The Inn At Fox Hollow Hotel

Address: 7755 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, New York, 11797, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 7755 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, is near Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park, Old Bethpage Village Restoration, Bethpage Black, and Oheka Castle.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Inn At Fox Hollow Hotel Woodbury

    Great place to stay on Long Island.


    I stayed here over the Christmas break. The rate was reasonable, the room was very comfortable, the complementary breakfast was great, and the people were very friendly and professional. Melissa, one of the front desk team, typlified the helpfulness of the the whole staff.

    I recommend you consider the Inn at Fox Hollow when your travels take you to this part of Island.

    Overwelmed by the ambience


    We stayed at the Inn because it is close to the Woodbury Country Club. Our daughter got married August 14, 2005 at the Country Club. To say the least, it was a joyfull but stressfull time. The

    service and ambience at the Inn did alot to help us unwind. The last thing we needed were more issues to deal with. We liked our stay so much we intend to return at various times for mini vacations. Can not say enough positive things about the facility.

    Pat and Marge

    Fox Hollow Inn - Excellence at a reasonable price


    I have spent a great deal of the past year working on Long Island. I have stayed at the Fox Hollow Inn , Woodbury which has been consistently excellent. The staff are polite, efficient and helpful. The hotel is well run, very clean and very comfortable and the complementary Dinner and Breakfast represent excellent value. I recommend this hotel to anyone passing through Long Island.

    My Long Island home


    I have to travel to Long Island for business almost every week. I have been doing this for over 10 years and have stayed at many very good hotels, but once I stayed at the Inn at Fox Hollow, I threw all of the other hotel numbers away. I have never been so comfortable at a hotel, even on the first night! The breakfast is phenomenal and having a full refrigerator, microwave, etc makes even the most restrictive of diets possible. High speed internet access (free) is a necessity. The rooms are comfortable and the staff is very professional. They are also very accessible to the main highways, making any commute fairly easy.

    Luxury and Fun at the Fox!


    August 10, 2005

    My wife and I have just returned from a relaxing two days at a fabulous place, the Inn at Fox Hollow. Conveniently located (one mile off the Seaford Oyster Bay Parkway) in Woodbury N.Y. this establishment offered us many extras not nomally associated with hotels or motels.

    The rooms are beautiful, spacious and clean. The staff is professional, courtious and friendly.

    Available to all are luxurious spa services, a heated outdoor pool and hot tub. We totally relaxed, were pampered and were able to forget the worries of everyday life.

    As an unexpected bonus, from Monday through Thursday the Inn provides complete and fabulous breakfasts and diners!

    We live in nearby Merrick and we find ourselves getting away to the "Fox" freguently.

    I'm certain you will find the Inn fabulous also.

    Top Notch for a reasonable price


    Excellent service and facilities. I will definitely stay there again.

    Great hotel


    I've stayed at the Fox Hollow twice for work and both times were great, staff couldn't be nicer and the rooms are spacious and very clean! Can't say enough about the complimentary breackfast and dinner.

    The warmest staff and awesome amenities!!!


    My wife and I stayed at the inn at the Fox Hollow over the winter and we had the greatest time at my brothers wedding. We checked in late night and Bobby took are of us with the quick check in. The hotel only had one smoking bedroom but the room was in spectacular condition. The only complaint I have is the fire alarm going off every night for the three nights we stayed. However, the night front desk clerk, Abduce assured the guests that it was a minor fault in the system and he allowed for minimal disturbance. The staff was great. I've stayed at many hotels in the New York City and I always look forward to staying at the Fox Hollow in Long Island.

    A Gem on Long Island


    We stayed for a wedding recently and we were quite impressed with the service and the facility at this hotel. The rooms were spacious suites that were very well stocked. The bathrooms were a great size and we had no problem getting ready with 3 people. The only bad part was that the thermostat in the room was hard (or didn't work) to use so it was pretty hot in the room. The full buffet breakfast was very comprehensive and tasty. We took advantage of the pool and the exercise facility. I would recommend this place to a family or an extended stay business guest. The staff was extremely helpful and accommodating. This hotel could easily rival their national chain competitors!

    Great for families or for business travel


    We (including our little 9mo son) stayed in a suite with a king sized bed and a sofa sleeper. It was absolute luxury... yes, even with kids!

    :-) There's a fitness room, an outdoor pool, and tables, chairs, and outdoor grills. When we went we also ate breakfast and dinner in the lobby area which was included with the room price from Monday to Thursday. It may have been a special going on, but it was so worth it.

    Convenient and good Italian inspired food. Though be careful about the accessible room snacks which they will charge if you consume.

    There's even a park right across the street. It was raining when we went, but with kids a park and playground is a big plus. There's lots of shops nearby, too, and it was a convenient commute to the city via train.

    We will definitely return!

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn At Fox Hollow Hotel Woodbury

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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