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5 Reasons Extended Stay Hotels Are Perfect for Your New York City Trip

Tyler Barnes Uncategorized

What’s better than a vacation? A long vacation. When you choose to rest and relax at extended stay hotels, whether your reservation is long or short, you get all the benefits of taking a long trip. To put it bluntly, an extended stay property offers more amenities, convenience, and comfort than regular hotels. Best of all, you don’t necessarily need …

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How to Choose the Right Business Hotel That Fits Your Travel Style

Tyler Barnes Uncategorized

Traveling solo on business? The hotel you stay at during your trip can make or break your experience. After all, where will you go between meetings, after a long day of conferences or networking events, and when you need to power through some work sessions? Most likely, the answer will be your hotel room. It will serve as your base …

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How to Find Quiet Hotels in Midtown New York City

Tyler Barnes Travel Tips

Traveling for business? Got meetings, lunches, a conference, or networking on the docket? Sleep is going to be at a premium. Every hour, you get under the covers will contribute to a great performance, high energy, and everything else that adds up to a fantastic business trip. So, when booking a hotel, the top feature you should look for is …

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Doing Business Trips in Style

Tim Welsh Travel Tips

Business trips don’t have to mean all work and no play; choosing the right hotel can mean the difference between luxurious productivity or an aching back from a poor mattress. Instead of putting yourself — and your back — through trial and error, turn your next business trip into a productive, relaxing time abroad. Where to Stay The most important …

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Trial Gym Memberships Nearby

Tim Welsh Travel Tips

Worth the Weight: Trial Gym Memberships Near the Hotel Just because you’re away from home doesn’t mean your fitness needs to take a break. Luckily, the Concorde not only offers a 24-hour gym inside, but is located within minutes of numerous health facilities. The New York Sports Club offers 13 separate locations just in Midtown. Offering classes and activities for …

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Internet Cafes Near the Concorde Hotel

Tim Welsh Explore New York

A change of scenery without the change in speed. Although the Concorde offers high-speed WiFi in every room, we understand that sometimes you need a change in scenery without a change in work speed. Enter: the internet café. Packed with delicious breakfast and lunch options, coffee or tea, and high-speed WiFi, it has everything you need to stay fueled and …

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Daytime Happy Hours in New York City

Tim Welsh Explore New York, Travel Tips

Daytime Drinks at Happy Hour Prices In the City that never seems to sleep, not everyone has the luxury of weekends or evenings off. For the worker that never quits, you need happy hours that know no bounds. For the best weekday happy hour daytime deals near you, stay tuned! Happy Hour Monday through Friday: Beginning at 8 a.m., you …

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Award-Winning Restaurants Near Concorde Hotel

Tim Welsh Explore New York

For food as luxurious as your stay… When a City’s nickname is The Melting Pot, it’s hard to pass up seeing what restaurants have to offer. Luckily, being situated in Midtown East means that there is no shortage of award-winning restaurants nearby. Right down the street is The Grill, a steak and cocktail restaurant set in the historic Seagram Building. …

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Landmarks Within Walking Distance of Concorde Hotel

Tim Welsh Travel Tips

See the sites without paying for a taxi. Part of any stay in New York City is experiencing the neighborhood like a true New Yorker: by walking. When staying at the Concorde, plenty of the City’s essentials are within walking distance so you can see the sites without paying taxi prices. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) – 9 min. Perhaps …