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The Top Times Square Hotels for Fall 2013: NYCTourist.com Declares the Top Hotels for a Fall Vacation in New York’s Times Square
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
With the autumn season approaching and summer coming to an end, travelers are gearing up for fun events, the beautiful turning of the leaves and a chill in the air in New York City. Whether in NYC for Oktoberfest, to watch the leaves change in Central Park or enjoy a Halloween themed dinner at the Jekyll and Hyde Bar & Restaurant in Greenwich Village, Fall in New York is a great time for a family vacation or romantic getaway.
To catch all the best events and spectacles in New York City, guests will want to stay in the middle of all the action – In New Yorks Time Square. NYCTourist has taken the guesswork out of booking the best Time Square vacation this Fall with our list of top Times Square hotels for Fall 2013.
Staybridge Suites Times Square:
340 West 40th Street, New York, NY 10018
(212) 757 – 9000
Enjoy lavish accommodations at this modern NYC hotel, walking distance from all the best NYC has to offer. Take advantage of complimentary WiFi and breakfast, in-room HBO service on a 37-inch flat screen TV and the studio suites kitchen with included fridge, microwave, stovetop, coffee/tea maker and dishwasher. If visiting New York City on business, dont worry Staybridge offers 24-hour business services as well as in-room work spaces. Staybridge Suites in Times Square is also pet-friendly, so guests can visit NYC in luxury without leaving their favorite four-legged friend behind.
The Strand Hotel:
33 West 37th Street, New York, NY 10018
(212) 448 1024
The Strand Hotel features spa-inspired bathrooms with luxuriously decorated rooms which include access to complimentary WiFi, HD flat screen TVs and iPod docking stations. Guests at the Strand can take advantage of the hotels rooftop bar and restaurant, the Top of the Strand chow down while taking in the view of New York Citys famous skyline, including an up-close and personal view of the Empire State Building.
Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel:
714 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10036
(212) 765 7676
Decorated by famous designer Jordan Mozer, this classy boutique hotel boast true NYC chic style. All of the Renaissances rooms feature state-of-the-art technology, luxury bathrooms and hardwood furniture. Take advantage of private meeting spaces for private events or indulge with some cocktails at the in-house restaurant, R Lounge. The hotel is also close to several subway entrances so guests can venture out of Times Square without hassle.
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton New York City Times Square:
1568 Broadway, New York, NY 10036
(212) 719 1600
Located in the heart of Times Square, the Double Tree Suites hotel by Hilton is right across the street from the TKTS Discount Theater Tickets booth making it easy for hotel guests to experience New York Citys famous Broadway shows. The DoubleTree in Times Square is also the only all-suite hotel on Broadway so that those visiting NYC can do so in spacious comfort. A stay at DoubleTree by Hilton includes complimentary access to a 24-hour fitness center, a 24-hour business center and meeting facilities, and access to the in-house Gingers Restaurant or Ad Lib Lounge.
St. Regis Hotel:
2 East 55th Street, New York, NY 10022
(212) 753 4500
Guests can be treated to the Remede Spa when they stay at St. Regis, one of Time Squares most luxurious hotels. Take advantage of St. Regis Butler and Concierge services this NYC hotel wants to make sure every need is covered. Enjoy in-house shopping, salon services, valet parking and limo services and childcare services. Guests can also enjoy laundry services, 24-hour room service and security, unlimited fitness center access and fresh fruit or candy delivered daily to the room.
NYCTourist.com is an authority on traveling to New York City. NYCTourist.com is a one-stop destination when planning a NYC vacation. Find the best information, deals, reviews and tickets for events, attractions, Broadway shows and hotels in New York City. Carli Leavitt, editor of NYCTourist.com, provides in depth information and the city’s hottest deals on hotels, things to do, attractions and Broadway shows.
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Indie Author Marianne Sciucco Joins More Than 140 Authors in Effort to Send Books to US Troops Stationed in Kuwait and Afghanistan
(PRWEB) February 27, 2014
Indie Author Marianne Sciucco has joined more than 140 indie and small press published authors in an effort to send more than 1100 personally signed books to US soldiers serving in Kuwait and Afghanistan. “Authors Supporting our Troops 2014″ was started by horror and military author Armand Rosamilia from Jacksonville, Florida. Rosamilia is the author of “Football Espionage” and “Zombie Football”. Sciucco connected with him after a fellow author posted about the project on Facebook.
“Reading offers an escape from the routine of military life, and books are in scarce supply for many of our troops. I’m proud to help in this small way,” says Sciucco, whose debut novel “Blue Hydrangeas”, an Alzheimer’s love story, hit the top of Amazon’s bestseller list in medical fiction three times. “I’ve been doing a lot of research on women in the military, coming home, and wounded warriors because I’m working on a novel, ‘Swim Season’, which features an Army nurse who comes home from Afghanistan suffering from PTSD and drug addiction. This is a small but helpful way for me to give back.”
Rosamilia, known locally as a radio personality at Surf 1700 AM Radio, says each day he receives three to five packages from authors containing books, and will continue to collect books for another month. “So far, over 500 authors have asked for the mailing address, so I expect many more books. We’ll begin shipping the first set to a soldier in Afghanistan in about two weeks.”
Rosamilia says personal contacts referred him to the soldiers selected to receive the books. “We’ll be shipping to five soldiers overseas in hostile territories, and we’re looking for at least three more.” The soldiers will receive three to five boxes of signed books to pass out to his or her unit.
The cost of shipping such a heavy load is tremendous, but people have been helping to raise the money by purchasing T-shirts and donating money via PayPal. “You don’t have to be an author to help in this cause,” says Sciucco. “Every dollar counts. To find out what you can do please visit the website.”
About the Author
Marianne Sciucco is not a nurse who writes but a writer who happens to be a nurse, using her skills and experience to create stories that bear witness to the humanity in all of us. A lover of words and books, she studied the craft of writing as an English major at the University of Massachusetts at Boston and worked for a time as a newspaper reporter in New England. She later became a nurse. With more than 20 years experience as a staff nurse and case manager, she has worked with countless families dealing with issues related to aging, elder care, Alzheimer’s, and nursing home placement. In 2002, she put the two together and began writing about the intricate lives of people struggling with health and family issues. She published her debut novel, “Blue Hydrangeas,” an Alzheimer’s love story, in 2013 to glowing reviews. When not writing she works as a campus nurse at a community college in New York’s Hudson Valley.