We were confused by the hotel options in the Queens area and did not want to pay Trump Tower prices for a room . The cheaper options were not appealing from the thumbnails online and we threw the dice and went with the confidence of a Marriott brand. It was a good call as we were pleased.
Okay for a short stay. The neighborhood can be sketchy. The coffeemaker was dirty as was the ceiling in the bathroom. Most of the channels on the TV didn't come in. The positives are places to eat nearby: McDonald's & Chinese. The N & W train is also easy to get to from the hotel.
After reading some of the other reviews, I was prepared for a very uncleanly experience ... but our room was very clean and nice!! Minimalist Art Deco-ish furniture, but there was NO nold, mildew, and some of the other gross things described previously. There was about a 10-15 minute wsait to check ...
The hotel was very cute and youthful. I loved the design I almost wanted to stay in my room my whole trip. The rooftop was beautiful although it was a chilly night to be up there. Also the hotel was located close to shops and a great walking distance to Central Park. I would definitely recommend ...
If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at 21 Club, Birdland Jazz Club NYC, Pershing Square and The Spotted Pig. These and Astoria's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.Nightlife in Astoria
After dinner — or a long afternoon of shopping and sightseeing — head to local watering holes like Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant, Iridium and Village Vanguard for a drink and a taste of Astoria's nightlife.Where to eat in Astoria
If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at 21 Club, Birdland Jazz Club NYC, Pershing Square and The Spotted Pig. These and Astoria's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.Activities and entertainment in Astoria
Whether you're traveling solo or with the entire family in tow, you can find something fun to do in Astoria. For a different kind of rush, catch a game or concert at Madison Square Garden and Icahn Stadium.
For a relaxing bit of fun, head to the theaters at Bow Tie Cinemas Ziegfeld Theater and AMC Empire 25. Exhale New York - Upper East Side is always on hand to help you relax and forget about work for a while.Arts and culture in Astoria
Get a taste of culture at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Ground Zero Museum Workshop, where exhibits offer some serious insights into the world around us.
The artworks at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Jewish Museum showcase charm, retrospective insights and forward-thinking ideas — all painted across canvases, carved onto sculptures and maybe even laid into jewelry.
Fancy a little knowledge or something to read on the trip home? Head to the well-stocked bookshelves of New-York Historical Society. Stevens Institute of Technology offers its own brand of higher knowledge — soak it in with a campus tour.Best times to visit Astoria
Want to save up to 38%, 34% and 23% while traveling to Astoria? If you book on Orbitz and travel during January, February and March, respectively, you can. So get out there and experience something new — for less!Where to stay in Astoria
Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action or a quiet ways away, Astoria is filled with distinctive neighborhoods. Among these are Lower Manhattan, Long Island City and Midtown.Getting to Astoria
The most direct path to Astoriais through Newark Liberty International Airport and LaGuardia Airport.Where to stay in Astoria
Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action or a quiet ways away, Astoria is filled with distinctive neighborhoods. Among these are Lower Manhattan, Long Island City and Midtown.Outdoor activities in Astoria
Feel a little wind on your face while picnicking or simply enjoying a sunny afternoon at Central Park. Ellis Island, too, shows off Astoria's natural side.
At Central Park Zoo, all kinds of weird and wonderful animals await to photobomb your snapshots.
We had a room on the top 17th floor. The view was amazing. The staff was exceptional, always ready to help and serve. Enjoyed having all the necessary amenities in the room. (It would have been even better though if there were half and half packets in the fridge for the coffee. The dry creamer is not classy enough for this hotel). The subway station was also a block or two away and the line came directly from JFK.
There wasn’t a complimentary breakfasf. I found out the hard way. Went downstairs and helped myself to some eggs . Received a $22 bill for it because I didn’t have a breakfast voucher. Most expensive eggs of my life ! I wish someone would have told me before I sat down and ate :(
IMMEDIATELY TAKEN CARE OF WITH A MIDNIGHT ARRIVAL WITH CHILD. WOULD RETURN TO THIS HOTEL 100%
I’ve stayed here plenty of times and it’s a great place to stay mainly because of the ambience and the location