Handily located a short walk from the Staten Island Ferry, the Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park will be serving a three-course carb-fueled pasta dinner, prepared by Executive Chef Dangler (a marathon runner himself) at 2West on the night of November 2nd ($26.02). The hotel will also offer power-boosting Health Warrior Chia energy bars, and a designated area in the lobby for guests to create morale-boosting posters to support family and friends running the marathon.
Rates for November 2nd start at $1,395.
The Trump SoHo is offering a Run, Relax, Rejuvenate package that includes accommodations in a one-bedroom suite, a 30-minute customized runner’s relief spa treatment at The Spa at Trump and a healthy in-room granola amenity.The package is available between October 30th and November 6th, and a two-night minimum stay is required.
Rates start at $825 a night.
YOTEL is hosting a pop-up for guests by JackRabbit specialty running store from November 1st through 3rd from 3pm-6pm in the hotel’s Club Lounge, located on FOUR. The hotel will also offer all marathon runners a free beer as well as post-race (10 minute) complimentary massages on Sunday.
Rates on November 2nd start at $349.
Nightly rates for the Hotel Belleclaire's Marathon Package begin at $379 and include a $50 Trader Joe’s gift card, a healthy and hearty breakfast basket,a marathon keepsake 'sackpack', and a late check-out of 3 p.m.
Located just a quick jog from the Central Park finishing line, The Mark Hotel is offering runners and spectators a healthy pre-race breakfast to go, or a post-race celebratory dinner at The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges.
Marathon night (Nov. 2nd) rates at The Mark start at $795.
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