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Only because of "Sandy" storm I would come to this hotel, the only available hotel in the whole NY. The location is poor and the area a bit "wild" in the nights (althoug walking distance to access subway to JFK/AirTrain, 15 min trip - or...More
Comfortable spacious rooms with all the facilities. Could add ironing facilities.
Subway station to Manhattan is within walking distance. If not looking for brands, one could get good stuff at Jamaica center which is within walking distance from the Hotel.
i stayed here for two nights right after hurricane sandy hit nyc. the staff was very friendly and helpful. when i asked to stay an extra night beyond my reservation they booked me a another room in the hotel at the same rate. wi-fi signal...More
US$115 - US$882 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from RochesterHotelGM | Property representative |
You can use the E-train to 34th st station and that is the Penn station. You can use the shuttle from 4:30am to 11:30pm once every hour only to/from the JFK airport. You do have to sign up for it at the front... More
You can use the E-train to 34th st station and that is the Penn station. You can use the shuttle from 4:30am to 11:30pm once every hour only to/from the JFK airport. You do have to sign up for it at the front desk.
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"My room was on the
Jamaica Avenue side (front of the hotel) and there was lots of noise from the street."