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New York Jan/Feb - Pod Times Square hotel + BA Flights LHR - 3 nts £360pp (£720) / 4 nts £399pp (£798) / 5 nts £437pp (£874) @ Voyage Prive
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New York Jan/Feb - Pod Times Square hotel + BA Flights LHR - 3 nts £360pp (£720) / 4 nts £399pp (£798) / 5 nts £437pp (£874) @ Voyage Prive

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

3/4/5/6/7 night break in New York for Jan/Feb including central 3* Pod Times Square hotel accommodation, located just off 42nd street and 5 minutes from Times Square - plus direct flights from BA. Prices based on departure date of Feb 2nd although other dates available, you can flex the length of the stay to suit your needs e.g 3 to 7 nights. Prices are based on booking the accommodation via Voyage and booking the flights separately (at either an online travel agent or direct at BA). More info below.

3 nights hotel + direct flights for 2 people = £720
4 nights hotel + direct flights for 2 people = £798
5 nights hotel + direct flights for 2 people = £874
6 nights hotel + direct flights for 2 people = £950
7 nights hotel + direct flights for 2 people = £1026


Pod Times Square Hotel 3* - Book via Voyage

  • Scores 4 out of 5 on TripAdvisor
  • The Pod Hotel Times Square Hotel is centrally located just off 42nd street
  • Stay based on Bunk Bed Pod featuring two twin-sized bunk beds, each with an individual flat-screen TV, soundproof windows, and blackout shutters.
  • Each room has climate control, a private bathroom with rain shower, complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Option to pay for an upgrade to Queen bed pod
  • Taxes of 14.75% and city tax of $3.5 per room per night included
  • Nightly resort fee of $22.95 per room is waived for VP guests between January 1st 2020 - February 29th 2020


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Flights - Sample date 2nd to 5th Feb from LHR - book via Skyscanner

Direct BA return flights from London Heathrow is £238pp if booking via a 3rd party travel agent e.g. Travel trolley. Works out at £260pp if you want to book directly at BA. Flights are based on hand luggage, although BA has a generous hand luggage allowance of 23kg.

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If planning on doing some shopping in New York, there is a free discount booklet to use at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets @ Simon - link, saving $10

For more info around New York - check out this thread for more info around flights, accommodation and attractions
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patrikroke18/12/2019 03:36

If you want to freeze to death, New York in those dates is your place!


Theres no such thing as cold weather .... inappropriate clothing .....
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Great thank you
Great deal, not keen on the Pod hotel though! Looks like you get a curtain instead of a door in the bathroom in some of the rooms...

Personally looking for a similar priced room for me and my mum. This obviously wouldn't be suitable.
Edited by: "WaxMechaniK" 17th Dec 2019
If you want to freeze to death, New York in those dates is your place!
WaxMechaniK17/12/2019 21:37

Great deal, not keen on the Pod hotel though! Looks like you get a curtain …Great deal, not keen on the Pod hotel though! Looks like you get a curtain instead of a door in the bathroom in some of the rooms...Personally looking for a similar priced room for me and my mum. This obviously wouldn't be suitable.


You'll likely have to pay more or stay further out of the centre (though public transport is good to many areas, and I'd rather in another area myself!) The New York TripAdvisor forum can be excellent for hotel recommendations. If you are only going for a few nights, you'll want a location where it's easy to get around. Good luck!
It will be freeezzing..
patrikroke18/12/2019 03:36

If you want to freeze to death, New York in those dates is your place!


Theres no such thing as cold weather .... inappropriate clothing .....
WaxMechaniK17/12/2019 21:37

Great deal, not keen on the Pod hotel though! Looks like you get a curtain …Great deal, not keen on the Pod hotel though! Looks like you get a curtain instead of a door in the bathroom in some of the rooms...Personally looking for a similar priced room for me and my mum. This obviously wouldn't be suitable.


Stayed in the Bentley hotel in October. Was quality for what I paid for it. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to go to New York.
The Pod sucks, I used to stay there a few years ago. I'm 6 foot and the room and bed was far too small and the walls were like paper. The reception is nice, but the rooms seem like a cool and compact idea but in reality its annoying.
Edited by: "Alex_Gillott" 20th Dec 2019
I don’t think I’ve ever been as cold in my life as visiting New York in February. Tip when looking at hotels...in the USA, they have a sneaky trick when advertising prices. They will advertise a low price but then when you arrive you will be stung with mandatory ‘resort fee’ which will apparently cover internet, fitness suite etc. This is typically something like $40 per room per day. When researching hotels, make sure you include this in your calculations.

