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The holiday season doesn’t start in New York City until the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade comes to town.
People line up in the cold hours in advance to watch the bands, dancers, and giant balloons make their way from Central Park to Herald Square. This year’s star-studded event will include appearances from Jimmy Fallon, Leslie Odom Jr. and Smokey Robinson, alongside many others.
And although being down in the action is a memorable way to spend Thanksgiving morning, hotels along the parade route are offering a variety of packages to give guests a luxurious way to watch the parade.
If crowds aren't your style, stay warm and watch the parade from a comfy hotel bed by booking a night at one of these hotels along the parade route.
New York Hilton Midtown offers parade-view rooms starting at $599 per night. Guests can stay on higher floors for an aerial view, or stay on lower floors in the hotel to watch balloons pass right by the window.
1 Hotel Central Park will provide an in-room Thanksgiving breakfast feast for guests to enjoy while watching the parade go by.
Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan/Herald Square will host a Thanksgiving Day Parade Party for guests on their indoor patio. Tickets start at $475 for adults and $150 for children 12 and under. Rooms start at $569 per night.
$599 a night!
Nope... not even for a parade. :)
I agree, no way, I'll happily watch it on TV, less crowds, less expnse lol
Plus you can pause and fix a snack or go to the bathroom lol