Everyone knows that staying in nyc can get expensive. So, how do you bring that price down? There are
ways, some that take an adventurous spirit, and some that take a little
sacrifice. Decide what you can afford ahead of time, and begin your
Consider a hostel. Yes, even if you're not 17 with a backpack and an iPod in your ear, a hostel may be right for you. Families, older couples and groups of 20-somethings are all regular visitors at NYC hostels, most of which offer many different types of sleeping quarters to meet your needs.
Consider a guest house/bed and breakfast. Similar to a hostel
in that you may have to share a bathroom, they may offer a bit more
theming and a more personalized welcome. Guest houses are a fun, quaint
way to enjoy NYC on a budget.
Cross the bridge. New York City is expensive, but cross over
into New Jersey, and you're likely to find a better hotel deal. Of
course, you won't be in the thick of the action, but the subway and cab
systems into the city are convenient and affordable.
Take the usual route. Pull out all the usual tricks of the Internet
when looking for a hotel to book. For example, try Internet re-listing
services, hotel bid sites, last-minute websites and all those advertised
Use what you already have. Check to see whether you're an AAA
member or whether you have frequent flier miles or customer loyalty
programs that you could cash in on. Take a look at all of your discount
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