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Posted 15 May 2023

Feb 2024 - 2 people - OYO New York Times Square + BA Flights from LGW + 23kg Luggage - 3nts £898 / 5nts £1140 @ British Airways

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A compulsory Resort Fee applies $43.03 (tax inclusive), per room, per night, (applies also to any bonus offer free nights), is payable locally directly to the hotel, (charge is subject to change without notice).

Great deal at just £449pp for the 3 night one! It might say £459, but drops when you click through

Still a very decent price. Under the magic £500pp figure.

Attentive staff and an iconic Midtown Manhattan location await at OYO Times Square.

Steps away from the centre of Times Square and the Theatre District, the hotel is also less than a mile’s stroll from Rockefeller Centre, Grand Central Station, New York Public Library, the Chrysler Building, Central Park and the Empire State Building. For travelling further around the city, Times Square 42 Street Subway Station is less than 500 metres away. The hotel is 17 miles from John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Rooms range from Standard to Superior and Deluxe options, each with a pillow-top bed, toiletries, an HDTV and Bose sound system. Décor in all accommodation is modern, with stone or grey walls, dark furniture and geometric carpets. Upgrading grants more space, with the addition of a desk area in Deluxe rooms

You get:
  • 3 or 5 nights - Queen Room
  • Return flights from London Gatwick
  • 23kg checked baggage per person
  • E.G. Dates in Feb : 19th to 22nd Feb, 21st to 26th Feb

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  1. Bigfootpete's avatar
    Three nights? Takes what - 9 hours to get there+ transfers, in probably the coldest month of the year, you'd have to be mad.
  2. mittromney's avatar
    NY too cold in Feb.
    waynester21's avatar
    Some people might like that. I've been over Christmas 3 times. It was -14 last Christmas when I got there. Way too cold of course but when it went up to -5 I was absolutely fine. You keep warm by walking around.
  3. A_H2020's avatar
    Where's a good place to find hotels in New York for july/early August? Tia
    Robdk's avatar
    I would post your dates and budget in $ on the NYC TripAdvisor forum and get some recommendations on there. FYI - you're looking at around $200 a night for a half decent hotel in Manhattan.
  4. philjstephenson's avatar
    Once you get there , there is an extortionate resort fee, a cash deposit is required, returnable at end of stay, plus various city taxes etc, this is why NY is fast becoming a no go for many tourists, far too expensive and add in the rampant forced tipping culture and its a defo pass for me.....
    FHPRP's avatar
    Forced tipping infuriates me, I just don't understand it. The cheek of some waiting staff!
  5. Simon_Lilly's avatar
    When will governments and hotels realise that all these taxes and resort fees just put tourists off coming - plenty of other cities that don’t charge 
  6. sm9690's avatar
    A compulsory Resort Fee of $35.00 plus tax, per room, per night (applies also to any bonus offer free nights), is payable locally directly to the hotel (charge is subject to change without notice).
    vitor19771's avatar
    Is there any hotel we don’t need to pay? Already included maybe
  7. davester2k's avatar
    Perfectly legal to refuse to pay resort fees in NYC.
    frances.lennon's avatar
    They then have the right to refuse to let you stay
  8. A_BHot's avatar
    Wouldn’t touch OYO with a barge pole. Check out alternative hotels if you want this deal, I say.
    Little_Casper's avatar
    Agreed, this company deserves to crash and burn.
  9. axe_1986's avatar
    How do i get the screen the link takes you to for other hotels so you can see the calendar next to it with the prices per day ?
  10. blahblahblah1234's avatar
    Resort fees in downtown NY, ughhh!
    Even on Las Vegas Strip, there's hotels that don't charge them.
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