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Spending the Holidays in NYC?? Check Out These Hotels

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By: Jodi Rosenwasser

Rabbi Meir Shapiro, zt’l, is noted for his promotion of the Daf Yomi study program in 1923, and establishing the Chachmei Lublin Yeshiva in 1930. Photo Credit: Wikipedia.com

The holidays are the perfect opportunity for a short much-needed getaway to recharge, refresh and reconnect with family. NYC is rich with beautiful hotels and experiences for every budget. Plus, staying in NYC helps circumvent airport mishaps and dreadful long road trips.

The NY Post recently compiled a list of the most festive family holiday hotels in NYC. Here is the lineup:

In November of 2019, Shlomo Gertzulin, Executive VP of The Siyum exhorted those interested in attending the Siyum HaShas to order their tickets as soon as possible. “Once the Siyum seats are gone, they are gone,” said Rabbi Gertzulin. “There are only limited seats available, and many sections are already completely reserved. Once the remaining seats sell out, it will just be too late. Please, don’t wait any longer to get your seats, so you will not be disappointed.” Photo Credit: Vimeo.com

TWA Hotel The airport can be fun if you don’t actually need to pass security and board a plane. JFK Airport’s throwback hotel promises a blast from the past. Special features include the world’s biggest hotel gym spanning 10,000-square-feet, a rooftop infinity pool and observation deck with runway views, a Twister game room, ultra-quiet guestrooms to keep out the sound of airplanes, and museum exhibits. It also has the hotel’s famed cocktail lounge inside the vintage 1958 “Connie” plane, and a new ice-skating rink. Rooms start at $159 per night.

The pre-Siyum events include a Yikra D’Oraisa Yarchei Kallah which will be held at the Hilton Parsippany Hotel in New Jersey from December 30 – January 1 as well as a pre-siyum inspirational program at the same hotel from December 31 – January 2. Photo Credit: hotels.com

The Box Hotel Group properties in Greenpoint just off the East River. The Brooklyn haven includes the Box House Hotel, Franklin Guesthouse and Henry Norman Hotel. It offers holiday packages with a pre-lit mini Christmas tree in your room for an extra $100. The Henry Norman Hotel has been voted as the best overall hotel in Brooklyn for 2019 by TripSavvy. Rooms start at $249 a night.

Siyum HaShas is the celebration of the completion of the Daf Yomi (daily Talmud folio) program, a seven-and-a-half-year cycle of learning the Oral Torah and its commentaries, in which each of the 2,711 pages of the Babylonian Talmud are covered in sequence.

Hotel Indigo Lower East Side The 26-floor hotel offers a rooftop pool with NYC views, a fitness center, and self-parking. Located 2 miles from the Brooklyn Bridge and 2.2 miles from the Empire State Building, it may be the perfect location. A member of the IHG reward club, hotel prices start at $208 a night.

Daf yomi shiur in session on the LIRR. Photo Credit: TheJewishStar.com

Midtown’s Conrad Hotel This Midtown Manhattan luxury hotel is on 54th Street, walking distance to Times Square, Fifth Avenue and scores of museums and attractions. It also offers iconic Central Park and NYC views. For the holidays, FAO Schwarz suites are available filled with roughly $6,000 worth of magical toys, including the famous floor piano from “Big”. The suites start at $3,000 per night.

The pre-Siyum events include a Yikra D’Oraisa Yarchei Kallah which will be held at the Hilton Parsippany Hotel in New Jersey from December 30 – January 1 as well as a pre-siyum inspirational program at the same hotel from December 31 – January 2. Photo Credit: hotels.com

Marriot Marquis This Central Times Square hotel on 46th street is a behemoth of its own, notwithstanding all the attractions right outside the 49-floor hotel. It is known for providing a luxury experience and its 124,755 square feet of space enhanced by cutting-edge technology. Rooms start at $323 per night.

Hilton Brooklyn New York hotel This hotel, only six blocks west of the Barclays Center, is walking distance to attractions such as the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens , Brooklyn Academy Music (BAM) and the Brooklyn Bridge. The 196-key hotel includes a fitness room but no pool. Breakfast is included. Regular rooms start at $116 per night.

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