around it. If you've been before then I would stay in this part of Long Island City, and have done for my last 3 trips. LIC isn't the same place that it was 10 years ago.

From this hotel, you do NOT "have to take the Long Island Rail Road into Penn Station", it's a couple of stops to 5th Avenue on the Metro, and there's 2 Metro stops near the hotel. In fact it's quicker to get to Time Square/Rockerfeller from this hotel than say the Financial District...
Everyone should experience NY once in their life ! I remember being there years ago and was so excited to just see yellow cabs and the steam coming out the roads , felt like I was in a scorsese movie ! Yes the hussle and bussle is what makes it .
Edited by: "coldo" 20th Jan
I have no comment about the destination , hotel etc, But full marks for the helpful instructions with regard the search facility. Sometime this is th ehardest part of a deal, finding the price quoted in the original post.
New York is freezing cold this time of year
Chiptivo19/01/2020 19:01

Hotel is not in Manhatten, no point of going if you are wanting the New …Hotel is not in Manhatten, no point of going if you are wanting the New York Experience. Like going to visit London and staying in Watford.


Brilliant
toner8420/01/2020 09:57

A holiday for this much money in Asia? Plz... tell me more!


U think u can't go for 6 nights to a place like Thailand for the same cost?
immy760020/01/2020 06:49

So true. Went there in sept. There subway system is so dirty and my new …So true. Went there in sept. There subway system is so dirty and my new trainers nearly got stuck on the floor. There is that much grease. No one gives us seats for the elderly there. Walking around the streets you from Staten Island to times sq you get pushed shoved and trampled on. No one says sorry. Hustlers everywhere. The only thing I enjoyed in New York is the Nintendo store where I managed to get my son soft toys of his fav characters which you can’t in the UK. Our London is miles ahead of nyc. Nyc does have some places where there it is picturesque like Central Park. We found an Uber driver who would take us to the non tourist spots for pics[Image]


Well said
Don't compare New York to London. That's worse than Blackpool being better than Florida.
Shame it is based on 2 person sharing, wish it was single. Heat added tho
Edited by: "Kacper_Czaplinski" 20th Jan
Brrrr
dandman20/01/2020 12:28

New York is freezing cold this time of year


So is Iceland, and lots of places in the Northern hemisphere. Your point is?
I'm looking at staying around hells kitchen or near wallstreet...
jouster20/01/2020 10:29

It's one of the busiest cities in the world. What did you expect? New …It's one of the busiest cities in the world. What did you expect? New York is not going to be for everyone


True but look at London, Paris Tokyo. All much cleaner than nyc. Yes it has got some great tourist sites and u can live through any Hollywood movie scene but the rustle hustle i didn’t enjoy. Not my cup of tea.
immy760020/01/2020 17:08

True but look at London, Paris Tokyo. All much cleaner than nyc. Yes it …True but look at London, Paris Tokyo. All much cleaner than nyc. Yes it has got some great tourist sites and u can live through any Hollywood movie scene but the rustle hustle i didn’t enjoy. Not my cup of tea.


You've hit the nail on the head. It's not your cup of tea.

I know lots of parts of London that are far grubbier than London

London is quiet as long as you're not in the west end or city. And whilst you could walk a great deal of London in a day, many don't. NYC is far more walking if you want to see everything and everyone is doing the same so definitely feels far busier.

Having visited there for holidays and work 20+ times I can confirm it never sleeps and I love it but know not everyone does
x80ssm20/01/2020 12:43

U think u can't go for 6 nights to a place like Thailand for the same cost?


Show me a link...
toner8420/01/2020 19:30

Show me a link...



39722560-VpIiT.jpgFound the flight for £340 with baggage. Easily find hotels for £20 a night. My point was merely that if u have this budget and can afford to take a break from work go somewhere different to explore a culture rather than a city that offers u almost the same as home

Brooklyn bridge? Tower bridge is better
Central park? Regents park is better
Times square? Trafalgar sq is better

When u go to countries like Thailand expenses are so cheap you can live and enjoy the holiday in many ways than just seeing a slightly different version of what u have at home
Wouldn't you be living in squalor for £20?
toner8420/01/2020 20:05

Wouldn't you be living in squalor for £20?


You would be surprised on the value £20 would get u on a night. On my first trip me and my mates all get separate rooms in bangkok for £14 a night lol - 4* easily
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