Stay & play in the heart of the Big Apple: Stay 1/1/12 - 2/29/12United-States / New-York / New-York / The-Blakely-New-York
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Unbeatable New York Midtown Getaway Package!
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There’s nothing like a visit to New York City during the winter. The fun and excitement is still there. The endless list of things to do is still endless. But you know what’s great about a Big Apple visit in January or February? The crowds are less crowded….there’s so much to do “indoors”, and when the temperature goes down, so do the prices! Have we got your attention? Good. This remarkable deal puts you in the heart of the action at a truly lovely boutique hotel where location and comfort reign supreme. Our amazing getaway to the Blakely New York Hotel lets you take a bite out of the “Big Apple” without putting a dent in your wallet – it doesn’t get much better than this!
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL
● Accommodations in a Superior Queen room for 1 or 2 guests
● FREE Continental Breakfast Buffet daily
● FREE Wi-Fi
● FREE New York Times newspaper
● 24-hour access to on-site fitness facilities
ABOUT THE BLAKELY NEW YORK HOTEL
The Blakely New York is ideally located in the heart of midtown Manhattan on 55th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues. The hotel prefers the “traditional” touch, as reflected in the comfortable “over-stuffed” furnishings, dark woods and muted colors which you’ll find throughout the hotel. There’s a highly-respected on-site restaurant, and guests have 24-hour access to modern gym facilities on-site. Best of all, The Blakely is within four blocks of Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Columbus Circle, fashionable 5th Avenue and a host of subway stations to help get you to all what the Big Apple has to offer - for comfort and convenience, The Blakely can’t be beat!
All rooms at the Blakely New York have been designed with your comfort in mind. Room décor features a soothing English library style, with elegantly appointed cherry wood furnishings rich oak baseboards and trimmings. Enjoy the best of time-honored and modern, with a combination of these traditional in-room appointments and the best in contemporary amenities.
Superior Queen Room amenities feature:
● Spacious room with queen bed
● Luxurious down bedding, Egyptian cotton linens and pillow-top mattress
● Flat screen TV
● CD/DVD player
● Wireless internet access
● Work desk
● Full kitchenette with sink, microwave, mini-fridge, dishes and flatware
● Marble bathroom with bathtub, shower and Penhaligon bath amenities
● Hair dryer
● Frette robes
● Iron / ironing board
● In-room safe
FOOD & DRINK
You can start your day with a complimentary Continental Breakfast Buffet in the Abboccato Ristorante located in the hotel. After breakfast is cleared, the restaurant’s Italian heritage comes to life with a delectable menu of time-honored Italian recipes with lunch, dinner, pre-theater and late night supper menus. Make sure to enjoy the “small plates” and a relaxing drink at the elegant bar.
As this is Manhattan, you can get any cuisine you’ve heard of, and also sample an array of unique fare that you may not be all that familiar with. Manhattan boasts many “neighborhoods” that offer great culinary experiences. Take the subway down to Chinatown or Little Italy – you’ll never get a sub-par meal, and the prices are very reasonable. Check with the hotel’s expert concierge desk for recommendations – they’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.
MORE HOTEL AMENITIES & GUEST SERVICES
The Blakely New York offers access to a 24-hour on-site fitness facility, as well as on-site parking for $38 per night per car and 24-hour concierge services. Don’t laugh – this is New York, and also known as “the city that never sleeps”!
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
NYC is laid-out like a grid, so it’s easy to get around by foot, subway or bus.
See the Sights
You’re never far from something to see or do in Manhattan. Walk down fashionable Fifth Avenue any time of day or night. Take in the neon, the hustle and bustle of Times Square. Walk uptown to the beauty and tranquility of Central Park – if there’s snow on the ground, it’s a picture-postcard come to life. And of course there’s the 9/11 memorials in lower Manhattan, Greenwich Village, Wall Street, The Rock (Rockefeller Center – take a turn on the skating rink – it wouldn’t be winter without a spin on the ice, a favorite activity for one and all), St. Patrick’s Cathedral... the list is endless.
See the Seaport District
Head down to the water to the South Street Seaport Museum – a fabulous historic district with a large concentration of 19th-century renovated mercantile buildings and fascinating sailing ships. Located where Fulton Street meets the East River, you’ll find a booming enclave of shops, restaurants and attractions for a fun-filled afternoon or evening. Stroll around the streets and try to imagine the sea-faring way of life which once flourished in lower Manhattan.
Culture + Education = Museums
New York boasts just about the greatest concentration of museums of any city anywhere, with some of the most world-famous here in the Big Apple. MOMA (the Museum of Modern Art) houses some of the most amazing contemporary collections (Tip: admission is free on Target Free Friday Nights from 4:30 to 8:30pm – double check with the concierge if you’re in NYC on a Friday.). The Metropolitan Museum of Art is in a “grand” category alongside the London’s British Museum and Paris’ Louvre. The American Museum of Natural History is a treat for everyone with super dinosaur exhibits and space shows at the Hayden Planetarium.
Time Warner Center
The Time Warner Center, located at Columbus Circle in the heart of Manhattan (and within walking distance of the Blakely New York) is a 2.8-million square foot thriving up-scale “vertical” urban neighborhood with shops, restaurants, entertainment venues, hotels and apartments. With its collection of specialty high-end retail stores, fine-dining establishments by world-renowned chefs and the Jazz at Lincoln Center concert hall, this is a must-see “destination” – don’t miss it!
New York is served by three airports (LaGuardia, JFK International and Newark Liberty International), two train stations (Grand Central and NY Penn stations), the New York Port Authority Bus Terminal and countless interstate highways from all directions. Your mode of transportation to the hotel will depend on where you arrive in the New York area. Suffice it to say that it will be by car, taxi, bus, subway or on foot!
● Prices are per night for 1 or 2 guests
● Maximum 2 guests per room
● Hotel taxes and service charges are additional
● Transfers to the hotel are not included
● Extra nights available upon request from TripAlertz
● Travel valid between January 1-February 29, 2012
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