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You would probably be better off staying away from this area and commuting a farther distance to wherever you're going. It's OK for an overnight and then getting out as quick as possible. If you're not used to the rough and tumble of the city,...More
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We stayed here for one night as we were flying out next morning and wanted somewhere close to airport.
The place was dirty, not in a good area. You wouldnt want to arrive there in the dark. It was not a safe place to walk...More
US$ 117 - US$ 288 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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OR you can take the Long Island Railroad, AGAIN, on Springfield Blvd to Manhattan. You will have to call LIRR for the rest of that Info. Ask Sonny, Mikey, or David at the front desk. They can help you with the phone numbers.