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Old Posted Apr 14, 2011, 6:16 PM
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Treating myself to a 3 night trip to New York for my 40th at the beginning of June 2011 (never been before) and wondered if anyone had any advice on hotels?
Thinking either the Sheraton , Mela or W , all look pretty central around Times Square.
Any help greatly appreciated
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Old Posted Apr 15, 2011, 9:22 PM
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you can hang around the city,and shot awesome building
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What general region in the city do you want to stay in? What is your price range?
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Distrikt Hotel is one of the best hotel in new york.
I have the experience of the Distrikt Hotel and i really satisfied a lot with the management of the Distrikt Hotel.
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The Standard in the Meatpacking District is pretty awesome, and in a good location.
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If you have the money, you have the right to choose the best hotel in New York.
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I enjoyed the Waldorf Astoria on my last trip.
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I just stayed at the Pearl off Times Square (233 W49th St) and would recommend it for anyone wanting to stay in that area. A small, new hotel that was really quiet at night, plus a great complimentary continental breakfast. The single room that I had was very large by New York standards.
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I stayed at the Roosevelt on Madison Avenue which is very central and very close to the following tourist hot spots:
Empire state building
Rockefeller Centre
Grand central station
Central park
Times square.
I was so happy with the location and service that I will defiantly consider staying there again.
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