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NYC with toddler and infant - where to stay?

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We're traveling to NYC the first week of December for business/show the kids Dad's hometown. We've rented an apartment for most of our stay, but it's not available for check-in until Sunday, and I have to be there on Saturday for business.

We have to attend a thing near Times Square on Saturday night, so we'd rather stay nearby so we can run check on the kids at some point (we're going to have to leave them with a friend our first night there - fun trip turning nightmare!), but obviously all the hotels in that area are either 1) prohibitively expensive 2) require a 2-night minimum or 3) don't have rooms that can accommodate. So...I'm hoping for some sort of hidden gems that I don't know about... We can't fly in a day early because my husband has to work on Friday, so we're only looking for someplace to stay for one Saturday night...during tourist season. Any ideas? We're happy all sharing one big bed tenement-style if it's cheap, but NYC hotel laws won't let us... =)

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