Located On Prestigious North Shore, Minutes From Stony Brook University and Hospital Our award-winning Holiday Inn Express Hotel in Long Island is the best choice of hotels near Stony Brook Medical Center and other attractions and businesses. It offers the name you trust with the quality you deserve at a price you can afford. In Long Island, sports fans can feel right at home as there are athletic fields with tennis, basketball, softball, and golf course both on-site and just a mile away. Those who enjoy shopping are in luck as the Tanger Outlet Stores in Riverhead are just 20 miles away. Other nearby activities include Port Jefferson Harbor Village, Stony Brook Village, Long Island Museum of History and Carriages, Splish Splash Water Park, and several local wineries . Business patrons prefer hotels in Centereach, Long Island like ours because we have everything needed to stay connected and conduct business with meeting rooms that accommodate 100 people, A/V equipment, free high-speed, wireless Internet access, and print and copy services. Our hotel is near Stony Brook Medical Center and other corporations, as well. While staying at our hotel's property in Long Island, enjoy the indoor heated pool, well-equipped Fitness Center, and new amenities like a putting green, horseshoe courts. When choosing hotels in Centereach, Long Island, make the smart choice to stay with us.
Front desk staff was very helpful. Stayed with a 10 month old and a 2 year old, and the outdoor playground was a nice distraction. Wish we'd had time to use the pool too. We were on a floor with a women's college sports team (I assume - I could be guessing wrong) and even though they were in and out of each other's rooms socializing, we only heard the faintest bits of noise. Either they were just excessively well-mannered, or the rooms were soundproofed enough (or we were that exhausted, plus we had the fan running all night) that we didn't hear much of anything.
There was one spot in the bathroom that I wish had been cleaned better. I tried to point it out to the housekeeping staff, but there was a language barrier, and I didn't pursue it with the front desk. (You know what I'd love to see? A checklist of "this is all I need done in my room today" - the all or nothingness of housekeeping in a hotel seems out-dated. Somedays all you need is a couple towels and the trash emptied, and other days, sure you need the whole shebang. It would be nice if you could just indicate that on a card that housekeeping could use.)