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NEW YORK CITY HOTEL DEALS

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Aliz Hotel Times Square

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Free WiFi
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MOXY NYC Times Square

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good Fitness Center
Pet friendly
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Element Times Square West

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Free WiFi
Parking
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good Fitness Center
Pet friendly
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Holiday Inn Manhattan Financial District

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Hyatt Place New York/Midtown-South

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Free WiFi
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good Fitness Center
Pet friendly
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Riu Plaza New York Times Square

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good Fitness Center
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NEW YORK CITY BREAKS

Visit New York – and see the world! Nowhere else offers such diversity in such a compact and exciting way; and no other city has the energy and arrogance to make it work so well.

This year New York City is preparing to make its Christmas celebrations bigger and better than ever before.

 The festive season in New York traditionally kicks off with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 23rd

The parade is seen by hundreds of thousands of people lining the streets as the procession of marching bands, floats and huge balloons of famous cartoon characters make their way through Manhattan to Herald Square.

As Christmas trees are put up across the city, one popular pastime for New Yorkers is ice skating. A number of rinks are established for the winter, with the most famous being Central Park’s Lasker and Wollman rinks. The skating below the Rockefeller Centre is also worth heading to.

New York also likes to shine for the festive season. The Empire State Building this year will be illuminated with red and green lights for Christmas and with blue and white for the Jewish festival of Hanukkah.

Grand Central Station will light up with a laser show every half hour throughout December and Bronx Zoo has brought in expert light technicians to add a new dimension in the holiday season.

The festive season comes to an end with the city’s New Year celebrations. Time Square is the focus of the fun as the crowds brave the cold weather to cheer in the New Year as the famous ball drops.

New York City is made up of the five boroughs of Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island and Manhattan. Within these boundaries live 7.2 million people, including significant populations of Spanish, Irish, Italian, Chinese, Russians and Jewish. It’s an eclectic mix of the world’s cultures and nationalities, and means that anything you could possibly want, in NY, “You got it!”. You can eat anything at anytime, and while you sleep the city keeps on going, churning out the American dream.

 

Explore the city on foot and you will find that the highlights are all around you, compelling, addictive and in your face. Alternatively catch one of the famous yellow cabs down Broadway or jump aboard the subway trains that rattle their way through the city’s many neighbourhoods – it’s a unique place no matter what perspective you take on it.

The city has outstanding museums, cultural icons like the Statue of Liberty, and even a vast dose of parkland right in the middle of Manhattan. You’ve got the centre of American commerce, sitting alongside Greenwich Village’s community of gentrified bohemia, and you can see Broadway and baseball all in one day. Like a truly great city, The Big Apple takes its contradictions and diversity and blends them into an exciting, spicy cocktail that will fire your imagination and bring you back for more.

And, if you’re wondering about the origins of the city’s famous sobriquet it actually comes from jazz musicians’ slang for small towns: “little apples” or even “the sticks”; but New York was always the “Big Apple.” The name has stuck and no other title encapsulates this amazing place quite so well.

Begin your evening with a romantic Liberty Helicopter ride over New York City during the gorgeous twilight hours of 5 to 9 pm. As you glide around Manhattan you and your partner will be mesmerized by the amazing aerial views from the helicopter that New York City has to offer.

After your New York helicopter ride you can then select one of four unforgettable restaurants just minutes away on foot. To place a booking please visit the  Helicopter Tours website

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