The weekend we went, the hotel seemed short staffed but managed pretty well. They let us check in a little early since our room was ready. The room we stayed in was a little small for my liking, but we were only there for two days so it was fine. Overall, we had a great stay.
Alone as an older women in the hotel for one night. Feel very comfortable and safe. Not s glamorous lobby. The hallways are narrow and look a little outdated, but not dirty or run down. Room is fine. There is a Hilton attached to this hotel via a hallway that has a restaurant and a bar, very comfortable ...
This was a nice option. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable. The location was close to freeways, the airport, and the subway which made it easy for me to use public transportation as well as Lyft. The hotel staff was courteous and extremely helpful.
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Everything was just great - staff, lobby, room, amenities, breakfast, wi-fi, television, airport pickup. I feel very safe in this hotel even though it is in a very local neighborhood. I wish I could come back and stay each time I am back in New York. Thank you so ...
Queens is the largest and easternmost borough of New York City, known for great ethnic diversity. It is home to two of the main airports of the city, John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport, bringing in thousands of travelers every day. There are several cultural institutions like 5 Pointz and diverse museums like the Noguchi Museum, all within easy reach of hotels in Queens. There are numerous Queens hotels offering a variety of options to tourists to pick from like budget hotels, luxury hotels, and gritty inns.
Some more noteworthy museums showcasing diverse themes that can be visited by tourists staying at hotels Queens like the Museum for African Art and the New York Hall of Science.
Baisley Pond Park and Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge are natural habitats that can be used as an enjoyable escape from the city.
The dining scene in Queens showcases authentic cuisine from all over the world: Grill Point for Israeli food, East Manor for Chinese, and Boca Juniors Argentine Steak House are great options.
The Queens Center Mall and the Atlas Park Mall offer wonderful upscale shopping options. For gifts and knick-knacks explore the Flushing area on Main Street.
The New York Mets have been playing ball in Queens since their inception, so a visit to the brand new Citi Field should be on the docket. Be there next summer for the always fun All-Star Game.
the room was a great size. very good view and really bad service.
For Laguardia airport area, not bad at all. Staff is great.
Arrived late, check-in wasn't the most pleasant person though not horrible and for NY wasn't too bad. I was surprised how nice the hotel was, surprised only because of the low scores and it being a JFK Airport hotel. Restaurant and bar looked appealing though I didnt use them. The room was clean and renovated recently and, again, I was surprised how nice it was. Room was at the end of runway 13L so if you're a light sleeper or want to get to bed early be forewarned, though aircraft do not land all night. Shuttle leaves for the terminals on :00 and :30 every hour so it was convenient. All in all no one probably stays here more than 1 or 2 nights and for that it's perfect for access to JFK.
Overall good value for the money near JFK airport with complimentary shuttle, hot breakfast and an onsite bar/restaurant open until 1030pm for food and 1100pm for drinks. The staff were all wonderful, from the shuttle drivers, to the front desk clerks and restaurant servers The only drawback was the smell in the hotel corridors and the room itself....which can only be described as old sweaty gym socks....seriously, we had to open our room window in 25 degree weather to get fresh air.