Will Z Hotel in Long Island City-Queens Fill Up with 100 Dollar Night Deal for NYC Hotel Week, Jan 6-15

Visitors to New York (including some of my family members) want to do so many things while they are in town that they often turn down offers to stay in the burbs.

Will they make the trek to Z Hotel, a new boutique hotel in Long Island City, Queens to take advantage of their $100 a night Deal during NY Hotel Week running from January 6-15.


Hotels in Manhattan offering the $100 promo include budget option the Hotel @ Times Square.

Other offers are priced at $200 and $250.

I wish New York Hotel Week had a proper site with full details.

I had to rely on NYC 'Hotel Week' rates as low as $100 a night (Hotel check In, USA Today) by Barbara De Lollis for real details on the promo.

As with any deals, she advises those interested to read the fine print.

January treats in Big Apple for the flexible traveler.

(* Image of Z Hotel lobby from hotel website, by Reuben Negron Photography)

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