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Hostelling International: The Big Apple’s Best Deal

Hostelling International: The Big Apple’s Best Deal April 26, 2011 | Hotels | Read More
Visitors may rave of our world-renowned hotels like Trump Tower and the W Hotel, but there are alternative lodging options that provide a unique New York experience all their own – hostels. Hostelling International New York Only a short walk from Central Park and minutes from Columbia University,...

Rachel’s Featured Gems: Ace Hotel New York Affordable Art Fair Package

Rachel’s Featured Gems: Ace Hotel New York Affordable Art Fair Package September 30, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
“Rachel’s Featured Gems” is written by (you guessed it!) Rachel Greenberg, NileGuide’s Marketing Coordinator. Her opinions may be biased, but her taste is impeccable. New York sure isn’t short on amazing art. Between the finest of the fine art galleries and dudes on...

Opening: The James New York

Opening: The James New York September 7, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
September 1st marked the eagerly awaited opening of The James New York hotel in Soho, a Big Apple branch of the popular Chicago hotel The James. The James New York, Grand Street in Soho Located on Grand Street at Thompson Street, the James New York has 114 guestrooms and suites, as well as a lobby and...

Boutique Hotels for Less

Boutique Hotels for Less June 21, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
The quest for affordable, comfortable and stylish lodging in New York City continues. A while back, the New York Times wrote about the trend in tiny, chic hotel rooms. They featured places like the Ace, the Jane and the Pod (apparently the tiny trend extends to hotel names as well). Now a new crop of...

New York City’s Coziest Cocoons

New York City’s Coziest Cocoons May 5, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
This weekend, the N.Y. Times took a look at one of the latest trends in hotel living in New York City: the tiny hotel room. From the West Village to Midtown, the newest hotels resemble chic, well-appointed youth hostels, with shared bathrooms and rooms with not much more space than your average closet. In...

More Than Just a Place to Stay: Get To Know The Ace Hotel

More Than Just a Place to Stay: Get To Know The Ace Hotel April 13, 2010 | Hotels, Things to Do | Read More
New York has been abuzz with talk about the Ace Hotel since it opened last year. The chain, which also owns properties in Portland, Seattle, and Palm Springs is known for going outside the hotel box by collaborating with exciting interior designers and artists for the rooms, integrating itself into the...

Trump SoHo New York Opens

Trump SoHo New York Opens April 8, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Fans of “The Apprentice” may remember back in 2007, when Donald Trump announced his newest project, a 50-story building in the heart of trendy Soho that would be the first condominium-hotel in New York City. That “awe-inspiring masterpiece,” as Trump called it then, is finally...

Woody Allen’s New York

Woody Allen’s New York March 24, 2010 | Food, Hotels, Things to Do | Read More
It may be safe to say that no other filmmaker or artist has become as synonymous with New York as Woody Allen. Thanks to loving camerawork and a wide-ranging array of location shoots, the city itself serves as one of his most fascinating characters. Carnegie Deli, by machity via Flickr Let’s start...

Haunted New York

Haunted New York March 23, 2010 | Food, Hotels, Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Every city has its ghost stories—I’ll always remember a spooky walk through Edinburgh‘s Greyfriars cemetery, for example—and New York is no exception. Though it can’t claim as rich a haunted history as places like New Orleans or Savannah, and it can’t boast an Alcatraz of...
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