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Thanksgiving in USA from £469pp: 4nt iconic New Yorker hotel stay & flights (4 share)

Thanksgiving in USA from £469pp: 4nt iconic New Yorker hotel stay & flights (4 share)


Thanksgiving falls on 22 November this year and you can spend it in the Big Apple, at one of the most iconic hotels in the city that never sleeps for a barrrgain price.

Grab your squad for the holiday of a lifetime, staying at the 4* New Yorker hotel in Midtown and with return flights, for as little as £469 per person, based on 4 sharing. A deposit of just £79pp secures this amazing deal.

Couples can also travel from £548 per person, based on 2 sharing, and there are also a couple of dates in January which are even cheaper!


Booking Info Timeframe: 19. Nov. 2018 - 24. Nov. 2018

London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham
New York

Holiday details:

  • Travel duration: 4 nights
  • Travel dates: November & January
  • Example date: 19 - 23 November
  • Departure from London to New York
  • 4* The New Yorker A Wyndham Hotel (rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor)
  • Great midtown location
  • Cabin luggage - Included
  • Board basis – room only
  • ATOL protected package
  • Based on 2-4 adults (other options available)

Price breakdown for 4 adults sharing:

Price breakdown for 2 adults sharing:

About your stay

The New Yorker Hotel is an iconic part of Manhattan's skyline, the red letters being as much a part of Midtown as Times Square or Rockefeller Centre. The Art-Deco inspired, high-rise 4* hotel -- which first opened its doors in 1930 -- is a great choice for first time visitors to the city as it's only a few blocks from Times Square and 200 yards from Penn Station.

It has a jaw-dropping lobby with marble and chandeliers, as well as 2 restaurants (one with enviable views) and a gym. Rooms are spacious by New York standards and have free Wi-Fi, TV with HBO and coffee makers available upon request.


Please note -- Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability.

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