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.
Unwind after a long day at our complimentary Meet your Neighbour event every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 5:30PM to 6:30PM in the Great Room located on the 1st floor. Enjoy delicious served hor d'oeuvres and refreshments.
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
Hazlet's only full-service hotel features all the comforts of home, all the conveniences of a world class hotel and all the services that make every stay an absolute pleasure. All the definitions of hospitality - All under one roof.
Your meeting's a guaranteed success when you put Holiday Inn Hazlet on your agenda
Discover our upscale hotel, centrally located in the heart of New Jersey halfway between New York City and Philadelphia, and right off the NJ Turnpike just minutes from Princeton and Six Flags Great Adventure. Featuring Yogi's All American Grill and Sports Bar, free wireless high speed Internet, free parking, an indoor pool and a high-tech Business Center, we have everything you're looking for!
This Holiday Inn's rooms far exceeded my expectations of what a hotel room could be like in NYC. Having stayed in innumerable dingy hotels in the city, I've expected that to be the norm (unless[More]
you're paying an exorbitant amount of money). This Holiday Inn is comparably priced to anything you'll find in the city, and the quality of the hotel and rooms is absolutely stellar. Plus, you're located in a prime LES spot. Highly recommended. [Less]
This hotel is generally good. The pillows were a problem. Our problem occured when we arrived home and realized that we had left some clothing hanging in the closet. The front desk told us to call[More]
housekeeping, where we could only leave a message and they did not return the call. We called again and were told that the room would be looked at. No one got back to us. This must happen frequently in hotels, yet no one was willing to take responsibility for the problem and inform us. Other hotels have found things left in the room and just mailed them to the home address without a phone call having been made. I think this is sloppy on the part of a hotel chain that includes some pretty upper end hotels. It left us feeling sour about the experience. [Less]