Hotels over 300 USD near Newark Airport
5 Hotels over 300 USD Found near Newark Airport, Showing 1-5
from US$ 335.11
This New York City hotel is located in Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood, next to the Chambers Street Subway Station. It features massages, a restaurant and rooms include iPod docking stations.
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This hotel is fabulous. We unfortunately only got to stay here one night, but the staff was more than accomodating to us and all of our needs. It's classy, clean, well worth the money, and was a very large room with the one of the most comfortable beds we've ever slept in. Also, the location is wonderful - close to the subway and many key sites an... what people say » d neighborhoods. HIGHLY recommend this hotel. -
The fact that the hotel was so small made it so you saw the same front
of house staff everyday. It made everything feel very familiar and
comfortable. The concierge was a great help in choosing a show and
getting us great seats at the very last minute. The front desk was
accommodating when we asked to change rooms as well. The room, although
small, felt very comfortable and not too crowded.
from US$ 319.00
Located in SoHo, an area known for fashion, art and shops, this luxury design hotel offers clear views of Manhattan. Two bars, a restaurant and gym are on-site.
Rooms at The James New York boast a fl...
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Stylish hotel, rooms were smaller but nicely designed,excellent gym,
good location if you like the soho area, and great rooftop bar but
overly expensive cocktails there. Concierge recommended some affordable
& delectable restos in area. -
Location is great. My wife was in NY for the 1st time son it was crucial (since we had just a few days) t... what people say » o be close to all the classic interest points. Decoration is great.
It also has a great bar with wonderful views of the city.
from US$ 339.00
This boutique hotel in Manhattan’s SoHo District features a restaurant and a seasonal rooftop bar with stunning views. It offers contemporary rooms with a flat-screen TV.
All rooms at SIXTY Soho boas...
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The room was clean and comfortable although the outlook from the window was onto an unspectacular building! However the room was quiet and relatively peaceful after the noise of New York city! The hotel was in a great location for subway, jazz venues, small restaurants and eclectic shops.
All the staff were very pleasant and helpful. We loved the ... what people say » roof terrace and had a lovely cocktail while enjoying the fabulous views out over the city. -
A very nice hotel, extremly nice staff (among the best I met). A calm and attractive place to stay and rest after a hot New York/ Manhattan day. Nice bar and a very good restaurant in house. Always fresh water and some nice snacks every night in the room. Stayed 8 nights and will gladly come back. A summer stay when the out door terrrace is open.
from US$ 505.00
Located in Soho, this luxury hotel is a 5-minute walk from Washington Square Park and Little Italy. It features 24-hour concierge service and loft-style rooms.
Each of the spacious and contemporary r...
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Everything, place is fantastic. Restaurant is amazing, service is wonderful! -
Location. Privacy. Cleanliness.Staff nice, but a bit "suprerior" acting.
from US$ 555.00
Located on a cobbled street in the SoHo neighborhood, this contemporary design hotel features a beautiful inner courtyard and an on-site terrace restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hote...
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Very comfortable, elegant hotel in the heart of SoHo, brilliant for shopping and eating out. The hotel staff were friendly and very helpful, and we did not feel out of place with our 4 boys aged 11-20. It was expensive, but then everything in New York is expensive! The breakfasts were very good (but not included).The hotel is near several subway s... what people say » tations so it is really easy to get around. -
This hotel is almost so perfect, so it becomes in fact boring. How is that five star hotels still can't understand to threat guest as individuals? When you have answered the same standard questions if everything is great a hundreds times from every staff in just a four day short visit, it becomes less funny. Different individuals are intresting, perfect robotized hotels are not.