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New York Paramount Hotel

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4 Days/3 Nights from $349*
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New York is one of the leading modern day capitals. Anyone who visits the city for the first time has a preconceived idea, shaped by film and TV images that have made it the planet’s number one movie location. And New York does not disappoint, it meets everyone’s expectations and mesmerizes visitors, welcoming them and making them feel at home, like one more of its millions of residents. The city that never sleeps is endless, because no matter how long you stay there, it is never enough to discover all its wonders and secrets. So many return, in pursuit of the highest number of odd little corners hiding beneath its skyscrapers.

Luckily, most of New York’s attractions can be found in just one of its districts: Manhattan, the big apple; an island defined by the East River, Harlem River and the Hudson River, and communicated with the rest of the city by bridges, tunnels and ferries. For those with limited time in the city we propose a tight schedule for getting to know the most emblematic locations in just three days. You’ll have to get up early and not sleep much, but it’s worth it. The Hotel Riu Plaza New York Times Square is in the very heart of the city, from which any destination is easily accessible.

First of all, you need to be well-organised. As Manhattan is traditionally divided into three zones, we will spend one day in each. Get hold of a decent map or have markers for the points we suggest on your GPS, and you’ll see that reaching them on foot or by metro is a matter of just a few stops, so make sure you’re wearing comfortable shoes, and let your adventure in NYC begin!

One of the most fashionable Midtown Manhattan hotels is The Paramount Hotel in New York, centrally located in the heart of bustling Times Square. Completely renovated in 2019, The Paramount remains the consummate modern Times Square New York hotel, with easy access to the Broadway Theater District, Restaurant Row, upscale Madison and Fifth Avenue shopping, Penn Station, and the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The Paramount Hotel NY is located one-half block from Broadway on 46th Street – the perfect location if you are here to enjoy the best Broadway shows in New York City! The hotel charges a facilities fee of $40.16, inclusive of tax, per room, per night, in addition to the room rate. The fee provides for a wide range of services such as STAYCAST, discount on Food & Beverage, Fitness Center access, WiFi, unlimited filtered water, local vendor discounts and more. Please contact us directly for more information.


If you’re spending just a few days in New York City, you have enough time to explore Manhattan, visit an outer borough, and take in a Broadway show. To help you make the most of your short city break in the Big Apple, here’s our perfect 2-day itinerary.

Day 1: Lady Liberty, NYC on Screen, and Harlem
Morning: Board an early ferry from Battery Park and sail out to Liberty Island for a close-up view of the iconic torch-holding Statue of Liberty. The trip includes a boat ride to Ellis Island to learn stories of the 12 million immigrants who passed through between 1892 and 1924.

Afternoon: NYC may seem familiar—even to first-timers—thanks to its role as backdrop for countless movies and TV series. Filming location tours pass by many noteworthy attractions, making the tours an excellent way to see New York. To sightsee independently, book a hop-on hop-off bus tour and travel around landmarks with ease.

Night: Head uptown to one of New York’s most famous neighborhoods: Harlem. A Harlem walking tour takes you to live jazz performances; legendary music landmarks, such as the Apollo Theater; and to some of the finest Southern-style food and barbecue spots in NYC.

Day 2: Brooklyn, Broadway, and Sky-High Sightseeing
Morning: Head out of Manhattan for the morning and snack your way through Brooklyn, NYC’s trendiest borough. Focus your efforts with a walking tour of one or two neighborhoods such as Greenpoint and Williamsburg, or opt for a food-focused coach tour to try Brooklyn’s best bites.

Afternoon: Change your point of view by heading for the observation decks at the Empire State Building, Top of the Rock, or One World Observatory. For the ultimate sky-high view, take a helicopter tour over NYC, soaring above the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Chrysler Building, and more.

Night: It wouldn’t be a trip to NYC without catching a show on Broadway, so you’ll want to book your coveted Broadway tickets in advance. In the city that never sleeps, you don’t have to hit the hay after the theater, either. Instead, continue on a nightclub tour offering skip-the-line access so you can avoid the wait.

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**NOTE: Prices quoted are per person, double occupancy, based on the ZED zonal/mileage system. Trips are priced based on the the shortest non-stop flight to the final destination. Call Open Skies for exact rates based on your departure city. Persons traveling single require a single supplement. Prices do NOT include departure taxes. Where domestic partner and companions eligible are listed, there may be a supplement. Contact Open Skies® for details concerning supplements and itinerary changes if applicable.