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Family suites in Manhattan NYC in $250 price range? Impossible?

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Hello, Can anyone recommend a hotel or alternative lodging that has an actual bedroom in NYC in the $250 range? We absolutely need a separate bedroom because our daughter goes to sleep at 7pm and unless we all want to be lights out at 7pm, then we need the ability to shut the door. The couple times we've tried us all in one room were not so hot. We hope to be in a residential area with close access to subway station rather than busier tourist spots like times square, Broadway, etc. I looked at The Beacon, San Carlos, Off Soho Suites, Radio City Apartments and East Village Suites and they are all either booked for our time period or out of our price range. (or in the case of the East Village Suites in a 3rd floor walk up which isn't going to work for us) I could go as high as $270 with taxes included. I know this is a seemingly impossible task in Manhattan, some of the lower budget hotels are on par with London prices! I am looking at a couple of apartments through AirBnB, but it doesn't seem to make sense to pay a $100 cleaning fee and a $90 booking fee for only 4 nights. Also Airbnb wants all the money up front, I'd prefer to book through a hotel with just a credit card guarantee.

Any suggestions for other hotel/apartment suites? IWe're flexible on location. All I need is a decent coffee shop and I'm happy. We wont be doing much touring, this is just a quick wrap up from visiting family, so we'll just be hanging around the city relaxing, eating, shopping. I'd like to stay in the Greenwhich Village area, but it's mostly boutique hotels there with no bedrooms.

Impossible to find something in this price range?

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