What is not to love about New York City?! Bright lights, entertainment available steps away, an assortment of delicious fare at your fingertips in the beloved city that never sleeps! This deal comes from the brilliant hotel of Hudson New York.
It is a legendary hotel in the middle of Manhattan decorated in a modern and hip interior by Philippe Starck. This hotel featured a gorgeous outdoor space to enjoy a drink or two under the city lights. All the rooms have been freshly renew since 2012 and are a bit on the small size, starting at 150 square feet. But with so much to do in New York, a room size will be the least of your adventure worries.
Let’s check out what this lovely hotel has to offer, shall we?:
• Normally priced at $119, today’s deal is $95/night (on sale now- up to 20%)
• 3.5/5 star rating on TripAdvisor
• Superb location and is steps away from a lot of NYC’s top sights
• Each room is designed in an upscale sleek and contemporary style that is inspired by a transatlantic journey
• Beautiful outdoor space at the Private Park to enjoy a craft beer or specialty cocktail drink a la Sex in the City style
• Within walking distance from Central Park; enjoy a lovely sunset stroll before coming back to the guest room
• Parking available on site and is pet-friendly
• Be aware that this is a nightclub scene so if quietness is what you are looking for, this may not be a place for you!
To take advantage: Register with my link first here to get 5% off your booking!
Then click here to reserve your stay 🙂 Enjoy
Sometimes traveling overseas can easily savage your travel funds but with a little planning and education, you can have a great time with extra cash to spare. So if you’re planning a trip to Japan anytime soon, don’t forget to study these 8 tips on saving you some money while you’re there:
1! Kissa & Tell
Manga Kissa are establishments where visitors can relax in their own private booths and enjoy Japanese comics for hours on end. For about less than [US] 10 bucks or 1,000 Japanese Yen [Read More…]
I enjoy looking for ways to save a buck or two and the habit is no different when it comes to traveling. So, if you are looking for more smart ways to save some money as you vacation? Keep reading because I compiled some more adventure hacks that you can use before and during your trip! [Read More…]
Today we look at statistics and the behaviors of the techie traveler! What exactly is a tech traveler, you ask? A techie traveler is the modern globe-trotter who relies on technology via electronics to assist and document their awesome adventures. This infographic created by Lab 42 provides the hardcore statistics and analysis of the typical techie traveler from the start of the trip to post-vacation mode. Do you consider yourself one?
Hello everyone! Today I present a great article by fellow blogger, Determined Diva Travels. Be sure to visit her blog, link available below the post!
PARIS- The city of love and lights, the fashion capital and a destination on just about every wanderers bucket list. Paris is known for its luxury, its famous attractions and world-renowned cuisine.
Which makes it safe to assume it’s not fit for a budget traveler right? Well I love a good challenge! So here is an itinerary on how I managed to plan my Paris trip for under $500 including flights.
Let’s begin with the generally largest expense for travel [Read More…]
I love the islands of the Bahamas for its relaxed easygoing lifestyle, pristine aquamarine water alongside the coastline, and it’s amazing and delicious conch dishes. I wanted to visit the quiet side of Bahamas without the party hype or busy metropolitan scenes like Nassau. So, I decided to go to Freeport located on the Grand Bahamas Island. This part of the island is laid back and quiet perfect for me since it was the exact ambience I was looking for.
I booked my family’s hotel stay at the Pelican Bay Hotel located in Lucaya and the Bell Channel Bay. I noticed a significant hotel stay difference traveling there the last week of September as compared to leaving in the month of August- close to a major USD $300 difference.
I also recommend accessing a multitude of hotel booking websites for the best price offer and review the possible promotional codes. Having done my research [Read More…]
From my personal experience, one of the rewarding things about visiting a different country is observing the cultural differences against what I’m used to. It gives me a sense of appreciation and I experienced the most enlightening account from when I spent time in Egypt.
I was on my way back to Cairo from Aswan via the overnight train when the train came to a sudden halt at seven in the morning. I looked out the window to witness children playing in the dirt when one of them spotted a tattered doll they found. The expressions of joy on their face captured my heart [Read More…]
Welcome back to my “itinerstory” on visiting London in six days. Day Five led me to visit two historical places on a rather gloomy day but it was so worth the damp trip. Enjoy!
It is about a quarter until 7 in the morning now. I looked up from the room’s window and fixed my gaze to the glass ceilings. It is rainy outside. But the rain wasn’t going to hold us up from exploration. We weren’t hungry but we helped outselves to the stash we build up in the mini-fridge. In a previous [Read More…]
Hey guys! Here is a new post segment on my favorite YouTube videos showcasing the most adventurous thrill-seekers on the planet lovingly called #FREEFALLFIRSTFRIDAY! And of course, these videos will be posted on the 1st. Friday of each month! Best part was when the buddy swings away from the building before departing! Haha 🙂
Enjoy and let me know what was the craziest adrenaline pumping experience you had in the comments!