If you’re looking for a quiet hotel in Long Island City, look no further than Queens County Inn and Suites Long Island City.
While staying at Queens County Inn and Suites Long Island City, visitors can check out Fisher Landau Center for Art (0.5 km) and Sculpture Center (0.7 km), some of Long Island City's top attractions.
Queens County Inn and Suites Long Island City is a quiet hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Long Island City.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Jackson's Eatery and Bar, Blvd, and Gizi Wine & Tapas Bar, which are some wine bar that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Should time allow, Gantry Plaza State Park, MoMA PS1, and Pepsi Cola Sign are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Queens County Inn and Suites Long Island City looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
This hotel has no parking lot. The only good things about this place was the location, and it had a nice view of the city. It should have been a red flag when we saw the "Cash Only" sign at the front desk. We are from Ohio and have never paid for a hotel room in cash, but thought maybe they do things differently in New York. Also, we have always paid when we checked OUT of a hotel. This time we had to pay in full when we checked IN. The room was filthy! It had big stains on the carpet, the tub was filthy, no soap, the bathroom counter had some kind of black, slimy substance on it, toilet seat was falling off, shower curtain was ripped, no tissues in the tissue box, no ice bucket or cups, the smoke detector was missing from the ceiling, no fitted sheet on the bed, no clock, the drawers wouldn't open, no hangers in the closet, the ironing board cover was filthy and ripped, the window curtains were ripped, wallpaper hanging off the wall, one of the locks on the door was broken off. We paid in full for 3 days, and since we had to pay in advance, we figured we wouldn't get refunded, so decided to stay. We bought cleaning supplies and cleaned the room as best we could. After the first night, we came down for the complimentary breakfast they advertised and was told they don't provide breakfast. We had to use the same towel and washcloth and same bedding the whole time, because nobody ever came and cleaned the room. We left after the 2nd night and went to stay somewhere else!…
Stayted here for two nights there is absolutely no parking unless you want to $40.00 a night the room was absolutely filthy one wash cloth two towels the walls had markings all over them and the carpet was not fit to walk on even with shoes and ice bucket with no cups
I really am not one to leave bad reviews, but this was arguably the worst hotel I have stayed at. My in-laws used to stay here regularly when they would visit us in the city and it was always very low-priced but clean with everything in working order, so my husband and I decided to book it for a trip down to our old neighborhood. Unfortunately, a lot has changed and this hotel has become pretty disgusting. Currently, they have signs up that say they are not doing daily room service because of COVID, which is fine, but it also appears as though they aren't cleaning rooms between guests. The carpet was filthy, one of the lampshades appeared to have bloodstains, there was no fitted sheet on the bed, just a regular top sheet that kept slipping to reveal a stained mattress, and there was no duvet cover on the comforter, they had just wrapped it in 2 top sheets. The bathroom was equally gross - lots of hairs from previous guests, stained towels, mold in the shower, dust all over, and the toilet barely flushed. Honestly, the ONLY thing this hotel has going for it is the location. We love staying in LIC because of how close it is to Manhattan and because it's such a short walk or subway trip to some of our favorite food spots in Astoria.…
Tripadvisor seems to not offer an overall rating between average and very good. I would classify our stay as 'good'. The reception staff were excellent, the Wifi decent enough and the bed was tolderable. Good jobs guys. The room was as clean as it could be and perhaps 10 years ago looked as fresh as it did in the photo lol. Not the case these days.
At first glance this places looks so nice, until you get into your room. All the hard surfaces were coated in left over drinks and food. There was a lot of garbage left on the floors. The bathroom wall was cracked, the blow dryer had a coat of dust on it, the toilet was coated with urine and pubic hairs. This hotel has a lot of potential but was a big let down.