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New York City hotels slash prices to boost occupancy this January during ‘Hotel Week’

Excerpt from Fodor's

Dec 29, 2012 12:01 am

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These promotions seem slightly less relevant to the spontaneous booker with the emergence of apps like HotelTonight that allow locals and tourists to book similarly discounted rooms all year long.

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The holidays don’t have to end for travelers: the second annual New York City Hotel Week is right around the corner, and with it great rewards.

Kicking off on January 4, and stretching through January 20, the bargain-themed event will see rates drop at 26 boutique hotels to between $100 and $250 per night. Visit New York Hotel Week’s site to see the full list of participating properties…

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