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Posted 4 September 2023

Mar 2024 - 2 people 4* Hotel Indigo New York + BA Rtn Flights LGW + 23KG bags - 4 nts £557pp (£614pp inc RF) / 5 nts £583pp (£653pp inc RF)

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March 2024 booking deal for a break to New York for two people working out at £557 per person for 4 nights (£614pp inc resort fees) or £583 per person for a longer 5 night break (£653 inc Resort Fees). Includes BA flights, 23kg bags and staying at the 4* IHG Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York. The flights are direct flights from Gatwick to JFK. Seems a very good price given that the base accommodation cost excluding flights would cost nearly £1000 for 4 nights. There is also a deal for the Riu Plaza which looks another good option

4.5/5 Tripadvisor

Pricing New York March 2024 - selected dates

  • 3 nights Hotel Indigo + LGW Return Flights + 23kg bags - £526pp - £1052 total (+ £85.50 resort fees payable to hotel)
  • 4 nights Hotel Indigo + LGW Return Flights + 23kg bags - £557pp - £1114 total (+ £114 resort fees payable to hotel)
  • 5 nights Hotel lndigo+ LGW Return Flights + 23kg bags - £583pp - £1166 total (+ £142.50 resort fees payable to hotel)

Dates available based on 3 nights

  • Departure March: Mar 11

Dates available based on 4 nights

  • Departure Feb: Feb 28/29
  • Departure Mar: Mar 2/3/6/7/9/10/11/13/20

Dates available based on 5 nights

  • Departure Feb: Feb 28
  • Departure Mar: Mar 6


What's included for two people

  • 3 , 4 or 5 nights - Superior Queen Room in Hotel Indigo
  • Return flights from London Gatwick
  • 23kg checked baggage per person
  • Various dates in March

Hotel Indigo new York

  • Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York features rotating art installations and offers complimentary WiFi.Each room here will provide you with a minibar.
  • Featuring a bath or shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer. Extras include a desk, a safety deposit box and ironing facilities.
  • At Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York you will find a 24-hour front desk. Guests can dine at Mr. Purple
  • The hotel is 800 metres from Little Italy, 2 km from Brooklyn Bridge and 2.1 km from Fulton Street/Broadway – Nassau Street

Additional information

A compulsory facility fee of 36 US dollars per night is payable locally and includes the following (these costs have been factored into the post);

  • Complimentary Local and Long Distance, International Calls
  • Complimentary Premium High Speed Internet Service unlimited device
  • Guaranteed VIP access to Mr. Purple (bypass the 2-3 hours wait line)
  • Seasonal Swimming Pool Access (mid May to end of September)
  • Complimentary Daily Citi Bike Passes Limited to 1 per adult per day
  • Lower East Side New York VIP Neighborhood Discounts
  • Complimentary luggage storage
  • Complimentary Business Center access
  • Complimentary In Room Keurig Coffee Machine and Tea

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Edited by Chanchi32, 3 October 2023
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  1. wpj's avatar
    "Resort Fees"- paying for the unused gym and "free" WiFi (actually, it was because they had a computer in the lobby that people could use instead for business)
    -24-'s avatar
    These can be disputed. There's a whole thread on it, on flyertalk
  2. SavvyTraveler's avatar
    When did BA start offering flights + hotel bundles? I thought they only sell flights
    wilburscoville9191's avatar
    For as long as I can remember so many many years
  3. dead4red69's avatar
    Bonus heat due to the hotel being 2 mins away from Katz's
  4. Chanchi32's avatar
    Riu Plaza New York Times Square is another option, slightly more for March dates compared to hotel Indigo but also includes breakfast, from £620 pp for 4 nights accommodation with breakfast and flights/checked baggage (resort fee is 33 dollars a night payable to the hotel).

    britishairways.com/tra…CVw (edited)
    DJUD's avatar
    Price changes when you go to book….
  5. adiboy79's avatar
    It’s an ok deal.

    wait for the BA sale. I pay no more than £550 each for school holiday time, 2 adults / 2 kids, 5 nights,

    go most years.
    we go this October half term again, £530 each for 5 of us. 5 nights. From Heathrow.

    booked in BA sale.

    plus, this is from Gatwick. Alright for the 5% of the country below it, the rest of us, it’s a right pain to get to. (edited)
    samsungd500's avatar
    Wow, that's a great deal you get. When are the BA sales?
  6. jagrajj's avatar
    Thanks great deal my brother booked
    Chanchi32's avatar
    nice one
  7. Sometime_Ago's avatar
    Is it a double bed, or can you get 2 singles for this price pls?
    Chanchi32's avatar
    yes its a double bed for Queen superior room, suggest contacting the hotel if would be possible to have with two singles in that room

  8. si465's avatar
    I don't get on with the BA website. If I change this search to include a 4yo and a baby it doubles the cost, even though that's all in one room and it'd only use 3 seats on the plane. Am I doing something wrong?
    -24-'s avatar
    Call up executive club and speak to an Agent
  9. gooner786's avatar
    Hi guys. Looking to go explore new York. I have had family go from my immediate side to my wife's side with mixed reviews.

    Is this worth it? Should i go?! Is March a decent time to go in too?
    Robdk's avatar
    I don't think anyone else can tell you if it's worth it or if you should go. It's obviously one of most visited cities in the world for a reason. It's also really, really expensive.

    I've only been once and I really liked it. I plan to go back as I only covered a fraction of it in 5 nights. I went in March and had 3 really nice days and 1 cold, wet day. It's a good time to go because it's generally cheaper but the weather is unpredictable.

    What are the negatives you've heard from people and what do you think you'll enjoy about it?
  10. xStevooo's avatar
    Went to review the bundle and it said the price has changed (significantly). Meh.
    Checked tripadvisor and the hotel has had a lot of really horrendous reviews as of recent.
  11. f3rritt's avatar
    can you use avios on these deals?? I have a stack of them that I've accumulated over the years that are running out soon?
    adamholder's avatar
    Expire ? Avois only expire if you don’t collect, buy or spend for 36 months.
  12. Andrew_K's avatar
    What paperwork is needed to enter the US as a British citizen - ESTA, or Visa, or something else too?
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