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The Best Hotels in Long Island City, Queens

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Youthful energy and an influx of creatives have catapulted Long Island City, Queens, to the top of New York City’s list of hottest neighborhoods to visit. These hotels, including a modern hostel and a factory-inspired boutique hotel, allow travelers to stay in, not just near, neighborhood attractions. Here are the best hotels in Long Island City.

Aloft Long Island City

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4.2/5 (653 Reviews)

Aloft Long Island City

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Marriott International’s global fan base will be pleased to find its favorite hotel chain at Aloft Long Island City. Here, the standards (such as its comfortable signature bedding) that have made Marriott famous are joined by New York-inspired amenities such as re:fuel, a bodega-like 24-hour pantry, and the bar xyz(SM). Additional perks, including custom bath amenities and a pet-friendly policy, can be yours in a New York minute when you book.

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Boro Hotel

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4.2/5 (960 Reviews)

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Boro Hotel is one of Long Island City’s higher-end accommodations. Designer bath amenities, a library curated by Strand Bookstore and a restaurant with negronis on tap spoil guests. Sweeping views of Queens from the rooms’ floor-to-ceiling windows remind travelers that the finest things in life are free – and found at Boro Hotel.

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The Collective Paper Factory

Boutique Hotel

4.2/5 (944 Reviews)

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A quirky industrial aesthetic characterizes this boutique hotel occupying the former digs of a 100-year-old paper factory. The aptly named hotel transports guests back in time with soaring ceilings and retro amenities such as bedside radios. Original, local artwork and inspired design in the hotel’s 125 guest rooms and suites breathe new life into the historic property.

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  • Hotel Vetiver

    Budget Hotel

    3.6/5 (991 Reviews)

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    There’s something for every type of traveler at Hotel Vetiver. Guests who are in town to let loose will love Vetiver’s free pool table and Crudos, its 24-hour beer and wine bar. Meanwhile, the hotel’s 24-hour business center and gym help guests stay disciplined. Vetiver’s extended-stay options allow travelers to experience the best of both its worlds.

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    LIC Hotel

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    4.4/5 (932 Reviews)

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    Consider LIC Hotel Long Island City’s hostel for grown-ups. Inviting shared spaces, such as a lounge and a rooftop terrace, abound at this hotel, where complimentary breakfast and a laundry room provide even more value. Best of all, LIC Hotel offers all the perks of a hostel but with private rooms and bathrooms.

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    Q4 Hotel

    Hostel

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    This modern hostel offers alternative amenities that travelers may remember from their youth as well as the hotel standards they’ve come to expect. At Q4 Hotel, guests don’t have to choose between fun – in the forms of pool and ping pong tables plus free excursions to nearby attractions – and function (daily housekeeping, a 24-hour front desk and free wifi). Be aware that all of Q4’s rooms are shared in traditional hostel style.

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    Best hotels & accommodations in Long Island City

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    The call center parole are so helpful but the company policy was terrible and I'll never book again or even recommend it to anyone I know or don't know. I have booked three hotels, two in NYC and one in DC. I completed my stay at the first and second hotels whithout problems and I went to the third hotel which I booked through them as well in NYC but when I reached the...

    The call center parole are so helpful but the company policy was terrible and I'll never book again or even recommend it to anyone I know or don't know. I have booked three hotels, two in NYC and one in DC. I completed my stay at the first and second hotels whithout problems and I went to the third hotel which I booked through them as well in NYC but when I reached the hotel they informed me that my booking is not existing so I called agoda and waited very long time until they response to my calls and he said that they sent mail to me needs some documents, I told him I have booked two hotels last two weeks with you and you didn't ask for any documents because basically the hotel takes my original documents when I reach, I checked my mail and didn't find their mail and sure that they didn't send anything!! anyway he told me if I send the documents now there's no sense cause there is no rooms available on gorgio hotel which was my distinction, WOW!! I waited one hour with my laugage in front of the hotel until they answered my calls then no rooms, after that he told me to book another hotel and I did, when I reached the other hotel which was armada they told me no rooms available and the same thing happened to me in the same day. I'm really have a very bad experience and I'm so disappointed of agoda. I'll never recommend it to anyone. Lastly I booked with a mother famous website and I got my booking finally.

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    Mohamed, United Arab Emirates

    Nesva Hotel

    We have stayed here many times to visit a daughter in Astoria and attend the US Open in Queens, and there is no other place I book when coming to NYC. It's a short subway ride into Manhattan, and there's an excellent restaurant just up the street (Dutch Kills Central) for drinks and an evening meal or Sunday brunch. The hotel is spotless, the rooms have everything you ...

    We have stayed here many times to visit a daughter in Astoria and attend the US Open in Queens, and there is no other place I book when coming to NYC. It's a short subway ride into Manhattan, and there's an excellent restaurant just up the street (Dutch Kills Central) for drinks and an evening meal or Sunday brunch. The hotel is spotless, the rooms have everything you need and they are clean, well appointed and a few have amazing views of the City and the Queensboro bridge, especially at night. The rates are far ore affordable than Manhattan,and there are several parking places nearby if you're driving. All the staff are very friendly, helpful and always willing to help. I've stayed in many other hotels in Long Island City, and this one is BY FAR THE BEST.

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    Pamela, United States

    Giorgio Hotel

    A great New Hotel addition is Long Island City which is just 2 trains (5min) by train into Manhattan. This is a clean hotel. Owner has invested good money on decor & comfort of rooms with soft mattress and cushion pillows. Internet is fast & good. TV has all available channels. And a nice pool table for evening relax. Nothing much around this hotel except a deli. Ne...

    A great New Hotel addition is Long Island City which is just 2 trains (5min) by train into Manhattan. This is a clean hotel. Owner has invested good money on decor & comfort of rooms with soft mattress and cushion pillows. Internet is fast & good. TV has all available channels. And a nice pool table for evening relax. Nothing much around this hotel except a deli. Neighborhood is not the best here too.

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    Imtiyaz, United States

    Queens County Inn and Suites Long Island City

    The hotel is located in Long Island City. The rooms are clean and there is free WiFi and cable television. Breakfast included hot waffles ,yogurt ,fruit ,cereal and a host of other foods. It was very good. Parking was the only drawback. Drove around for over an hr. and could not street park. Ended up parking in Greenpoint and using a car service to get back to the hote...

