Thursday, February 21, 2008

Bargains on 3- and 4-star hotels in NYC

Quikbook has found 13 chic boutique hotels in NYC for around $200 per night. Our favorites include:

Hotel Thirty Thirty ...from: $163
It's stylish, minimal and chic. Its monochromatic, modern decor looks expensive, but it's surprisingly affordable. At 30 W. 30th Street, it's in a great central location - close to terrific neighborhoods like Gramercy Park, Murray Hill and Union Square. Relax in the stylish cocktail bar or settle into Zana's for a great Mediterranean meal. Feel like bringing the pooch? Hotel Thirty Thirty is pet friendly. On a quiet block between Park and Madison Avenues, it's so nice to come home to

Eastgate Tower Suite Hotel ...from: $169
If you're looking for the best of form and function, the Eastgate Tower is the spot! It's a modern yet peaceful Midtown setting with close proximity to corporate offices, Grand Central Station, the UN and famed NYC shopping. Guest suites emphasize that "home away from home" feeling with fully-equipped kitchens, comfy oversized sleeping rooms and Wi-Fi Internet access. And while you're there, don't miss the Sonora Restaurant - best known for its regional Italian faves.

Washington Jefferson Hotel ...from: $180
"Smart, stylish, sophisticated and affordable," is the hotel's promise. For only $180 a night, the Washington Jefferson hotel delivers! Located on West 51st Street, this newly remodeled hotel offers a central location within walking distance of the Theater District, Times Square, Rockefeller Center and other points of interest. Guestrooms feature value packed extras such as free wireless Internet access, Frette linens & towels, Gilchrist & Soams bathroom amenities and goose down comforters.

Gershwin ...from: $185
Each of the unique 13 floors at the Gershwin Hotel boasts its own installation of original art from renowned modern artists. The hotel also hosts an "Artists in Residence" program, which supplies upcoming artists with a place to live, work and exhibit their art. The lobby was renovated in 2003, and much of the original art remains.

Jolly Hotel Madison Towers ...from: $200
Don't let the funny name fool you. This very clean and quiet hotel puts you right in Midtown, close to it all. Recently renovated, the spacious rooms are crisp and fresh and the spa is so nice to come home to. With an exceedingly courteous staff, there's a lot to be jolly about.

Park South Hotel ...from: $219 customers knew a good thing when they found it. Pure luxe in a location that's a little off the beaten path. This small and stylish gem is still centrally located, but it's tucked away on a side street - with amenities and style worth at least $100 more than they charge.

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