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Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not possible).
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, ATM on site, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 10 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 10 per person per night when using existing beds.
Extra beds are not available.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Just a 6-minute walk from the 39th Avenue subway station, this New York hotel offers a well-equipped gym. Its contemporary rooms feature a flat-screen cable TV with 5 HBO channels.
Score from 451 reviews Good
Featuring rooms with a private balcony overlooking the Manhattan skyline, this Long Island City hotel is less than one block from the 39th Avenue subway station.
Score from 870 reviews Very good
This hotel in Long Island City, Queens is just under a mile from Manhattan and 4 miles from LaGuardia Airport. A restaurant and lounge are available on site.
Score from 131 reviews Good
Located just a 10-minute drive from Manhattan, Mayflower International Long Island City is in Queens. The property features a fitness center and free Wi-Fi access is available.
Score from 590 reviews Good
The breakfast is poor & everyday the same. We stay 11 days & our fly was at 10 p.m. We asked to leave our luggage in the front desk like we did during all of ours travels but no they refused it. The Room for 4 person too small,
Price of room
Dirty Elevator Street and Subway Noise
Proximity to train made travel into Manhattan super easy.
I liked the location and that it had a few parking spots. The breakfast was good. A variety of breakfast items.
One thing that stood out was the cleaning staff. I did not like having to hear their loud conversations during breakfast. The place is already small enough and they would just lounge around the eating area (I guess they were placing more food for guest) talking in Spanish about their personal life's. I guess that's fine but they were too loud and some of the language they would use was inappropriate.
The comfy bed was the only good thing about this place
Staff aren't great, wouldn't hurt to crack a smile every now and then. Not very helpful. Can't store luggage after check out - first hotel that's never done this! Breakfast a bit of a joke, awful
short traveling time by subway to Manhatten
staff should start say hello/greetings small breakfest room slow internet
the room was just beautiful the person who attend me the second time was the most friendly i have encounter...well second most friendly in hotels i stayed.
humm some of the stuff need to get train in customer service, over the phone and in person, dont have much a friendly welcome, and if taken personal could be found rude.
The people in front of us at the check-in desk asked to have a room for 3 hours and were accommodated which seemed odd. We smelled marijuani in the elevator. There was a lot of noise in the hallway all night. The location was a little scary.
staff is good
train sound big
They fixed the ac problem when it quit working
you can tell a lot just from the way the front desk and entrance looks. It's tiny, cluttered, dirty, old furniture. No one takes pride enough to straighten the pamphlet rack. The elevator had pizza crust on the floor and trash when I got there at 8 am and it was never cleaned when I left at 8 pm the next day. The rooms were about the same but they were at least cleaned. It feels like you are staying in a slum lords idea of a hotel. There are several hotels nearby that offer better accommodations for the same rates.
affordable price, clean room and bathroom, free juice and yogurt for breakfast, one door for entering and exiting building.
frozen fake eggs for breakfast, super cramped room, the 7 train rattling by every 20 minutes throughout the night, cars honking throughout the night (you know that booking.com commercial with all the noise from the city...yeah, like that)
4 minutes from the 33rd st subway station
Neighborhood was questionable
room was way too small breakfast was cold staff didn't let us know there days inn offer military discount
Nice "generic" hotel to stay for 1-2 days.
Neighborhood is very noisy and dirty.
The bed was comfortable
The hallway smell bad at times
Room and bed
Only one lift
Very clean room
Room was in the basement and the cleaning staff was noisy outside our door and had to be asked to move so that we could pass by!
The staff is very friendly and eager to assist. The rooms are small but clean and comfortable. The Hotel is well located for those with business in nearby areas of Brooklyn. The rate was very reasonable. A nice breakfast was included.
Parking is limited, so late arrival can be problematic. The approach from the local streets is a bit tricky, even with GPS. There is little in the way of amenities in the immediate neighborhood; this hotel is best suited for those who \se activities take them elsewhere in the NY area.
-cheap -continental breakfast -right next to the metro -good view of the city
-uncomfortable bed -wifi didn't always work
I read a lot of reviews here, and it looks like they are under a new management compared to some older reviews. The rooms were very clean. The room furnishing was good. The bathrooms were good. The breakfast was good. The location was good - only steps to a magneta line subway and probably half an hour from the room to Times Square. The parking was free. The staff at the very least did their job (we didn't like one of the cleaners, but she was OK and not great like everyone else) and at their best was quite good. The sheets were changed daily, the mattress was very comfortable, and sound insulation was adequate. I'd say that the price and location make this a good hotel anywhere in Northeast, and not just New York.
WiFi was slow and ocassionally didn't let us log in due to "too many visitors" (I suppose they did not count on the increase in gadgets and the need for 2-3 logins per room). Some of the rooms face subway, and there is no view to speak of. The area, while safe, does not have any decent stores or places to eat, so plan accordingly. There are very few channels on TV in hotel rooms.
We got in a night early, and even though the hotel was booked up, Sam at the desk found us a room. It was 3am and we were grateful. The price is probably the best that close to Manhattan, that I've ever seen. If I had read all of the reviews on here first, of this hotel, I might not have booked here, and that is unfair to this great little place. I'm writing this long review because my teenaged daughter and I had a GREAT experience here. The room was perfect, the bed really comfortable, the huge flat screen TV wonderful. We had a little mini fridge, and that was very handy, and there is a coffee maker and a safe in the room as well, and a fully equipped bath. We could only get a king bed due to the sold out situation, but it was huge, so we were fine. I want to personally commend Sam at the front desk on his guest service- he sat down with me and explained the subway system with the map in his hand personally, so there was no possible chance we would get lost. He went above and beyond, and I appreciated that, because my daughter was not feeling well. Long Island City (Queens) may not look like the best neighborhood but I assure you it is perfectly safe, as I am originally from NYC and hadn't been back in 9 years. And the location so close to Manhattan cannot be beat. It was 10 minutes to both Grand Central and Times Square on the subway. We forgot some toiletries, but it was no problem, because they had everything we needed at the desk. Rahul on the day shift was delightful, as well as Sam. We did not have the parking issue I read about on here about this hotel, since we took the bus from West Virginia- but I have to ask, who drives to New York City to stay in a hotel and expects loads of parking? This is not a Days Inn located at the side of some obscure highway, it is New York City. If you drive in NYC, you are nuts anyway, with the subway only steps away from the door of the hotel..
Please see what we DID like. I have NO complaints.
Be aware while booking this hotel room they hold all the payments and staff were not friendly at all. Breakfast was poor. You don't have choice of changing other hotel because they charge for all the nights. Very upset with service and policy. I strongly not recomended this hotel to any one.
the lemon water in the lobby had gone bad and they kept refilling without changing the lemons