Days Inn North Bergen - New York City

Address: 2750 Tonnelle Avenue, North Bergen, New Jersey, 07047, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 2750 Tonnelle Avenue, North Bergen, is near World Yacht, Beast Speedboat Ride, Imperial Theatre, and New York Waterway.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn North Bergen - New York City

    Great choice near Lincoln Tunnel

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    I agree with most of the previous reviews. For a Days Inn, the rooms are large and nicely decorated. It's VERY convenient to the Lincoln Tunnel to midtown. There's that $5 shuttle...but for a family of 4 each way, that's not cheap. So we drove both days and did the subway once over in Manhattan. As other reviewers note, there's a $2 shuttle from the hotel right behind the Days Inn.

    We looked at the top-floor restaurant, but it didn't smell great, there was no one in the place and...well...when you're 10 minutes from some of the world's best eating, why eat at a Days Inn?

    Hotel was busy with lots of bus groups, but staff at front desk was attentive, helpful and friendly.

    Easy access to NJ Turnpike and we actually could watch the traffic on the ramp to the Lincoln Tunnel to gauge a good time to get in line for Manhattan.

    For the price, this is an excellent choice. It might be worth it to pay more to stay on the other side of the tunnel, but if you're interested in saving some money, give this a try.

    Great hotel, my bad planning

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    Great hotel for the price. Rooms were clean and updated, staff was friendly. They have a shuttle into the city for $5...which was great. A cab would have been $50. However, if you are thinking about getting this hotel to save a couple bucks, DON'T. It is much cheaper to stay in a more expensive hotel in the city than stay in a cheap hotel across the river because of transportation prices. A $7 metrocard will get you unlimited rides on the subway for one day...it'll take you everywhere!

    Great value!

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    My husband and I stayed here on a trip to NYC. It is almost right across the Lincoln Tunnel, and very convenient. We could not figure out where to catch public transportation to NYC from the hotel, nor is the hotel in the best of neighborhoods, so we ended up commuting to the city while we were there, which wasn't a huge problem (although parking in the city is very expensive). The hotel was very clean, the staff helpful, and the rooms were very comfortable and pleasant. No complaints here.

    Great location with friendly staff

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    We stayed here one night before driving into NYC for the weekend. The staff was wonderful providing us with lots of information and driving directions. They could not have been more helpful. For those who do not wish to drive, there is a shuttle service and a park and ride. Very convenient. The rooms are large and comfortable and the breakfast is excellent. We plan to stay again in the future. You will feel safe and secure here.

    Very very good

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    we stayed from dec 3 till dec 8, very clean and big rooms, perfect shuttle(10$ rtn ticket) service to NY, a very good deal compared to NYC hotels

    Very good

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    The room was clean and comfortable, staff friendly and the location is very convenient. It only takes 10 mn to go to NYC. A shuttle ($2) is running VERY often right in front of the super 8 motel which is only 5mn walking from the Days Inn (the Days Inn has a shuttle that runs less often and is $5). Absolutely recommand this hotel for a cheaper way to go to NYC.

    Hassle free stay

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    Stayed for a week at this Hotel. Rooms were clean & spacious. Had a problem with the window which they fixed within the hour, so could not fault the service.

    Loved it!

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    This was a great hotel! I stayed there this Feburary 2004 with my class from school. We had been in New York and our teacher didn't want us staying in New York.

    Thanks patrick and sam for your excellent and proffesional service .

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    Me and a friend went to NYC for a family reunion and stayed at the days inn in north bergen the hotel was very nice and clean at first I was very scared to stay at a hotel in such a big city because i was worried about the cleaniness and safety but this hotel was definetly a nice place rooms are beautifuly remodeled and the location was excellent the outlets was right there we were traveling to the bronx 161 st it took only 30 min or less we went to manhattan it was right there. the only problem we had and it was not really a problem for us was the construction and how we had to detour around to get to the hotel and oh if you like whitecastles its not to far about 7 mins so daysinn keep it clean and we will definetly be back.

    Affordable, clean rooms!

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    My husband and I had to attend a family reunion near Secaucus, and didn't want to stay with relatives this time...we picked a Days Inn because we've always had good luck with this chain, but I must commend this one for being exceptionally clean and well-maintained. They cheerfully brought us extra towels when asked, and were happy to recommend some good restaurants in the area. And at under $100 per night, we decided to extend our trip so we could see some of New York City while we were there! I think the next time we want to visit Manhattan, we'll stay here again - it is SO close, but without the Manhattan price tag!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn North Bergen - New York City

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from North Bergen

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    A travel blog entry by denisemilburn on Jan 09, 2015

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    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Nov 04, 2014

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    A travel blog entry by nodak on Oct 01, 2014

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    JFK - Johansburg

    A travel blog entry by vikhappy on Aug 06, 2014

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    A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... lines that you could take to get out here (shy by one stop, in fact).

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