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We stayed at Ramada New Jersey 1st Oct to 7th Oct while visiting NY.
Taxi from JFK is about 100$. If You're familiar with the NY transport You can reach the hotel for ~5$ per person (m60 bus, metro, PATH).
Location is very good if...More
the people at the front desk were very friendly and helpful. room was big and the 'kitchenette' with microwave, coffee pot, refrigerator was very convenient. the only downfall was the parking lot was a couple blocks away and pulling in and out of the side...More
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US$ 110 - US$ 564 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#1 Best Value Hotel in Jersey City
#6 Family Hotel in Jersey City
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I agree with the previous writer, we walked back from the station which is only a short walk but never did this after 11. Even at 11 there were lots of homeless people hanging around, sometimes arguing and that could be... More
I agree with the previous writer, we walked back from the station which is only a short walk but never did this after 11. Even at 11 there were lots of homeless people hanging around, sometimes arguing and that could be unsettling. The hotel itself is just past a residential area but it really is the walk to there that could be a concern for some. Personally I would do it alone but then I am a bit of a wuss when it comes to that sort of thing.
The hotel itself is ok, safe and staff are good.