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Boro Hotel
4.1/5105 Reviews
LaGuardia Airport Area
The hotel is very good, about 5-10 minutes walk from the subway station, near the NW line, a little farther away from the E, NQRW line. The overall style of the hotel was old and retro. At the beginning, I was afraid of noisy on the second floor (actually soundproofed). The hotel helped me to switch to a 12-room room with a balcony. Finally, when checking out, the average weekly service tax of about 20 knives is collected every day.
Fairfield Inn New York LaGuardia Airport/Astoria
4.1/5110 Reviews
LaGuardia Airport Area
My fiancé and I stayed at this property to avoid a long drive home after attending an engagement party in the area. I see some of the other reviews mention a smaller parking lot which is accurate (but really what do you expect in Queens?) but we had zero issue getting a spot. The moment we stepped into the lobby we noticed that it was warm, welcoming, and even smelled pleasant! The front desk gentleman was kind courteous and professional. The room itself was exactly what I expect from a Marriott- clean, and accommodating! My fiancé was especially impressed with the very sleek and modern shower, which I believe had been updated since the last time we stayed. Overall our stay albeit short was very pleasant. We felt very welcomed and comfortable and slept wonderfully as we always do at a Marriott property. We also happened to meet the General Manager as we were checking out, who was very warm, professional and courteous to us.
Super 8 by Wyndham Long Island City LGA Hotel
3.1/5106 Reviews
LaGuardia Airport Area
We will stay in our Jeep next time! NEVER AGAIN! RUDE staff! (Young man was the WORST!) Vacuuming at 3 AM, 5 AM, 6 AM, ALL hours of the night! (I have the video with dates, and hours to prove this!) Cleaning rooms ALL hours of the night! LOUD! Slam banging things around! Told us to put our trash in the cleaning cart; which we did, then got yelled at for doing what we were told! We sat outside in the Jeep for “peace & quiet”, and the “Staff” comes out berating us for not being inside! Threatened to tow our car.. It goes on & on & on with these people! My husband was sick, and the staff kept waking him up! Talking loud up & down the hall! Getting into an argument with the “guest” next door to us! STAFF- you’re supposed to clean from 11am-3pm!!! NOT ALL HOURS OF THE NIGHT! I’m releasing the video on Yelp of the proof I have of this! A motel is supposed to be QUIET & RELAXING! STOP FIGHTING WITH CUSTOMERS! It’s unbecoming! Uncouth! 140 a night for a DUMP! I wish I could give you a negative star! However, it wont let me leave a TRUTHFUL REVIEW OF YOUR UNPROFESSIONALISM Unless I give you a “star”… You need someone who is over Motels to make a “Surprise Visit”! You’d be SHUT DOWN!
Courtyard New York Manhattan/Upper East Side
3.9/5105 Reviews
Upper East Side
It is still 20 minutes walk from Central Park. Fortunately, the Upper East Side is quiet, much better than the bustling time square. When you come back late at night, there is no tramp to sleep in the street. It is also convenient to go out and take the subway to play uber. The hotel itself is quite old, the room is compact, the bathroom is slightly crowded, the most painful thing is that the old house has a large air-conditioning sound, and the room has to be turned off to sleep at night. Overall worth recommending, Buddhism selection
110th Boutique Hotel
3.9/560 Reviews
Location is everything here. And expectations have to be put straight. The apartment (to be fair, this isn't a hotel) is located steps from the subway line 6 which runs stright to downtown. For 34 USD per week, you can forget on Taxis and Ubers, it will get you anywhere within 30 mins. The neighborhood is a bit shady, but wouldn't say insecure. A large store is within 2 min walking distance, an overpriced bakery is next door. The apartment needs new beds (not just mattresses), and should be ”refreshed” a bit (the bathroom especially). It wasn't dirty, although based on our socks, it wasn't super clean also. We were also one night without heating and hot water, but it doesn't seem like this was owners fault and it was resolved in the morning. The check-in process could be easier, since it isn't like a hotel where you just show up (no reception), but rather you need to call/text few different numbers (which might get expensive if you are from outside of US). Overall, were happy with our stay, for that money and with the Airbnb ban, I doubt you will find better place for that price NYC. However, don't expect a hotel experience.
Comfort Inn & Suites Near Stadium
3.9/5102 Reviews
The hotel's own environment, the service is good. Check-in time is also early, we arrived early, luggage storage for a while, waiting for us to eat Chinese lunch also let us stay in advance, close to the subway station, but the surrounding seems to be a black living area, the environment is poor

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