I reserved a King sized bed deluxe room, and it seemed I was upgraded to a suite or so (unless that's what a "deluxe room" is). The hotel concierge was quick to address my needs and was generally friendly. Check in and check out were done quickly.
As for the actual room itself, I love how clean and spacious it was (the latter especially when compared to Manhattan's hotel rooms). The King sized bed was comfortable to sleep in, and I didn't have any issues with the pillows being too high or too low. Noise level wise, the area seems quiet at night thankfully.
Note that the air conditioning runs really well. A good thing to keep in mind as some hotels have bad A/C that barely gets the room cold.
The bathroom is clean and spacious like the room. You have your usual toiletries. None of them stand out, but they get the job done. Only flaw with the bathroom is that there is no fan control.
Breakfast buffet is $13. Apparently you can buy a voucher with the stay from initial reservations or just pay for it directly after being seated. Breakfast isn't bad; it's recommended if you're attending the US Open.
Location wise, this is place is great. It's only like an eight minutes walk from the LIRR or metro station. The hotel lies on the outskirt of Flushing's Chinatown so there are tons of nearby Asian restaurants with cheap prices.
Important to note that the hotel provides feel shuttle services. I took one to the US Open and it usually runs every half hour. Be advised that if you're intend to take a shuttle back to the hotel after the conclusion of a day at the US Open, it can take awhile especially if a Mets game also finished. When this happen, I would advise just taking the 7 subway to Flushing Main Street and then walking back to the hotel.
If I ever need to return this area, I would definitely consider this hotel again.