    The hotel is located in Long Island City. The rooms are clean and there is free WiFi and cable television. Breakfast included hot waffles ,yogurt ,fruit ,cereal and a host of other foods. It was very good. Parking was the only drawback. Drove around for over an hr. and could not street park. Ended up parking in Greenpoint and using a car service to get back to the hotel. Subway is close and easy to get to. Heater fan was very noisy.

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    michael, United States

    Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel

    If you are a group traveling on a budget, Best Western Plaza Hotel in Long Island City is for you. My kids and I stayed in a queen suite for 5 nights. The staff were helpful, courteous and attentive, the room was always kept clean, and the location is a mere 3 minutes walk to the nearest Metro station. But what takes the cake is the breakfast buffet, spartan but fillin...

    If you are a group traveling on a budget, Best Western Plaza Hotel in Long Island City is for you. My kids and I stayed in a queen suite for 5 nights. The staff were helpful, courteous and attentive, the room was always kept clean, and the location is a mere 3 minutes walk to the nearest Metro station. But what takes the cake is the breakfast buffet, spartan but filling, and not just your ordinary muffin and coffee variety. There are eggs, cereal, pancakes, tater tots, sausage, fresh fruits -- not really what you would expect from a budget hotel. Other amenities include a gym, soda, snack, and ice machines, bottomless coffee, tea, and cold water in the lobby, guest parking within the hotel premises, free map of the city upon arrival, free internet and printing in their lobby! I don't think I have anything negative to say about this hotel, and I've stayed in all kinds as I travel a lot. I'm a very happy and satisfied fan! I will definitely stay here when I visit NYC again.

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    ma, Philippines

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    It was awesome. The staff was super friendly and knowledgeable. The location to transport is easy. It's clean and new. And after a loud day/night in the city, you can go to a quiet surrounding!

    Steven, United States

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    It was my great time there with the RAMADA by Wyndham Long Island City with friendly and supportive staff and clean facility.

    Pheak, Cambodia

    Exterior view

    We stayed at Paper Factory for 7 nights on 28th August – 4th September 2016. The hotel was based at 36th Street subway station and is directly across the road from the Hotel. This was extremely convenient. We were a bit weary of staying at this hotel because of its location, however, it really was a 10-15 minute subway journey to Times Square and approximately a 10 m...

    We stayed at Paper Factory for 7 nights on 28th August – 4th September 2016. The hotel was based at 36th Street subway station and is directly across the road from the Hotel. This was extremely convenient. We were a bit weary of staying at this hotel because of its location, however, it really was a 10-15 minute subway journey to Times Square and approximately a 10 min journey to areas such as 5th Avenue and Herald Square (Macy’s). We were extremely impressed of how quick we could get to/from central NYC back to our hotel. The hotel has a 7-11 beside it, which is really convenient. In addition to this, there is a supermarket which sells everything ‘American’. This was really good for purchasing snacks for your room or edibles to back take home for gifts. There is also a McDonalds, Subway, Panera Bread and Wing Stop about 10 minute walk away. The hotel staff we friendly and polite – however, we had an issue with our hotel room door (Room 411). For some reason, the door would open itself (or somebody was opening it with a master key). This happened on several occasions and we could never catch the person who was doing this. This was reported to the hotel twice and I was told that the cameras would be checked, but I never heard anything back from them and no action was taken. With regards to our room, we were pretty happy with it! We got it for an extremely good price at approximately £100 per night (which is pretty cheap for a NYC hotel), so we couldn’t really complain! It was a clean and spacious room. The shower was very big and we were happy with the bathroom. The bed was comfortable and we had a very large window which gave us a lovely view of the city. The only downfall to this, was that the safe in our room did not work and it was never replaced by staff/housekeeping – luckily nothing was taken! The highlight of the hotel would be the lounge on the 4th floor. This lounge consisted of a vending machine, 2 large refrigerators, an ice machine, microwaves, TV,

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    Michelle, United Kingdom

    Ravel Hotel, A Trademark Collection Hotel

    I was in Long Is. City to visit my cousins who live nearby and just had a baby. The staff seemed excited too! They were so accomodating and friendly. We knew them all by name. My local cousins, the new parents live at the corner of the shuttle stop which could not have been more convenient. My bed was very comfortable, the bath facilities were all excellent and the t...

    I was in Long Is. City to visit my cousins who live nearby and just had a baby. The staff seemed excited too! They were so accomodating and friendly. We knew them all by name. My local cousins, the new parents live at the corner of the shuttle stop which could not have been more convenient. My bed was very comfortable, the bath facilities were all excellent and the tv had more than enough channels to keep me amused. I'm sure I will return to this hotel for the above mentioned reasons.

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    robert, United States

    Lobby

    Pick an odd Room number to avoid the construction noise directly across from the front of hotel. I had an even Room number & the construction starts 7am daily...

    Yingwai, United States

    Coffee shop

    It is ok place to stay. They could work on designing the room so room becomes more functional. Even though room is big enough, their interior designed could use some work to make it more functional.

    Sahadev, United States

    The Vue Hotel, Ascend Hotel Collection

    Decent sized rooms , clean, lovely shower, and we had a view of Empire state and Chrysler building. Breakfast was excellent with lots of choice....you can even have filled doughnuts or make your own giant waffles. 10 minute walk to long island city ferry terminal ;$2.75 one way to Wall street terminal. The ferries are a great way to see the manhattan shoreline. Room cl...

    Decent sized rooms , clean, lovely shower, and we had a view of Empire state and Chrysler building. Breakfast was excellent with lots of choice....you can even have filled doughnuts or make your own giant waffles. 10 minute walk to long island city ferry terminal ;$2.75 one way to Wall street terminal. The ferries are a great way to see the manhattan shoreline. Room cleaned every day, and abundant clean towels. Nice hotel....would stay again.

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    DAVID, United Kingdom

    Wyndham Garden Long Island City

    Enjoyed our stay at the Wyndham Garden Long Island City Hotel. Our room was neat and clean, friendly staff. We used the subway which is only a 10 minute walk. Always felt safe during day and night.They do have a shuttle which runs a certain schedule but we didn't use it that much and walked the 10 minutes to and from subway. 15 minute subway ride to Manhattan/Midtown. ...

    Enjoyed our stay at the Wyndham Garden Long Island City Hotel. Our room was neat and clean, friendly staff. We used the subway which is only a 10 minute walk. Always felt safe during day and night.They do have a shuttle which runs a certain schedule but we didn't use it that much and walked the 10 minutes to and from subway. 15 minute subway ride to Manhattan/Midtown. Looking for a clean inexpensive stay close to subway but not paying Manhattan prices. This place is a good alternative.

