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Where to Stay on Your Business Trip to New York City

When booking accommodations for a business trip to New York, there are many factors to consider. You want a hotel with nice rooms, a convenient location and great business amenities, such as WiFi and conference rooms. If you're not sure where to start, read on for our New York travel guide for business-friendly hotels.

Grand Hyatt New York

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The Grand Hyatt is ideally located in the center of Midtown Manhattan. If the guests are planning to travel to or from Grand Central Station, it's the perfect choice because it's directly connected to the city's transportation hub. This may be New York's most business-friendly place to stay, as hotel amenities include express check-in kiosks and a currency exchange center. There are also several conference rooms available, making it one of the best meeting locations in New York.

Algonquin Hotel

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The charming Algonquin Hotel near Times Square and Bryant Park will impress any guests who want to live amid New York history. The famous guests over the years have included the founder of the New York Times. However, the hotel is not only historic, but also business-friendly. It offers a special business travel package which includes free WiFi, newspapers, breakfast and 24-hour access to the gym. Each room has a microwave and flat screen TV. There is also a business center, restaurant and glamorous bar on site, so it's the perfect spot for entertaining clients and enjoying the NYC nightlife.

Andaz Wall Street

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The location of the Andaz hotel makes it extremely popular with the business traveler, especially those in the finance industry. It's just two blocks from the New York Stock Exchange. When it comes to arranging meetings or conferences, the staff are always on hand to offer customized service, covering everything from seating arrangements to catering. The high-rise building offers chic, loft-style accommodations with high ceilings and oak floors, plus a spa and a courtyard beer garden. There is also a business center, private dining room and free WiFi.

New York Marriott Marquis

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The Marriott Marquis is one of the best business meeting venues New York has to offer. The hotel has a choice of 48 different meeting rooms, and it's easy to reserve them for a meeting or conference with the online scheduling tool. The location is also fantastic for those who want to treat their colleagues or clients to a night out in NYC, as it's just a block from Times Square. If you prefer to stay within the hotel, you can still soak up the Big Apple's atmosphere by visiting the revolving restaurant on the top floor. Each room has floor-to-ceiling windows, a flat screen TV and WiFi access.

Lotte New York Palace

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The Lotte New York Palace is an upmarket hotel in a historic yet recently refurbished building in Midtown East. The location is within walking distance from the Rockefeller Center, Central Park and the shops of Fifth Avenue. The hotel also provides shuttle service to the Broadway theatre district and the financial center at Wall Street. Hotel amenities for the business traveler include a free shoeshine service, a fully-equipped business center, dry cleaning and a fitness center on site with complimentary gym clothes.

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