What better way to celebrate the start of the new year than with a great holiday? Thanks to this wonderful deal that I’ve found on Wowcher you could be getting 2018 off to a flying start with a break that will have you start off the new year in New York. This minibreak, which has its cheapest dates in January 2018, will give you three amazing nights in the City that Never Sleeps. With so much to do, you’ll barely want to miss a minute yourself.

Spend the new year in New York

With this great deal you have the choice of two fantastic hotels. You can either stay in the 4* BKLYN House (rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor) or at the 4* Fairfield Inn New York (rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor). Both of these hotels are wonderfully comfy and come with a flat screen TV, WiFi, an en suite bathroom, and breakfast each morning of your stay. BKLYN House is, as the name suggests, in Brooklyn, but it’s right next to a subway station so getting around will be a breeze. The Fairfield Inn is on Long Island, and also close to a subway station. So, you never need worry about getting around in this city.

Once you’ve arrived in the city, then it’s time for some sight seeing. Travel out to Liberty Island and visit the Statue of Liberty, then take a short boat ride to Ellis Island and check out the city’s immigration history. Head to the top of the Empire State Building and marvel at the 360 degree views of the city. Or, just have a picnic in Central Park. Whatever you decide to do, I know you’ll have a great time here.

So, go to Wowcher and book this great deal, and you could be spending the start of the new year in New York!

Spend the new year in New York!


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