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NYC: Central Park picnic or Top of the Rock? Rooms and fun to-go

Six established New York City hotels -- the Iroquois New York, Hotel Chandler, Hotel Belleclaire, the Cosmopolitan, the Gershwin and the Washington Jefferson -- have banded together to form Triumph Hotels. In honor of the new brand, guests who stay at least three nights have their choice of a free neighborhood experience.

The deal: It's called the Key to New York City package and features six add-on experiences based on where hotels are located. Guests may go on one of the outings or choose one-way car service between the hotels and any of the city's three airports.

--Upper West Side, a Zabar's picnic basket to share in Central Park;
--Theater District, an insider Radio City Music Hall tour and $50 certificate at Maria Pia restaurant;
--TriBeCa, 24 hours of Citi bike rentals, $20 credit at a coffee shop, and two tickets to TriBeCa Cinemas;
--Midtown, tickets to Top of the Rock, day and night;
--Flatiron area, VIP express tickets to the top of the Empire State Building; and
--NoMad, $20 gift card to Spin Galactic, $50 to Eataly NYC and $30 for coffee or cocktails at Play Cafe.

When: The offer is good for reservations made by June 30.

Tested: With this deal, guests can choose hotels based on which part of the city they want to stay in or how much they want to pay. I found the deal available March 1 to 4 for $262 a night at the Iroquois and $225 at the Hotel Chandler (prices don't include tax).

Info: Triumph Hotels
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