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lorcanv

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  1. I went for the second option - and you were correct, it was the Iberostar Park Avenue Hotel! Many thanks for your help.
  2. Many thanks for your reply! So out of those two hotels, the (possible) Park Avenue one looks the best. If you had any other suggestions I'd certainly appreciate it. Only criteria would be a hotel in a good area that was ideally 4* for less than $140.
  3. Hi there Have you any advice on getting a 4* Hotel in an area of Manhattan that is good for a long weekend stay - i.e. handy for transport and/or some sites within walking distance? Or maybe a good 3.5* The dates are 20-24 April. Any idea what these hotels are: Both PRICELINE EXPRESS deals - 4* Empire State Building Area, amenities: Very Good 8+ /10 Pets Allowed Business Center Free Internet Fitness Center No Smoking Rooms/Facilities £113 a night (£563 inc taxes and charges) 3.5* Empire State Building Area, amenities: Good 7+ /10 Amenities: Fitness Center Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms/Facilities Or would I be able to get cheaper using the bidding process? Thanks in advance
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