Off topic: Places for a young woman to stay in New York
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Mats Wiman  Identity Verified
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Nov 16, 2006

I recently posted the question "Where could my daughter Anna stay in New York? ":
http://www.proz.com/topic/59668

Especially Lilianas Roman-Hamilton's posting was valuable: Websters, Thebrandon and St. Mary's Residence

We thereby found another excellent source including the above in their list of lodging alternatives for young women :
http://www.edwardellison.com/housing.htm
We finally chose Sacred Hearts, 432 West 20th St ($240/ a week) with some special rules (like curfew at 11 pm etc.), where Anna will now stay.

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Mats Wiman  Identity Verified
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Hotels in NYC are expensive and some do not accept those under 21 Nov 16, 2006

In our search for Anna's stay we found that most hotels cost more than $100/night and those below seemed to be infested with cockraoaches, having mice, stealing staff and dirty linen etc.
Some, like Holiday Inn, did not accept guests below 21 years of age.

Where young men could stay at places similar to those for young women mentioned above I haven't yet explored but maybe someone else has info on that.

TIA


 

Orla Ryan  Identity Verified
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Where I stayed Nov 16, 2006

Hi Mats,

I stayed in the Pickwick Hotel on E51st street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues) last month. It was $149/night. There is no curfew and you can come and go as you please. The location is great but I'd recommend taking earplugs!


Orla


 

Williamson  Identity Verified
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Hospitality Club Nov 16, 2006

Where I stay whenever I go to a powwow (still haven't found time to attend a conference).
In Düsseldorf, I stayed at the flat of a softspoken lady, member of www.hospitalityclub.org.
It might be an idea to have a kind of prozcomhospitalityclub? Staying at the homes of other members? After all, proz.com members are situated worldwide.

[Edited at 2006-11-16 11:22]


 

NancyLynn
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The Pickwick Nov 16, 2006

Thanks for that, Orla. What a coincidence! I was just with my friend about Anna's situation. My friend knows NYC quite well, having got engaged there (in a horse-drawn carriage in Central Park one September afternoon)icon_wink.gif

She recommended The Pickwick as well. Good to know, and thanks for the additional info, it'll be useful to me!

Nancy


 

Liliana Roman-Hamilton  Identity Verified
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SO glad Nov 16, 2006

Mats,

I'm SO glad you found an accommodation for your daughter.

I hope she can spend a wonderful time in The Big Apple!icon_biggrin.gif


 

Andrea Riffo  Identity Verified
Chile
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[procrastination mode] Nov 16, 2006

Williamson wrote:

In Düsseldorf, I stayed at the flat of a softspoken lady, member of www.hospitalityclub.org.

It might be an idea to have a kind of prozcomhospitalityclub? Staying at the homes of other members? After all, proz.com members are situated worldwide.

[Edited at 2006-11-16 11:22]


I'm an Hospitality Club member and have had a couple of guests at my place. It has been a great experience, but still, all of them have been close friends of people I've met beforehand (I can be a little bit paranoid).

A ProZ hospitality club could be a very enriching experience indeed!

Cheersicon_biggrin.gif
Andrea

[/procrastination mode]


 


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