NYC Hotel Week in full swing with 22% discounted room rates
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NYC Hotel Week in full swing with 22% discounted room rates

NEW YORK CITY — NYC & Company’s first-ever NYC Hotel Week is officially underway, with 22% discounted room rates at more than 110 hotels across all five boroughs.

Running from Jan. 4 through Feb. 13 and presented by Mastercard, NYC Hotel Week kicks off NYC & Company’s annual city-wide deals program that also includes NYC Restaurant Week, NYC Broadway Week and NYC Must-See Week. Known as ‘NYC Winter Outing,’ the program is now in its third year.

“As we welcome the new year, we stand firm in our commitment to support the city’s hospitality industry, which has shown resilience in these unprecedented times,” said Fred Dixon, President and CEO of NYC & Company. “NYC Hotel Week proudly supports hotels across all five boroughs and encourages visitors and New Yorkers to safely enjoy some of the city’s finest accommodations during a time with less crowds and more opportunity.”

Participating hotels in NYC Hotel Week include: The Beekman Hotel; Lotte New York Palace; The Pierre New York; The Langham, New York, Fifth Avenue; Opera House Hotel; Hilton Garden Inn New York/Staten Island; The Rockway Hotel; and The William Vale. Reservations can be made at nycgo.com/hotelweek.

The overarching NYC Winter Outing program runs from Jan. 18 through Feb. 13 and combines deals across all five boroughs on dining out, Broadway shows, attractions, museums and performing arts. NYC Hotel Week marks the first time deals on accommodations are included in the program.

Bookings for the other three programs will open to the public on Jan. 11; Mastercard cardholders can enjoy early access from Jan. 6-9.

The Key to NYC program mandates proof of full vaccination for patrons and staff of indoor dining, indoor fitness and indoor entertainment and certain meeting spaces, including proof of one vaccine dose for children 5-11 years old as of December 2021. Patrons should visit each location’s website for additional information on safety protocols.

For more information go to www.nycgo.com.