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NYC has many places to stay, but here are a few to consider. Prices are for a single room and can vary according to season and availability, so please call them for details.
135 E. Houston Street (212) 358-8844
Starts around $125/night. Within walking distance.
We had a student report favorably on this hotel, just blocks from Noble Desktop. He reports that it was clean and comfortable.
103 Waverly Place @ Washington Sq. West (212) 777-9515
Starts around $195/night. Within walking distance.
The Washington Square gets mixed reviews, but most people seem to like it. Supposedly there has been a lot of renovation so the rooms are nicer. It is certainly in a charming area of the city, right off Washington Square Park.
Starts around $75/night. Anywhere
Prices and availability can vary, but you may want to check them out.
60 Thompson Street (212) 431-0400
Starts around $380/night. Within walking distance.
If you can afford it THIS is the place to stay. It has received nothing but excellent reviews, and is a 5 minute walk from Noble.
310 West Broadway @ Canal St (212) 965-3000
Starts around $449/night. Within walking distance.
The Soho Grand is not only expensive, but very inconsistent. We’ve had some students say it was really nice, and others say the rooms were too small. If you can afford this, try Sixty Thompson instead, see above.
49 West 32nd Street @ Broadway (212) 736-3800
Starts around $229/night. 1.99 Miles from Noble.
One of our students tells us it is clean and an easy subway ride to Noble.
1535 Broadway @ 49th Street (212) 398-1900
Starts around $400/night. 2.75 Miles from Noble.
Prime, expensive real estate near Times Square. If you want to be near the glitz, this place is for you. Top-notch quality.
3 East 40th Street @ Fifth Ave (212) 447-1500
Starts around $229/night. 2 Miles from Noble.
160 East 25th Street @ Third Ave (212) 679-0680
Starts around $70/night. 1.3 Miles from Noble.
If you get wistful when you think of the sixties, and don’t mind sharing a bathroom with strangers, this little ditty is for you. It’s cheap, and about a 5 minute subway ride.