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Talking turkey day in the Big Apple

Posted by Paul Kandarian  October 18, 2013 12:53 PM

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If you find yourself in New York City this Thanksgiving, there are a couple hotel deals to keep in mind. The newly renovated Affinia Manhattan has signed on as the official hotel partner for the 87th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Nov. 28, and is offering a package for the big event. Rates start at $360 per night and the package is valid for a minimum three-night stay, which includes: Up to four tickets to the parade; breakfast to go from 5:30-7 a.m. before the parade; hand warmers; a $100 food and beverage credit; 20 percent off dinner at Niles New York; and 10 percent off shopping at Macy’s.

Also, as part of the hotel’s VIPaws program, guests bringing their pooches can treat them to the “Doggie Delights” menu at Niles, which includes – we are not making this up - sautéed beef tips, a six-ounce sliced steak, and three-ounce simply grilled steak. Guests can also add a donation to the Humane Society of New York onto their hotel bill at check-in.

When booking, use promotional code PRDUPN. For info on the package or to book, visit www.affinia.com/parade

At the Conrad New York all-suite hotel in Lower Manhattan, they’re running a package that includes a suite, Thanksgiving dinner for two in ATRIO Wine Bar Restaurant, a bottle of wine in room upon arrival, two $10 Metro cards to see the parade, and a $20 Century 21 gift card for shopping.  Rates start at $544, and you can also upgrade to the VIP package, with rates starting at $744, and get a bigger suite, and roundtrip, private-car transfer to and from the parade. Check it out at www.conradnewyork.com/promotion-category/specials-packages/

 

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