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Where to Stay in New York for New Year’s Eve
December 13, 2010By: Mary Winston Nicklin
The Setai Fifth AvenueHeading to New York to see the ball drop on New Year's Eve? The Times Square tradition goes back to 1907, and millions tune in every year to see the 12-ft geodesic sphere, weighing 11,875 pounds, descend on NYC. (The million spectators in Times Square get treated to a confetti shower at midnight.) You've got your pick of new and buzzworthy accommodations in the city-- from the Andaz 5th Avenue (recently profiled as "cool and comfortable" in The Telegraph) to The Eventi (with "floor-to-ceiling views of the Manhattan skyline"), InterContinental New York Times Square (boasting "a top-drawer concierge staff to help guests get tickets and navigate the neighborhood"), the Setai Fifth Avenue (occupying "the lower floors of a smashing new 60-story skyscraper designed by New York architects Gwathmey Siegel & Associates")-- all three featured by Susan Spano in a recent article for the Los Angeles Times.

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