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    If you've got a little extra in the kitty, then see if you can get a deal for http://www.wnewyork.com/. Yes it's a little swanky...but it has an excellently cool bar and very well appointed (if on the smallish side) rooms. The opposite end of the $ spectrum I know, but worth it if looking for a treat. over 9 years ago

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    Well, first of all I recommend that you stay in the Manhattan Borough, if you want the NY experience. If you can afford to lash out, the Four Points Sheraton in Soho is very nice; or for a more economical approach, the YMCA is in a great location - right next to Central Park and up the road from the Lincoln Center. Those are the only two I can recommend from personal experience. I guess you have to work out your budget and then decide whether you value comfort or location more! over 9 years ago

    Answered by Alex Siegers via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    You can always try renting an apartment. Check on the Internet, there are lots of services that rent them. You have your own kitchen and place to stay. All locations and usually cheaper than a hotel for 5 days. over 9 years ago

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    I always recommend http://www.airbnb.com if you are looking for BnB accommodation - I've used them before to excellent effect over 9 years ago

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    I'm a huge fan of Priceline bidding, even landing the W mentioned above once, but have also landed hotels all over Manhattan: Hyatt in Grand Central, hotel Giraffe, and Presidents Club ( I think that's what it was called) on Wall Street. There's flexibility to narrow your bidding location to specific neighborhoods and all star ratings are available. I go for anything 3+ and that way feel pretty sure I'll get a national chain with a decent level of quality and safety.

    Everything is a near walk or subway ride in manhattan so you wont be missing out wherever you end up. Personally, I'm not a huge fan of midtown ( east or west sections), but if you find a deal there, take it! Hoods I like are Chelsea, Greenwich village, Soho, Union Square
    and Gramercy Park. I have to admit, staying on Wall Street surprised me too- on a great subway line, and well staged for jaunts to Brookyn Bridge, Chinatown, ground Zero, Staten island ferry, statue of liberty over 9 years ago

    Answered by tunnsey via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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