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Need connecting rooms in NYC hotel -- ideas, please

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We've just come back from a great weekend in NYC and I'm already planning the next one.

Sometime next September (maybe Labour Day weekend, maybe not), I'm hoping to have a long weekend in NY with my 2 sisters, my niece and her 12-year-old daughter and it would be great if we could get 2 connecting rooms, each with 2 double beds (the kid can sleep with her mom). As it will be the 12-year-old's first time in NY, I want to stay in a hotel rather than an apartment -- even if we could get one for that short a time -- because to my mind, it's the most 'NY experience'. I took my niece when she was 12, just the two of us, and now I get to take her daughter. Isn't that great?

I know you're going to ask me about price and I really don't know what to tell you. Let's just try to keep each room under $300 a night. Right now, I'm asking if you know of any hotels that might have connecting rooms, 2 doubles in each.

Any ideas?

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