Traveling To NYC For A Sports Tournament @hotelsforteams #Hotels4Teams #Ad


    Many of the sports parents that I am friends with around the country reach out to me when they find out that their child’s team is scheduled to travel to my native New York City for a tournament. After all, most of them have never visited the Big Apple and coming here for the first time can be a little intimidating. One of their major concerns is usually how they are going to be able to afford a trip to a major city on their team budget.


    My experience has been that not only do they all end up having a great time while they are here, but that they also are able to take advantage of visiting some of our attractions as well during their stay. When it comes to planning their stay and needing some downtime activities, I always recommend that they use the City Guide that Hotels4Teams offers parents and coaches. They’ve compiled some great places for teams to relax and bond before or after the game.


    The best part about NYC is that it is that it is full of fun things for families to do all year long. Some of its better known attractions include the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Central Park, Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building and the 9/11 Museum. Those are some of the most famous sights but many people don’t know that there are also lots of things to see if one ventures outside of Manhattan into the outer boroughs like Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. With a little bit of planning, you can add some great restaurants to your team’s itinerary as well as travel around the city seamlessly on public transportation using the Subway.


     Although many cities across the United States have fun team building activities, I just feel that NYC has more and is a lot more fun than other places! But then, I’m a New Yorker so I might not be the most objective person to ask about this magnificent city. I can guarantee you that your team will have an unforgettable experience here and that you will never forget the time that you spent here!


Let’s Discuss: Has your family or team every visited NYC and, if so, what are some of the attractions that you visited while you were here?

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  1. I always love seeing these hotels. They seem so nice and kid friendly.

  2. We always enjoyed traveling to watch the kiddos’ in their competitions. We never made it to NYC unfortunately.

  3. I’m so excited you guys were in my city for a tournament! How fun! These hotels all look so amazing!

  4. We have not traveled to NYC with kids yet, but it is definitely in our future! I never thought of websites for teams though. Super cool!

  5. Annemarie LeBlanc says

    I am going to check if they have any of these hotels in my area. My two sons frequently go places for their sports meets. Thanks for letting me know about this.

  6. My little boy is only one but I’m hoping he loves sports as much as I did! This kind of website would be handy if he’s ever on a club kind of team that travels a lot. Or even a school team! How helpful for parents.

  7. Dogvills says

    I’ve been to NYC for a quick 2 day business trip. Did not have much time to explore the city, but I will make sure I come back for a longer stay. I am glad that there are hotels4teams. This is a great thing to offer sports teams who are on travel for a tournament. Will let my sons’ coaches know about this.

  8. The Fashion Sherlock says

    Good options for those visiting New York. Very informative for those needing guidance.

  9. Surprising despite living 2 hours away and visiting family in NY I have NEVER been to any of the attractions!! Your article has showed me its time to change that! Great post.

  10. This is such a useful article! I’m a coach and always looking for the cheapest hotels for our kids. If we ever head to NY for a competition, I’ll definitely be sharing this article with them!

  11. This is a great article! I’m a coach and I’m constantly looking for cheap options for my athletes to stay at when our team travels. If we ever have a competition in NY, I’ll be sure to share this article with them!

  12. It’s great that there is a portal that allows parents to find the cheapest hotels so that they can be part of their children’s supporting team. New York sounds like a fantastic trip!

  13. We haven’t had to go to NYC yet for a sports tournament. But if we do, I’ll keep this in mind.

  14. I would absolutely LOVE to go to NYC one day and I bet it is amazing getting to see a sports tournament there!

  15. I used to do a ton of travel with my Swim Team, and it can get so expensive! I am sure my mom would have loved something to help find more inexpensive hotels when we were traveling. I am sure it will help me when my kids are older too!

  16. New York is one of my favorite places to visit and to be able to go for a tournament is cool. Hotels 4 Teams is something that I have never heard of.

  17. Wow this looks great. Traveling to NYC can be difficult and expensive to find the right hotel. I don’t live far from NYC so I appreciate the advice for hotels.

  18. valerie christie says

    My son has played at that camp in his high-school days. Hope you had a great stay!

  19. Love, love, love all your photos as I’m a native New Yorker born in Manhattan. Great tips for sports teams visiting the Big Apple … good for you!

  20. Only been to NYC a few times but man it can be overwhelming with how much there is to do. I’ve found that City Guide can definitely be helpful as you mentioned. Great post!

  21. I’ve never been to NYC! But this looks amazing! Will check this out when we go there. Thanks!

  22. I just moved back to LA from NYC and this post is making me miss it all over again! There’s definitely something there for everyone to do!

  23. What a cool post! I love New York, I cannot wait to take my kids there. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  24. hotels4teams seems like a really great way to find the best places for a team when staying in NYC. I think it is a clever idea.

  25. I loved spending time in NYC! This is so helpful for those who are traveling there with their teams!

  26. NYC , we visited the city sone 20 years ago and dis all the tourist spots revommended in the travel brochures. I am sure things have changed a lot since our last visit. If I visit again I will definitely use the city guide .

  27. Good to hear from a local that the city guide from Hotels4Teams is such a winner! I’ve always wanted to travel to New York. Maybe my husband and I can check it out next year.

  28. My kiddo travels for football. I am for sure going to have to keep this in mind because hotels can get so expensive. Thanks for the information.

  29. I used to travel a ton for work and always wondered how travel teams coordinated all their trips! (And let’s give it up for the chaperones that keep them all in line ?)

  30. Sounds like such a handy website to know about as hotels can be quite expensive in cities like new York.

  31. NYC is definitely on my travel list! Thank you for sharing these helpful tips and info!

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