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interconnecting rooms in Manhattan

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interconnecting rooms in Manhattan

We've got a couple of nights coming up in NYC and want to stay in Manhattan but not in too busy an area. We arrive day one early pm and leave day three at 7:15am so time is at a premium.

I have a wish list and would appreciate some advice on hotels to look at...

* Interconnecting rooms (four beds and two bathrooms)

* Great views - high up is good

* At or less than $1,000/night

* Modern or at least contemporary so my kids don't feel like it's a palace

* Planning to eat out including breakfast

* Not fussed about in-room entertainment as we will be out & about most of the time

* Ideally walking distance to one or two of the main NY attractions

Also, which sites do you recommend for getting good deals?

Thanks for your help!

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1. Re: interconnecting rooms in Manhattan

Affinia Dumont has some connecting rooms. The skyline suites have incredible views with the Chrysler Building as the centerpiece. The rooms are large, extremely clean and have kitchens. The subway is a couple of mins. walk up 34th Street and the Empire State Building and Herald Square are a few blocks away.

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2. Re: interconnecting rooms in Manhattan

The Doubletree Suites in Times Square has interconnecting room, though I can't say if they have your needed configuration. (We stayed there for a few nights after Hurricane Sandy and our interconnecting suites each had a king bed and a foldout sofa bed). It's a place to look into, though! :)

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3. Re: interconnecting rooms in Manhattan

Look at the Beacon hotel on upper west side but it won't have views. Doubletree suites is in Times Square so doesn't fit your request not to stay in a busy area. It does have good options for larger groups and great views of Times Square. I have stayed there a couple of times with the family in a suite with 2 Queens plus sofa bed in the other room but just one bathroom.

For views look at the Marriott courtyard central park, which is new and fits with your contemporary criteria and for views. Not sure if it is in budget but pretty sure they will have interconnecting rooms.

Affinia Dumont is in a less busy area and is good for larger groups. They have suite style accommodation. Grand Hyatt grand central has interconnecting rooms and is less busy than Times Sq and contemporary. Views are not fab and not sure if in price range for your stay.

To get more assistance then you need to give exact dates of your stay as prices vary day to day.

Edited: 07 February 2014, 21:32
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