Yes, we all want to go to New York City and no not all of us can afford those fancy hotels. However, what if we told you that you can actually spend a night (or two or three) in NYC without spending too much. Here are some of the most affordable hotels where you can stay for a bite of the Big Apple without the Big Apple taking a bite out of your budget.
10. Fairfield Inn and Suites – From $ 239 per night
Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott New York Manhattan-Downtown prides in their staff knowing what you need and what you really don’t. Situated at 95 Henry Street, NY, the hotel is near attractions like Chinatown, Battery Park and the 9/11 Memorial.
The hotel offers free breakfast (you can choose from buffet, continental, American, Grab-n-Go breakfast and Hot breakfast), free high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi in the lobby. They also have a business center, a fitness center and dry-cleaning and laundry services.
9. Carvi Hotel New York – From $219 per night
Located at 152 East 55th Street in NY, the Carvi is ideal for both short-term or long-term stays. The rooms are designed with European architecture and décor, each one with a refrigerator and mini-bar.
Hotel services include shuttle services, room service and Internet access in all rooms, guest areas and public spaces. They also have a business center.
The hotel is near Ipanema Restaurant, which serves Brazilian and Portuguese cuisine. The Carvi is also within walking distance of points of interest including Central Park, Fifth Avenue, Times Square and the Rockefeller Center.
8. Hampton Inn Manhattan – From $197 per night
Aside from competent service from staff, Hampton Inn Manhattan/United Nations Hotel offers two things other hotels don’t; the Hampton bed and the Hampton On-the-Run Breakfast Bag for those who want a healthy meal but just don’t have the time to sit down for one.
All 148 rooms are wheelchair-accessible. Great views of Manhattan skyline are assured with superior rooms.
The hotel is located at 231 East 43rd Street just north of Tudor City. It is also within walking distance of historical landmarks such as the Chrysler Building, the Grand Central Station, Penn Station and the Port Authority. Fifth Avenue, Bryant Park and Times Square are also just nearby.
7. Amsterdam Court – From $179 per night
How about a little of Europe in Manhattan? Amsterdam Court boasts of Art Nouveau style decorations and lovely furnishing in the European style. Located at 50th Street and Broadway in the historic Theater District, this seven-floor 136-room hotel is also just minutes away from the sights to see in the Big Apple.
Hotel amenities include a safety deposit box at the front desk, dry cleaning and laundry service, complimentary newspapers in the lobby and reliable service by a multilingual staff.
6. Hotel Belleclaire – From $159 per night
Situated on the Upper West Side, 250 West 77th Street to be precise, Hotel Belleclaire once hosted Mark Twain. Of course amenities have drastically changed since he stayed there as all rooms on the nine-story hotel have iPod docking stations with AM/FM radio and alarm clock, a 32-inch flatscreen TV with cable and pay-per-view movies, a mini-refrigerator, telephone with voicemail, individual climate control, a hair dryer and an ironing board with iron.
Hotel Belleclaire is strategically located being just two blocks from the nearest subway station, three from the Museum of Natural History, six from the Children’s Museum of New York and 10 from the Lincoln Center.
5. Hotel Pennsylvania – From $129 per night
The Hotel Pennsylvania is in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, more specifically 401 7th Avenue, New York, just a short distance away from landmarks like the Empire State Building and Times Square.
The 26-floor hotel has over 1,700 rooms including convention rooms, meeting rooms and an executive floor. Fitness facilities and laundry facilities are also available. Pets are allowed although smoking is not.
4. The Wingate – From $126 per night
This Wingate by Wyndham is located at 235 West 35th Street, just three blocks from Madison Square Garden. Other NYC attractions like Times Square and Central Park are just a mile away.
Hotel amenities include a 24-hour business center, free continental breakfast, a fitness center, dry cleaning and laundry services, wireless Internet access, and free newspapers. All 92 rooms of the 18-floor hotel have Internet access, bath amenities, safes, ironing boards with irons and also coffeemakers.
3. Marrakech Hotel – From $122 per night
Well, yes, this is New York, but how about a taste of Morocco while you are here? Marrakech Hotel does just that, letting the guest have a taste of the exotic North African country through architecture, mood and food.
Located at 2688 Broadway on the Upper West Side of New York, the hotel is just directly outside the NYC subway and just a short ride to downtown NY attractions like Times Square and Fifth Avenue.
2. Days Inn Hotel – From $111 per night
Located at 215 West 94th Street, the 14-floor 245-room Days Inn Hotel is just two miles from Times Square and a short distance from other places of interest in New York City. All rooms have air-conditioning, data ports from various mobile devices and cable TV.
Services include free bell service, free coffee, free local calls and complimentary use of exercise equipment. They also offer laundry services, valet laundry services and safety deposit box. They also have a business center.
1. The Jane – From $109 per night
It might be located at Soho and Greenwich Village in NYC but those staying at the Jane will feel they are on board a ship. This is because rooms at The Jane are inspired by luxury ship cabins including a compact twin bed with built-in drawers and upper and lower storage. However, the modesty ends there. All rooms come with air conditioning, iPod dock, clock radio and a 26-inch LCD TV with built-in DVD player.
Their Café Gitane offers French and Moroccan food, you can also take your meals on the sidewalk seating section. The hotel also offers free bicycles for those who want to explore the city.
The hotel has a bit of history to it; survivors of the 1912 sinking of the Titanic were housed in this hotel until the end of the inquiry into the incident.
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