Our accommodation was within a reasonable distance for some sightseeing. More in Queens than Long Island from my understanding. They continue to advertise breakfast when it is definitely no longer available. The room was basic but adequate although quite cramped for 3 people. Cupboard space is definitely inadequate.
Nice hotel in quiet residential area near Queensboro Plaza en Queens Plaza subway stations. The stations are served by 6 different subway lines so it is always quick and easy to get to and from Manhattan. Also the E train takes you to the jfk Airtrain in just 20 minutes. Hotel is nice and simple. Could do with some maintenance here and there (my curtains were ripped for example and my blanket had a stain) but all in all comfortable rooms with Manhattan view if you are on the back . Staff is very friendly and helpful Neighbourhood is quiet. The occasional homeless but nothing to worry about. I was traveling as a woman alone and had no problem walking from the subway to the hotel at night. Breakfast is no longer but at the beginning of the street is Hudsons Food Market where you can get breakfast (eggs, yoghurts, pancakes, pastries) or fresh pastas. Metro takes you to Manhattan in just 2 stops so very convenient and for a much better price than staying in Manhattan.…
I stayed here with 2 friends and had a 3-person room, but the double bed was very small. We had a huge balcony and the space to make our breakfast downstairs. The staff was very friendly and we could store our luggage while we we in New York. Good price-quality ratio. Close to a grocery store and 2 subway stations.
I came during winter 40 degree weather. I prepaid for my reservation and they refused to provide service. They ignored me as they talked on the phone and walked around. No one extended me service and I had to walk around in the middle of winter searching for a new place to stay after these animals stole my money.
Arrived to the hotel and waited over an hour as no one. I mean no one checked me in. I felt unwelcomed and will be reporting them to the NYC commission for possible racial discrimination. It was 40 degrees outside and I was refused service. I am a African American female solo traveler who is taking a staycation in the city. When I arrived to the hotel, no one would check me in.
THIS PLACE DESERVES NEGATIVE STARS. I booked four nights at this hotel for business. The first night, I was awoken at 2am to SOMEONE OPENING MY HOTEL ROOM DOOR! I am a young girl staying alone. This person was aggressively trying to open my door, thank god I had the metal lock on. I then call the front desk for the guy at the front desk to say “oh sorry that was me trying to check the empty rooms and I went into your room by accident.” NOT OK AND VERY SKETCHY! After that horrible incident, I obviously didn’t want to stay there any longer. The manager told me she would refund me for the remaining three nights and barely apologized for the incident. Guess what, a month later and NO REFUND and NO RETURNED PHONE CALLS! Only stay here if you don’t mind a weird man trying to enter your room and do god knows what…
We stayed at the nesva for four nights. It was a nice little sanctuary from the city. Comfortable and convenient walk to the subway and store to buy drinks and snacks. The breakfast was basic, but everything you need. Coffee, porridge, different pastries, bananas etc. My only negative thing to say about nesva is their use of single use plastics in the breakfast area. Plastic bowls, knives, and paper cups for coffee. In this day and age we all should be cutting back on this sort of waste. Switching to regular coffee mugs, bowls,and cutlery could make a difference.
For a one night stay this hotel was just fine. The European-sized room and bathroom were big enough for two people and were clean. It was quiet. There is no lobby unless the unheated entrance way is considered the lobby. The breakfast choices were bland - fake orange juice, mini yogurts, a few bread stuffs and instant oatmeal. The breakfast room was cold. But again, for a one night stay when you're not spending a lot of time in the hotel, it is just fine.
5 min away from 3 different metro stops (Queens Plaza), Quennsboro and 21st street Queenbridge, quiet street, nice bed, extra view on NYC Skyline, from Empire State to north of Central Parc. Breakfast included, good muffins, also appels and banana available. Wireless connection ok.
Nice accommodation in Long Island city. The downstairs bathroom was immaculately clean, as was my room. Friendly and accommodating staff. When my TV wasn’t working two staff members immediately switched it out. Adequate complementary breakfast. 10 minutes by Subway to Manhattan . Only downside is that the N, W and E trains do not run right now on the weekends. Once that work is finished, this will be a nice and less expensive option to staying in Manhattan .