In the heart of Long Island City and just minutes from Manhattan, New York City's legendary landmarks have never seemed so accessible! Explore the Empire State Building, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. Of course no visit would be complete without visiting other nearby sights, including Times Square, Broadway and Madison Square Garden. The Sleep Inn is a neighbor to many Fortune 500 companies. The hotel is conveniently located within a short drive of all the major New York area airports of LaGuardia, JFK and Newark. Parking Policy: Limited availability, first come first serve basis. Parking charge $25.00 per day.
Front desk was friendly and informative at check-in. Room was clean
Air con was a little fickle. It was a long wait for the elevator as it usually had staff using it. Decent breakfast but split between 2 rooms- only coffee available 24 hours, not even spoons or napkins
Everything. Very rude customer service only gave me one washcloth for 3 people, just horrible
Clean and convenient. Quiet rooms and parking usually available on site.
Breakfast was ok but the coffee was terrible.
The comfortable bed , room and location.
The smell of the room .
The hotel is newly opened, all the rooms are very clean and new. Free internet access. The complimentary continental breakfast buffet is for U.S. standards ample, only the breakfast space is too small for the hotel. Comparing the prices of other accommodations in NYC, I can totally recommend this hotel for younger travellers, as there is good subway connection to all midtown and downtown attractions.
The hotel is in a not so nice neighbourhood, with women walking in broad daylight with crowbars!!! Bumpers missing on vehicles and the cab drivers telling us not to go out at night.....
excelent location, rooms with a view to the skyline of manhattan. 5 minutes walk to the subway, then 10 min. to the heart of manhattan. clean, good service, free parking. fully recommended.
Nothing at all. I was booked to stay 4 nights and left less than 12 hours after check in.
This is not a area of town that you could go out and walk around. The hotel staff told me that they would not let there spouses or sisters walk outside. This is not a joke. Gangs hanging out on the corner looking at your car like they are going to strip all the parts of it like the Ford minivan less than 100 yards from the hotel on the same street. The staff could not speak English nor were they trained in their new jobs. Our room only had one tv channel and they said our tv needed a tuner. To make things worst, while I was there the entire hotel was rented out during the G20 summit. It was rented out to a group that was fighting to free Iran. I would never stay at this hotel again and I have asked Howard Johnson for a refund.
Went to Coney Island, Brooklyn, Greenpoint, Manhattan
It was in a horrible part of town, not at all where the bookings.com map showed it to be.