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    Default 2 bedroom suites in NYC....

    Anyone know of anything good? Near TS.

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    I use the app realtor.com on my ipad and it works really good. You can look for sale or rent and draw a map around just the areas you want. I have been looking in cali and NYC and this has been a huge help
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    Have you tried Zillow?

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    +1 for Zillow. Be more specific though man, are you looking to rent/buy? When I first read your post it sounded like you might even be looking for just a hotel.
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    Pretty sure he's looking for a hotel in/around Times Square... this is the hotel forum after all.

    Personally, I try to avoid that part of NY, so I can't really give much advice. Closest I can come is the Sofitel, but I've never looked into their suites. Give Tripadvisor or Oyster a shot; they're both pretty good travel sites.

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