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Exciting Summers in the City

You don’t need to stay far from home to find fun this summer! Hotel Chandler’s Exciting Summers in the City Special makes it easy to enjoy an escape to the heart of Manhattan. When you book and stay by September 2nd, we’ll provide breakfast for two, a complimentary ten-trip MetroCard for convenient travel, late check-out, a special welcome amenity, and much more.

Summer is the perfect season to enjoy signature New York City activities and attractions. Hotel Chandler is within a short subway ride of world-class museums, including the Guggenheim, the Met, MoMA, and the International Center of Photography. Make the most of a beautiful summer day by walking over to the Union Square Farmer’s Market or heading down to SoHo to shop the latest trends. Start your day with a hearty breakfast at The Chandler Lounge and wander Central Park’s sunlit paths all afternoon before retiring to sophisticated accommodations.

Located on the border of both the Flatiron District and Murray Hill, Hotel Chandler is within walking distance of some of the city’s top dining and nightlife destinations. The complimentary ten-trip MetroCard included with the Exciting Summers in the City Special makes moving around the city easy, whether you want to catch a show on Broadway, head to the High Line to see the city from a new vantage point, or ride uptown for high-end shopping.

Book Exciting Summers in the City at Hotel Chandler and Enjoy:

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  • Breakfast for 2
  • Ten-trip MetroCard
  • Late check-out (2pm)
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Welcome amenity
  • VIP Turndown (with slippers and chocolate)
  • Daily NY Times delivered to room
  • Coffee/tea in the lobby
  • Fitness center access
  • Early check-in based on availability

Hotel Chandler’s Exciting Summers in the City Special is available for stays between May 27 and September 2, 2013. Book this New York City travel package today – whether you explore the city or relax in your room, you’ll be glad you did.

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