Upper Yorkville Suites

1876 3rd Avenue, New York City, New York, 10029, United States
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Hotel Website?

by luckykelly

Three of us are visiting NY for 5 days shopping in early November. We land in Newark so what is a useful website to plan our journey into Manhattan?
And I am BAMBOOZLED looking at the huge array of hotels and prices. What is the name of the website where you book a hotel in a particular district, rather than the actual hotel?
Many thanks!

Re: Hotel Website?

by 10028

You're coming at an expensive time, so don't be shocked by hotel prices. Have a look at tripadvisor's hotel page. You can select your options re neighborhood, price range, star ratings, etc. Before you book anything, be sure to read all the recent reviews and look through the candid photos posted by travelers.

The easiest way for three people to get into Manhattan is taxi. Because New York yellow taxis aren't allowed to pick up fares out of state (you're landing in Newark, New Jersey), you can take a local taxi at the queue, or book a car service. If you use a car service, make the reservation in advance and then phone them from the courtesy phone at baggage claim, they come within a few minutes. Most frequently recommended are Carmel and Dial7.

You can also come into the city by rail link (Airtrain connecting to NJ Transit), or express bus, but unless your hotel is right near there, you'll have to transfer again to a local bus/subway/taxi. And it's not much of a savings for three people. You might as well take a car service.

Re: Hotel Website?

by ter1413

Agree with the taxi suggestion. Between 3 of you, the cost will be reduced. Just followup the signs for ground transportation/taxi when you deplane and grab you bags and go right outside to the line. I retruned home a few weeks ago and flew into Newark and the line was no more than 5-6 minutes. It can be longer/shorter depending. Do the saem when you are flying out...grab a nYc cab and have them take you right to the airport...

Hotwire.com

by davhu1

You can also try priceline.com where you can name you price. Do more research about priceline before putting in an offer.

Re: Hotel Website?

by 10028

Priceline only guarantees one bed, so it's not a good choice for three people. You can give hotwire a try though. There are "cheat sheets" available on sites like betterbidding.com or biddingfortravel.com.

Re: Hotel Website?

by luckykelly

Thank you so much for all your help. Will let you know how we get on! Hadn't thought of getting a taxi into Manhattan so we'll do that.

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Christmas Evening Wonderland

by SLLiew

One of my favorite time in NYC is during the year end festive season from Thanksgiving, Christmas to New Year's Eve. The Christmas tree is up and lighted with angels all around. Traditionally, everyone look for the tradition Christmas window decoration of Macy and all the Christmas tidings that you can see in the shops around including Saks Fifth Avenue. It is fun to be amidst the rush to buy Christmas presents but remember your Jewish friends celebrate Hanukah. There are Christmas carols sung live or through piped music. You may have to explain to the kids why there is more than one Santa Claus on the same street. Anyway, do not be a "Scrooge" but drop at least a "Lincoln" for Salvation Army or any charity coin box.

Greenwich Village_The Hub_for_The Avante_garde!

by Mimbari2003

Hello!

New York City in unique in many ways, for example it has the world's largest National Park: 85 sq miles .

The city is the epi-center for International Business that deal with large capital & assets.

New york City is the only plural city in the world (today) where their is no social strife/riots happening: People tend to get along quite well despite the volume of people living & working in this relatively small space.

'Time Square' today is buzzing with theatrical; social & nion attractions that boggles the mind of any new arrival. Hello!

I have always thought New York City to be another world. Coming from a dveloping country (Guyana), I was enamoured with this city immediately upon arrival via Greyhound Bus, directly from Washington DC.

The high-rise buildings; Time square in its' entirety, and Central Park.

The things that I would miss the most if I have to leave New York city would be the Life of the City; The People; The impression of haste in everyone, and the constant Noise!

See the business district at...

by Ifsi

See the business district at rush hour, people are not walking, they are literally running to get the bus, the subway, etc. The Ellis Island Museum of Immigration is not as popular as the Liberty Statue but a lot more interesting. Twelve million people passed through this immigration center between 1892 and 1954. The Museum shows exhibits and films about the emigrants experience.

Walk around and enjoy, there...

by bumblebee

Walk around and enjoy, there is so much to see everywhere - most people are very friendly even if they look so busy. Join the crowd and make your way up to the top of a skyscraper - the Empire State building is great, the World Trade Center is even better - try to count the yellow taxies and stay there when it gets dark and watch the city lights.

The titanic Dog

by csordila

Jeff Koons's highly recognizable dog named Puppy - a symbol of "love, warmth and happiness" - has been exhibited in the U.S. for the first time above Manship's Prometheus in the sunken plaza in front of the Rockefeller Plaza, overlooking the Channel Gardens in July 2000.
First created in 1992 for a temporary exhibition in the city of Arolson/Germany. Rising more then 13 meter, the sculpture was constructed from steel armatures to hold over 25 tons of soil and an internal irrigation system. Over 50,000 flowering plants grew from this structure, including Petunias, Lobelias, Begonias, Impatiens and other annuals.
Location: Fifth Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets.

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 Upper Yorkville Suites

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Address: 1876 3rd Avenue, New York City, New York, 10029, United States