Least expensive hotel for pesach
I am looking for the least expensive, or a very reasonable priced Pesach program.
(1)Daily minyan, a shir or two during shabbos/yom tov would be nice.
(2)Three square meals a day, a kiddush after davening for shabbos/yom tovim would be nice.
(3)Tea room would be nice, 24 hour NOT required.
(4) Not far from NYC since I do not need to factor in air fare and this way I can use my car.
I do not require any extras or entertainment, I have a car, gps, and can drive to anything that I want to do.
There must be a market for people who don't want the cooking, shopping cleaning etc that goes along with making pesach at home. I am looking for a home away from home, not a five star vacation.
Years ago there was a hotel called the Lakehouse Hotel. My family went there, 6 people, two rooms; cost us $2,000 for pesach. Two years ago I had my daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter stay at the Prima Kings in Jerusalem for pesach, half board, for a total of $1,300. It’s a shame air fare to Israel is so high during pesach since there are such great deals over there.
Oppenheimer’s Regis Hotel
Fleischmanns, NY 12430
Shmura Matzos Only
Non Gebrokts Only
Kashrus Supervised by Rabbinate K’hal Adath Jeshrun
Daf Yomi & Shiurim Daily
These are both simple and decent places. No Chol Hamoed Extraganvasampalanka outings, etc.
I don't know the logistics of how to do this,
but many single friends have in the past;
rent a small apartment with a kitchen walking distance from all the Kosher hotels on Collin's Avenue in Miami Beach (which is also walking distance from South Beach). there are plenty of Kosher for Pessach shopping nearby, and many hotels will sell individual meals to locals. some hotels even allow non-guests to lounge on their premises, and attend services, programming and lectures. with the real estate market down there in the toilet, there should be lots of nice furnished places available.
re: Joe Berger
Sounds like too much work, kitchen has to be kashered, must buy cooking utensils, must still shop and cook. Eating at hotels is probably a fortune. I am not looking for the absolute cheapest option, but an inexpensive Hotel/program option. What I don't need is the schmaltz that most of the advertised placed having, you know, "gourmet meals", entertainment, golfing, spas, etc...
re: Joe Berger