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New York hotel deals for next to nothing

If you want to catch the bright lights of the Big Apple, now is the time to book your hotel if you don’t want to break the bank. Case in point: We found a trio of fabulous New York deals we suggest you book today.
/ Source: Sherman's Travel

Travel by: Various through early January 2008

The deal
If you want to catch the bright lights of the Big Apple, now is the time to book your hotel if you don’t want to break the bank. Case in point: We found a trio of fabulous New York deals we suggest you book today. Pay $420/night for seductive Midtown luxury at The Alex; $200 at a prime midrange property in the Theater District; or a mere $60/night at a nifty Upper West Side hotel.

Seductive stay at The Alex for just $420 a night
This brainchild of famed designer David Rockwell features sleek guestrooms with modernist furnishings; mod perks such as flat-screen TVs; and tropics-meet-the-city details like bamboo floors and rainforest showers in the bathrooms. On the premises is the raved-about Riingo restaurant. Frommer’s says: “The Alex not only continues the trend of high style, it takes it to a new level.” Not surprising rates typically start at $500/night but thanks to Hotels.com you can have an overnight at this seductive Midtown retreat for $420.

Sojourn at Belvedere Hotel for $200 a night
This midrange hotel is excellently positioned right in Manhattan’s Theater District. Fodor’s claims it’s “done with a sharp retro-modern-deco flair ... the impressively stylish public spaces lead to sizable, comfortable, freshly renovated, and attractive rooms.” On the premises, you’ll an excellent Brazilian steakhouse. Standard rates at this popular property with a prime location and outstanding service run north of $400/night but you’ll pay only $200.

Overnight at West End Studios for $60
If you’ve planned on visiting the Big Apple on a shoestring in the next couple of weeks, this Hotels.com special for $60/night is undoubtedly your best bet. It gets you an overnight at cozy West End Studios on Manhattan’s swanky Upper West Side. While you can’t expect much in terms of perks at this European-flavored building, you can count on staying in a comfortable room with a spick-and-span shared bathroom. But most importantly, you can’t beat the location of this nifty spot.

The dollars
See nightly rates above, based on double occupancy.

The catch
Set aside a wad of cash for pricey New York activities.

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