November in New York: The Milford and other New York Hotels Prepare for Winter's Top Events

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There’s nothing like winter in New York during the Holidays and with the endless list of things to do in New York it's one of the best holiday destinations in the country. Each year New York Hotels brace for the millions of tourists who rush to enjoy the 'World's Most Exciting City' for their piece of the Big Apple and November is the month that New York Winter Activities begin to ramp up.

The Milford - A New York Hotel located next to exciting Times Square, Broadway Theaters & New York 's Best Attractions and Activities

There are 100’s of New York Hotels to choose from for your stay while visiting New York and attending the many New York Events - one of the most popular NYC Hotels that's located in the center of all things to do in November is The Milford - formerly The Milford Plaza Hotel.

The Milford is located right in the heart of Times Square and they are currently offering 2 excellent Winter Special Offers anyone visiting New York in November should look into further.

The details for The Milford's 2 Winter Special Offers include:

‘I Love NY’ Package: For a limited time, book your reservation and receive The Milford's Guaranteed Best Rate and receive their Exclusive, ‘I Love NY’ Gift Bag that includes an ‘I Love NY’ T-Shirt, Mug and Key Chain. Offer expires October 31, 2012. Stay Dates are from now until December 16, 2012. View more the details of the ‘I Love NY’ Package.

Stay 5 Nights and Save 20% off your entire stay: Book any consecutive 5 days and save up to 20% off the entire stay. View more the details of the ‘Stay 5 Nights and Save 20%' Package.

New York City during the Winter season is a magical place to be. Pack some warm clothes and head to the Big Apple for festivities and New York Events that will make any vacation more exciting. Beyond seeing the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building, the list of New York Events is vast.

There are 5 great Events in New York this November that any visitor will definitely want to check out:

1. ING New York City Marathon – Want to get in on one of the largest groups of marathon runners ever? Run through all five boroughs with tens of thousands of other people on the first Sunday in November. This hilly and challenging course will test any runners strength.

2. New York Comedy Festival – See some of the world’s most famous comics, like Aziz Ansari, Jim Gaffigan and Patton Oswalt at this festival, organized by Comedy Central. Five days of laughter ensue and you can purchase tickets to see all your favorite comedians performing at venues all over the city.

3. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade – You’ve no doubt watched this famous parade countless times on TV while you’re in and out of the kitchen cooking for all the family coming over for dinner, but there’s nothing like being in the city and watching it in person.

4.The New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show – Starting just after Thanksgiving, this is an Event people look forward to all year. Train enthusiasts, parents and more flock to the Botanical Garden to view the many model trains as they chug past New York City landmarks made of plants. New York Botanical Garden: 2900 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 817-8700.

5.Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting – The week after Thanksgiving is when New York City gathers to celebrate the beginning of the Christmas season. Guests can also catch the annual lighting of the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center. Rockefeller Center: 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020 (212) 332-6868.

While these aren’t the only Events in New York in November, they are some of the most popular. Finding Hotels in New York that are convenient to any and all of them is easy, too. Guests find many New York Hotels that are in the center of the action, where visitors can walk to any of the New York Events.

Visit The Milford Website

View our current Times Square Hotel Specials & Vacation Packages.

Check Rates or Make Reservations or call toll free: 888.352.3650.

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