HOTEL OF THE WEEK
Ace New York: Puzzled
What’s a three-letter word for a hotel offering guests a free dose of crossword puzzle love? Stay at Ace and get two free months of the New York Times Crossword, either by app or the old-fashioned paper way. Included is entry to this winter’s group-solve puzzle series led by a NYT (cross)wordsmith on November 16, December 14 and January 18 at 11 a.m. For the ultimate in group solve, tackle your puzzle on a sofa in the lobby where you're (almost) sure to be surrounded by fellow puzzlers. To learn more about Ace...READ ON
FROM THE BLOG
Where do you want to be when the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade marches into town on November 27? The constellation of hotels with rooms overlooking the festivities changed dramatically in 2012 when the route switched from Seventh to Sixth Avenue. Though the room count shrunk, it’s inched up in the last two years thanks to …READ ON
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