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With Snowstorm Jonas looming (or already begun) on the East Coast of the United States, this might be the perfect time for locals to consider taking a snowcation! Airports are shutting down and people are cancelling trips – so hotels, restaurants and entertainment are wide open. And, you know New York City never really closes!
I sampled the Hyatt hotel prices for Washington, D.C. and New York City for Saturday night, and the prices are incredibly low – some even under $100 (I chose Hyatt hotels because I’m most familiar with their price points, but I’m sure this pattern follows for all hotels in cities in the path of Snowstorm Jonas). Park Hyatt New York is still $600, but that’s still low in comparison to the norm price there. In fact, of the three cities I looked at, only the Bellevue in Philadelphia is sold out for Saturday night (but that might change).
Not only are the hotel prices low, but there will be the likelihood of getting theater tickets to otherwise sold out shows, and reservations at those hard-to-get-reservations-at restaurants.
Oh how I’d love to see Hamilton!
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