Hilton Woodcliff Lake
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
Photos of Hilton Woodcliff Lake
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Woodcliff Lake
Travel Blogs from Woodcliff Lake
... so unless you are changing the settings before taking a shower, don't bother. That being said it looks very nice in my bathroom, was easy to install and has a very nice spray. If you're in the market for an inexpensive new showerhead that will make you feel like you're in a hotel - this might be your match! ...
... we had been too. We then came upon the city library, so we thought we would check out the building and the steps for the movie, sex in the city. Then it was time to see how the other have lived, we headed back uptown and got off at an out of the way stop so after walking back across Central Park we hit the top end of fifth avenue, home of all the luxury brands you could want, and of course tiffanies, so what is a girl to do but shop, a ...
... to see all those buildings that we somehow so familla to me but in smaller 16:9 scale. Reaching Time square is like an explosion of coloured neon and Hugh electronic bill boards. Lot more people all getting ready to start a day at work. Once I had taken a few pics I decided to head south towards the Statan island ferry, so I doubled back on myself and headed down Broadway. ...
... It was incredibly beautiful an we took our time walks through it. We then continues through the park - we just love it, and could easily spend heaps of time in it (which we do). It is no wonder that it is listed as NYCs number 1 attraction. We swung by the hotel and took a bit idiot me out and then headed downtown to the 34th street shopping district and Macy's, the largest store in the world. We also looked through the Manhattan Mall and, in the shadow of The Empire ...
... I'm afraid). Entering Central Park you are accosted by guys trying to get you into their horse drawn carriages (the smell of manure is very strong), rent bikes for a few hours or the biscuit, cycle taxis that will take you for a ride around the park for a bargainatious $4 per minute per ride (person)! Bet there are a few unhappy customers who didn't read that properly!
The prime reason for being at that end of town was for ...