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    Matthew, United States

    Bar/lounge

    Stayed at this hotel for one night. Room was clean and comfortable, although beds were too soft for out taste. Our room was on the 7th floor and on Monday morning we did hear noise coming from the street, but it wasn't so bad. We were able to find street parking right in front of the hotel, with many more empty spots peppered throughout neighborhood. We were able to l...

    Stayed at this hotel for one night. Room was clean and comfortable, although beds were too soft for out taste. Our room was on the 7th floor and on Monday morning we did hear noise coming from the street, but it wasn't so bad. We were able to find street parking right in front of the hotel, with many more empty spots peppered throughout neighborhood. We were able to leave our car at the same spot the next day (Monday) while we spent the day in Manhattan. There are no parking regulations in the neighborhood other than Thursday and Friday street cleaning. I am going to assume than on those days it might be a bit difficult to find street parking. Walking distance to the subway station was just over 5 min. Very nice hotel and very convenient to subway station and for parking. We will stay here again.

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    nelson, United States

    Exterior view

    This is a great hotel to stay at when the Manhattan hotels are too expensive. Located between two subway stations with another two stations within walking distance and several food stores close by. Serves a good breakfast, it's very clean and the staff is great. The water pressure is weak on the 9th floor, but that's about the only bad thing I have to say about the hot...

    This is a great hotel to stay at when the Manhattan hotels are too expensive. Located between two subway stations with another two stations within walking distance and several food stores close by. Serves a good breakfast, it's very clean and the staff is great. The water pressure is weak on the 9th floor, but that's about the only bad thing I have to say about the hotel.

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    Carina, Sweden

    Exterior view

    One of the best hotels i have stayed during my business trips. Offers 5 star hotel comfort for the price of 3 star. Staff is very friendly and rooms are very clean. Room is also huge. No need to pay over 200 USD for New york. Just take metro to city centre (6-7 stops). Great Value for Great Money. Strongly suggested. The only negative side was the breakfast.

    ahmet, Turkey

    Lobby

    We recently stayed in the Quality Inn LIC. Our stay was v good. Only 2 or 3 stops from Manhattan (subway). The price was v good and location was great as a cheap base without spending Manhattan prices.Breakfast was included, also free use of internet, free newspapers and free tea & coffee 24 hours. Area wasn'y anything special. Subway lines nearby. The area is undergoi...

    We recently stayed in the Quality Inn LIC. Our stay was v good. Only 2 or 3 stops from Manhattan (subway). The price was v good and location was great as a cheap base without spending Manhattan prices.Breakfast was included, also free use of internet, free newspapers and free tea & coffee 24 hours. Area wasn'y anything special. Subway lines nearby. The area is undergoing a lot of building work, Staff were v helpful. A special mention to Bibi, Cyre and the lad behind reception. They were v attentive, informative and helpful. Hotel isn't luxurious but suitable as a clean convenient base. Area ia quiet to walk round at night but we didn't feel unsafe. Good takeout pizza place next door. Would have no hesistation in returning. Personally would give it a 9/10 based on price, location & experience.

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    Matthew, United Kingdom

    Courtyard Long Island City/New York Manhattan View

    Pros: - Few minutes’ walk to the train stations. - Quite a few cafes in the vicinity. Dunkin’ Donuts is just nearby and there’s a food truck on the right when you walked out from the hotel, good for supper before heading back to rest. Cons: The customer service was horrible. We stayed here for 6 nights. We’ve already paid for the room in Agoda prior to our stay a...

    Pros: - Few minutes’ walk to the train stations. - Quite a few cafes in the vicinity. Dunkin’ Donuts is just nearby and there’s a food truck on the right when you walked out from the hotel, good for supper before heading back to rest. Cons: The customer service was horrible. We stayed here for 6 nights. We’ve already paid for the room in Agoda prior to our stay and it was non-refundable, so didn’t switch hotels. On the day of our arrival, we were second in queue to check in to our room. There were two receptionists and one of them who wasn’t serving anyone, was keeping her head down. We thought she wasn’t on shift or busy and waited. However, a third couple was walking from the lift towards the counter and she gestured them to go to her. She assisted them to check out immediately and only served us after that couple as her colleague was still handling the first couple. Is that right when we had waited in the queue? The frustrating thing was, she gave us the room key and didn’t not bother to tell us anything else, e.g. where the restaurant was and etc. We had 4 luggage and a couple of bags with us and she didn’t even offer any help when there weren’t anymore guests at the counter. When we asked if there’s any porter service, she told us, “Take the luggage trolley”. She didn’t bother to answer our question properly and she gave a ‘can’t be bothered’ face and attitude throughout. On the second day, my partner’s feet were swollen and we called the reception to ask for ice. We were told to go to level one to get ice ourselves. We went down but there was no one at the counter and we couldn’t find the ice machine anywhere. We checked with the security who told us where the ice machine was. However, we have to get the ice container from our room and use it to collect the ice. The funny thing was, the ice container wasn’t even in our room and shouldn’t the reception show or at else tell us over the phone where the ice machine was? The next day, we went to the

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    Yueping, Singapore

    Aloft Long Island City-Manhattan View

    After they heard that someone of us had birthday,they offered as two free drinks at the bar and free breakfast for every single day !!! The breakfast is small but totally okay for a good start into the day !! The hotel view over Manhattan is incredible and wonderful!! We fell in love with it !!! Area is super safe and 3 different subway stations are nearby which brings...

    After they heard that someone of us had birthday,they offered as two free drinks at the bar and free breakfast for every single day !!! The breakfast is small but totally okay for a good start into the day !! The hotel view over Manhattan is incredible and wonderful!! We fell in love with it !!! Area is super safe and 3 different subway stations are nearby which brings you everwhere in NYC. It only takes you 15 min by subway to times square !! And don't miss the rooftop !! We visited NYC in winter and just enjoyed the view from the terrace but I can imagine that it might be wonderful to sit there in the summer and to enjoy a cold drink there !!! I can just recommend the whole hotel !! It was amazing . and special thanks to the front desk man called Shah who treated us like queens !

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    Viviane, United States

    Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Queens/Queensboro Bridge

    Hotel has easy access to subway, nothing much immediately around the hotel as it is a developing area with many new developments coming up which will change the place soon. The subway made it easy for our family of 3 to get to all parts of New York that I wanted to see plus more. Hotel is pretty clean and well managed as the only thing to consider is breakfast time as ...

