Center yourself in the heart of the Chelsea Flower District at one of the most relaxing hotels in New York City. Our knowledgeable staff is available at all times to assist with any questions or requests and are true ambassadors of the neighborhood.
The location of our hotel is in the heart of Brooklyn. Walking distance from Brooklyn Metrotech, Barclays Center, BAM, DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Promenade, and over 10 Subway lines within a couple of blocks that can take you anywhere in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Fulton Mall right in the corner of the hotel. Perfect spot for lots of shopping. Very close to many restaurants!
Relax after a long day at our hotel's heated whirlpool spa, or swim a few laps in our indoor heated pool. Enjoy the cozy lobby while using the free high-speed wireless Internet access available in our private business center, and don't forget mid-week reception offering assorted foods, beverages, and good company!
24 hour fitness center, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Enjoy the IHG Guest Rewards Program. You can join today, if not already a member, and earn points for every qualified stay. With free Wi-Fi access throughout the Hub our guests can be connected & stay connected. Our 24 hour business center caters to every need. Shuttle Service is available within a 5 mile radius.
You can't beat all newly renovated guest rooms at a hotel just minutes from Rutgers University and steps from numerous restaurants and shopes. This hotel is ideally situated adjacent to I-287 and close to the NJ Turnpike, GS Parkway and Newark Liberty International Airport.
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.
Stay Smart and enjoy a delicious complimentary breakfast each morning which includes hot and cold assortments. You will also stay productive while at our hotel with our high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and guest rooms.
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]
It looks like an ordinary hotel but people make a business, and interactions that are aware, genuine,caring, regardless of the position one holds in the hotel make a visit memorable. I saw caring[More]
people doing great work. I appreciated the skillful awareness of the staff at the hotel and the initiative and independence they had at everyday problem-solving . This says a lot about an environment which is a work environment - if we have to spend time someplace, let it be where people feel they matter and who see, honor and respect one another, [Less]