NEW YORK, NY --(Marketwired - November 17, 2016) - Let's face it: there aren't too many things in New York City you can get for $11 -- these days a sandwich is going to cost at least that amount. But on one special day this month, guests will have the chance to book luxury accommodations at Q&A Residential Hotel for just $11.25. Why? November 25 is Q&A's first anniversary and Black Friday as well.
The first 11 Q&A bookings made on 11/25/16 for dates from November 26, 2016 through December 29, 2017 will go for the low price of $11.25 in honor of this very special date. And, what you get for that is much more than a hotel room -- Q&A is a hotel filled with spacious apartments that feel like home -- many with separate living rooms, bedrooms, office alcoves, walk-in closets and multiple baths. Each features a full-sized kitchen complete with top of the line cookware -- perfect for any upcoming holiday or family NYC gathering.
Situated in the heart of Lower Manhattan, Q&A Residential Hotel occupies four floors of the iconic Art Deco skyscraper, 70 Pine. The hotel offers an upscale residential experience, along with a state-of-the-art fitness center, gourmet coffee shop, business center, and concierge services. Each spacious residence, ranging from 500 to 1,400 sq. ft. and huge by New York City standards, includes thoughtful custom-built amenities, such as bespoke furniture and king size beds; smart TVs with streaming capability and extra charging stations and outlets for all of your electronic devices.
Disclaimer: Reservations are based on availability and can be made from 12am EST Friday, November 25 through 11:59pm Friday, November 25. Accommodations will be provided in a Deluxe Studio. A limit of one $11.25/night rate reservation per person can be booked. Blackout dates apply. Modifications are subject to availability.
About Q&A Residential Hotel
Furnished Quarters' Q&A Residential Hotel, located at the iconic 70 Pine in Lower Manhattan, is designed to serve the extended stay needs of today's business and leisure travelers. With 132 apartments, Q&A's accommodations are on average three times larger than a typical New York City hotel room. Q&A is also unique in that every residence is a full-sized apartment with a real kitchen. Designed by Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz -- the designer behind the Mondrian SoHo Hotel in New York and the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles -- and the Furnished Quarters' in-house design team, Q&A offers a blend of upscale contemporary décor and custom furnishings. For more information or to make reservations, visit qandahotel.com.