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Midtown Manhattan used to be the rather colorless, business-oriented section of NYC — unless you were ready to brave the Times Square crowds, of course. But there seems to be a bit of a hotel renaissance in this part of town, with a slew of new properties popping up... Read More

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If Andrew W.K.’s hits “Party Hard” and “Party Party Party” are any indication, the rock star definitely knows how to have a good time. In true festive fashion, he recently served as Stoli Vodka’s Resident Professor of the Party, celebrating 35 years of nightlife at The Pyramid Club in Manhattan on... Read More

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Not long ago, the idea of staying in Brooklyn, Queens, or the Bronx instead of Manhattan during a New York City visit would’ve been met with disbelief. One, who stayed overnight in the outer boroughs unless a flight was involved? Two, no one could name a decent hotel because…well... Read More

Rink at Rockefeller

Whether you’re coming to see the Rockettes, or gaze at the decked-out store windows along Fifth Avenue, New York makes for an incredible holiday vacation destination. Weeks before Thanksgiving, though, the city is already starting to prep for winter, beginning with the opening of its iconic ice rinks. Here’s... Read More

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Affinia Hotel Macy's Parade Package

Fall in New York City is one of the best times of year. The weather is incredible, fall foliage is at its best in Central Park, and there’s plenty to celebrate. If you’re planning a trip to the city in November, consider coming for the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day... Read More

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Hilton New York Herb N Kitchen

Hilton New York made headlines earlier this summer when it decided to do away with room service and focus instead on a new grab-and-go dining concept that offers “quick, gourmet food options” in a self-service format. For many, the move was seen as a way for the company to skimp on... Read More

NYC Tourist Spots that Locals Love

Real New Yorkers know not to set foot in Times Square unless they have to. The Statue of  Liberty? Who has the time? These 10 iconic NYC landmarks are unique in their ability to delight not just tourists – but locals too. From iconic diners to urban parks and... Read More

10 Places to Picnic in the US

One of the best ways to get to know a place is through its public green spaces. Next time you’re traveling, pack a picnic and enjoy. Here are our picks for the best places to picnic in the U.S. this summer. ... Read More

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The Dilemma: You’ve spent the day admiring the bright lights, soaring billboards, and glittery marquees of Times Square. After spending most of your budget on a Broadway show, you emerge from the dark theater only to be surrounded by a throng of hungry tourists. There is nothing but lackluster... Read More

With the spring and summer vacation season kicking into full gear, millions of tourists choose to spend some time in The Big Apple each year. Finding  a comfortable, affordable hotel in New York City can be tricky, overwhelming, and time consuming. Let the headache of hotel hunting end here.... Read More

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This spring, stay at a hip hotel in New York City while reaping major savings. Rooms at the Aloft Harlem begin from $156 per night this spring. With rates as high as $279 at the Aloft in late May, you’ll save 45% – or $127 – by booking this... Read More

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The Jane Hotel

Looking to enjoy the Big Apple this spring without busting your wallet? Stay at The Jane Hotel, one of Manhattan’s best-kept secrets. This 100-year-old hotel, which once housed survivors from the Titanic, has undergone major renovations and now boasts cozy rooms for savvy visitors. Rates at the storied West... Read More


Stay at the 4-star New Yorker Hotel this winter, a historic Art Deco hotel in the heart of Manhattan. With the hotel’s “Stay Warm in NY” package, pay only $169 per night – a savings of 30% on current hotel rates. You’ll receive a free upgrade to a View Room... Read More

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The growing rooftop trend is branching out. Not only are these coveted sky-high squares providing hotels with happening outdoor space, some are also serving as a valuable plot for horticulture. Hotels in cities across the U.S. are growing green thumbs in an effort to provide farm-to-table produce without... Read More


Though the InterContinental New York Times Square actually opened July 12, the ribbon cutting ceremony last week – keynoted by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg – officially heralded this new property as one of the greenest in the city. As part of its bid for LEED certification, the... Read More