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There are many accommodations of all price ranges located in New York City. Some may offer special discounts and/or extra amenities for patients and/or visitors. The following are hotels, guest houses, and other places where previous patients have enjoyed staying. For information on services provided, please contact the establishments directly.


Affinia Gardens, 215 East 64th Street, NYC, (212) 320-8050 (near MEETI).

AKA Sutton Place, 330 East 56th Street, NYC, (212) 752-8888.

Bentley Hotel, 500 East 62nd Street, NYC, (888) 969-0069 or (954) 969-0069.

Courtyard Marriott Manhattan/Midtown East, 866 3rd Avenue, NYC, (212) 644-1300.

W Hotel Union Square, 201 Park Avenue South, NYC, (212) 253-9119 (near NYEEI).

Other Places To Stay

The following places offer free or subsidized lodging for qualified patients undergoing specialized cancer treatment in New York City. Space is at a premium, but with advance planning our staff can successfully help you apply for accommodations.

Hope Lodge

132 West 32nd Street, New York, NY 10001 (800) 227-2345

Opened in 2007, the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Jerome L. Greene Family Center offers lodging at no cost for cancer patients being treated in Manhattan. Hope Lodge New York City is an eco-friendly facility that offers 60 private guest rooms in a home-like environment. Each guest floor includes a community kitchen and dining area, a quiet lounge and laundry facilities. Each guest room includes a private bath (with shower seat), one king or two twin beds, ample closet space, individual heating and cooling units, personal refrigerator (for medication), cable television, local telephone (with multilingual voicemail and wake-up call options), and wireless internet access. The main floor includes a large lounge with a fireplace and piano, a family visitation room, meditation space, demonstration kitchen, computer resource center (with internet access and printer), library, and an outdoor terrace.

Extended Stay America
One Plaza Drive, Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 553-9700

Extended Stay America has partnered with the American Cancer Society to provide 10,000 free nights and 10,000 discounted nights in its hotels to cancer patients who must travel to another city to receive treatment. The donation will expand the Society’s Guest Room program, which offers free and discounted rooms to patients and caregivers, offsetting costs associated with living away from home. Extended Stay America offers spacious suites, a fully equipped kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator, microwave oven, stovetop, toaster, coffee maker, cooking utensils, dishes and cutlery, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with premium channels, on-site laundry facilities, and a free grab-and-go breakfast. Guests also receive unlimited local phone use and personalized voicemail, pet-friendly accommodations, and fitness centers. All suites in this hotel are non-smoking.

Many of our patients have volunteered to speak with other women who may have questions about what it is like to go through restorative breast and body surgery. If you would like to speak with someone who has already gone through the process, please contact us and we will find a “buddy” for you.


The Bosom Buddies are available for emotional support, practical tips, sharing stories, and other types of real life help that can help other women feel more comfortable and safe in their journey.

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With patients from all over the world, we do our best to help provide optimal resources when traveling to New York City for plastic surgery. Whether you're looking for a hotel or other lodging, this can be a tool while booking your travel.

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