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Thank you Diana for going out of your way to accommodate a problematic situation, My car was towed on an adjacent street and she lent a sympathetic ear. You probably are thinking it was not a big deal, but it was to me. You showed...More
Very nice place for an overnight reasonably close to subway and family. Used my own maps to navigate since the locals and even the desk could not help with directions. Plentiful uber In the area. But the room was very nice, best hotel shower in...More
For a hotel outside of Manhattan, this is convenient enough as it is close to multiple subway lines at Court Square. The hotel is clean and room functional. Sound insulation was not great as we could hear people talking in the hallway. Breakfast had eggs...More
The hotel has every thing one need to visit New York, proximity to the subway (1.5 blocks away, one stop outside Manhattan), breakfast, reasonable priced parking and a great room.
The room was very clean and the bed (king) just right (not too firm or...More
It is a basic hotel, there are no features that stand out . It's clean quite roomy. If you book try to avoid the rooms at the front as the road noise at 4 in the morning woke us all. Breakfast very basic with little...More
At LIC Hotel, we emphasize cleanliness and comfort above all else and strive to provide our guests with the most convenient experience during their visit to the wondrous city of New York. Whether you are here to …Moreexplore Manhattan or are traversing the local community in Queens, our hotel and staff are available to assist you to the best of our abilities. And at the end of the day, you can sit back with your loved ones and enjoy the spectacular view of Manhattan from our rooftop; truly a perfect way to wrap up a journey to New York! Less
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It's quite easy to take the AirTrain and subway from JFK to this hotel. Catch the AirTrain to the subway line and get on the E train to Manhattan. Get off at Court Sq-23 St station, and choose your exit... More
It's quite easy to take the AirTrain and subway from JFK to this hotel. Catch the AirTrain to the subway line and get on the E train to Manhattan. Get off at Court Sq-23 St station, and choose your exit carefully so that you come out at 21st St: head toward the stairs you see as you get off the train. From there it's only a 5 min walk down 21st St to the hotel. From JFK this will take you a good hour and a bit. While this is the cheapest way to your hotel, and safe enough in my opinion, the quickest and easiest way is to catch a cab--but more $$$. Keep in mind the subway can get really full as you get closer to Manhattan, depending on what time you travel, so you don't want to have too much luggage with you.
To catch the subway into Manhattan, go back to this same station and catch the train you want going in that direction (the E line for example): it's only one stop away! (Depending where you're headed.)
Depending how long you're staying in NYC, you might want to buy a one-week MetroCard for unlimited subway travel--it's quite cheap, around $35. Even if you're staying less than a week, it doesn't take long for this to pay for itself. Otherwise you can buy a MetroCard and fill it with as much credit as you like so you don't need to continually buy subway tickets. Purchase your MetroCard at a vending machine as you're preparing to get on the E train from JFK to your hotel.