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Inexpensive Lodging Near Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City

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I have a nephew that will be admitted to the Hospital for Special Surgery in the 500 block of East 70th Street in New York City within the next month. He will probably be there for at minimum two weeks, more likely three to four weeks.

There is a facility connected to the hospital for immediate family called the Belaire Guest Facility that his parents will stay at, and those of us who fly up from Alabama to visit him while he is in the hospital may be able to stay there as well, but in the event we are not, I'd like to get an idea of some relatively inexpensive hotels/motels in the general area where we can stay. I'd like to stay below $150 a night if at all possible. Would be willing to be at minimum 10 or so blocks away.

Poor little guy is having his spine fused because it is beginning to twist to the point where it is damaging his left lung. He's only 11 years old and had a neruoblastoma tumor removed from his spine when he was 8 months old. The surgery to remove the tumor resulted in damage to the spine and he shouldn't even be walking today, but can with the help of his canes. They would have liked to have waited longer to do this surgery because it will result in ceasing his growth, but the curvature has become too bad to ignore.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Keith

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