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169 Clinton Avenue, Newark, NJ 07108 – Show map
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Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is needed) and costs USD 5 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating
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Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged USD 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 4.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
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.
Cards accepted at this property
Hotel Riviera accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
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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Within driving distance of the attractions of New York City and less than one mile from Newark International Airport, this hotel in Newark, New Jersey has free, 24-hour airport transportation.
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This historic hotel is in the heart of Central Newark. It provides a free shuttle service to Newark Liberty International Airport and features elegant accommodations.
Score from 538 reviews Good
This Irvington hotel is 3 miles from the Newark International Airport and provides a free 24-hour shuttle. The hotel also features a business center, continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi.
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Only 15 minutes from the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and 12 miles from the Statue of Liberty, this hotel has free 24-hour shuttle service to/from Newark International Airport.
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Gated security for parking
Location was close for travel to city but neighborhood was poor
the staff, friendly
the building need a cosmetic repairs.
Shawer water was pressurized and hot.
It is not walking distance far from the Newark Penn Station. Too old bathroom. Some rooms do not have windows to the street.
The employees were nice and helpful, it was the cheapest hotel on the list.Good for who is only gonna sleep and leave.
The neighborhood is dangerous, the night we stayed there was a shooting nearby. The internet was down, the rooms were old and the bed cloth had stains.
I liked the classic look of the hotel The friendliness of staff The quiet being in a populated metro area The beds were very soft and comfortable Was a great experience for the most part
The tv did not know how to work it The ac was not cool enough Wi- if did not work the whole time I was there The slowness of elevator
The price was really great. We stayed there for 12 days and the room was massive. The size of an entire apartment. Staff were friendly and public transport was pretty easy. Only a 30 min journey from the centre of New York. The hotel is a bit creepy looking but really all we used it for was sleeping, we didn't need anything fancy. I have been in much worst hotels, stay here if you don't mind the shabbiness.
Insanely bad area. Felt very out of place every time we stepped outside, one of the worst areas of newark. We always made sure to either get back before dark or get a taxi, it got pretty scary at night. Elevators are really slow Cleaners didn't stop in our room once but we didn't really need it.
How it look
Everything! Very unhappy with the outcome of this place! This place is in the middle of the ghetto.
I enjoyed the view from my room.
However, the air conditioning left me hot and bothered .
Price was ok
I didn't really like anything about this hotel an I would not recommend it to anyone
The rooms are big, the beds are in good condition. It has a lot of closet space, also the bathrooms are a nice size.
Definitely not luxurious as it is a 2 star hotel. But it was definitely a bargain. The premium double Queen room was roomier than other hotel rooms. If one rents a car, NYC is very close by.
No amenities and neighborhood is not the greatest.
Booked a queen received a double.. Checked in told wasw being upgraded and we never told that I had to PAY for parking.. In which the guard would unlock to let me in and out.Left soon after checking in to attend a game. Came back to get our bag. Complained about the size as well as parking.What exactly was the upgrade for.. It was not what I booked. to begin with. They didnt care.. Night clerk was checking in a couple at 8 pm and told them check out is at 11... in 3 hours.. that pretty much did it for us... Called Monday on the next business day and the GM pretty much didnt care what my complaint was. WOukld never go back and I am contacting the BBB
I liked the room because the children had their own space.
It had live roaches in the fridge.
Very dangerous place. Don't even think about this hotel!!!
The space is excellent in the rooms
Old furniture and beds, only one TV per room, and the baths needs a lot of work.
Everything except the staff. The air in this hotel smells like weed, and there are mice in my room, so not clean.
Spacious room Classic style
Facilities in the lobby, were not optimal
The size of the room I had a queen suite and it was apartment size.
The house cleaning service was non visible. I stayed for 4 days and had my room cleaned once. I asked every other time for house cleaning services but no one came.I guess I got what I paid for....
Everything,,,very dissatified,,the hotel was dirty, had a terrible odor,,it was in a bad neighborhood the staff was unprofessional, after being displeased with seeing the room I was forced to pay for the room, with no refund, but I had to get my bank to intervene, I would never recommend this hotel for no one to stay at,,it needs to be rebuilt or remodeled , or just closed down
Had to pay for all day wi fi
Everything. My wife and I pushed the front doors open and noticed the front desk was surrounded by bullet-proof plexi, which indicated the nature of the property. We waited 20 minutes for the front desk clerk, who the security guard indicated was somewhere in the "back." We were assigned to a room on the 8 floor, and took the rickety, elevator there. The room smelly, we saw a couple roaches, the "queen" bed covered in plastic and was smaller than a double. The bathroom was disgusting. The whole property had this aura of dilapidation. The "hotel" as has live-in guests. Those I met seemed unfortunately really down on their luck. One does not feel safe here. We stayed one night and escape the following morning, cancelling the reminder of our stay. This experience taught me that I must read reviews before booking a hotel. Interestingly, this was just 10 dollars less than Days Inn.
the hotel was old but ok.
the location was awefull and unsafe.
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