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Times Square New Years Eve Hotel


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Mar 1, 2004
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Before you start laughing...

A broken foot requires that my New Year's Eve plans change. Last year it was the beach at Rio this year it was supposed to be machu picchu but alas that trip had to be canceled. This is my preface for what I am about to ask.

Is it possible to get a hotel room that overlooks Times Square?

Yes you can laugh now.

My thought was at least I could enjoy the festive nature of the year from a hotel room. This year has been a challenging one, I'm not wishing to be spending in on a couch or in bed watching Dick Clark.

Are their floors in the office buildings that are rented? Some office should try to leverage some extra cash for the space? What businesses have a view? We have a relationship with Lehman Bros. - I can't remember if their offices have view or not. Any restaurants?

I understand that I will probably have to go to a third party to get this done? Anybody have any names? I don't need the hotel room as I have a place in NYC but if I had one that would be ideal, I would probably stay there for the night, have a little bubbly and go back to my apt. the next day.

I called Amex via my centurion card. They are able to get me a room but they aren't clear whether it will have a view. (I think that means NO) That would be awful if I didn't have a view. I might as well stay home at least I would save the cash.

Yes yes I understand that this is something that someone should do in their early 20's. I guess I didn't get it done. Too busy trying to start a company or do an IPO. So Times Square is on the to do list...

I appreciate any advice and Happy New Years.


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Mar 2, 2005
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Google has a view. I spent last New Years Eve overlooking Times Square from their offices.

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