The hotel was closed when I got there.
Location proximity to Manhattan is great. Staff was helpful and courteous.
This hotel needs updating as it is quite shabby. My room was not very clean. The carpet was worn, stained, old and dirty. Noticed the lamp shade and curtains were torn. Found black mold in the tub / shower area. Breakfast is complimentary though food quality is very poor. The scrambled eggs and milk both tasted like chemicals - must have been made from a powder mix. Awful food and dirty worn out gross rooms. This is NOT a luxury boutique hotel. I would never stay here again.
Mostly clean, simple with a good rate.. But NOISY!
Location to my meeting. Price, mostly clean. Reception was friendly, close to LGA.
Did not sleep well, needed ear plugs, traffic noise on the street all night. Maybe that's just NYC but hey. Do some soundproofing. Next time I'm staying at the Country Inn on their highest floor and I'm bringing ear plugs.
Appreciated the free breakfast and free water/coffee available at all times next to the lobby. Convenient location (although the proximity to the train means you can hear it - maybe depending on what side of the hotel you get?). Spacious rooms with a living area and bedroom with a door. Nice, helpful staff. Definitely enjoyed my stay!
The rooms are big and spacious, tv, fridge included, even coffee maker; the staff is very friendly and helpful; breakfast is really nice, with a lot of options. Location is good, 5mins walk to the nearest metro stations (queens plaza or 39th) or if you are up for a longer walk, just for the fun of it it took us about half an hour over queensboro bridge to get to central park and 5th avenue
Good breakfast, very clean throughout the hotel and room was spacious. Hotel handy for the nearest subway making it an excellent location for visting New York. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Hotel was centrally located - very local to subway stations. Got into Manhattan within 15 mins. Staff were incredibly helpful and friendly. Very nice atmosphere. Would definitely stay there again.
Though breakfast served all your needs with good choice of cereals, waffles, toast and pastries - I wish we'd had proper plates, cuttlery and cups. Got to really dislike using plastic utensils and polystyrene cups/plates by the end. But all in all breakfast wasn't that bad.
The hotel staff were very helpful, and the rooms wwere newly furnished.
The breakfast and esp. the coffee.
The convenience of location and the quiet clean comfort.
Not a glamorous neighborhood for travelers who aren't familar with Queens.
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