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  2. Now $182 (Was $̶5̶2̶6̶) on Tripadvisor: Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, an IHG Hotel, New York City. See 12,101 traveler reviews, 4,460 candid photos, and great deals for Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, an IHG Hotel, ranked #323 of 530 hotels in New York City and rated 4 of 5 at Tripadvisor.

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  3. Drawing both suited-up business travelers and families on the go to bustling Times Square. The huge, 46-story L-shaped Crowne Plaza Hotel Times Square Manhattan dominates its Theater District block on three sides, with multiple entrances leading guests from the ground-floor foyer up to the lobby.

  4. Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, an IHG Hotel. 1605 Broadway between 48th and 49th Street | New York, NY 10019-7406 [SEE MAP] #210 in Best New York City Hotels. View All 120 Photos ». Credit.

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  5. As of May 27, 2023, prices found for a 1-night stay for 2 adults at Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, an IHG Hotel on May 29, 2023 start from $189.0, excluding taxes and fees. This price is based on the lowest nightly price found in the last 24 hours for stays in the next 30 days. Prices are subject to change.

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    Katie and I were lucky enough to snag one of the Cathay Pacific first-class mistake fares from Da Nang, Vietnam to NYC. Shortly after Cathay Pacific confirmed that it would honor the fare, I started looking for a hotel for our short two-night stay in NYC. And as a IHG top-tier Spire Elite, I started my search there. I figured at worst I'd book two ...

    The definite selling feature of this hotel is its location, just a block from the heart of Times Square off of Broadway between 48th and 49th street. Except for a large and partially burnt-out sign, the main entrance on Broadway isn't especially grand: The back entrance -- designed for car pickups and dropoffs -- is even more understated: From eith...

    When we arrived at 12:30am, the front desk was unoccupied and there were several people in line. Quickly we found out what a mess we were walking into. The traveler in the line ahead of us informed us that the hotel's reservation system was down. Another traveler chimed in that he'd been waiting for a room since 9:30pm, a whole three hours earlier....

    We booked a "King Bed Traditional Room Nonsmoking," and that's the type we got -- no upgrade this time. The centerpiece of the small room was the not-quite-king-size bed, which measured an awkward 69 inches wide by 80 inches long. In the back corner of the room, there was a comfortable chaise with a small side table. The room description included a...

    When I got back to the hotel from the TPGoffices on the second night, I stopped by the front desk to inquire again about our packages and ask if my request for late checkout was processed. Curious about the check-in speed and details -- and since there was no elite check-in line -- I joined the general check-in line. The agent who helped me was com...

    With the drink coupons in hand, Katie and I headed to the lobby bar for our "drink and a light snack." The drink choices were limited to beer, wine or a non-alcoholic beverage and we each opted for a Brooklyn Brewery Lager, one of just three beers on draft. Both were served in Blue Moon glasses. No light snack was provided with the drinks, but we w...

    In the back of the lobby bar, there was a small business center stocked with three computers and a printer. One of the three computers was labeled as "available exclusively for printing airline boarding passes." One of the most fascinating aspects of the $30 per night facility fee was the "29,000 square foot New York Sports Club fitness facility." ...

    If you want to stay in a major chain hotel in Manhattan, you're typically going to have to pay a lot -- either in points or cash. Meanwhile, the hotels themselves aren't the best versions of that brand, as they realize they're able to fill these properties despite offering a mediocre hotel. Through dozens of nights at Manhattan hotels, I've found f...

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