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Places to Stay in NYC
We've reserved rooms at the following three hotels.
Call by July 5 and ask for the Soltz/Short wedding for special rates.
You may find even better rates (for these hotels and others) at Expedia.com or QuikBook.com.
The W Tuscany
120 East 39th Street between Lexington and Park Avenue
Uptown luxury meets downtown attitude in this hip hotel. This intimate, 122-room Murray Hill hotel is 3 blocks from Grand Central, the United Nations, and Park Avenue. The quintessential cozy hotel.
The W hotels are known for affordable luxury, excellent service, and nifty little perks, like Bliss bath products and fluffy bathrobes.
The W Times Square
1567 Broadway at 47th Street
A distinct downtown feel to the heart of Times Square. Most rooms boast magnificent views of the neon spectacle of Times Square; thankfully, the shades do a good job of blocking out most of that light at night and the double-paned windows keep the rooms surprisingly quiet. Modern and linear, each room is a marvel in design and pillar of comfort.
You can't get any more New-York-City than Times Square! This W is ultra-modern and ultra-central.
55 Church Street
Named to the prestigious Institutional Investor 2004 World's Best Hotels list, this slender, shining high-rise hotel includes an indoor pool with floor-to-ceiling windows framing views of 18th-century St. Paul's Chapel. The guest rooms provide a warm, residential ambience, elegantly furnished in soft soothing natural hues.
We love Lower Manhattan (we live here)! The rooms at this hotel are more traditional than the Ws, but they have lots of high-tech amenities like plasma screen TVs* and a data port on the clock radio for your mp3 player.
*Don't let us catch you watching TV instead of exploring New York.
Hotels in Lower Manhattan
If you're feeling adventurous, try Priceline.com.
Feel free to ask us for more suggestions.