When budgeting, eating out is very expensive in New York. Even the price of fast food will make your eyes water! I find NYC to be one of those city breaks that initially looks good value but ends up costing a lot.
Edited by: "charliemike" 20th Dec 2019
charliemike20/12/2019 18:17

I don’t think I’ve ever been as cold in my life as visiting New York in Feb …I don’t think I’ve ever been as cold in my life as visiting New York in February. Tip when looking at hotels...in the USA, they have a sneaky trick when advertising prices. They will advertise a low price but then when you arrive you will be stung with mandatory ‘resort fee’ which will apparently cover internet, fitness suite etc. This is typically something like $40 per room per day. When researching hotels, make sure you include this in your calculations.When budgeting, eating out is very expensive in New York. Even the price of fast food will make your eyes water!




this is included in the price

"Nightly resort fee of $22.95 per room is waived for VP guests between January 1st 2020 - February 29th 2020"
^^ Yes, good for this hotel...just thought it was worth mentioning for people comparing this to other hotels.
Stayed in that pod twice. There are others. It's cool, and trendy, rooftop bar is the best bit. OK for max 2 nights as they are small rooms.... I tend to go out and about in Manhattan, so the room is not important to me, but they are warm, comfy and have running water, and a bar area with food.

Edit... Stay outside of Manhattan for a couple of nights and uber around.
Edited by: "sbellseb" 20th Dec 2019
charliemike20/12/2019 18:17

I don’t think I’ve ever been as cold in my life as visiting New York in Feb …I don’t think I’ve ever been as cold in my life as visiting New York in February. Tip when looking at hotels...in the USA, they have a sneaky trick when advertising prices. They will advertise a low price but then when you arrive you will be stung with mandatory ‘resort fee’ which will apparently cover internet, fitness suite etc. This is typically something like $40 per room per day. When researching hotels, make sure you include this in your calculations.When budgeting, eating out is very expensive in New York. Even the price of fast food will make your eyes water! I find NYC to be one of those city breaks that initially looks good value but ends up costing a lot.


I Airbnb'd in downtown NY. Trick is to go to the in-supermarket delis that abound wherever residents live for your evening takeaway. These city supermarkets stay open late and usually have a cafe seating area where you can consume your deli purchases or buy good snacks with a fresh coffee.
Edited by: "harrythefish" 20th Dec 2019
If your on a budget 99c pizza is your friend
bars in new York Will ask for id don't be offended it's the same for everyone
Rudy's bar for $5 beers and a hot dog
We did New York in March this year and it was -12 degrees at one point and snow and slush on the streets. We did flights + hotel + spending on a £500 pp and had an amazing time! Take your NUS card and get concession entry to museums and galleries!
charliemike20/12/2019 18:17

I don’t think I’ve ever been as cold in my life as visiting New York in Feb …I don’t think I’ve ever been as cold in my life as visiting New York in February. Tip when looking at hotels...in the USA, they have a sneaky trick when advertising prices. They will advertise a low price but then when you arrive you will be stung with mandatory ‘resort fee’ which will apparently cover internet, fitness suite etc. This is typically something like $40 per room per day. When researching hotels, make sure you include this in your calculations.When budgeting, eating out is very expensive in New York. Even the price of fast food will make your eyes water! I find NYC to be one of those city breaks that initially looks good value but ends up costing a lot.


Cost of eating out varies a lot. Lots of places are pricy, but plenty of good cheap options too - casual Chinese places in Chinatown in Manhattan or Queens, pizza slice takeouts, bagel bakeries... Similar to London, but probably slightly dearer since the £ fell. Remember to budget for tips, too (usual to tip 20%+ in a restaurant if service is ok, due to lousy wages for staff).
Got 4 nights for 780 2nd feb x2 people using google flights. Thanks for the cheap hotel
I went in Nov and feb. Feb was freezing but sunny. It was beautiful. Worth the scalf n jumpers.
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