We stayed at Q4 for 6 nights. Our room was # 303 - train tracks view. A private one, ideal for a couple.
The first night was a noise nightmare, since the train track is almost inside the room. The building is very well located. It was a bank before not conceived to be a hotel. You MUST HAVE your earplugs on ($1 at front desk ) to get a good night of sleep.
The staff is well informed and very kind.
The room looked very clean until I checked under the bed, but don't worry, what the eyes don't see the heart doesn't feel.
For $130 a night I expected to get at least a hotel size soap, but not.
The kitchen, amenities and the board info are all great.
Overall, it's not that bad but it's not that good too, its Ok - 5/10.
NYC its awesome.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brand New Fully Renovated Hostel! 3 Stories, Full Basement and Rooftop of pure comfort, convenience and unbelievable affordability! Long Island City is located in western Queens, just across the East River from Midtown Manhattan and the Upper East Side. It is one of the most "vibrant areas in Queens and all of New York City." "In the last twenty years overwhelmingly industrial Long Island City has become a major cultural center with world-class art and working artists." Only 10 minutes from Midtown Manhattan and a few short blocks to the subway! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Q4 Hotel Long Island City, New York