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Spawn
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


We stayed at The Tryp Hotel on W35th between 8th and 9th Ave and liked it pretty well.
Just a couple of blocks from MSG. Might want to check that one out.



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T-Mike
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Northeast Pennsylvania
Member since Dec 2012
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


If your on a tight budget try staying at the Spring Hill Suites in Newark near the airport.You can take a shuttle to the PATH train that will take you to either World Trade Center or 33rd and 6th. A nice roomy hotel with two beds and a pullout, 150 bucks or so. Will cost you 50 minutes a day in commute time and about 5 bucks a person.





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Tackleberry
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On the bayou
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


Spent a week at the New Yorker Hotel on 34th and 8th. Pretty much next door to MSG for about $250 a night. Decent hotel for price. Would stay again.





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Corn Dawg Nation
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


If searching for hotels online in NYC is overwhelming, wait until you get to manhattan. Lol. Have fun!





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MrSmith
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Baton Rouge
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


Renaissance Times Square





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Ric Flair
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Charlotte
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


If you want to really cheap, Hotel 31 is a hotel on 31st street near park ave (not far from MSG). Bathrooms are down the hall, but there is a sink in the room. Cheap hotel, but a good location (walking distance to the Murray Hill/3rd ave strip of bars, close to the 6 train).





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vl100butch
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Madison, MS
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


the New Yorker is a block from MSG....rooms are small though...

just got back and stayed at the Hilton at Newark Airport...they do have a shuttle which will hook you up to the train that stops at Penn Station (which is under MSG)...






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jlc05
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Tejas
Member since Nov 2005
18010 posts

re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


Residence Inn Times Square - stayed a few yrs ago...under $300







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nobodytooimportant
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


Go to Hotwire select the appropriate area near MSG, look at how much you want to pay and book it. A hotel in manhattan is going to be reasonably nice.





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TotesMcGotes
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


Stay at the Gotham on East 46th an Madison.

Thank me later.






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LuchaLibre
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Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


The Pod Hotel





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IonaTiger
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The Commonwealth Of Virginia
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


If all 4 are kicking in $250 a night, The Plaza.

Don't forget to have drinks at the Oak Bar.






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Kafka
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


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The Plaza.

Don't forget to have drinks at the Oak Bar.








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SenorTiger9
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St. George, Louisiana
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


LINK





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IonaTiger
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


:insert"Arthur"andhookerpicture"





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Grizzly
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Member since Oct 2012
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


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Really? So a $1,000 won't get a four day weekend in Manhattan?!?


Yes it will. You just have to get creative and you can find pretty good room.






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Sheep
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Maximizing my upside
Member since Jun 2007
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


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250 a night won't get much in Manhattan.


You couldn't be more wrongerer.

I booked the Doubletree two blocks from MSG for $135/night back in August.






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PythagoreanTiger
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re: Help needed w/ hotels in NYC


If it's your first time to NYC, look for hotels around Times Square. You'll find cheaper hotels elsewhere in Manhattan; but unless you know what you're doing, transportation can be time consuming and/or costly (e.g. taxi rides).





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