The Getaway Mavens sure love a deal. Especially when it comes to luxury hotels. Especially in New York City. So, when we received the following Press Release, we just had to alert our readers. Book quickly – these hotels, at $100, $200, $300, and $400, per night, will fill up quickly.
NYC’s biggest city-wide hotel promotion is back and better than ever! Today booking goes live for the seventh annual Hotel Week NYC, which offers guests great getaway and staycation deals at distinguished hotels for fixed rates of just $100, $200, $300 or $400 per night – down from standard rates that can be upwards of $500. Travelers can start shopping participating hotels now at www.hotelweeknyc.com.
This year, Hotel Week NYC has launched a dedicated website making it even easier to search hotel deals all in one place. Users can filter properties by price and neighborhood, and explore detailed descriptions and image galleries that feature guestrooms, public spaces and hotel amenities like spa and dining options. Once visitors make a selection, a single click takes them directly to the participating hotel’s booking page to secure the promotional rate.
“Hotel Week is a fabulous time to explore NYC, beat the crowds and take advantage of low prices and luxurious hotel amenities,” says hospitality veteran and Hotel Week NYC founder Nancy J. Friedman. “It’s also a wonderful opportunity for locals to enjoy a staycation and support the hospitality industry during what is typically a slow time for tourism.”
Friedman launched Hotel Week NYC in 2010 to address the occupancy dip most hotels experience post-holiday season while giving travelers the chance to experience unparalleled hospitality when deals are at a premium.
This year’s hotel participants include Viceroy Central Park New York; Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC; The James New York, NoMad; Refinery Hotel; Hotel 50 Bowery; Archer New York; Hotel Giraffe; Hotel Elysee; Library Hotel; Hotel Indigo Lower East Side; The Paul Hotel NYC; and The Casablanca Hotel Times Square with additional hotels to be announced.
Visit www.hotelweeknyc.com for more information.