New York for St.Patricks Day

from €745
Book by 28th February
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New York … New York … The place to be! Shop till you drop for all your designer needs in Macys & Bloomingdales or head off to Jersey Gardens for some fabulous clothes at outlet prices and its only a 30 min bus journey from Manhattan. After working up an appetite in the shops why not head to Smith & Wollensky on 49th St at 3rd Avenue for not only the best steak in NYC but also the biggest!! For evening entertainment head over to Caroline’s Comedy club on Broadway for a good old fashion New York Roast.. Best up and coming stand up acts in NYC some you may recognize from E! & MTV. NYC is a great city, always buzzing .. something for everyone

Staff Review

“Where to start! I believe you can’t beat midtown New York for location, shopping , hotels and restaurants all on your doorstep. For brunch walk to 54 East and 1st Street to ‘Prune. It’s a fantastic place to people watch but be there before 11am – New Yorkers don’t believe in lie ins! Shop in SoHo for that special outfit or visit the Art Galleries in Chelsea to see what’s new and hot in the Art World. For the ultimate cultural fix, nothing beats the Metropolitan museum, with its extensive collection of worldwide art. A stroll along the High Line Park, one of the newer additions to New York’s landscape is also a unique way of viewing the lower west side. Stop to listen to one of the many musicians playing along this unusual stretch of park or grab a bit to eat from one of the many food vendors that have set up shop. The views are fantastic too, so remember to bring your camera. New York has something for everyone. I have been over and over and there is always something new to see!”

Shona Byrne, Travel Expert

Offer Summary +

  • Return flights to New York including airport taxes
  • 3 nights staying at the Roosevelt Hotel
  • Based on 2 sharing
  • Prices shown valid for traveling Mar 2017 *other dates and durations available*
  • Quote Ref 1489551
  • Flight connections also available ex Belfast, Shannon & Cork

Hotels this offer applies to +

New York City

Roosevelt Hotel

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New York City

The Westin New York at Times Square

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New York City

The Empire Hotel

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New York City

Loews Regency

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Things to do +

New York City All Around Town Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Create your own sightseeing itinerary with the New York City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour! A hop-on-hop-off bus tour is the ideal way to explore every corner of the Big Apple and, with lively tour guides to ke...

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New York City Casual Dining Cruise

Meet the newest addition to North River Landing in Manhattan. An expansive floating restaurant and bar brought to you by World Yacht, offers multiple departures each evening along the Hudson River, co...

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Top of the Rock Observation Deck, New York

Daytime or night-time - anytime is the right time to visit the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. Perched 70 stories above the city at Rockefeller Plaza, the panoramic views of Manhattan are unequaled ...

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Admission with Access to The Met Breuer and The Met Cloisters

A visit to New York City wouldn't be complete without a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. And you will have more time to see it all with this convenient skip-the-line ticket. At the city's most ...

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Recommendations from our staff +

Audrey Joyce

New York City Tips

Audrey Joyce, Travel Expert
New York City
  • Public transport is the way to get around. The 7-day unlimited ride MetroCard is usually a good deal so you don't spend $2 on MetroCards each time you hop on the train.
  • Watch, or join, the disco skaters in Central Park on Saturday. You have to tip, so have a couple of bucks in your pocket.

Audrey Joyce, Travel Expert

Denise Breen

New York City Tips

Denise Breen, Senior Travel Consultant
New York City
  • Don't be afraid to wander. Gone are the days when people were warned not to venture into Alphabet City or the Lower East Side. Pretty much nowhere in Manhattan is off-limits – though it's still an urban area, so do use your common sense (for instance, you may not want to walk around at 3 a.m. by your lonesome). Most of Manhattan, with the exception of a few downtown neighborhoods like the West Village, the Lower East Side and Battery Park, is laid out on a grid system with very few hills, making it extremely easy to find your way around.

Denise Breen, Senior Travel Consultant

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