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All reviewssandy hookmunicipal lotboutique hotelsouth street seaportthe jersey shorewalking distance to the ferryboutique stylenice balconytwo blocksbike trailnice clean hotelbed and pillowsnew yorkroom was largeice machinehome away from homeone night stay
I guess I am posting this review because of expectations not completely met. For the price and the hype I had some things that really bothered me.
Overall this hotel is cute, clean, charming and in an amazing location. I was in room 214 and...More
My husband, son and I stayed at the Blue Bay Inn over Presidents Day weekend. We stayed in a King Suite. It was well worth the extra $$ to have the privacy so our 1 year old could sleep in a separate room to us!...More
We have been here twice now, and having lived in NYC previously, I would not stay anywhere else. We enjoy the ferry to Manhattan, stops conveniently downtown or mid town#
The hotel is spotless, large comfortable rooms with very comfy beds. Tea and coffees 24/7...More
I stayed at the Blue Bay Inn last weekend for one night. The location is incredibly convenient, nearly across the street from the Seastreak Atlantic Highlands ferry terminal. It's also located on a nice road with a lot of shops and restaurants. The service was...More
We stayed here over Thanksgiving, and while it was nice, I wouldn't go so far as to say it was lovely, or even divine. For one thing, I booked the hotel at $170 a night and then never received a receipt. I called to confirm...More
Response from ToniBolloni | Reviewed this property |
they are only a partial view now as there has been building work since our first stay, blocking the view..but it's literally 5 mins to the ocean and there is a lovely cafe called Sissy's to sit and watch the boats go by
It would be about a 3.5 mile walk or bike ride. You could take the bike path from the Atlantic Highlands Marina to downtown Highlands, trek to the end of Bay avenue, up the hill to the bridge. Cycling across the new bridge... More
It would be about a 3.5 mile walk or bike ride. You could take the bike path from the Atlantic Highlands Marina to downtown Highlands, trek to the end of Bay avenue, up the hill to the bridge. Cycling across the new bridge is safe and easy - and you can bike the length of the beach! So it's a great trip to make by bike with lots of lunch options along the way, but not if you intend to bring beach gear. Stay to the middle of the walking paths - the natural flora of the Hook includes a lot of poison ivy. There used to be a flock of goats brought out each year to eat it up and keep it in check.