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  1. Ended up booking the Kimpton Eventi ultimately! Seemed more central to my needs as far as subway, theatre, etc. Thank you!
  2. What do you think these 2 might be? The first one shows up on regular Hotwire, and the 2nd shows up on Easy view but each is only listed on one tab or the other. #1 4.5* Midtown East Boutique Hotel $207/night Business center Fitness center Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Smoke-Free Rooms 4 stars on TripAdvisor with over 2001 reviews -- bed choice of either king or hotel's choice (those are the only 2 options) 90% recommended on Hotwire with 312 reviews I was thinking this could be either the Intercontinental Barclay or Hotel 48Lex, but none of those match up to the listed number of TripAdvisor reviews.... #2 4.5* Midtown East Hot Rate Boutique Hotel $205/night Business center Fitness center Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Smoke-Free Rooms 4 stars on TripAdvisor with over 3077 reviews - no bed choice 90% recommend on HotWire with 323 reviews Is this one the Westin? Would love to try and identify one or both! Although all 3 of these seem like good hotels in convenient areas, especially the Westin being so close to Grand Central!
  3. Any idea what hotel this might be on Priceline Express Deals? 4.5* Central Park South $205/night The only amenities listed are Restaurant, No-Smoking But then under bed choice, there are so many options: King Bed - Premier Room$205/night King Bed - Accessible Room$254/night King Bed$254/night 2 Double Beds - Accessible Room$279/night King Bed - Premier Suite$328/night King Bed - Suite$369/night Suite$410/night King Bed - Accessible Suite$410/night Room Assigned At Check-In - Sleeps Two Adults$615/night There is also a $50 mandatory fee paid the hotel upon check-in separate from the Priceline price. I looked at the Priceline hotel list but can't for the life of me see anything it might match! Could it be Le Parker Meridien?
  4. I will also add that room size is definitely a factor when choosing a hotel. Some of the NY hotels have teeny rooms under 200 square feet, and others much larger over 300. The larger would definitely be preferred! That's a big part of the appeal of the Tuscany - the rooms are HUGE.
  5. The walk to the subway is the only drawback to Ink48. Not that I mind the walk, but it might be something of an inconvenience. Do you know which hotels these Hotwire properties might be? The St. Giles Tuscany is somewhere I would love to end up with if I can figure out which listing it might be and under around $200 a night or so. 4* Rockefeller Center Area $171/night Amenities: Boutique hotel Business center Children's activities Fitness center Golf nearby Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Spa services 4* Times Square North $173/night Amenities: Business center Fitness center Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Self-service laundry Smoke-free rooms Bed Type (king, queen, or 2 doubles) 4* Empire State Building Area $179/night Amenities: Business center Fitness center Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Self-service laundry Smoke-free rooms (it says the last person who booked this one got The St. Giles Tuscany) 4* Midtown East Area $180/night Amenities: Internet access Restaurant(s) Self-service laundry Smoke-free rooms
  6. A King bed is important as I will be traveling alone but likely having a friend or two crash at the hotel with me while I am in NYC. Close to Times Square/Midtown/Broadway ideal as I am mainly coming to see a whole bunch of theatre in 3 days. The Kimpton Ink48 looks pretty awesome and at a great price. Excellent Tripadvisor review as well. St Giles Tuscany also an appealing option. Those are the 2 that jumped out at me as good options for my budget. Thank you for the quick replies, they are super helpful!
  7. Of the choices I just sent, only the 2nd and the last offer a bed type option. But I would be curious what the other 3 were as well if possible! Does PRICELINE tend to be a little cheaper than HOTWIRE? I keep going back and forth!
  8. I think of those 3 I would be most likely to choose Kimpton Ink48. I am also open to 4* properties as well if I can guarantee a king size bed which I know limits my options. I will be in town to see theatre mostly, so something centrally located is ideal! I am looking to book a hotel in NYC next weekend 4/14-4/16. I am using the Better Bidding tool and would like to ideally find a 4* property or above in Manhattan for under $500/total for both nights including all fees. I see some pretty good possibilities on Hotwire and would love some help identifying what hotels they might be :) Here are the hotels I am seeing on HOTWIRE currently: 4* Rockefeller Center Area $171/night Amenities: Boutique hotel Business center Children's activities Fitness center Golf nearby Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Spa services 4* Times Square North $173/night Amenities: Business center Fitness center Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Self-service laundry Smoke-free rooms Bed Type (king, queen, or 2 doubles) 4* Empire State Building Area $179/night Amenities: Business center Fitness center Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Self-service laundry Smoke-free rooms (it says the last person who booked this one got The St. Giles Tuscany) 4* Midtown East Area $180/night Amenities: Internet access Restaurant(s) Self-service laundry Smoke-free rooms 4.5* Theatre District - Midtown West $198/night Amenities: Boutique hotel Business center Fitness center Golf nearby Internet access Pet friendly Restaurant(s) Smoke-free rooms Spa services Thank you!!
  9. Hi there! I am looking to book a hotel in NYC next weekend 4/14-4/16. I am using the Better Bidding tool and would like to ideally find a 4.5 or 5 star property in Manhattan for under $500/total for both nights including all fees. I see some pretty good possibilities on both Priceline and Hotwire and would love some help identifying what hotels they might be :) I would love a guarantee of a king bed in the room if possible. I will be in NY mostly to see theatre so ideal zones are probably Times Square, Central Park, Midtown, Theatre District, etc. I took screenshots of the results I saw, but can't seem to attach them to this message. Thank you!!
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