Because the hotel's location has easy access to New York City, you can visit Big Apple highlights like the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and Times Square before returning to peaceful Staten Island for some rest and relaxation. Our complementary shuttle service to the Staten Island Ferry runs Seasonal. It is closed for the season now
We are located directly across from the entrance of Newark Liberty International Airport, where there is public transportation available to downtown Newark's attractions, New York City and the Meadowlands Sports Complex.
Wake up each morning to a hot and cold complimentary breakfast buffet in our great room. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings come join the staff and other guests at our social from 5:30pm to 7:30pm and enjoy a light complimentary dinner. When weather permits take advantage of our outdoor gas grills on our patio and take a swim in our indoor pool and spa.
Candlewood provided the right amount of clean, private, well laid-out space at a reasonable price. Candlewood offers fresh towels and other amenities if you want/need them but otherwise, they leave[More]
you to your own means and schedule. I will look for Candlewood Suites for my next travel destination! [Less]
The rooms and staff were nice enough but it was frustrating to find the air conditioner inoperative in my room. The staff was kind enough to give me another room, but the A/C in that room was blowing[More]
out hot air as well, so we had to move to a third room. We were there to photograph a wedding and the A/C was not working in the bride's room or the groom's. Hotel rooms are extremely stuffy. It is vitally important to have working, reliable ventilation, especially as the weather heats up.
I also have to say the breakfast was one of the worst I've had. The first morning, I thought couldn't eat because I had nerves about shooting the wedding, but the second morning confirmed that the food was just not that appetizing. The breakfast buffet consists of potatoes, eggs, rubbery waffles or pancakes, bacon and sausage, the saddest fruit bowl you've ever seen, orange juice, and a very limited supply of coffee. Of everything they had, the only food I could stomach swallowing was the bacon, sausage, OJ and coffee. Couldn't believe I paid $13.75 plus tip for that. An omelette station would be awesome, at the very least, some hotter, better tasting eggs. [Less]