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NYC hotels - "day rate"?

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Do any hotels in New York City offer a "day rate"... i.e., use of a room in the daytime up until around 6:00 p.m.?

We live in Baltimore, and you can get a day-trip charter bus up to NYC for $45 round trip. I've talked to people who've used the service, and they say it's a great way to get to NYC to see a Broadway matinee and do a little shopping (without shelling out for two hotel rooms for our family of four). The bus arrives in the theater district at 10:30 a.m., and leaves at 6:30 p.m. Movies and refreshments along the way.

It would be nice to have a hotel room as home-base, especially for those who didn't want to shop but just wanted lunch and a show. And for the shoppers, it would be good to have a place to leave stuff rather than lug it into the theater.

Anyone know of a theater district hotel that offers this?

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