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ChiefsFanatik88
05-09-2009, 08:26 PM
Anyone recommend a good hotel in New York City that is not far from finance district?

Dylan
05-09-2009, 09:14 PM
i'll hook you up after the nascar race.

Dylan
05-09-2009, 09:21 PM
check back later

OmahaChief
05-09-2009, 09:29 PM
Millenium Hilton Hotel. Have stayed there and loved it. Right across from ground zero. Our room was about $479 a night for a junior suite. Highly recommend though.

Jenson71
05-09-2009, 09:30 PM
Do you want something really cheap? Nothing is too far in Manhattan. Subways get you anywhere quick.

Skip Towne
05-09-2009, 09:42 PM
i'll hook you up after the nascar race.

Isn't that stupid race over yet?

whatsmynameagain
05-09-2009, 09:50 PM
night hotel, right in timessquare, 280 a night i met dee snyder out front of there and cranberry 2 this amazing deli/buffet is across the street, and its cheap for nyc anyway. check it out for sure, amazing location.
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Jenson71
05-09-2009, 09:56 PM
Here's a subway map: http://www.mta.info/nyct/maps/submap.htm

The financial district is on the southern tip.

If you stay in Times Square, you'd take the Red Line 1 downtown.

DaneMcCloud
05-09-2009, 10:15 PM
I like the W Hotels in NYC. Not because the rooms are anything special (they're not) but because the restaurants are amazing and they're centrally located.

If you stay in Times Square, there's a W at 47th and Broadway. The restaurant is called the Blue Fin and they have a jazz trio at least 3 nights a week.

I've also stayed at the W Union Square and the restaurant there is Olives. Absolutely amazing. The room was "okay" but the bar was great.

I choose vibe over the room.

Have fun!

Stanley Nickels
05-10-2009, 12:27 AM
We got a VERY affordable (for NYC) room at the Soho Grand Hotel, at the corner of W. Broadway and Canal. About $225 from hotels.com.

Nice hotel, super lounge/bar area that is very busy on Saturday nights. The bar is ridiculously pricey, but if you can afford to hang there, it's quite an impressive crowd. We had two drinks and had to leave, lol

Raised On Riots
05-10-2009, 12:30 AM
I recommend sleeping on a park bench in Thompkins Square Park.

Beaker.:p

Dylan
05-10-2009, 01:40 AM
Here you go: I'll recommend a few in different price ranges

Ritz Carlton, Battery Park - 5 Star --

http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/BatteryPark/Default.htm


Millenium-Hilton on Church St -across from the former Twin Towers

http://www1.hilton.com/en_US/hi/hotel/NYCMLHH-Millenium-Hilton-New-York/photoGallery.do


Marriott Downtown at Albany St. 4-5 blocks from Wall Street

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/nycws-new-york-marriott-downtown/


Club Quarters, Downtown at Williams St/ Located within a block & near The New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve Bank & World Trade Center

http://www.clubquarters.com/loc_nyWallStreet.aspx


The Gild Hall - Thompson Hotel at 15 Gold St. 4-5 blocks from Wall St/Financial District
http://www.thompsonhotels.com/


*Now, if you want to have fun at anytime - Day or Night, I highly recommend Tribeca Grand Hotel: Wall Street/Financial District approx 10-12 blocks. I guarantee you'll thank me... if you here strictly for business ... maybe next time :D

http://www.tribecagrand.com/

Dylan
05-10-2009, 02:12 AM
Isn't that stupid race over yet?

LOL. ... you know that an asscar race lasts a good 4-5 hours... LMAO

especially when you add in cars going airborne, tires flying into the stands taking out an entire row, cars bursting into flames as the wheelholder runs out of talent -- you never know who's going next --- this ain't the NFL, where a player breaks a little knee -- we're watching guys possibly losing their lives on the track. ... it takes time, skip

you watched mikey get burnt to a crisp tonight... its over/ the end, lights out

http://media.thatsracin.com/smedia/2009/05/09/23/903-SPORTS_CAR-NASCAR_21_CS.standalone.prod_affiliate.158.JPG

Raised On Riots
05-10-2009, 02:15 AM
LOL. ... you know that an asscar race lasts a good 4-5 hours... LMAO

especially when you add in cars going airborne, tires flying into the stands taking out an entire row, cars bursting into flames as the wheelholder runs out of talent -- you never know who's going next --- this ain't the NFL, where a player breaks a little knee -- we're watching guys possibly losing their lives on the track. ... it takes time, skip

you watched mikey get burnt to a crisp tonight... its over/ the end, lights out

http://media.thatsracin.com/smedia/2009/05/09/23/903-SPORTS_CAR-NASCAR_21_CS.standalone.prod_affiliate.158.JPG

