|"Great views and cozy rooms."||(in 185 reviews)|
|"The staff is very accommodating!"||(in 135 reviews)|
|"great Room service and Reception."||(in 157 reviews)|
|"Very industrial looking hotel."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Cockroaches in the room too."||(in 91 reviews)|
|"Cockroaches in the room too."||(in 90 reviews)|
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|bed was comfortable||in 179 reviews|
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|great restaurant||in 79 reviews|
|close to the subway||in 54 reviews|
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Beds are super comfortable. Breakfast was yummy. Great location to get to the subway.
Need another chair in the room and a luggage rack already in the room (you have to request one).
Might not be for everyone
The place might not be for everyone. The design is "artsy" and industrial as per manager and exposed concrete might be your kind of thing or not. The manhattan view is great if you don't look down at the houses that are below with with exposed dumpsters. I think it's decent if you're traveling alone, then again this might be perfect for others.
The place might not be for everyone. The design is "artsy" as per manager and exposed concrete might be your kind of thing or not. The manhattan view is great if you don't look down at the houses that are below with with exposed dumpsters. I think it's decent if you're traveling alone, then again this might be perfect for others.
More like 4.5 stars
The decor and cleanliness were lovely, and the location was great - quicker walk to subway and trip to Manhattan than I'd expected. Bed and sheets very comfortable, quality towels, and spacious room and bathroom. View was also terrific.
The only reasons I'm not giving 5 stars are: not enough towels for a couple (despite asking for more). Breakfast/coffee service ridiculously slow and chaotic. (And really, should you charge a guest for a cup of regular coffee?) Bath products strange-very strong masculine scent to most; strong enough that I didn't feel I could use them. Shower charmingly minimal but not that practical-because it's open at one side, you end up getting water everywhere and it can get chilly for activities like leg shaving.
Fabulous Loft-Style Boutique Hotel
friendly, chill staff. nice amenities. great view from our room across the river and on the roof
it's concrete, so doors closing are loud, but not bad.
Loved the room, the service, everything
The Manhattan balcony view was amazing
Room service was a little slow with things, but I'm sure it was extremely busy because of the high volume of people on the weekend
The Boro is the number one coolest hotel in Queens, just minutes from the Manhattan neighborhood of Long Island City. Business travelers, couples, and adventurists all find a hidden gem in this affordable, creative and incomparable hotel.
Thanks to its design-heavy, industrial chic aesthetic, the boutique Boro Hotel offers an organic warmth and industrial cool, with incomparable views. It offers a creative atmosphere from the outside in with the outdoors looking like a small café and the indoor, open-plan lobby, with its communal table, café bar, and fire pit. A brand-new ground-floor patio and rooftop bar is available to guests to enjoy more sweeping views across Queens to Manhattan.
The 108 rooms at Boro Hotel are outfitted with minimalist and modern furnishings, flooded with natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking views of the iconic New York City skyline. Room choices include choices of queen or king beds, as well as optional corner city views. Features of all rooms include hardwood floors, spacious baths with teak benches, comfortable robes, luxury bath amenities, Bluetooth enabled radio alarm with dual USB charging points, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and a Samsung flat screen with DirecTV. The custom designed beds feature pillow top mattresses with plush Italian bedding.
From the hotel, guests are just a subway stop away from all that Manhattan has to offer. Other popular destinations nearby are Central Park, Noguchi Museum and Museum of the Moving Image. Amenities at the hotel include a modern café with a terrace and garden view, a hip lobby lounge, rooftop bar, 2,500 square feet meeting space, and 24-hour business center.
This hip, contemporary hotel in the residential and commercial Queens neighborhood is a four-minute walk from a subway station that will take guests anywhere their heart desires in Manhattan and New York City.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Should guests arrive earlier than the regular check-in times, they may be eligible for an early check-in. The hotel goes the extra mile to accommodate to individual wishes, but has to comply with room availability. Depending on how much earlier you need the room, which room you’ve booked, as well as other factors, an early check-in charge may apply. The same policy holds true for late check-out, which should be communicated to the hotel as early as possible.
There are various public options that allow you to travel from LaGuardia Airport to the hotel in about 45m. Start by taking the Q70-SBS to Roosevelt Avenue/74 St and switch to either Line 7, Line M, or Line R. Exit at 36 Street or Queensboro Plaza, depending on which line you opt for, from where the hotel is a mere minutes’ walk away. If coming by car, the Grand Central Parkway leads guests to the hotel in about 20m.
An onsite parking space is available for the hotel guests’ convenience and valet parking services are in place from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm. The hotel charges approximately $35 per day and car, and the parking lot is on a first come, first serve basis. Contact the hotel before arrival to arrange car services for a smooth and welcoming start.
Beebe’s is the hotel’s all-day restaurant that indulges with New American kitchen, fusing old traditional classics, like assorted crusted pies, with Italian and New York influences. The interior decoration mirrors the industrial-chic design and boasts a seasonal outdoor terrace as well. From Monday to Friday between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm, guests can enjoy a broad selection of drinks at a better price during the restaurant’s Happy Hour. Snacks like Caesar salads and Buffalo wings accompany the experience.
Dogs of up to 20 lb are welcome at the Boro Hotel for an extra cleaning fee of approximately $150 per stay. A refundable deposit of another $150 applies at check in, in case of damage or contamination. A park is only a few minutes’ walk away where your dog can relieve itself and go for a walk.
The 560 sq ft boardroom is the ideal place to host a meeting or presentation and invites with a minimalist design and lots of natural light through the glazed window fronts. Up to 15 meeting attendees can gather around the table. The room can be joined with an outside terrace of another 500 sq ft, which allows a total of 50 people into the room for smaller receptions or birthday parties. The rooftop terrace features 2,000 sq ft to accommodate up to 500 guests, provided the rooftop is joined with the loft space. Views of the Manhattan skyline and the elegant minimalistic design make this venue perfect for weddings, social events, and bigger business get-togethers. (Prices checked 07/06/19).
The Boro Hotel is located at 38-28 27th Street, 5.7 miles from the center of Queens. Silvercup Studios is the closest landmark to The Boro Hotel.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at The Boro Hotel.
Yes, The Boro Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Boro Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Boro Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Boro Hotel is 3.6 miles from New York LaGuardia.
No, The Boro Hotel does not have a pool onsite.