See why so many travellers make Boro Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Long Island City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Fisher Landau Center for Art (0.2 mi) and Sculpture Center (0.6 mi), guests of Boro Hotel can easily experience some of Long Island City's most well known attractions.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Boro Hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a rooftop terrace. In addition, as a valued Boro Hotel guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid private parking available on-site.
While visiting Long Island City, you may want to try some poutine at one of the nearby restaurants, such as M Wells Steakhouse.
If you’re looking for something to do, MoMA PS1 (0.9 mi), Pepsi Cola Sign (0.9 mi), and Socrates Sculpture Park (0.9 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Boro Hotel.
At Boro Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Long Island City.
The hotel itself was quite nice. I liked the views of Manhattan from the balcony and the helpful staff. Easy street parking was also a nice bonus. While the hotel is in a safe neighborhood with good access to public transportation, the neighborhood is not of great interest. The one thing I would have appreciated was a firmer mattress and more traditional bedding as I found the duvet a bit too warm. I also wish that they didn't allow smoking on the balconies.
I’d booked a room for my boyfriend and me when my friend told me that it was in the perfect location in NYC, despite The Boro being in LIC, right outside Manhattan. She wasn’t wrong. I hadn't realized that my many stays at hotels in Manhattan were so unpleasant, almost discombobulating, until I finally ventured here to a bigger room, a better view, a quieter, cheaper place to sleep. It’s so easy to get into Manhattan from here, it’s ONE train stop to Central Park, and we all know the only way to get around here nowadays is through a train ride followed by a cab or a walk. By far the best part of my stay was the service. I discovered The Boro is owned and run on-site by a family of 4 women. Every day I saw one of the owners working at the front desk, super attentive and considerate. They checked each on us time they saw a guest to make sure their stay was going well. Really pleasant women. I was glad to support them. Fantastic restaurant Great cocktails Clean clean clean! Very comfortable beds Free coffee My only complaint was that the hours for their rooftop’s bar was unclear on their website/ instagram. I mentioned this to the desk and they clarified and actually made a note of this as feedback for the manager. I was reluctant to write this as it’s so rare to find a hotel this spectacular at such a low price, but I felt I’d be remiss if I didn’t give The Boro the credit they deserve.…
Industrial and modern aesthetic that still maintains its warmth. Our stay was extremely comfortable. Service and staff top notch in every way. We had an amazing room on the 11th floor with an exception view of the city. Location was fantastic, convenient enough to get into the city, quiet enough when we wanted to get away. Highlight besides the view was our mattress. We slept so well after a long grueling 9 hour flight. Highly recommend. Für die Deutschen: Was für ein schönes und gemütliches Hotel. Unser Aufenthalt war in jeder Hinsicht top, vom Service bis zur außergewöhnlichen Qualität des Zimmers. Absolut großartige Aussicht auf die Stadt. Absolut wiederholungswert.
First time staying at Boro! Came for several events that were in NYC. Staff was very friendly, and the rooms were very clean. Liz was very helpful with everything we needed. Highly recommend anyone to stay here!
Room is clean and comfortable, all wood/tile floors (which i love, hate dingy carpets yuck!) . Staff is very kind and friendly. The restaurant is very good, just opens a little too late for breakfast for our liking, we had to leave for the morning by 9 am and couldn't eat breakfast. But we love that the restaurant makes great pizza as we know there will always be something our picky daughter will eat. There is a small gym too with a treadmill, elliptical, weights, heavy bag and a bench. We stayed once in 2021 and again in 2022 and was so glad to see services/amenities back to normal post COVID. Bed is quite comfortable. Views are amazing!! The best part is the location! We love that it's a pretty quiet area, but SO close to Manhattan, Williamsburg and Bushwick which are basically the places we're always going to when we're in NY. Check out the barbeque restaurant a couple blocks away if you're looking for some good eats, their BBQ is very well made. Will definitely keep coming back to this hotel! Please don't hike up the price so we can keep making Boro Hotel our home in NY! ;)…
We traveled from Chicago to spend a few days in NYC for our anniversary- we didn’t want to stay in Manhattan and this hotel was a perfect location for us! The surrounding area doesn’t look great but it was fine- being from another big city it wasn’t a big deal to us at all- we felt safe walking to and from places and trains at night- but again we’re from a big city and just used to being in that kind of environment. Close to the train for easy and cheap access to literally everywhere. We took the train to Brooklyn, Manhattan, Yankee stadium all from the hotel. We also walked to Steinway st from the hotel- close to restaurants/shops and bars. We were given a room on a lower floor and we asked to be higher up or if we can upgrade and they had no issue accompanying us. The rooms are very minimal and very lofty- concrete walls big windows, really beautiful if that’s what you’re looking for- they gave us a list of everything that was available to be delivered to the room if we needed it. We ordered a small fridge and an iron/ironing board. Delivered with no issues. The view from the room was beautiful. One night was a bad thunderstorm and watching it from the big glass window was so pretty. Everyone there was helpful and friendly. I felt like this was a great hotel for couples or trips with no kids- I wouldn’t say it’s not kid friendly but I know my kids would probably get bored there as it seems more designed for adults. My only complaint was the bed, it was very loud the minute you sat on it- so when sleeping and anyone moved it was really loud and I would wake up. Comfort level wasn’t bad just really loud. I would definitely stay here again. Thanks for a great time!…
Hello, just wanted to leave a quick review about my experience at Boro. I dealt with Jane and she is the MOST helpful person at a hotel I have always dealt with. I was in a little bit of a pickle on my trip and she was very, VERY empathetic to my situation, professional, caring and really cared and helped me greatly. This sole reason would be a reason for me to come back to this hotel. It is also trendy and a great location. Highly recommended if you're going to visit NYC. Thank you, Jane!!!
I went to NY just last week on a trip with my friends and we got kicked out of our last hotel because we were under 21. We were panicking and didn't have a place to sleep for the night, so I called this hotel as a last minute attempt to find a room and the desk people (Liz and David) were SO kind and understanding to me and my friends. They thankfully had a room for us, and let us in immediately. We felt very cared for and the hotel itself was so pretty and comfortable. It saved our trip and made it so so much better. I could not be more grateful for everything they did for us and I will always remember their kindness. If I ever want to stay in Long Island City / Queens again, I would 100% book this hotel!
So very disappointed The rooms are not as they appear online. The walls are exposed concrete block with gray picket type fencing as decoration. The mattresses are almost futon like, not comfortable. There is no closet, dresser or any type of furniture to at least place your luggage and no fridge. The night stand is a wobbly small round metal table. Not one outlet for phone or computer charging. The toilet would run continuously unless we jiggled the handle. Internet did not work most of the three days we were there. Apparently that’s always a problem, but you’re still charged. There was confusion with our room reservation as the hotel had us checking out a day earlier. They were unyielding and charged us $500 for the last night, instead of our $320 per night rate. The only good thing I can mention is that it was clean. We would not recommend nor would We ever consider staying here again Dale Mantell and Jill Krystofinski…
This is a nice little hotel in a quiet part of Queens, but close to good food, several subway stations (2 or 3 stops and you’re in Manhattan), and places where you can leave your car while you’re in the city. It’s also a reasonable walk from the developing Queens waterfront area along the East River. The WiFi being unreliable was honestly the only downside to the experience. The restaurant inside the hotel has a lot of options and fair prices, so if you’re worn out from your day you don’t even have to leave.