    Hotel has easy access to subway, nothing much immediately around the hotel as it is a developing area with many new developments coming up which will change the place soon. The subway made it easy for our family of 3 to get to all parts of New York that I wanted to see plus more. Hotel is pretty clean and well managed as the only thing to consider is breakfast time as it could get busy at certain time that we ended up bring food to our room but plenty of food to share among all the guests , just the timing when they serve certain food that runs out faster than others. We feel safe walking to and from the Queens Plaza subway station.

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    Andy, Hong Kong SAR, China

    Exterior view

    I really had the pleasant stay in this hotel...Very nice staff and its free breakfast though only selective.But its really good for your budget.Really clean and strong internet connection.Always gave free coffee all day/night long.Thank you so much guys...Happy new year!

    Helen, Philippines

    Exterior view

    Never had any issues. It was quiet, good location, walking distance to subway, Dunkin donuts, grocery store, St. Patrick Catholic Church, diff restaurants across from hotel. clean, friendly staff, good housekeeping. Did not get a chance to try their restaurant bar downstairs. I stayed on the 5th floor. Used the gym, met my essential needs(Cardio+weights avail.) Only ...

    Never had any issues. It was quiet, good location, walking distance to subway, Dunkin donuts, grocery store, St. Patrick Catholic Church, diff restaurants across from hotel. clean, friendly staff, good housekeeping. Did not get a chance to try their restaurant bar downstairs. I stayed on the 5th floor. Used the gym, met my essential needs(Cardio+weights avail.) Only con that I see is the security at night. Doors are not locked so anybody could get in out out of hotel. Should be a secured building after certain hour of the evening like 9pm, Doors should be locked and guests have to use their room card to get in...But besides that, I would stay at this hotel again.

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    Marie, United States

    MiniStay

    MiniStay

    5 Review score

    Based on 8 reviews


    1. The doors & the locks are very weak, DO NOT leave your money & laptops in your room. 2. There's strong perfume in the room 3. The rooms are old, do not believe the photos 4. Three rooms (7 guests) share the only one bathroom (the only toilet is inside the bathroom) 5. All rooms located at 3rd floor, there's no elevator. 6. Bring your own towel & toothbrush.

    Yan-song, Taiwan

    LIC Hotel

    Definitely one of the cheaper hotels in the area but is completely worth it. The hotel just opened recently so it is extremely clean and nice. The rooms are a little small but other than that the rooms were comfortable. Location is great as there is a subway station to get to Manhattan 2 blocks a way. Definitely would stay there again in my next trip to NYC.

    Dave, United States

    Exterior view

    The hotel is great, modern, minimalist and spacious enough. It also has a great view of the Manhattan bridge and the city specially at night. Location is just a 3-minute walk to the nearest train station that will bring you to Times Square in just 5 stations. Would definitely stay again!!!

    Claris, Philippines


    Cheapest hotels in Long Island City

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    It was awesome. The staff was super friendly and knowledgeable. The location to transport is easy. It's clean and new. And after a loud day/night in the city, you can go to a quiet surrounding!

    Steven, United States

    Giorgio Hotel

    A great New Hotel addition is Long Island City which is just 2 trains (5min) by train into Manhattan. This is a clean hotel. Owner has invested good money on decor & comfort of rooms with soft mattress and cushion pillows. Internet is fast & good. TV has all available channels. And a nice pool table for evening relax. Nothing much around this hotel except a deli. Ne...

    A great New Hotel addition is Long Island City which is just 2 trains (5min) by train into Manhattan. This is a clean hotel. Owner has invested good money on decor & comfort of rooms with soft mattress and cushion pillows. Internet is fast & good. TV has all available channels. And a nice pool table for evening relax. Nothing much around this hotel except a deli. Neighborhood is not the best here too.

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    Imtiyaz, United States

    Exterior view

    It was my great time there with the RAMADA by Wyndham Long Island City with friendly and supportive staff and clean facility.

    Pheak, Cambodia

    Queens County Inn and Suites Long Island City

    The hotel is located in Long Island City. The rooms are clean and there is free WiFi and cable television. Breakfast included hot waffles ,yogurt ,fruit ,cereal and a host of other foods. It was very good. Parking was the only drawback. Drove around for over an hr. and could not street park. Ended up parking in Greenpoint and using a car service to get back to the hote...

    The hotel is located in Long Island City. The rooms are clean and there is free WiFi and cable television. Breakfast included hot waffles ,yogurt ,fruit ,cereal and a host of other foods. It was very good. Parking was the only drawback. Drove around for over an hr. and could not street park. Ended up parking in Greenpoint and using a car service to get back to the hotel. Subway is close and easy to get to. Heater fan was very noisy.

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    michael, United States

    Exterior view

    I really had the pleasant stay in this hotel...Very nice staff and its free breakfast though only selective.But its really good for your budget.Really clean and strong internet connection.Always gave free coffee all day/night long.Thank you so much guys...Happy new year!

    Helen, Philippines

    Exterior view

    We stayed at Paper Factory for 7 nights on 28th August – 4th September 2016. The hotel was based at 36th Street subway station and is directly across the road from the Hotel. This was extremely convenient. We were a bit weary of staying at this hotel because of its location, however, it really was a 10-15 minute subway journey to Times Square and approximately a 10 m...

    We stayed at Paper Factory for 7 nights on 28th August – 4th September 2016. The hotel was based at 36th Street subway station and is directly across the road from the Hotel. This was extremely convenient. We were a bit weary of staying at this hotel because of its location, however, it really was a 10-15 minute subway journey to Times Square and approximately a 10 min journey to areas such as 5th Avenue and Herald Square (Macy’s). We were extremely impressed of how quick we could get to/from central NYC back to our hotel. The hotel has a 7-11 beside it, which is really convenient. In addition to this, there is a supermarket which sells everything ‘American’. This was really good for purchasing snacks for your room or edibles to back take home for gifts. There is also a McDonalds, Subway, Panera Bread and Wing Stop about 10 minute walk away. The hotel staff we friendly and polite – however, we had an issue with our hotel room door (Room 411). For some reason, the door would open itself (or somebody was opening it with a master key). This happened on several occasions and we could never catch the person who was doing this. This was reported to the hotel twice and I was told that the cameras would be checked, but I never heard anything back from them and no action was taken. With regards to our room, we were pretty happy with it! We got it for an extremely good price at approximately £100 per night (which is pretty cheap for a NYC hotel), so we couldn’t really complain! It was a clean and spacious room. The shower was very big and we were happy with the bathroom. The bed was comfortable and we had a very large window which gave us a lovely view of the city. The only downfall to this, was that the safe in our room did not work and it was never replaced by staff/housekeeping – luckily nothing was taken! The highlight of the hotel would be the lounge on the 4th floor. This lounge consisted of a vending machine, 2 large refrigerators, an ice machine, microwaves, TV,

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    Michelle, United Kingdom

    Bar/lounge

    Stayed at this hotel for one night. Room was clean and comfortable, although beds were too soft for out taste. Our room was on the 7th floor and on Monday morning we did hear noise coming from the street, but it wasn't so bad. We were able to find street parking right in front of the hotel, with many more empty spots peppered throughout neighborhood. We were able to l...

