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Gild Hall
Gild Hall, a stylish boutique hotel in lower Manhattan, has a business center on the fourth floor and a few small meeting rooms. Faxing is available at the front desk, and in-room Wi-Fi is available for $10. Read Gild Hall's review
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Gramercy Park
The Gramercy Park Hotel, located in Gramercy/Murray Hill has a business center with a 24-hour, multilingual secretarial staff and all the equipment you could possibly need, including video-conferencing and AV equipment. The hotel also has conference facilities for up to 50 people and in-room Wi-Fi for $15 per day. Read Gramercy Park's review
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Grand Hyatt Avenue
Located right next to Grand Central Station, the Grand Hyatt has a 24-hour business center, Wi-Fi for $9.99 a day and is fully equipped for conferences, with 55,000 square feet of meeting space. Read Grand Hyatt's review
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Holiday Inn NYC -- Manhattan 6th Avenue
The Holiday Inn in Chelsea is a great pick for business travelers on a budget. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and has a small business center with free copying, printing and faxing. Read Holiday Inn NYC's review
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Hotel Giraffe
The quiet and small-scale Hotel Giraffe, located in Gramercy/Murray Hill, offers guests free Wi-Fi (and in-room hard-wired connections as well). There is no business center, but guests have access to a laptop and printer, and the Penthouse Piano Suite can be used for meeting space. Read Hotel Giraffe's review
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Kitano New York
With a quiet Murray Hill location, the Kitano is convenient to both Midtown East and the Financial District and offers guests a free shuttle to Wall Street every morning. The Kitano also offers guests a business center, laptop rentals and meeting rooms for corporate events. Read Kitano Hotel's review
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Millennium Hilton
The Millennium Hilton, located in Lower Manhattan, offers guests a 24-hour business center, conference services and an audio-visual staff. Wi-Fi is available for $14.95 per day, and the fitness center, sauna and pool make the Millennium Hilton a great place to let off some steam. Read Millennium Hilton's review
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Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park
The Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park has 6 large meeting rooms, a boardroom and a high-tech business center, making it the perfect place for conferences and corporate events. The hotel even offers guests a 'Conference Concierge' and an in-house audio-visual department. Read Ritz-Carlton's review
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Sofitel New York
Located in Midtown West near 16 different subway lines, this hotel has a multilingual staff, a free 24-hour business center and Wi-Fi for $7.99 a day. Read Sofitel's Review
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The Alex Hotel
Located close to the United Nations in Midtown East, the Alex Hotel is a popular choice for diplomats. The hotel has a business center, free Wi-Fi in the lobby (and for $15 per day in rooms) and a stylish meeting room.Read Alex Hotel's review
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The Kimberly Hotel
This hotel, located in Midtown, has 700-square-foot suites, perfect for extended-stay business travelers. A penthouse meeting space can be rented out for meetings or events, and it's equipped with a PC/laser jet printer, fax machine, conference table and high-speed Internet. Read Kimberly Hotel's review
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Taraji P. Henson, Katrina Bowden, Linda Gray, Diana Ramirez and Eve (L-R) line up to walk the runway in New York City. The women get dolled up in their best red dress for the Heart Truth's Red Dress Collection 2011 at The Theatre at Lincoln Center during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. 960 1280

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Julianne Hough, Ann Curry, Matthew McConaughey, Camila Alves and Gayle King (L-R) pose for a picture at the Heart Truth's Red Dress Collection 2011, an annual fashion show to encourage woman to lower their risk for heart disease. February is American Heart Month. 960 1280

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Project Runway Season 4 winner, Christian Siriano (center), poses with friends after his fall collection fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City. 960 1280

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Rapper and actress Eve attends the Rebecca Minkoff Fall 2011 show at The Theater at Lincoln Center. 960 1280

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Fashion journalist Louise Roe, Lo Bosworth from MTV's The Hills, and model Agyness Deyn (L-R) check out women walking the runway to show off Rebecca Minkoff's Fall 2010 Collection. 960 1280

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From the TV show Real Housewives of New York, Simon van Kempen and Alex McCord pose for a picture with their friend Patrick McDonald before the Academy of Art University's Fall 2011 fashion show. 960 1280

