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Lodging

I will have limited information here about hotels in New York City. Suffice it to say that most of them are expensive. You won't find a "cheap" hotel in the city, but if you are lucky, you can find some bargains. Check out the travel and hotel sites on the web, or have your travel agent find you a hotel.

You can also check out more links, including lodging, in the database.

These recommendations are from third parties. I do not have any information about these places. Take the recommendations but make allowance for the fact that tastes vary and you may find a different experience than what you read here.
This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.

The following may help you get started:

  • New York on a budget: the best cheap hotels and restaurants. Information from The Telegraph, a British newspaper.
  • Best Western
  • Choice Hotels Econo Lodge, Comfort Inn, Quality Inn, Clarion Inn, etc.
  • Chelsea Lodge
    318 West 20th Street Telephone: 212.243.4499 Toll Free: 800.373.1116 Email: chelsealodge@mindspring.com
    Chelsea Lodge is a recently renovated hotel located in the heart of the historic Chelsea district in New York City.
  • Double Tree Hotels, Guest Suites & Resorts
  • Eastgate Tower Hotel
    222 East 39th Street Telephone: 212.687.8000
    Eastgate Tower offers a friendly, comfortable and convenient place to stay in New York City. The peaceful, residential feel of its Murray Hill neighborhood belies its close proximity to Grand Central Station, the United Nations, popular shopping destinations, and Midtown corporate offices.
  • Envoy Club Luxury Furnished Apartments / Deluxe Hotel Services.
    377 East 33rd Street
  • Gershwin Hotel
    7 East 27th Street
    Telephone: 212.545.8000
    A trendy, fashionable and artistic hotel offering affordable rates for the budget minded traveller.
  • Hilton Hotels
  • Holiday Inn
  • Larchmont Hotel Greenwich Village
    27 West 11th Street
    Telephone: 212.989.9333
    An elegant European style* hotel in the heart of historic residential Greenwich Village, near all public transportation, and within walking distance to Washington Square Park, SOHO, The East Village, The Flat Iron and Chinatown.
    *Each room has a private sink with a shared shower and toilt down the hall.
  • The Marmara Manhattan A Luxury Extended-stay Hotel.
    301 East 94th Street
  • Marriott
  • New Yorker Hotel
    581 8th Avenue
    Telephone: 212.244.0719
    The New Yorker Hotel is one of the most popular NYC hotels. Come revel in the newly re-imagined grandeur of our historic hotel. Our newly renovated and upgraded guest rooms and suites deliver contemporary comforts that leave nothing to be desired for today's business travelers.
  • Paramount Hotel
    Times Square, 235 West 46th Street
    Telephone: 212.764.5500
    One of the most fashionable Midtown boutique Manhattan hotels is The Paramount Hotel, centrally located in the heart of bustling Times Square. Completely renovated in 2009, The Paramount remains the consummate Times Square New York hotel, with easy access to the Broadway Theater District, Restaurant Row, upscale Madison and Fifth Avenue shopping, Penn Station, and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The Paramount Hotel NY is located one-half block from Broadway on 46th Street — the perfect location if you are here to enjoy the best Broadway shows in New York City!
  • Hotel Pennsylvania
    401 7th Avenue (at 33rd Street)
    Telephone: 212.736.5000
  • The Pod Hotel
    230 East 51st Street
    Telephone: 800.742.5945
    High style and high tech converge at the Pod Hotel, which offers hip, convenient accommodations for the stylish and spendthrifty traveler. Formerly the Pickwick Arms, the hotel is located in the heart of New York City's Midtown East neighborhood.
  • The Regent Wall Street
    800.845.8600
  • Ritz Carlton









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