It’s hard to believe we’re well into Autumn and soon the thoughts of the holidays will be creeping into each of our minds. For some people, going to New York City is part of the pre-holiday festivities. I will be spending a lot of time in NYC this coming holiday season and I will be reporting live from the Thanksgiving Day parade as well as other activities during my stay.
Thanksgiving in New York City. If you haven’t booked your air or hotel for Thanksgiving in New York City, the good news is there is still availability at many hotels.
Pricing based upon double occupancy (2 people sharing one room) and arriving on Wednesday, November 24, 2010 and departing Sunday, November 28, 2010:
The Palace Hotel (5 Star Hotel) – Superior room with king bed $299 per night plus taxes and local charges totals $1,381.92 for 4 nights when booked on Expedia.com
Omni Berkshire Hotel (4 Star Hotel) – Deluxe room with king bed $278.10 per night plus taxes and local charges totals $1,285.48 for 4 nights when booked on Expedia.com
Hilton New York (3.5 Star Hotel) – Standard room with queen bed $314 per night plus taxes and local charges totals $1,590.84 for 4 nights when booked on Expedia.com
Hotel Pennsylvania (2 Star Hotel) – Standard room with queen bed $314 per night plus taxes and local charges totals $1,590.84 for 4 nights when booked on Expedia.com
Pricing is per person & includes taxes and is based upon arriving after 12 noon on Wednesday, November 24, 2010 and departing Sunday, November 28, 2010 before 12 noon. Additionally, flights are based upon departure and return from Salt Lake City, UT
Delta Airlines (Flight 3 departure on November 24 and Flight 1275 on November 28) – Non stop service from Salt Lake City to New York City (JFK) – $479.41 per person including taxes
Other flights are as low as $404.40 per person including taxes on Jet Blue (based upon an overnight flight that arrives at 5:20AM on Thursday and departs at 8:30pm on Sunday)
To book your Thanksgiving trip to New York City visit your favorite online booking site or local travel agent.
An excellent guide to getting around New York City can be found here: echoflam.com/luxury-travel-in-newark/new-york-city-transportation-guide