    Stayed at this hotel for one night. Room was clean and comfortable, although beds were too soft for out taste. Our room was on the 7th floor and on Monday morning we did hear noise coming from the street, but it wasn't so bad. We were able to find street parking right in front of the hotel, with many more empty spots peppered throughout neighborhood. We were able to leave our car at the same spot the next day (Monday) while we spent the day in Manhattan. There are no parking regulations in the neighborhood other than Thursday and Friday street cleaning. I am going to assume than on those days it might be a bit difficult to find street parking. Walking distance to the subway station was just over 5 min. Very nice hotel and very convenient to subway station and for parking. We will stay here again.

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    nelson, United States

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    new york was recovering from the devastation of hurricane sandy when we stayed at hotel vetiver. i tried this hotel due to the good reviews written in many websites. it is located in a very quiet community and nearby are 2 subway stations that brings you to downtown manhattan in a few minutes and 1 ride to jfk. the room (double bed) is huge by new york standards. b...

    new york was recovering from the devastation of hurricane sandy when we stayed at hotel vetiver. i tried this hotel due to the good reviews written in many websites. it is located in a very quiet community and nearby are 2 subway stations that brings you to downtown manhattan in a few minutes and 1 ride to jfk. the room (double bed) is huge by new york standards. beds and linens are so clean, size and quality for a 5-star hotel. unfortunately, we missed the complimentary breakfast for waking up too late. what's best about hotel vetiver is its staff. the porters, front desk officers, room service can't be described merely as "friendly." they are a family! they don't only go about their individual duties promptly and attentively; what i love most about their staff is the personal touch that makes one feel at home. they start a conversation and we as guests just find ourselves immersed in such happy talk by the time we walk to our rooms, we're still laughing. they wouldn't mind doing everything and anything to make our stay in their hotel most pleasant. one staff even volunteered to forward to my home country a package that did not come on time while we were there. i emphasize here: she volunteered without my asking! maybe she saw too much worry on my face for the late delivery but what really matters is her attentiveness in solving my problem instantly. in my future trips to new york, no more searching is necessary. hotel vetiver is one place you'd love to stay in whenever you visit the big apple. this i have to spread around to my family, friends and colleagues who want the best value for their money while getting the service that put to shame 5-star hotels in manhattan!

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    Rodelio, Philippines

    Ravel Hotel, A Trademark Collection Hotel

    I was in Long Is. City to visit my cousins who live nearby and just had a baby. The staff seemed excited too! They were so accomodating and friendly. We knew them all by name. My local cousins, the new parents live at the corner of the shuttle stop which could not have been more convenient. My bed was very comfortable, the bath facilities were all excellent and the t...

    I was in Long Is. City to visit my cousins who live nearby and just had a baby. The staff seemed excited too! They were so accomodating and friendly. We knew them all by name. My local cousins, the new parents live at the corner of the shuttle stop which could not have been more convenient. My bed was very comfortable, the bath facilities were all excellent and the tv had more than enough channels to keep me amused. I'm sure I will return to this hotel for the above mentioned reasons.

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    robert, United States

    Wyndham Garden Long Island City

    Enjoyed our stay at the Wyndham Garden Long Island City Hotel. Our room was neat and clean, friendly staff. We used the subway which is only a 10 minute walk. Always felt safe during day and night.They do have a shuttle which runs a certain schedule but we didn't use it that much and walked the 10 minutes to and from subway. 15 minute subway ride to Manhattan/Midtown. ...

    Enjoyed our stay at the Wyndham Garden Long Island City Hotel. Our room was neat and clean, friendly staff. We used the subway which is only a 10 minute walk. Always felt safe during day and night.They do have a shuttle which runs a certain schedule but we didn't use it that much and walked the 10 minutes to and from subway. 15 minute subway ride to Manhattan/Midtown. Looking for a clean inexpensive stay close to subway but not paying Manhattan prices. This place is a good alternative.

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    Matthew, United States

    Nesva Hotel

    We have stayed here many times to visit a daughter in Astoria and attend the US Open in Queens, and there is no other place I book when coming to NYC. It's a short subway ride into Manhattan, and there's an excellent restaurant just up the street (Dutch Kills Central) for drinks and an evening meal or Sunday brunch. The hotel is spotless, the rooms have everything you ...

    We have stayed here many times to visit a daughter in Astoria and attend the US Open in Queens, and there is no other place I book when coming to NYC. It's a short subway ride into Manhattan, and there's an excellent restaurant just up the street (Dutch Kills Central) for drinks and an evening meal or Sunday brunch. The hotel is spotless, the rooms have everything you need and they are clean, well appointed and a few have amazing views of the City and the Queensboro bridge, especially at night. The rates are far ore affordable than Manhattan,and there are several parking places nearby if you're driving. All the staff are very friendly, helpful and always willing to help. I've stayed in many other hotels in Long Island City, and this one is BY FAR THE BEST.

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    Pamela, United States

    Exterior view

    The hotel is great, modern, minimalist and spacious enough. It also has a great view of the Manhattan bridge and the city specially at night. Location is just a 3-minute walk to the nearest train station that will bring you to Times Square in just 5 stations. Would definitely stay again!!!

    Claris, Philippines

    Aloft Long Island City-Manhattan View

    After they heard that someone of us had birthday,they offered as two free drinks at the bar and free breakfast for every single day !!! The breakfast is small but totally okay for a good start into the day !! The hotel view over Manhattan is incredible and wonderful!! We fell in love with it !!! Area is super safe and 3 different subway stations are nearby which brings...

