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If you missed the 300 two-and-a-half-feet-tall eggs dotted around NYC this month (how did you even manage that?!) then head to Rockefellar Center to see them all together! They'll be on view through April 25th, and they've been designed by iconic artists from around the world including Tracey Emin, Terry Richardson, Diane Von Furstenberg and more!
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Yes it snowed last night, but Spring is here and warmer weather is near! This week's Pick of the Week is reminding us that afternoons drinking cocktails on the terrace aren't too far away! Share your adventures at YOTEL New York with us by tagging them #yotel -- we share the best pic every week! (Photo by @yvanneagain)
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Following us on Google+ is just one of the many ways you can keep in touch with us at YOTEL! Check out our "Connect" page on Facebook to see how to follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest! http://ow.ly/vzNvx
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Every week, we post our Pick of the Week and this week's favorite was too cute not to share! These two prove that you're never too old (or young) to have fun with us here at YOTEL! Don't forget to share your images with us by hashtagging them #YOTEL and you could be our next Pick of the Week!
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Over the last few months, we saw your creativity come to life in our #MyLegoMasterpiece campaign. It was so much fun to look at our wall made of LEGO® bricks and see your incredible creations. There were so many great entries, that it made choosing our favorites a difficult task. However, we're excited to announce that the first prize winner is Hugo Welke! His self-portrait blew us away. Second place goes to Sarah Shannon for her heartwarming love-inspirated creation. A BIG thank you to all of those who participated! Make sure to check out our Facebook and Pinterest albums to see all of the incredible creations that were submitted throughout the last few months and the duration of the campaign.
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Looking for a little weekend activity? Head to the Javits Center to see some of the finest cars around at the NYC Autoshow! It kicks off tomorrow and will run through April 27th. Tickets are just $15 and there will be sneak peeks, new models, concept cars and more! http://ow.ly/vUeKx

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Spend your Spring Saturday at the Union Square Greenmarket - there are always incredible produce, delicious samples, stunning flowers and a whole lot of New York City characters!

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@tom_travel captures YOTEL among all of the hustle and bustle of NYC in our Pick of the Week this week! Share your adventures with us by tagging them #yotel -- we post our favorite every week and you could be next!
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This Saturday, New Yorkers will get together in Washington Square Park to take part in Pillow Fight Day! This annual event attracts hundreds of people, all equipped with a pillow and a smile. Join them this weekend at 3pm for some pillow fight fun, and bring your Super Hero costume – this year's theme is Super Heroes vs. Villians!

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The respected eco-friendly and design-focused website, Inhabitat NYC, joined us at YOTEL recently for a short stay. They were huge fans of our LED lights and heat recovering system (and Yobot of course!). Check out the review here: http://ow.ly/vfegR
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570 10th Ave New York, NY 10036
570 10th AveUSNYNew York10036
(646) 449-7700yotelnewyork.com
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YOTEL is a unique hotel that offers a first-class experience at an affordable price. Our Midtown Manhattan hotel places an emphasis on simplicity and usability with automated check-in and check-out and small, functional New York City accommodations equipped with quiet air-conditioning units, convertible beds, and extra storage space. 

Overpriced room service is not a feature in our Midtown West hotel – instead, we offer complimentary hot drinks, purified water and ice in our Galley kitchens on each floor, all available 24/7. 

East & West at Club Lounge offers a variety of experiences for guests from laptop-friendly communal tables, lounge areas, and comfortable counter seating for solo diners, to a casual dining area and private meeting space. Modeled after a business class airline lounge, East & West connects the near to the far with a menu that plays homage to the best of eastern and western worlds  two distinct geographies and cuisines connected through 21st century travel and technology.

YOTEL is also home to the largest outdoor hotel terrace in New York City, affording you plenty of space to relax and play.
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Stylish hotel with tiny cabin-style rooms, free WiFi and floor-to-ceiling windows.- Google
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Hockeygod98
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I loved my stay here! Great location, very clean, and great atmosphere. Probably not a great choice for a family. The cabins are small. But I always travel very light, and often on my own, so the small room size was actually a selling point for me. Why pay for a huge hotel room when all I need is a clean place to sleep, somewhere to put my stuff, and somewhere to relax when I'm done running around the city for the day? My next trip to New York will definitely be anchored here again.
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J Daniels
reviewed 2 months ago
Went there for a birthday bunch and have a nice time. The music was great, the service was good and the food was good. Was pleasantly surprise with the entertainment. The ballon lady was excellent and creative with crafting different objects. And the lady dancing on roller skates amazing.
Calvin Hedt
reviewed a month ago
Really Great Experience. No other place like it. Excellent amenities and service for the price. Well worth your money. Plan to stay here again. Would recommend it to anyone. Thoroughly pleased and satisfied.
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S Daniels
reviewed 2 months ago
Went to the Dojo Restaurant and Bar for Brunch. It felt like we left midtown and went to Japan. The atmosphere and art were nice. Food was nice and flavorful so was the drinks. It was for a Birthday party and it the Birthday girl had a great time. Half way through brunch they had entertainment and celebrated everyone having a birthday. The only issue is if you have a large party you might have to sit on the floor. it was a very low table at floor height. Other than that it was a great time.
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Indrilla Haque
reviewed a month ago
It's a great place to stay. The hotel is located in a very convenient area of Manhattan, NY. Times Square, Empire State Building and many more attractions are just a stone's throw away from the hotel. I and my husband stayed there for 3 nights in October 2013. We have enjoyed every bit of it including the view from our room which was on the 23rd floor. The room was small but cozy and well equipped.
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Nina Scott-Stoddart
reviewed 5 months ago
So much fun! Love the incredible friendliness and helpfulness of all the staff, love the pod/cabins (like being on a futuristic space ship or a luxury cruise cabin), love the general hip ambience. The shower was powerful and lovely. Intelligently designed cabins have a power controlled couch that converts into a double bed. It's not really in Times Square, it's more Hell's Kitchen and a bit out of the way. And they lose a star because the bed is more like a futon than a bed, so not super comfortable. But I enjoyed the hell out of it and the genuine friendliness of the staff made up for everything!
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