Save 30% Off Select Kimpton Hotels in NYC This Summer

May 5, 2019

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If you’re headed to NYC this summer you can save up to 30% on Kimpton’s best flexible rate on your stay at select Kimpton Hotels, according to The Gate.

Per the Kimpton New York Getaway promo, stays must be booked by May 15, for travel dates between May 1 and September 3, 2019. All stays include the following Kimpton perks:

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Spa benefit for all IHG Rewards Club members
  • $15 ‘Raid the Bar’ credit for Elite Members
  • Nightly hosted wine hour
  • Yoga mat in every room
  • Complimentary PUBLIC bikes

There are three NYC hotels that the offer applies to:

  • Kimpton Hotel Eventi, Chelsea
  • Kimpton Ink48 Hotel, Hell’s Kitchen
  • Kimpton Muse Hotel, Broadway/Times Square

To receive the discount, you must be an IHG Reward Club member. The discounted rates are subject to availability, and there are possible blackout dates according to Kimpton’s fine print on the offer. You can, however, cancel your reservation up to seven days before your stay to avoid any charges. Maximize your earn on your stay by booking with a IHG Rewards credit card like the IHG Rewards Club Premier Credit Card.

If you’re looking for ideas on what to do in the city or how best to get around, check out a few other TPG guides for NYC:

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