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Designer Tinsley Mortimer, Becca Diamond, musician Alexa Ray Joel, TV personality Olivia Munn, actress Mena Suvari and photographer Nigel Barker (L-R) attend the Jill Stuart Fall 2011 fashion show during New York Fashion Week. 960 1280

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Model Petra Nemkova (fourth from L), actress Rosario Dawson, actress Rose Byrne, and actress Bella Heathcote watch the models walk the runway to show off the Tommy Hilfiger Fall 2011Women's Collection. 960 1280

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Model Veronica Webb, celebrity stylist June Ambrose and actress Julia Stiles sit in the front row to see the Tracy Reese Fall 2011 fashion show. 960 1280

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Actress Gabrielle Union and TV news personality Natalie Morales are all smiles at the Tracey Reese Fall fashion show. 960 1280

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Paparazzi surround reality TV star Kim Kardashian taking her seat before the fashion show for Charlotte Ronson's Fall/Winter 2011 Collection. 960 1280

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Singer Fergie watches a model present a creation at the Diane Von Furstenberg Fall/Winter 2011 collection during New York Fashion Week. 960 1280

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Reality TV star Ramona Singer (center), of The Real Housewives of New York City, reacts to a model wearing an interesting creation at the Zang Toi Fall/Winter 2011 fashion show. 960 1280

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Musician Wyclef Jean stands for a quick photo op with the paparazzi before the Tommy Hilfiger Fall/Winter 2011 collection show during New York Fashion Week. 960 1280

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Reality TV star Olivia Palermo (L), and actress Vanessa Hudgens smile for the camera at the Tibi Fall/Winter 2011 collection fashion show during Fashion Week. 960 1280

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The Lost Girls -- Amanda, Holly and Jen -- get ready to run at the starting line in the first-ever Runaway Bridesmaids race in New York City. 960 1280


Lost Girl Holly Corbett proves that you can wear that bridesmaid dress again -- and for a good cause! She created the charity along with her fellow Lost Girls to raise money and awareness for sex trafficking. 960 1280


And they’re off! The Runaway Bridesmaids surged ahead for the fun run. The 5th Avenue Mile in New York City attracts top runners from around the world, but this year was the first time a team of men and women ran down the iconic street wearing bridesmaids dresses. 960 1280

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The Runaway Bridesmaids team ran in dresses to collect pledges for Village Volunteers‘ partner New Light—an organization providing shelter, healthcare, education, and HOPE for the children of sex workers in India’s largest red light district. They raised more than $10,000 on Crowdrise for the shelter so far. 960 1280


Lost Girl and Runaway Bridesmaids Amanda Pressner is getting married this year, and is supporting the Runaway Bridesmaids cause by signing up for TheKnot.com’s first ever charity registry. She may have gotten a few ideas about what kind of dresses she wants her own bridesmaids to wear from the event. 960 1280


Would you run in a dress for charity? Darren Garnick, one of the brave male runners, took one for the team and donned a bridesmaid dress for the cause. 960 1280


First place finisher: Congrats to Matthew Daniele, the guy in the green dress who, despite all the cat calls from the women on the sidelines, persevered to win first place in the Runaway Bridesmaids heat with a 5:54 mile. (And that's Lost Girl Holly Corbett just moments behind him, taking the win for first place female runner). 960 1280

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The Lost Girls -- Amanda, Holly and Jen -- celebrate after running The Runaway Bridesmaid's Fifth Avenue Mile. 960 1280


Five of the Runaway Bridesmaids (including Lost Girls Holly and Amanda) are going on to run 26.2 miles in dresses for the New York City Marathon. Check out the Crowdrise page to find you how YOU can help fight sex trafficking and make a real difference in kids’ lives without having to even leave home—or wear a poufy dress. 960 1280

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Lost Girls Holly and Jen get a little pick-me-up from their fellow Runaway Bridesmaids. 960 1280


Matthew Daniele and fellow male 'maid show the crowds along New York's Fifth Avenue how to run like a man…in a dress. 960 1280


Runaway Bridesmaid Heather Parcells has fun with the photographers. Crowds gathered on Fifth Avenue to watch the first-ever Runaway Bridesmaids race in New York City. 960 1280


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