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NYC hotel advice

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Inky_Wretch, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. Did it work?
  2. Inky_Wretch

    Inky_Wretch Well-Known Member

    Roundup kills weeds, not bugs.
  3. joe

    joe Active Member

    Drink a little and get back to us.
    And, Jones? Fuck off, asseater.
  4. I guess it did work.
  5. Jones

    Jones Active Member

    Hey now, I wasn't being critical. I was just stating facts.

    I like to eat a Dairy Queen Blizzard before bringing the hump. FACT.
  6. joe

    joe Active Member

    Dairy Queen, he wheezed.
  7. ballscribe

    ballscribe Active Member

    Stayed at the Marriott East Side for two weeks during the U.S. Open. Very handy, great gourmet deli across the street that's always open.

    There's a Courtyard on 40th right near Times Square that does the trick just fine, for those who love the Marriott thing.

    The Hyatt at Grand Central has apparently been renovated since I stayed there a half-dozen times a season for baseball. It was a bit brown before, but you can't beat the location. Don't even have to go outside to get a subway anywhere. That'd be my vote.
  8. Webster

    Webster Well-Known Member

    Try the Wellington on West 55th Street -- we used it as the lower priced choice for our wedding,. There are also some small places on the East Side lke the Fitzpatrick which aren't too bad.
  9. Columbo

    Columbo Active Member

    Borat was filmed there.

    I loved the Park Central, a block and a half from the subway, three from Central Park and a skip and jump from the Carnegie Deli.
  10. standman

    standman Member

    Don't be afraid of boutique hotels. Rooms can be larger than typical NYC rooms. You can always get across town via cab or subway. Check out the Hotel Elysee on the East Side.
  11. cougargirl

    cougargirl Active Member

    Here's another idea - renting an apartment in mid-town. Here's a link:
  12. Webster

    Webster Well-Known Member

    Worst comes to worst Inky, you and the missus can always stay with us. Four adults and a toddler in an 850 square foot apartment shouldn't be a problem.
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