New York City Vacation Packages (NYCVP) is offering a 2-night stay in midtown Manhattan so locals can see the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and take part in some of the festivities that attract tourists to the City during the holiday season.
“Thanksgiving Staycation” packages begin on November 25, with accommodations at a choice of several midtown hotels including The Warwick Hotel, Flatotel, Intercontinental Barclay, New York Helmsley, W New York, Westin New York at Times Square and several Hilton properties. Package prices start at $409 per person based on two adults sharing a room at the Holiday Inn NYC-Manhattan 6th Ave.
Vacations include a Wednesday afternoon guided excursion to the balloon inflation and parade staging area, followed by a tour of department store window displays. On Thursday morning before the parade, guests are invited to a private continental breakfast at Applebee’s Grill on 50th St., one-half block from the 7th Ave. parade route. “Staycationers” can step outside the restaurant to watch the parade and use the comfort and convenience of the facility during the entire parade.
Also included is a Thursday evening traditional Thanksgiving buffet dinner at the Manhattan Club and an exclusive Breakfast with Santa on Friday morning. Guests will receive admission passes to several popular sites and attractions in the City, including the Empire State Building Observatory and the American Museum of Natural History, and special reduced rate parking coupons for Central Parking garages. All taxes and most gratuities are included in package prices.
Space on NYCVP’s Thanksgiving Staycation is limited and must be reserved in advance. Bookings can be made at travel agencies, on the company’s website www.nyctrip.com or by phone at 877 NYC-TRiP.
New York City Vacation Packages is a tour company devoted exclusively to leisure travel in the Big Apple. The company is a member of NYC & Company, the National Tour Association, American Society of Travel Agents, ASTA Tour Operator Program, Greater Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, New York State Travel and Vacation Association and the Better Business Bureau.