Midtown Manhattan, Executive Jr. Suite – from $241, Includes: Breakfast, 4:00 PM Check-out, $50 private city tour credit + more, 650 sq. foot suite, Save 50%!United-States / New-York / New-York / St.-Giles-Hotel-New-York---The-Court
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“Summer in the City” takes on new meaning with this incredible TripAlertz deal at the 4-star St. Giles Hotel New York – The Court, a beautiful and sophisticated luxury, boutique hotel starting at just $241 per night in an Executive Junior Suite. Stay in your own spacious suite including breakfast daily, free WiFi and $50 toward a customized NYC tour. As an added bonus, this getaway also features a late check-out (4 p.m.), giving you even more time to catch all the sights New York has to offer. Plan to spend a few days – there’s so much to discover and so much to experience – and with this amazing deal, you’ll be saving 50% in the process! Take a bite out of the “Big Apple” without putting a dent in your wallet. But you have to act fast. This great deal is sure to sell out in a New York minute!
WHATS INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL
- Accommodations in an Executive Junior Suite or Executive Suite for 2 adults (rooms can accommodate up to 2 additional guests for a $35 fee per stay, payable directly to the hotel)
- FREE breakfast daily for 2 adults at Icon Restaurant ($50 value) - breakfast is free for children 16 & under. Additional adult breakfast available for $20 (a 20% TripAlertz savings)
- $50 credit towards a customized tour of NYC with HipHost (one credit per room, per stay)
- FREE WiFi
- Late check-out (4:00 p.m.) - $100 value
- Choose either a 650 or 700 sq/ft suite, with a private bedroom and living space
- Complimentary access to state-of-the-art fitness center
ABOUT ST. GILES HOTEL NEW YORK – THE COURT
Experience the ultimate in top-quality service and sophisticated style in the heart of midtown Manhattan at St. Giles Hotel New York – The Court. This luxury boutique hotel is ideally located at the corner of 39th Street and Lexington Avenue in the city’s stylish Murray Hill neighborhood. Originally built as a luxury apartment residence, The Court is unique, a true lifestyle hotel, boasting over-sized guest rooms and suites with nine-foot ceilings and a host of in-room amenities. Icon Restaurant, in the lobby, serves breakfast daily – included in your TripAlertz getaway. The hotel also features a trendy bar/lounge with sofa-style seating, flat-screen TVs and a small-plates menu. Plus, the best that NYC has to offer is so accessible from “39th and Lex” – within walking distance of Fifth Avenue’s shops and sights, Grand Central Station, Union Square, the United Nations, and the vibrant lights of Times Square. World-class museums, Madison Square Garden, Central Park, and lower Manhattan – with “The Village”, Ground Zero, Chinatown, and Little Italy – are only a short ride away by subway, bus, or taxi.
Spacious suites feature 650-700 square feet of living space, contemporary décor, state-of-the-art technology, and premium amenities – it’s like your own stylish apartment in the heart of midtown Manhattan!
Suite amenities feature:
● Separate bedroom with luxury King-size bed
● Separate living area (sofa bed option available, one-time $35 fee applies, payable to hotel directly)
● Luxurious linens and towels
● Bathroom with make-up mirrors, hairdryer and bathrobe
● Bath amenities by Philosophy
● Mini bar and snacks
● LCD flat screen televisions with digital movies on demand
● Clock radio / alarm / docking station
● Complimentary WiFi
● Dual-line cordless phone, dataport and voicemail
● In-room safe
● Pet amenities upon request
FOOD & DRINK
Breakfast for two adults is included at the Icon Restaurant – where the full menu is sure to satisfy any craving. During the summer months, you can enjoy open-courtyard seating. In the afternoon and evenings, stop by the stylish Court Bar – a midtown Manhattan favorite – for a drink and small-plate nibble before or after a night on the town. They’re also known for mixing up some of the best Martini’s in the city. Make sure to ask the front desk for additional dining recommendations. The hotel’s ideal location has you within minutes of unforgettable dining, no matter what you’re craving. In Manhattan, the world is your oyster. New York City boasts many neighborhoods that offer great culinary experiences. Hop a bus, hail a cab or take the subway down to Chinatown or Little Italy – you’ll never get a sub-par meal, and the prices are very reasonable.
ADDITIONAL HOTEL INFORMATION
● Check-in time: 3:00pm
● Check-out time: usually 11:00am, but 4:00pm for TripAlertz guests
● Business services available
● Valet parking available ($50/day sedans; $60/day SUVs or Oversized vehicles)
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
New York City is laid-out like a grid, so it’s easy to get around by foot, subway or bus.
See the Sights: On Land
Starting in Midtown – walk down fashionable Fifth Avenue any time of day or night. Take in the neon, the hustle and bustle of Times Square and the unforgettable the view from the Empire State Building. Head uptown to The Rock (Rockefeller Center), stop in at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on the way to MOMA (Museum of Modern Art). If downtown’s your destination, hop the subway (it’s easy, inexpensive and fast) down to The Village, Wall Street, Ground Zero and the new 9/11 Memorial Museum. For Uptown enthusiasts, start in Central Park, head over to the Museum of Natural History or the Metropolitan Museum of Art. And nothing says “New York” like afternoon tea at the Plaza Hotel’s fabled Palm Court.. the list is endless!
See the Sights: From the Water
Summer in the city brings all sorts of different sightseeing opportunities. Take a Circle Line tour around Manhattan Island – a fun way to spend a hot afternoon or evening. Or catch a ferry at Battery Park in Lower Manhattan and head over to Ellis Island to pay homage to the millions of immigrants – and probably some of your ancestors – who entered America through her gates between 1892 and 1954. Make sure to spend some time on Liberty Island, home of the Statue of Liberty who stands guard over New York Harbor. For another perspective, take a ride on what some guidebooks call one of “the world’s greatest, and shortest water voyages” aboard the Staten Island Ferry which will give you amazing views of Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan on one memorable roundtrip crossing!
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 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!
See a Show
Everyone should try to attend at least one show on Broadway – the “The Great White Way”! The best way to do so… if you’re a bit flexible is to visit the TKTS Booth on 42nd Street in Times Square on the day you want to see one. You may have to wait on line for a bit, but it’s worth it as they offer tickets to Broadway and Off-Broadways musicals and plays at up to 50% off. With dozens of productions on sale every day, there’s surely something for everyone!
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.
● Prices are per night for up to 2 adults. Suites can accommodate up to 2 additional guests for a $35 fee per stay, payable directly to the hotel
● Hotel taxes and service charges are not included in the price above, but will be charged upon check-out with TripAlertz
● Transportation to New York is not included
● Blackout dates: June 5-7, June 12-13, 2012
● Reservations are non-transferable and non-refundable; cancellations and changes are not permitted.
● Changes may be accommodated for a $25 fee (subject to availability), during the offer period on TripAlertz.com. After the sales ends no changes can be made.
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