    After they heard that someone of us had birthday,they offered as two free drinks at the bar and free breakfast for every single day !!! The breakfast is small but totally okay for a good start into the day !! The hotel view over Manhattan is incredible and wonderful!! We fell in love with it !!! Area is super safe and 3 different subway stations are nearby which brings you everwhere in NYC. It only takes you 15 min by subway to times square !! And don't miss the rooftop !! We visited NYC in winter and just enjoyed the view from the terrace but I can imagine that it might be wonderful to sit there in the summer and to enjoy a cold drink there !!! I can just recommend the whole hotel !! It was amazing . and special thanks to the front desk man called Shah who treated us like queens !

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    Viviane, United States

    Coffee shop

    It is ok place to stay. They could work on designing the room so room becomes more functional. Even though room is big enough, their interior designed could use some work to make it more functional.

    Sahadev, United States

    Lobby

    We recently stayed in the Quality Inn LIC. Our stay was v good. Only 2 or 3 stops from Manhattan (subway). The price was v good and location was great as a cheap base without spending Manhattan prices.Breakfast was included, also free use of internet, free newspapers and free tea & coffee 24 hours. Area wasn'y anything special. Subway lines nearby. The area is undergoi...

    We recently stayed in the Quality Inn LIC. Our stay was v good. Only 2 or 3 stops from Manhattan (subway). The price was v good and location was great as a cheap base without spending Manhattan prices.Breakfast was included, also free use of internet, free newspapers and free tea & coffee 24 hours. Area wasn'y anything special. Subway lines nearby. The area is undergoing a lot of building work, Staff were v helpful. A special mention to Bibi, Cyre and the lad behind reception. They were v attentive, informative and helpful. Hotel isn't luxurious but suitable as a clean convenient base. Area ia quiet to walk round at night but we didn't feel unsafe. Good takeout pizza place next door. Would have no hesistation in returning. Personally would give it a 9/10 based on price, location & experience.

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    Matthew, United Kingdom

    Exterior view

    This is a great hotel to stay at when the Manhattan hotels are too expensive. Located between two subway stations with another two stations within walking distance and several food stores close by. Serves a good breakfast, it's very clean and the staff is great. The water pressure is weak on the 9th floor, but that's about the only bad thing I have to say about the hot...

    This is a great hotel to stay at when the Manhattan hotels are too expensive. Located between two subway stations with another two stations within walking distance and several food stores close by. Serves a good breakfast, it's very clean and the staff is great. The water pressure is weak on the 9th floor, but that's about the only bad thing I have to say about the hotel.

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    Carina, Sweden

    Exterior view

    One of the best hotels i have stayed during my business trips. Offers 5 star hotel comfort for the price of 3 star. Staff is very friendly and rooms are very clean. Room is also huge. No need to pay over 200 USD for New york. Just take metro to city centre (6-7 stops). Great Value for Great Money. Strongly suggested. The only negative side was the breakfast.

    ahmet, Turkey

    MiniStay

    MiniStay

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    Based on 8 reviews


    1. The doors & the locks are very weak, DO NOT leave your money & laptops in your room. 2. There's strong perfume in the room 3. The rooms are old, do not believe the photos 4. Three rooms (7 guests) share the only one bathroom (the only toilet is inside the bathroom) 5. All rooms located at 3rd floor, there's no elevator. 6. Bring your own towel & toothbrush.

    Yan-song, Taiwan

    Courtyard Long Island City/New York Manhattan View

    Pros: - Few minutes’ walk to the train stations. - Quite a few cafes in the vicinity. Dunkin’ Donuts is just nearby and there’s a food truck on the right when you walked out from the hotel, good for supper before heading back to rest. Cons: The customer service was horrible. We stayed here for 6 nights. We’ve already paid for the room in Agoda prior to our stay a...

    Pros: - Few minutes’ walk to the train stations. - Quite a few cafes in the vicinity. Dunkin’ Donuts is just nearby and there’s a food truck on the right when you walked out from the hotel, good for supper before heading back to rest. Cons: The customer service was horrible. We stayed here for 6 nights. We’ve already paid for the room in Agoda prior to our stay and it was non-refundable, so didn’t switch hotels. On the day of our arrival, we were second in queue to check in to our room. There were two receptionists and one of them who wasn’t serving anyone, was keeping her head down. We thought she wasn’t on shift or busy and waited. However, a third couple was walking from the lift towards the counter and she gestured them to go to her. She assisted them to check out immediately and only served us after that couple as her colleague was still handling the first couple. Is that right when we had waited in the queue? The frustrating thing was, she gave us the room key and didn’t not bother to tell us anything else, e.g. where the restaurant was and etc. We had 4 luggage and a couple of bags with us and she didn’t even offer any help when there weren’t anymore guests at the counter. When we asked if there’s any porter service, she told us, “Take the luggage trolley”. She didn’t bother to answer our question properly and she gave a ‘can’t be bothered’ face and attitude throughout. On the second day, my partner’s feet were swollen and we called the reception to ask for ice. We were told to go to level one to get ice ourselves. We went down but there was no one at the counter and we couldn’t find the ice machine anywhere. We checked with the security who told us where the ice machine was. However, we have to get the ice container from our room and use it to collect the ice. The funny thing was, the ice container wasn’t even in our room and shouldn’t the reception show or at else tell us over the phone where the ice machine was? The next day, we went to the

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    Yueping, Singapore

    LIC Hotel

    Definitely one of the cheaper hotels in the area but is completely worth it. The hotel just opened recently so it is extremely clean and nice. The rooms are a little small but other than that the rooms were comfortable. Location is great as there is a subway station to get to Manhattan 2 blocks a way. Definitely would stay there again in my next trip to NYC.

    Dave, United States

    Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel

    If you are a group traveling on a budget, Best Western Plaza Hotel in Long Island City is for you. My kids and I stayed in a queen suite for 5 nights. The staff were helpful, courteous and attentive, the room was always kept clean, and the location is a mere 3 minutes walk to the nearest Metro station. But what takes the cake is the breakfast buffet, spartan but fillin...

    If you are a group traveling on a budget, Best Western Plaza Hotel in Long Island City is for you. My kids and I stayed in a queen suite for 5 nights. The staff were helpful, courteous and attentive, the room was always kept clean, and the location is a mere 3 minutes walk to the nearest Metro station. But what takes the cake is the breakfast buffet, spartan but filling, and not just your ordinary muffin and coffee variety. There are eggs, cereal, pancakes, tater tots, sausage, fresh fruits -- not really what you would expect from a budget hotel. Other amenities include a gym, soda, snack, and ice machines, bottomless coffee, tea, and cold water in the lobby, guest parking within the hotel premises, free map of the city upon arrival, free internet and printing in their lobby! I don't think I have anything negative to say about this hotel, and I've stayed in all kinds as I travel a lot. I'm a very happy and satisfied fan! I will definitely stay here when I visit NYC again.

