New York : New Backpackers HostelJazz Hostels Opens New Backpackers Hostel in Times Square Theatre District
On May 1, 2009, Jazz Hostels, Inc. opens its sixth backpacker hostel in New York City. Jazz on Times Square is the newest low-budget find for savvy visitors traveling to the most popular destination in New York.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 30, 2009 — Surrounded by nearby hotels charging over $300 per night, Jazz on Times Square Hostel is a new hostel in New York City that offers accommodations at unbeatable prices, with rates starting at $35 per dorm bed and $99 per private room for two. Reservations can be made online at www.JazzHostels.com, by phone, or in-person. The hostel also accepts group requests.
Jazz on Times Square Hostel joins the trend among European hostels to upgrade and increase guest amenities. Guests will find a well-designed hostel with sleek computer and game lounge, a fully equipped self-catering kitchen and cafeteria, as well as a backyard patio. Rooms are spacious, and feature comfortable beds and locker storage.
Jazz on Times Square is the perfect rest stop for travelers wanting to experience NYC to the fullest
We’ve equipped the building with a traveler’s every need. What’s more, tourists can check Times Square off their list of attractions as soon as they step outside of the building — they are really in the heart of it all.
Probably the single biggest news in the world of low-cost travel.
Weekly in-house and off-site events provide numerous opportunities for travelers to explore all that New York has to offer while making new friends from around the world. Free Wi-Fi also abounds, as well as automated concierge services.
“Jazz on Times Square is the perfect rest stop for travelers wanting to experience NYC to the fullest,” says Shirley Levy, Managing Director of Jazz Hostels. “We’ve equipped the building with a traveler’s every need. What’s more, tourists can check Times Square off their list of attractions as soon as they step outside of the building — they are really in the heart of it all.”
Popular in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, hostels are gaining momentum in the USA. Arthur Frommer, author of the classic budget travel guide, Europe on Five Dollars a Day, has called the eruption of private hostels around the world “probably the single biggest news in the world of low-cost travel.” Jazz Hostels leads the hostel movement in New York by opening its sixth New York City location.
ABOUT JAZZ HOSTELS:
Jazz Hostels opened its first hostel in 1998 and has grown to become one of the largest independent youth hostel chains in North America, now operating hostels in New York, Miami, and Montreal.
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