Candlewood Suites Jersey City

Address: 21 Second St, Jersey City, New Jersey, 07302, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 21 Second St, Jersey City, is near Manhattan Skyline, Battery Park City's Rockefeller Park, World Financial Center, and New York Theatre Experience.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Candlewood Suites Jersey City

      Wonderful Place to Stay


      I visited New York City for a dance workshop but arranged to stay here because of good reviews and the reasonable price. The place is very convenient from the Pavonia PATH station. The city itself looks so clean compared to New York City. It reminded me more of Century City in CA or Crystal City in VA. Check-in was very easy. I presented my Priority Club card and they oriented me with the facilities, amenities, etc.

      When I went inside the! It was spacious, it had a nice long table in the middle, like in a conference room. The kitchenette was complete with stovetop, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, fridge. The TV had a VCR, and since I bought some choreography tapes, I was able to view them immediately. The clock in the living room had a CD player, so it also helped me to practice the choreography that I was learning in the workshop. Bathroom is also nice and spacious, and the room had a great view of the harbor.

      The Candlewood Cupboard is also a valuable part of this place. I was able to save a lot on food just by accessing this feature. It is done on an honor system. If you don't have the exact change, just go over to the front desk and they will help you; otherwise, charge it to your room.

      For anyone going to New York City, stay at this hotel. It's nice and quiet, has a nice view, is convenient to the Pavonia PATH Station, and it costs less than the expensive New York hotels, but is more spacious and clean.

      If you're driving to NYC, this is the place to stay!


      Only able to stay 2 days and 1 night but wished we could have stayed longer! Very easy to get to NYC. The ferry is one block in front of the hotel. The PATH trains are about 2 or 3 blocks away - a pleasant walk along the river. The PATH train to World Financial Center arrives through the bottom of the WTC site. It provided an unique prospective. At night, we felt completely safe walking from the PATH station back to the hotel. Even though we checked out the next morning, we were permitted to leave our car in the hotel's secure lot for the entire day without any additional charges while we explored the Big Apple. Would definitely stay here again (and hopefully longer)!



      During a visit to Jersey City to see my relatives I chose to stay at Candlewood Suites. It was by far the best away from home stay ever!! The staff was professional and knowledgable, FREE SECURED PARKING, complimentary movies, popcorn and cd's to play in your VCR or CD player. They offer a huge clean, modern, cozy and comfy suite. HIghly recommend!!!

      Home base for a great NYC trip


      New hotel, great location, free parking, close to the water taxi's that go into Manhattan and close to the Path train station that can take you as far as 38th and 6th (Macys) for $1.50. You can even cook your meals and save even more $$. Shuttle can take you to the Path station if you don't feel like walking a few blocks!!

      What a deal!


      Great stay.The staff is friendly, the rooms are big, the kitchennetes are stocked with everything you will need to make dinner or lunch. They even have free videos and a little grocery on the honor system. Perfect alternative to staying in an expensive, tiny manhattan hotel

      Nice place


      have stayed at candlewood suites 3x. Very easy to get to manhatten via path train or water ferry. also light rail that runs to hoboken is just outside the door. Rooms nice, hotel is very close to hudson river. walking path along the river is very close. Am going to stay there again. candlewood suite people know many of their customers names, because some people stay there long term.. close to grocery store a&p and major shopping center has food court within walking distance or short ride on light rail. CLEAN, QUIET AND COMFORTABLE. rj

      Great fitness center


      I stayed at Candlewood during a plumbing disaster at my nearby apartment, and I felt more at home in my temporary suite than I do in my apartment. The fitness center on the first floor is the best I've seen in a hotel: the cardiovascular equipment was well-maintained and the space was ample.

      THE Place to Stay!


      Spent the wkend (2 nights) at the Candlewood Suites Jersey City Nov.

      2003 and were extremely pleased! Check out the wkend 2 nites for 1 offer using Visa to reserve - can't be beat! 1bdrm suite is very large - beds comfortable - and the entire place is very nice and appears to be new. If you stay there, eat at Darrian's Pub & Restaurant on Washington Blvd!

      Great Place to Stay near Manhattan!


      Great service, excellent room w/full size kitchen for long-term stays.

      Take path train to Manhattan - grat alternative to pricey NYC hotels.

      Found it on expedia.

      Wonderful Place to Stay


      I have no complaints about this hotel. The customer service was flawless, the room was in excellent shape, it was convenient to public transportation, and the price was even pretty reasonable (for the NYC area). I highly recommend it.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Candlewood Suites Jersey City

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Jersey City

      Birthday in the Big Apple

      A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 17, 2014

      11 photos

      I am determined this morning, even though it is my birthday, to get up early and get to the Empire State Building when they open at 8am. I know I want to be there early and don't want to waste half the day standing in a line. Paul is up first and takes the key, disappearing out the door and coming back with flowers for my birthday (beautiful) and breakfast. Unfortunately, the coffee shop is not yet open, but what a wonderful way to begin the day!

      We try to get through our ...

      The Day of Nothingness

      A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Aug 30, 2014


      ... until 3pm. We headed to where they were supposed to be, but there was no sign of anything at that location. After a little bit more walking we actually ended up back at the post office, so we'd managed to walk even further in the shining sun that we had before!

      On the way back to the hotel (again), we stopped by the local Walmart and grabbed some snacks for the train. The train trip was just under 6 hours and covered the entire dinner period, so ...

      New York, New York ... or New Jersey, New Joisey

      A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jul 31, 2014

      1 photo

      Arrived in New York - well, actually at Newark Liberty Airport - it took three trains to get to Jersey City and my accommodation ... the airport monorail to the Jersey Transit station at the end of the Monorail line, then the Jersey Transit train to PATH New Jersey, then PATH to Journal Square (Jersey City) ... then walk to the Hotel, which took a bit of doing as the Journal Square Station was undergoing some remodelling, and the entrances/exits ...

      Saturday 26th July in New York

      A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jul 26, 2014

      ... get home, and John's bags were heavy - especially after we dropped in to a bottle shop and bought 2 bottles - one red wine and 1 scotch. I already had extra things in my backpack - we'd bought some thing for Abby as we'd walked along in the very beginning. When we spied a wire market trolley on the edge of the footpath, it looked pretty good - even though it was a bit mangled. Anyway, I pulled it up and it was a ...

      Day 29: First day of New York Adventure

      A travel blog entry by greg-mary-scott on Jun 16, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... her. Noble, strong. Almost defiant, saying to everyone, "Don't mess with me, I am Lady Liberty." My main emotion upon seeing her, once again, was, "Really, The Statue of Liberty?" I could hardly believe it! But, there she was. I'm still amazed that I was able to see her, right there, in front of me. Not in a picture, not on TV, but right there. Wow. Greg took many a picture of inside the 9/11 Museum. It was quite amazing, and very tastefully done. There are no words to say how I ...