Holiday Inn Express Hotel LaGuardia Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Hotel LaGuardia Airport Flushing
The staff is extremely nice but extremely slow. Breakfast is decent with hot options. Would stay again.
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making the long daily commute from central New Jersey when I’m at my parents’
house there. In this case I paid $45/night for a bed in a 3-bunk en-suite dorm
room, but I had the room to myself for two of those nights and only one
roommate on the third. Lodging deals don’t get any better than that in New York
On Wednesday morning I took the elevated subway line from
Long Island City to the end of the line ...
... made. We got our 5 beer chips for $20 and selected a pumpkin ale, Weiss wheat beer, the lager, and a super strong 8.4% spicy beer called ridgy didge. Ash drank most of the beers and I had the pumpkin ale, still trying to get the taste for beer. After this we caught the subway to prospect park and had a little wander. Nice area. My headache was returning and I was having a sad homesick day so we bailed on the rest of our plans, got some ny slice and did our washing. Fun Saturday ...
... of the two buildings stood with a smaller hole in the centre of each. Water cascades down from the top across the base of the big hole to then fall into the second seemingly bottomless one. Around the edge of each memorial are the names of the people who lost their lives in the bombing in 1993 and the destruction of 2001. Their names are cut into the metal and on their birthday, the World Trade Centre Memorial trust place a white rose in their name. We saw 2 white roses today. ...
... 1886. The highlight of my visit was climbing the 354 stairs up into her Crown while imagining the many immigrants who would have seen the Statue of Liberty when they arrived into New York Harbour for the first time (the audio guide had some emotional personal recollections about this). Security is particularly tight for the Crown access as I had to show photo identification, undertake a security screening and even then, you were only allowed to ...
... grocery across the street along with a coffee shop and several restaurants. There is a subway station one block down, although I haven't used that one yet. The building is very quiet thanks to the noise reduction windows. The subway runs right underneath the building and I can hear it pass by, but just barely. I got myself unpacked and went to the grocery store for some necessities. Looking forward to a museum adventure ...