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Hotel rooms in New York City ate generally pricey, tiny, and sometimes have disturbing surprises (rats in the Westpark Hotel be Columbus Circle. I found this hotel while visiting a friend in Queens. Two blocks away from the subway, immaculately clean, sufficient space. Two minor...More
My daughter her two children and I spent three nights here in June as part of a Utah to the east coast car trip. It was a very clean and inexpensive alternative to staying in Manhattan. The subway is close and easy to navigate and...More
Great stay for the price paid for NYC. The hotel is very close to the subway and one of my favorite areas, Sunnyside. The hotel is very clean and the hotel staff was very friendly to me and my family. The breakfast was nice too....More
Since it has so many great reviews we decided to stay here and it was the best decision. Smooth check-in, it's located in a quiet neighborhood of Queens near Brooklyn. It has parking but with very limited spaces. There are plenty of off street parking...More
Very well located in queens, literally one short block from the 7 subway station which is a 20 minute ride to times square. The neighbourhood felt safe, and we didn't have any trouble in the area or on the subway. We were here for 5...More
$160 - $308 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Ritpetite96 | Reviewed this property |
As you come out the hotel turn right and go round the corner of the hotel, then walk down that street (53rd street) to the end of the road, there is an entrance to the Lincoln st station there just cross the rold (if going... More
As you come out the hotel turn right and go round the corner of the hotel, then walk down that street (53rd street) to the end of the road, there is an entrance to the Lincoln st station there just cross the rold (if going into Manhattan) and up the steps that's less than a 5 minute walk
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"some rooms over look the graveyard and others (in back) may have some noise from the subway."