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    ma, Philippines

    Lobby

    Pick an odd Room number to avoid the construction noise directly across from the front of hotel. I had an even Room number & the construction starts 7am daily...

    Yingwai, United States

    Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Queens/Queensboro Bridge

    Hotel has easy access to subway, nothing much immediately around the hotel as it is a developing area with many new developments coming up which will change the place soon. The subway made it easy for our family of 3 to get to all parts of New York that I wanted to see plus more. Hotel is pretty clean and well managed as the only thing to consider is breakfast time as ...

    Hotel has easy access to subway, nothing much immediately around the hotel as it is a developing area with many new developments coming up which will change the place soon. The subway made it easy for our family of 3 to get to all parts of New York that I wanted to see plus more. Hotel is pretty clean and well managed as the only thing to consider is breakfast time as it could get busy at certain time that we ended up bring food to our room but plenty of food to share among all the guests , just the timing when they serve certain food that runs out faster than others. We feel safe walking to and from the Queens Plaza subway station.

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    Andy, Hong Kong SAR, China

    Exterior view

    Never had any issues. It was quiet, good location, walking distance to subway, Dunkin donuts, grocery store, St. Patrick Catholic Church, diff restaurants across from hotel. clean, friendly staff, good housekeeping. Did not get a chance to try their restaurant bar downstairs. I stayed on the 5th floor. Used the gym, met my essential needs(Cardio+weights avail.) Only ...

    Never had any issues. It was quiet, good location, walking distance to subway, Dunkin donuts, grocery store, St. Patrick Catholic Church, diff restaurants across from hotel. clean, friendly staff, good housekeeping. Did not get a chance to try their restaurant bar downstairs. I stayed on the 5th floor. Used the gym, met my essential needs(Cardio+weights avail.) Only con that I see is the security at night. Doors are not locked so anybody could get in out out of hotel. Should be a secured building after certain hour of the evening like 9pm, Doors should be locked and guests have to use their room card to get in...But besides that, I would stay at this hotel again.

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    Marie, United States

    The Vue Hotel, Ascend Hotel Collection

    Decent sized rooms , clean, lovely shower, and we had a view of Empire state and Chrysler building. Breakfast was excellent with lots of choice....you can even have filled doughnuts or make your own giant waffles. 10 minute walk to long island city ferry terminal ;$2.75 one way to Wall street terminal. The ferries are a great way to see the manhattan shoreline. Room cl...

    Decent sized rooms , clean, lovely shower, and we had a view of Empire state and Chrysler building. Breakfast was excellent with lots of choice....you can even have filled doughnuts or make your own giant waffles. 10 minute walk to long island city ferry terminal ;$2.75 one way to Wall street terminal. The ferries are a great way to see the manhattan shoreline. Room cleaned every day, and abundant clean towels. Nice hotel....would stay again.

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    DAVID, United Kingdom


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    Say hello to Long Island City, known as the LIC—a gem of a neighborhood in New York's well-known borough of Queens. Boasting a thriving arts scene, solid nightlife, gorgeous waterfront parks, and excellent cultural institutions, Long Island City wows at every turn. Before you come explore the neighborhood, search for Long Island City hotels next to attractions you wish to visit.

    Out and About in Long Island City

    No trip to Long Island City would be complete without chilling at Gantry Plaza State Park; situated right on the East River, this natural area offers incredible views of the magical Manhattan skyline, as well as ample space to stretch your legs and roam free. If you're into art, you have lots to explore, including the contemporary displays at the Fisher Landau Center for Art, the innovative exhibits at MoMA PS1 (an affiliate of the Museum of Modern Art), and the sculpture presentations at the Noguchi Museum. The Socrates Sculpture Park is also worth strolling through if you have time, as this site blends nature and art quite harmoniously. During winter, City Ice Pavilion is the place to skate in the neighborhood.

    Eating and Drink

    Culinary options span the globe here. Any one of the hotels in Long Island City will put you near tasty eateries. Along Vernon Boulevard and Jackson Avenue, for instance, you'll discover everything from ramen joints and Thai restaurants to classic American diners and French cafes. If you want extra cash in your pocket to enjoy the food here, check for New York City hotel deals. That will also leave you money to enjoy the nightlife scene in the area, which consists of everything from Irish pubs to craft breweries to cocktail bars.

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    Stay in the best hotels in Long Island City, a vibrant Queens neighborhood just a train ride away from Manhattan

    Written by Elizabeth Sile

    These days, Queens, NY, is less a “hidden gem” and more a destination in its own right, with the best hotels in Long Island City putting you in the heart of it all. Locals and visitors alike are drawn to their trendy bars and restaurants, thriving comedy clubs, waterfront parks, and art museums. The rewards for overnighting in Long Island City and Astoria include access to eight subway lines (N, W, R, F, M, 7, G, E) for easy trips to other boroughs, a 5- to 20-minute commute to Manhattan, and tremendous value. But the best reasons to choose a hotel here are the neighborhoods themselves. Eat your way through the best Long Island City restaurants and take in cultural institutions like MoMA PS1. And don’t miss nearby Astoria’s bars and beer gardens.

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    Best hotels in Astoria and LIC

    Boro Hotel

    1. Boro Hotel

    The closest a Queens hotel can come to a true luxury experience is this 108-room property in Long Island City, two stops from Manhattan on the N or W subway lines. Designed by the firm Grzywinski + Pons (also behind the Hotel on Rivington in the Lower East Side) the minimalist rooms and suites start at 200 square feet and feature Frette linens, Hay Studio and Tom Dixon furniture, cement tiles in the bathroom and Apivita amenities. The Manhattan View Balcony options are the standout for their private patios. Boro doesn’t have a full restaurant for dinner yet—a rooftop bar with skyline and Queensboro Bridge views is projected to open this fall—though it has a cafe with breakfast and all-day menus, as well as a lobby bar for cocktails, wine and beer. We also love the library in the lobby, which has books curated by Strand Books in Union Square.

