NYCTourist.com Presents the Best Places to Stay for Oktoberfest NYC 2013

NYCTourist.com Presents the Best Places to Stay for Oktoberfest NYC 2013

Kick off the fall season in style with New York City's beloved Oktoberfest! This German-founded beer-centric holiday is a long standing tradition in the Big Apple, and tourists and locals alike love to participate. NYCTourist.com presents its list of the Best Places to Stay for Oktoberfest NYC 2013 so that Oktoberfest patrons can find the best hotel for their budget and NYC plans.

SoHotel in NYC: -Great for booking on a budget -Located in the midst on SoHo's nightlife scene, rife with popular bars and clubs, most of which participate in Oktoberfest. -Affordable rates do not mean that this boutique hotel skimps on the decor. Guests will enjoy chic accommodations at SoHotel.

Hotel Wolcott New York: -Luxury hotel located in Manhattan's Chelsea District. -Nearby local NYC restaurants so guests can find Oktoberfest deals on meals -Offers complimentary breakfast to help easy the sting of Oktoberfest hangovers

Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel: -Located smack in the middle of Times Square, guests can enjoy access to the best of Manhattan. -The Oktoberfest celebration never ends - the Renaissance features an in-house Bar and Lounge so guests can continue to celebrate. -The Renaissance Hotel times Square offers 24-hour room service so guests can sleep in late and order food on their own time after attending the craziest Oktoberfest celebrations in NYC.

New York City goers should get ready to get their drink on, and keep a copy of NYCTourist.com's list of the Best Places to Stay for Oktoberfest NYC 2013 in a safe place, so they can crash in style after reaching their Oktoberfest beer quota.

About NYCTourist.com: NYCTourist.com is an authority on traveling to New York City, making NYCTourist.com a one-stop destination when planning a NYC vacation. Find the best information, deals, reviews and tickets for events, attractions, Broadway shows and hotels in New York City. This article was written by Erica Krilov, a lover of all things New York City and a writer for NYCTourist.com.