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HOTEL OF THE WEEK

Hotel Belleclaire: Play ball!

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Babe Ruth Suite living room.

A perk unique to historic hotels is the chance to rub virtual shoulders with the ghosts of the past. Which brings us to the Babe Ruth Suite at the Upper West Side’s Hotel Belleclaire. This sporty suite, chock-a-lock with baseball art and memorabilia, comes stocked with ballpark treats like Cracker Jack, Big League Chew and pretzels in a Yankees crate. Book the Babe Ruth Suite Package between now and opening day (April 5) and two tickets to a Yankees game between June 21 and September 22 are yours with the room. For more...READ ON

 

FROM THE BLOG

March 20, 2015 | 2 Comments

Biting Into National French Bread Day at Sofitel NY

It’s not just the start of spring. Saturday March 21 doubles as National French Bread Day. (It’s also National Puppy Day this year, but never mind). A great baguette (crisp on the outside, full of holes on the inside) is worth celebrating, or so believes the French-inflected Sofitel New York. For one day, guests are …READ ON

 

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Overnight New York covers everything relating to hotels in New York City, from news, deals, and reviews to the culture swirling around them.

The best hotels entertain you from the moment you enter. You can see contemporary art, hear a DJ, play bingo at midnight or take in a Sunday night movie (there’s nothing like a hotel screening room).

Stay for the night, and a great hotel multi-functions at a dizzying level. Yes, you want a comfortable room, preferably with some style and a convenient location, all at a price that won’t result in bankruptcy.

But the right hotel presents the opportunity to try on a new life. Choose with care, and you can feel like a rock star or a start-up star, a president or a princess, if only for a night.

Overnight New York is completely independent with no ties to the hotels you see on this site. Its creator Terry Trucco is a long-time travel writer whose stories and hotel reviews have appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Travel & Leisure and other publications.

We visit hotels anonymously and always pay when we eat and stay so our reporting is honest and unbiased.

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