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    Paper Factory Hotel

    2. Paper Factory Hotel

    The design-minded will love the industrial-style concrete floors and reclaimed wood furniture used throughout this 122-room hotel in an old paper factory, as the name suggests. Its address is in Long Island City, though the neighborhood’s boundaries have started to blur with Astoria. There’s not much happening in the blocks around the hotel, but two avenues north of the property is the Museum of the Moving Image and Kaufman Studios, plus the bars and restaurants along Broadway and 30th Avenue in Astoria. Midtown is only a 20-minute subway ride away. Rooms are on the smaller side, but feel larger thanks to 12-foot-tall ceilings and enormous windows. The lobby has serious bragging rights, from the morning coffee bar serving Forty Five Roasters beans to the outdoor garden for sipping evening cocktails. Book a table at the restaurant, Mundo, which blends Latin and Mediterranean cuisines.

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    3. Z NYC Hotel

    This Long Island City hotel isn’t located in the most desirable part of the neighborhood—it’s near Silvercup Studios and under the Queensboro Bridge, but otherwise surrounded by warehouses—but it makes up for this with a complimentary shuttle to Manhattan, decorated to look like a school bus, and free bikes for all guests. The real selling point is its rooftop, with killer views overlooking the bridge and Midtown (4th of July, anyone?). Summer on the roof lends itself to cocktail hours and yoga. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, red leather chairs and large murals of starlets. Standard rooms can feel a little cramped with furniture, so opt for the larger King Deluxe Room. No need to request Manhattan views, because all rooms face west.

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    Ravel Hotel

    4. Ravel Hotel

    Opened in 2008, this 63-room hotel overlooking the East River was the neighborhood’s first real boutique option. The location is less ideal compared to newer offerings in the borough—it’s at least a 10-minute walk through warehouses to the nearest subway stations—but the hotel has some amenities to make the trek worth it, notably its rooftop bar and restaurant Penthouse808. This sprawling space, with glass enclosures for year-round views, serves Asian fusion dishes like yellowtail tacos and sushi rolls, plus cocktails with a Tiki bent (order the rum or vodka punches that serve 3-6 people). Ravel’s rooms mix reclaimed wood furniture with accents of orange and dark brown leathers, and those in the Superior and Double Queen categories, plus the Penthouse, have private balconies.

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    5. Aloft Long Island City-Manhattan View

    Five minutes from CitiBank’s Queens headquarters and the bars and restaurants along Jackson Avenue in Long Island City, Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ affordable design brand Aloft will be the latest hotel to open in the borough when it soft-opens in November. Like the three other Aloft properties in New York (Harlem, Brooklyn, Downtown Manhattan), there’s a W XYZ bar for cocktails, beer and wine in the lobby and 24/7 Re:charge gym. The rooms are basic with pops of color on the carpeting and pillows, plus modern art. Reservations are open for December 1.

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    Hilton Garden Inn New York Long Island City/Manhattan View

    6. Hilton Garden Inn New York Long Island City/Manhattan View

    The reason to stay at this Long Island City hotel? Location, location location. It’s within three blocks of six different subway lines that get across the river to 59th Street in about five minutes. Because the hotel is only a year old (it opened in April 2015), the 183 rooms, as well as public areas, feel contemporary, mixing Mid-Century modern-inspired furniture with a palette of greys, light browns and whites. Request a room facing Manhattan for views of the skyline, or upgrade to the Presidential Suite - the only guest room in the hotel with a balcony. While there’s a fitness center, guests can also request a Stay Fit Kit, which includes a yoga mat, straps, blocks, hand weights and resistance bands for in-room workouts.

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    Home2 Suites by Hilton New York Long Island City/Manhattan View

    7. Home2 Suites by Hilton New York Long Island City/Manhattan View

    Another chain player near Long Island City’s 39th Street station, this all-suite hotel offers an affordable option for families and extended stays. Every suite has a kitchenette with a refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and cooking supplies, and guests also have access to laundry facilities. The 657-square-foot, one-bedroom option, with a king-sized bed and pull-out couch, is the best bet for parents and kids. The other studio-sized rooms work well for couples and solo-travelers. This Home2 Suites is also the most pet-friendly hotel in the area. For a cleaning fee of $100, guests can bring a pet under 50 pounds.

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    The Local

    8. The Local

    Though The Local is a hostel with shared and private 4-person dorm rooms catering to students and young travelers, there are also double rooms with queen- and twin-sized beds for budget-conscious couples and singles. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, and the dorm rooms have underbed lockers, reading lights and outlets for each bunk, and free towels and linens. The Local’s brick walls are painted white and industrial lighting is used throughout so the hotel feels more elevated in its design than a traditional hostel. The hotel’s LIC neighbors head to its cafe for Gimme! Coffee in the morning and Singlecut IPAs from nearby the Astoria brewery at night. Don’t miss the movie screening area in the lobby too.

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    Nesva Hotel

    9. Nesva Hotel

    Visitors like this hotel for its affordability and location in the cluster of hotels by the 39th Street subway stop on the N or W lines. Inside the striking blue and orange exterior of the building, the 32 small rooms have more of a chain hotel look—white linens, patterned rugs, orange walls and economic black furniture—than a design-forward boutique feel, but they’re efficient and a good value for your money. We’d spring for the rooms with private balconies on the west side of the building, which have either king or twin beds for around $200 a night or less.

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    10. Courtyard Long Island City/New York Manhattan View

    Chains still dominate the hotel scene in Queens, but many of the budget and midmarket options feel more expensive because they’re new, including this Courtyard Marriott property next to Long Island City’s Hilton Garden Inn on Queens Plaza North. The 160 rooms, spread over a 10-floor tower, are sleeker than many of Queens’ “boutique” offerings. Think floor-to-ceiling windows, abstract NYC art, Eames-inspired leather desk chairs, and a color mix of whites, greys, and dark woods. For a $100 cleaning fee, the hotel allows up to two pets under 25 pounds, where others only allow one dog or cat.

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    Q4 Hotel

    11. Q4 Hotel

    Don’t get confused by the name; this is a hostel, not a hotel. The decor is more generic (yes, those are the ubiquitous Malm dressers and Ung Drill mirrors from IKEA) compared with LIC’s other hostel, The Local. But the prices are lower, especially for private rooms with en-suite bathrooms. If room decor isn’t a priority, then budget travelers will find the rooms clean and the location convenient for getting to Manhattan. For those who want to mingle, there’s a communal space in the basement (complete with an old bank vault you can sit in) and activities every night of the week from karaoke to “drink and draw” parties.

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