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Long Island City - Queens, NY, United States
Dec 2 — Dec 32
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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Long Island City:$183/night
Cheapest price found:$49/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$105 - $289
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$155 - $256
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Top Rated Long Island City, Queens hotels

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Z NYC Hotel
11-01 43rd Avenue, Queens, NY, United States
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6.2 mi from city centre, Queens, NY, United States 

Set in New York City and presenting views of Manhattan, Z New York Hotel provides 4-star accommodation, as well as a rooftop terrace. It also offers a safe, wine tasting and a free shuttle service.

Cheapest hotels in Long Island City, Queens

The Local Ny
8.1 Excellent
13-02 44th Avenue, Queens, NY, United States
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6.1 mi from city centre, Queens, NY, United States 

Situated in New York City, The Local Hostel NYC is within walking distance of the MoMA PS1 and offers a rooftop terrace. It provides skyline views and free Wi-Fi.

$49
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Red Lion Inn & Suites Long Island City
6.7 Good
42-24 Crescent Street, Queens, NY, United States
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5.8 mi from city centre, Queens, NY, United States 

Red Lion Inn & Suites Long Island City is set in New York City and is a short walk from 21st Street Queensbridge Ind 63rd Street Line. It also provides an express check-in and check-out feature, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception.

$84
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Feather Factory Hotel
8.0 Excellent
26-32 Skillman Avenue, Queens, NY, United States
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5.6 mi from city centre, Queens, NY, United States 

Located in Queens, Feather Factory Hotel offers 2-star accommodation and luggage storage, free Wi-Fi and room service. It is also a short car trip from Central Park and United Nations Headquarters.

$93
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Lic Hotel
8.5 Excellent
44-04 21st Street, Queens, NY, United States
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6.1 mi from city centre, Queens, NY, United States 

Located in Queens, this hotel provides good value accommodation. It also offers free Wi-Fi, an express check-in and check-out feature and a swimming pool.

$100
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Wyndham Garden Long Island City
7.4 Good
44-29 9th Street, Queens, NY, United States
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6.3 mi from city centre, Queens, NY, United States 

Established in 2012 and situated in New York City, Wyndham Garden Long Island City offers free Wi-Fi, as well as views of Manhattan. The various facilities this modern hotel features include an executive floor, an express check-in and check-out feature and a free shuttle service.

$109
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Hyatt Place Long Island/New York City
8.5 Excellent
27-03 43rd Ave. Long Island City, New York, United States, New York, NY, United States
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2.5 mi from city centre, New York, NY, United States 

Hyatt Place Long Island City provides 3-star accommodation in Queens. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet throughout the property.

$119
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Ravel Hotel, Trademark Collection by Wyndham
7.8 Good
8-08 Queens Plaza South, Queens, NY, United States
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6.3 mi from city centre, Queens, NY, United States 

Ravel Hotel Trademark Collection by Wyndham provides 4-star accommodation in Queens. It has a fitness centre, as well as a free shuttle service, a rooftop terrace and free Wi-Fi.

$120
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Aloft Long Island City-Manhattan View
8.1 Excellent
27-45 Jackson Avenue, Queens, NY, United States
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5.7 mi from city centre, Queens, NY, United States 

Aloft Long Island City-Manhattan View offers 3-star accommodation in Queens. The hotel is also ideally situated moments on foot from Queensboro Plaza Subway Station.

$157
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About Long Island City

A former industrial centre, Long Island City has been transformed into one of New York’s most exciting art destinations, with a high concentration of galleries, institutions and studio spaces. It’s the westernmost neighbourhood in the Queens borough, with waterfront parks sprawling along the edge of the East River and connecting to Manhattan along the Queensboro Bridge.

Industrial buildings which sprung up at the turn of the 20th century have recently been converted into cutting-edge art galleries and artist studios, which in turn have seen the development of high-end hotels, trendy restaurants and distinctive performance venues. Wealthy residents have now moved into its upscale homes and apartments, many of which offer outstanding views across towards the Manhattan skyline. Among Long Island City’s most impressive art galleries is the MoMa PS1, an innovative contemporary establishment supported by the world-class Museum of Modern Art. Set within a former public school building in over 100 different rooms, here visitors will find unique installations, performance art, and Sol LeWitt's famed Crayola Square in its basement. Also of note is the Noguchi Museum, dedicated to the work of the Japanese-American artist who once had his studio here, and combines sparse interior spaces with a tranquil pebble garden to exhibit his sculptures. The Sculpture Centre is one of the area’s most impressive exhibition spaces, housed in a former trolley repair shop, while Socrates Sculpture Park on the banks of the East River presents a revolving selection of sculpture and art installations. The Fisher Landau Centre for Art also houses a private collection of Emily Fisher Landau within a former parachute-harness factory, while Steinway and Sons Pianos have their headquarters in Long Island City and offer free guided tours to witness their pianos being expertly crafted.

Long Island City is connected to Manhattan by train from Grand Central Terminal, as well as by a regular East River Ferry service. The Long Island Rail Road also has a terminal in Long Island City, connecting to destinations across the island.

The city of Long Island was first created in 1870 when the village of Astoria was merged with the surrounding hamlets. It surrendered its independence in 1898 when it became part of New York City, eventually prospering as an industrial centre.

Facts about staying in Long Island City, Queens

  • What are the best hotels in Long Island City?

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    With a rating of 8.0/10 from 602 reviews, Hyatt Place Flushing/Laguardia Airport is a hotel close to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park that is well recommended by HotelsCombined users.

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    Hyatt Place Flushing/Laguardia Airport is a hotel near USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.0 from 602 reviews.

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    A good hotel near Arthur Ashe Stadium is Hyatt Place Flushing/Laguardia Airport, which has been rated 8.0/10 by 602 HotelsCombined user reviews.