Candlewood Suites Somerset
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Candlewood Suites Somerset
Travel Blogs from Somerset
After a much needed afternoon nap we jumped on the 4 train toward Yankee stadium. My god it is big and there were people everywhere. We got in and hit the merchandise store for a NY Yankees cap each, then got some beers and a hot dog. Took the massive people moving lift to the top floor and found our seats. Amazing view of the stadium.
Then Mim spotted a bucket of chicken some bloke was carrying so off I trotted to ...
I'm finally here. I am staying in Kings County, on the corner of Brooklyn near the bay connecting to Manhattan. We are at Tyler's apartment. Well, the kids call him Frosty. Not sure why. Shacking up on the floor. Getting here was absolute hell. Five trains. Miles of walking. Hundreds of pounds of luggage on my back. We started the day walking around Brooklyn. Ate at ...
The wet weather has finally caught up with us today and it's raining and cold. Out came all the jumpers and jackets so now everyone is happy they brought warmer clothing with them. We left about 8.30 this morning and did a quick run by/photo shoot of the Thomas Jefferson Monument then into the traffic and on our way to Baltimore to the Historical Quilt Museum. Just one problem with that....it was closed just like last year :( Found out it closed Mondays and Tuesdays so maybe ...
... good fun !
Getting over excited at the Playmobile (so much of it) in FAO Schwarz was much more fun on a cold day than sitting in an East Village Coffee house where noone spoke but tapped away on their laptops to Vivaldi. The Rockerfeller is certainly a but naff and very cheesey but it's free to use the loo. The tourists stopping stock still in front of you to take a selfie in Times Square are quite ...
... night was required so we could hit the streets of New York, running! Day 2: We started the day with breakfast at the hotel. Despite our reservation saying that breakfast was not included, our very nice, new, compact hotel served up a continental breakfast with some sausages and eggs on the side. We fuelled up, rugged up and headed out in to the cold. We had a few plans for the day including the 9/11 memorial, the food tour, Times Square and the Phantom of the Opera. ...