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NYC Marathon: Hotel Round-up!

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Written by Charlie

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With the New York City Marathon just a couple/few short months away – November 3, hotels are already filling up. There are tens of thousands of runners that descend on the city for the marathon, not to mention the family, friends, and the spectators. All in all, it can get difficult to find a good deal on a hotel when you get closer to the NYC Marathon.

Fortunately, we like to book hotels with points, not cash, right? 🙂 After I had a couple of readers asking what I thought of hotel options for the NYC Marathon, I decided to poke around the various hotel chains to see what Manhattan hotels still offered availability with points. To my surprise, there were quite a few! Now, these hotels and their availability are current as of when this post was written. It is up to you to verify availability if you are reading this a week from now! Let’s check out what hotels are still left to book with points. Note: I checked for the Saturday/Sunday nights of the marathon weekend.

NYC Marathon: Hotel Round-up

Hilton Hotels

NYC Marathon

Waldorf Astoria

There are a current total of 19 Hilton Hotels in Manhattan with point availability on that weekend! Here is the breakdown:

To visit the website of the hotel, click on the name. Also, you can sort the list by clicking the arrows next to the headers.

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Hyatt Hotels

NYC Marathon

Andaz 5th Avenue

There are a current total of 6 Hyatt Hotels in Manhattan with point availability on that weekend. Here is the breakdown:

To visit the website of the hotel, click on the name.  Also, you can sort the list by clicking the arrows next to the headers.

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IHG Hotels

NYC Marathon

Intercontinental Barclary

There are a current total of 12 IHG Hotels in Manhattan with point availability on that weekend. Here is the breakdown:

To visit the website of the hotel, click on the name. Also, you can sort the list by clicking the arrows next to the headers.

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Marriott Hotels

NYC Marathon

Ritz-Carlton Central Park

There are a current total of 15 Marriott Hotels in Manhattan with point availability on that weekend. Here is the breakdown:

To visit the website of the hotel, click on the name. Also, you can sort the list by clicking the arrows next to the headers.

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SPG Hotels

NYC Marathon

The Chatwal Hotel

There are a current total of 14 SPG Hotels in Manhattan with point availability on that weekend! Here is the breakdown:

To visit the website of the hotel, click on the name. Also, you can sort the list by clicking the arrows next to the headers.

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Summary

Make sure you check your hotel of interest on the list to see if they allow for any type of point/cash mixture. Some of the hotels allow that and they may be available on your dates. If you are interested in knowing how to get points for your stays, please visit this page to view the hotel credit cards. Thank you!

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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