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Winter Hotel Deals in NYC

New Yorkers know how hard it is to find deals on real estate. In the biggest and most bustling city in the U.S., personal space comes at a premium, whether it’s a balcony seat at a Broadway show or a place to lay your head. Luckily, winter is the season for hotel deals in the city that supposedly never sleeps. While the second annual Hotel Week woos early-January visitors with a $100/$200/$250 tiered pricing system, we’ve negotiated savings of up to 50% on hotels on overlapping and surrounding dates.

The Milford, $99: Stay in the heart of Times Square, Sundays-Wednesdays January-February, and get complimentary continental breakfast.

Ace Hotel NYC, $99: Save 50% on a trendy Flatiron District hotel through Dec. 26 or Jan. 1-6; discounted rates are also available January-March, including weekends and Fashion Week.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York City–Chelsea, $135: Book a room close to art galleries, cafes, the High Line and the famed Chelsea Market; save up to 45% on select dates January-February.

TRYP New York City Times Square South, $145: Nab this offer that knocks 40% off January-February dates at a 4-star Times Square hotel.

Marriott New York Downtown, $159: Save on a 4-star property in the Financial District, close to the Hudson and Battery Park, Fridays-Saturdays January-February.

Courtyard New York Manhattan/SoHo, $159: Stay close to the restaurants, bars and shops of SoHo, Fridays-Saturdays Jan. 25 - March 9.

Renaissance New York Hotel 57, $179: Settle into a 4-star hotel close to Central Park and 5th Avenue shopping, Thursdays-Saturdays Jan. 3 - March 9.

The Algonquin Hotel, $199: Feel like a celebrity at a hotel that has hosted politicians, the literary elite, and other famous names; save 45% on Thursday-Sunday stays Jan. 3 - March 9.

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Andrea

Deal Expert, New York
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
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