That sounds like the Greatest PPV NASCAR Race that will never happen.:D

Dylan
05-10-2009, 02:21 AM
come join us for a race... after a couple of races, seeing all the blood and gore/ you get used to it after a year or two... you'll be hooked for life.

i'll set you up with a good aggressive (born killer) driver... i'll pick you a winner.

that reminds me --

skip if you read this == i told ya'll to keep an eye on Nationwide Kewskowski -- the rookie stepped into a Cup race last week and WON at Talladega. Amazing. Dega's the hardest track to race in Nascar ... and where's baby jesus? ... he's probably still driving in circles looking for the finish line

Raised On Riots
05-10-2009, 02:29 AM
come join us for a race... after a couple of races, seeing all the blood and gore/ you get used to it after a year or two... you'll be hooked for life.

i'll set you up with a good aggressive (born killer) driver... i'll pick you a winner.

One of the guys I work with, he and his bar/fishing buddies have a pool every year, 5 bucks a race. Each guy picks a driver, and the winner at the end of the year gets the pot and gets top pick on driver for the next year.
He chose Jimmie Johnson about the time he started to rise, so he's been doing pretty good.

KCChiefsMan
05-10-2009, 03:21 AM
A couple of rich guys like you should be stayin at the Waldorf, or the Palace.

The Palace sounds good, take us there

No Semi, we go to Queens!

Skip Towne
05-10-2009, 06:02 AM
LOL. ... you know that an asscar race lasts a good 4-5 hours... LMAO

especially when you add in cars going airborne, tires flying into the stands taking out an entire row, cars bursting into flames as the wheelholder runs out of talent -- you never know who's going next --- this ain't the NFL, where a player breaks a little knee -- we're watching guys possibly losing their lives on the track. ... it takes time, skip

you watched mikey get burnt to a crisp tonight... its over/ the end, lights out

http://media.thatsracin.com/smedia/2009/05/09/23/903-SPORTS_CAR-NASCAR_21_CS.standalone.prod_affiliate.158.JPG

Wow. You make it sound like so much fun. Do you get to see the blood squirting out?

Rain Man
05-10-2009, 11:22 AM
It's not easy walking distance to the financial district (30+ blocks), but I've stayed at the Algonquin a couple of times and really like it. It's on 44th street just east of Times Square, and it's a nice historic hotel. In the $250 range.

It's the only hotel I've ever stayed at in Manhattan, so I guess I can't say it's better or worse, but just that I liked it and the price and location were good. And I've walked to the financial district, but it just takes a while. The subway will get there pretty quick.

http://www.algonquinhotel.com/?src=ppc_google_219sundayrate&gclid=CPqd96qhspoCFR0SagodYHQXcw

MIAdragon
05-10-2009, 11:27 AM
When we have to go to the city we stay in the Grand Hyatt New York, its not bad price wise but dont go expecting to be blown away with the rooms or anything.

Frazod
05-10-2009, 11:33 AM
I stayed at the Waldorf Astoria once - I was expecting the room to be magnificent, but it was rather bland and in need of a good modernization. The lobby was certainly impressive, though.

Jenson71
05-10-2009, 11:50 AM
Here's what I do: get a bed at the Broadway Hostel. It costs $30 a night in an 8 bed dorm. Can't beat it. The subway is down the street just 3 short blocks. Bring your own soap though because you don't want to touch the stuff that others leave behind. Plus you can meet some people and they met buy you drinks.

Either that, or the Chelsea Hotel. The Chelsea Hotel is inexpensive for a single room. You can probably get one for less than $100. Plus, it's famous. Bob Dylan stayed there and wrote "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands"

MIAdragon
05-10-2009, 12:14 PM
Here's what I do: get a bed at the Broadway Hostel. It costs $30 a night in an 8 bed dorm. Can't beat it. The subway is down the street just 3 short blocks. Bring your own soap though because you don't want to touch the stuff that others leave behind. Plus you can meet some people and they met buy you drinks.


Sounds like a great place to get crabs, a sore ass and the shit kicked out of you before the same guys that bought you those drinks steal your shit.

Jenson71
05-10-2009, 12:17 PM
:D Hasn't happened so far.

The first night I stayed with two lesbians from Australia (unless they were just really cold). You seem some different people, but no crabs, no sore ass, no beatings.

MIAdragon
05-10-2009, 12:25 PM
:D Hasn't happened so far.

The first night I stayed with two lesbians from Australia (unless they were just really cold). You seem some different people, but no crabs, no sore ass, no beatings.

LMAO