Comfort Suites Newark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Suites Newark
Though this hotel is on a major highway, my room overlooking the highway was very quiet. The bed and pillows were very comfortable and I had a good night's rest. The heater was needed and worked well. The staff were very friendly. The breakfast was okay, but the TV in the breakfast room was not working. Overall, my stay was very comfortable.
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... it was obvious this was a comfy and welcoming place for many locals. The experience began by listening to the ordering rules: You can't add onto a pizza. It comes how it comes. You can only take things off. SOOO, I ordered the 14 1/2, which is basically a pepperoni pizza. But it came with chilies. Good thing I could take things off because I don't do chilies on my pizza! When my pie arrived, I thought to myself, "This looks familiar...like so many brick oven pizzas I've ...
... individual sections that turn into a bed with linens for your covers, blanket provided also but wasn't needed. Dinner came with tablecloth, salt/pepper shakers, selection of fresh bread, etc. I had the short ribs dinner with champagne. Very delicious. Great large screen (about 19") with your choice of entertainment. I chose the Will Smith movie, Focus, the ...
Finally, the day of departure has arrived! Packing was completed in plenty of time. I got on the subway and headed to Penn Station for the train to EWR. The weather was gorgeous.
When I got to the airport, I found that all the NJ Transit trains that stop at EWR all leave in proximity to one another. The first train was the NE Corridor, which is also the busiest line. It was ...
... questions, so I will ever so subtlety segue into safer territory, and let you know that while in New York I ate Greek food; rode the subway; traversed Time Square (day and night); took in Grand Central Station; went up the Empire State Building; had Subway for lunch; walked up fifth avenue; the Rockafeller Centre; wandered around Central Park; cycled around Central Park; rode the subway; ate Indian food; rode the subway; saw the new World Trade Center tower; saw where the old ...
... that was also very well designed and left us feeling a bit emotional! After this we decided to come back and have a quiet night in due to how late we got back last night. We got a falafel (me) and chicken platter (doug) from a street food vendor 2 mins from the apt we're staying in. We ate these back at the apt with some nice drinks we bought and we're now shattered in bed! Early night tonight methinks! Last full day in ny tomorrow! ...