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Serviced Apartment in NYC

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Serviced Apartment in NYC

Hi there

Myself and a bunch of friends (there's six of us in total) are planning an 8 week trip to the US. Our first stop is New York for 4 nights in March. We are thinking about staying in a serviced apartment big enough for all six of us. Does anyone have any tips on serviced apartments in New York? Is it even reasonable to think we could get somewhere big enough for 6 adults?

Any tips would be so helpful! Thanks!

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1. Re: Serviced Apartment in NYC

The Eastgate Tower has a 2 bedroom suite that can accomodate 6 adults

www.affinia.com/New-York-City-Hotel.aspx…

It is a short 5 min walk to Grand Central Terminal and about a 15 min walk to Times Square .

It is part of the Affinia group that have several hotels across the city.

Edited: 07 September 2012, 11:50
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2. Re: Serviced Apartment in NYC

Eastgate is probably the cheapest big option where you can get a king bed and 2 queen beds anda sofabed. The are other hotels with 2 bedroom 2 bathroom suites that will sleep 6 like the Salisbury, the Beacon and the Doubletree Guest suites (listed from cheapest to most expensive) but they generally dont list their 2 bedroom prices online. You have to phone or email. The Alex also ahs 2 bedroom suites. The only place with 3 bedroom 3 bathroom is the Marmara.

Www.apartments2book.com

is a London based agency that has contracts with many of the apt/hotels and can often get better pricing than you'd get on your own. I'd send them an email too.

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