Queens Hotels
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Z Hotel

Z Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Z is a hip boutique in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens. Stylish rooms have dark grey accent walls with funky murals, floor-to-ceiling windows offering sweeping Manhattan views, and tons of fun details. The attractive, industrial-chic lounge is the meeting point for guests day and night, and offers a solid drinks and tapas menu well into the evening. The hotel's location (a short walk from seven subway lines and one stop on the E train from Midtown); outstanding freebies (Wi-Fi, hourly shuttle to and from Manhattan, loaner bikes, and phone calls); and reasonable rates (cheaper than Manhattan hotels) make it a great value. It's a chic option for those who don’t mind staying in a quieter part of the city.
Wyndham Garden Long Island City Manhattan View Hotel

Wyndham Garden Long Island City Manhattan View Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The spacious rooms -- with modern amenities, pillowtop mattresses, and sleek bathrooms -- are the highlight at this lovely budget-friendly property, which can offer incredibly reasonable rates because it is located in Long Island City. But its location -- on a desolate, warehouse-filled block -- is also its drawback. Amenities are minimal but include a small fitness center and 24-hour business center, as well as a local Italian restaurant.
Hotel Vetiver

Hotel Vetiver Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Hotel Vetiver is a mid-range hotel located in a somewhat unattractive area of Queens that offers easy subway access to Midtown Manhattan. It features 62 bright, contemporary rooms with flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, and small bathrooms with walk-in showers and Rusk toiletries. Some rooms have balconies with partial Manhattan views, and a few have kitchenettes, but there are some inconsistencies in terms of in-room amenities (some have closets, others have mini-fridges…). The fitness center is tiny and there’s no full restaurant on-site, but a solid free continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi add value.
Holiday Inn L.I. City - Manhattan View

Holiday Inn L.I. City - Manhattan View Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This branch of the popular Holiday Inn chain fulfills visitors’ brand expectations, with the added bonus of stunning skyline views from the up-and-coming (and budget-friendly) Queens neighborhood of Long Island City. Manhattan’s main tourist sights are easily accessible via seven nearby subway lines. All the staples of a mid-range chain -- comfortable beds, free Wi-Fi, a serviceable restaurant and a small fitness center -- are provided for a very attractive price.
Country Inn & Suites NYC in Queens

Country Inn & Suites NYC in Queens Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The 133-room Country Inn & Suites NYC in Queens (Long Island City to be exact) is just a few blocks from the Queensboro Bridge. This value hotel's City View rooms have unexpected views of the bridge as well as glistening buildings in Manhattan's Upper East Side found just across the river. The hotel's lower cost (compared to Manhattan spots), convenient location to several metro lines, and free breakfast buffet are pluses for anyone who is on a budget and doesn't mind visible wear and tear or the smell of stale smoke in their rooms. This hotel is also convenient for anyone on business because of its easy access to Manhattan and Brooklyn, and walking distance to the Queenboro Plaza.
Comfort Inn

Comfort Inn Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Location is the main reason to book a room at this well-maintained but somewhat cramped 80-room value hotel in Long Island City. The Comfort Inn is one block away from a major elevated subway station and one of the city's major public-transit hubs, and only two train stops from Times Square. It's one of the best bets for those who want to be near the heart of Manhattan while paying non-Manhattan hotel prices; just be prepared to stay on a desolate block in Queens, amidst construction sites.
Sleep Inn - Long Island City

Sleep Inn - Long Island City Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Sleep Inn – Long Island City is a contemporary and convenient budget hotel. Features include a small fitness center, continental breakfast, and free Wi-Fi. The rooms are clean and modern with basic amenities, including coffeemakers, flat-screen TVs, safes, and toiletries. The hotel is attractively priced and some rooms have gorgeous city views. Although close to Manhattan and LaGuardia Airport, the gritty neighborhood may be a drawback for some.
Quality Inn Long Island City

Quality Inn Long Island City Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The Quality Inn Long Island City keeps it simple. Located within walking distance of the Queensboro Plaza subway station and bus lines, this Queens value hotel puts Manhattan within a 20-minute reach. Basic and generic-looking, the narrow building does show a bit of personality in the lobby, with its bold black-and-white checkered marble floors and curving gold chandeliers. Some of the rooms have whirlpools. The hotel also offers free Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast, but there's no fitness center, on-site laundry, or free parking, and the business center consists of one computer, printer and fax crammed into a corner of the lobby. Be aware that noise from the nearby overhead train tracks might disturb light sleepers. Travelers might also want to check rates at the nearby Verve Hotel, which has a fitness facility.

BEST WESTERN City View Inn Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The Best Western City View Inn is a 71-room budget hotel in a slightly unattractive residential area of Queens. It has run-of-the-mill decor, bland yet spacious rooms and, depending on your room number, views of the Manhattan skyline or a cemetery. While it is physically far from the subway -- which is necessary to access tourist spots in Manhattan -- the hotel offers a shuttle to the nearest train station. Some of the hotel's competitors are located closer to public transportation, but the City View Inn offers free full breakfast as opposed to a limited continental breakfast. There is no fitness facility or full business center, but free Wi-Fi and parking are available.
Ramada Long Island City

Ramada Long Island City Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The 80-room Ramada Long Island City budget hotel is housed on a slightly gritty block in a residential Queens community. While there aren't many exciting sights nearby other than local businesses, Midtown Manhattan is a short train ride away, and the closest subway station is within three blocks. Both the decor of the lobby-slash-dining area and the rooms are simple and clean, yet both could use more space for added comfort. Certain rooms offer sweeping views of the New York City skyline. This hotel offers free Wi-Fi, breakfast, and newspapers, as well as a small fitness center. But nearby competitors like Hotel Vetiver and Red Roof Inn offer the same close proximity to the subway and airport with better decor, balconies, and breakfast options.


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