Cyber Monday Deal: Up to 40% Off Your Stay at Triumph Hotels

November 27 2017 | Triumph News

In 2005, two phenomena collided to create the perfect storm of holiday shopping deals — the internet and turkey. You see, for at least the last few decades, the Monday after Thanksgiving has been a slow work day.

A long weekend, so much turkey, stuffing, and pies as far as the eye can see, well … they have consequences! After a few days spent with family and friends (and perhaps a lazy weekend stroll through some great stores to burn calories), online shopping on a pretty-slow-anyway Monday morning was a natural step for millions.

Retailers noticed, and that’s how Cyber Monday was born.

Make the 2017 Holidays a Triumph

 

We’re excited to announce our own 2017 Cyber Monday deal. Give the gift of Triumph Hotels — to a loved one or to yourself — and save up to 40% off, plus receive up to $100 in American Express cards per stay, based upon your room selection: $25 on standard rooms, $50 on premium rooms and $100 on suites

History

 

When you cross the threshold at any one of our six New York City hotels, you’re stepping into history. It has a special way of making you feel connected to the city, its culture, and its legendary past.

Authenticity

 

Each of our hotels is located in an iconic NYC neighborhood, placing you in the middle of it all — incredible food, shows, shopping, and nightlife.


Click here for Triumph Hotel Cyber Monday Offers

 

Hotel Belleclaire — Upper West Side

A fashionable hotel from a golden era when Mark Twain and Babe Ruth once graced the halls; located on a quiet street with easy access to Beacon Theatre, Lincoln Center, and Central Park.

The Frederick — Tribeca

A historic gem over a century old and one of the longest running hotels in Tribeca — President Lincoln was once a guest.

Hotel Edison — Times Square

An Art Deco masterpiece as rich in style as it is in history and frequently a destination for celebrities and movie shoots.

The Evelyn — NoMad

Trendy, classic, and inspiring since it first opened its doors in 1905, this hotel is an iconic landmark of the NoMad neighborhood.

The Iroquois New York — Midtown

High-class and luxurious since its inception, James Dean not only stayed here … he lived here; it’s the perfect place to find relaxation and lose yourself in the middle of New York City.

Washington Jefferson — Theater District
In the middle of it all — the NYC Theater District and Times Square — this stylish hotel puts guests at the heart of the Big Apple. 

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