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Recommend a Hotel in New York

Frigiliana

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Hoping to go to New York for the first time in May 2011, can anybody recommend a hotel , would like to be relatively central, around £100 to £130 a night
 

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For that price you might get bedbugs. Try the Ace Hotel. It is pretty awesome. You might get a room for about 180gbp.
 

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We stayed at The Warwick Hotel. It's mid-town and we got it for about $200 american dollars a night and didn't have any bedbugs at the height of the bedbugs scare this past summer.
 

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There are a number of threads here about NYC hotels. You don't have to spend more than 130GBP if you have good corporate discounts or use Travelocity or something... but listed rates will be $250 USD and up for decent hotels.
 

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Ace is a cool little hotel, but the area really blows. I love Roger Smith, area isnt much better, but its more central, and they have THE BEST hospitality in the city. www.bit.ly/RSrooms for specials. @Bsimi is the Social Media director, and hes a great guy. Check them out on twitter www.twitter.com/RSHotel
 

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I worked in the same neighborhood where Roger Smith is located. There's not a whole lot going on there (though there are a lot of pubs over on 2nd Ave where the "whattup, broheim!" crowd hangs out.) But it is very easy to get to the rest of the city from there. It's a short walk to 5th Ave. shopping and sights, it's close to Grand Central, it's close to the UN. Subway is easily accessed in Grand Central and all the express trains stop there. Oh, and lots of cabs around -- at least there used to be.
 

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Thanks for the quick response these Hotels have been mentioned to me ,any opinions ?

Cosmopolitan Hotel
95 West Broadway,
New York, NY, 10007
United States
020 3027 7819e

Red Roof Inn
6 West 32nd Street, Manhattan, NY 10001
 

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Cosmopolitan Hotel is a fantastic location in Tribeca. You have 3 train lines within 3 blocks and the 1, 2, 3 is right outside your front door. Whole foods and tons of restaurants in the area, a fantastic dry cleaner a block away, ect.
I've never stayed there, but I've stayed at Smyth three times which is right beside it.

Originally Posted by Frigiliana
Thanks for the quick response these Hotels have been mentioned to me ,any opinions ?

Cosmopolitan Hotel
95 West Broadway,
New York, NY, 10007
United States
020 3027 7819e

Red Roof Inn
6 West 32nd Street, Manhattan, NY 10001
 

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Originally Posted by Frigiliana
Red Roof Inn
6 West 32nd Street, Manhattan, NY 10001

This is a joke, right?
 

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Hello Frigiliana..!!

If you want a budget hotel in NewYork city having good food plus nice accommodation,then i will suggest you to take the services of "Colonial House Inn"...You should be provided with a private balcony attached bathroom, television etc........Other details are listed below,

1) Address: 318 W. 22nd St.
2) Telephone: 800-689-3779, 212-243-9669.
3) Subway: C/E to 23rd Street.
4) Price Range: $80 - $140 .

With Regards,
Andrew Benn.
 

Frigiliana

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Thanks Andrew for the recommendation of the Colonial Inn , looks very nice has good reviews on Trip Advisor, going to add it to the list of possibles
 

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off and away is cool too if youre into penny auctions
 

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