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Cachet Boutique Hotel

The brand-new Cachet Boutique Hotel is set to open to the public after the marathon, but they're actually opening their doors two days early especially for runners and their families. The hotel is offering a special package, which includes two nights in the hotel, a pre-race meal and a post-race meal, green juices, and a goodie bag filled with everything you'll need for race day.

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Hotel Belleclaire

For those looking for a budget option, the Hotel Belleclaire on the Upper West Side could be good fit. It's just 10 blocks north of the finish line, so guests will find it easy to get right into the middle of the action, but just as easy to escape it. Bonus: It's just two blocks away from Central Park and the Museum of Natural History.

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The Kimberly Hotel

Though it's a little bit farther from the finish line, the Kimberly Hotel, located on 50th Street between 3rd and Lexington Avenues, is still reasonably close for runners—and it may even be ideal for spectators who want to watch the race but who don't want to stay in the middle of all the hubbub. Known for its lively rooftop bar, this is also a great hotel for those who want to unwind over a few drinks.

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The Peninsula New York

The Peninsula New York is perfect for anyone looking for the quintessential New York experience. A 6-minute walk from the finish line, the hotel is not only conveniently located near the race, it's also close to sightseeing musts like Rockefeller Center, Fifth Avenue shopping, and Broadway shows. Fair warning: This place is nothing short of luxe, so while it's an amazing experience, it comes with a price tag to match.

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Wyndham Garden Brooklyn Sunset Park

For those who want to be closer to the starting line (that early a.m. wake-up can be tough), the Wyndham Garden Brooklyn Sunset Park is a great choice. Plus, you'll pay less staying in this area than you would in Manhattan. Fun fact: The hotel is also pet-friendly, so if you're bringing Fido along, you'll be set.

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