Fitzpatrick Grand Central celebrates being named one of NYC’s top 10 hotels

 

Travelocity customers have named The Fitzpatrick Grand Central Hotel one of New York City’s top hotels. In celebration, the hotel, located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, is offering a very special offer to guests who book through Travelocity.

From now until 14th August 2011, use Travelocity to book a stay between 1st January and 7th March 2012 and receive an exclusive rate of just $159 per night.

Culled from thousands of customer reviews, the top ten hotels represent a diverse range of hospitality styles and star ratings.  In addition to the Fitzpatrick Grand Central, Travelocity customers’ top 10 hotel picks include The Benjamin, The Carlyle – A Rosewood Hotel, Room-Mate Grace, The Surrey Hotel, The Iroquois New York, Trump Soho, Morgans Hotel, The Desmond Tutu Center and Hilton Garden Inn Times Square.

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  1. Kris Koeller says:

    A curious list. My personal favorite is the Bryant Park Hotel, but I can see how that’s not for everyone. Big thumbs up for the Surrey and Morgans (post reno) as well.

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