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Which of these hotels would you suggest?

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Hello! My bf and I are planning a trip to NYC in August. I've been there once before and stayed at On the Ave and I loved it. However, in my research for this upcoming trip I found Affinia Dumont and it seems almost too good to be true - a larger room, with a view, for less money?? I was hoping you guys would be able to give me your opinions regarding the two hotels. Any information you could provide would be great!

If it helps, if we stayed at On the Ave we'd get either a Deluxe room or a Panoramic Deluxe (depending on what type of sale we can find!) If we stay at Affinia Dumont we'd get either a Junior Skyline Suite or a One Bedroom Skyline Suite.

Thank you!

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