With an unmatched skyline, Newark has endless art and entertainment options, enough to keep all visitors entertained. The city also continues to evolve every day by providing decent public transit, urban neighborhoods, diverse dine-ins, and an iconic nightlife. From high-class luxurious hotels to homely Bed & Breakfasts to charming boutique hotels, the hotel scene is not any less exceptional. Here are some of the most popular hotels you must consider on your visit Newark, New Jersey.
Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott
Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott is not only known for its great hospitality but also for its convenient location near the airport. Whether you’re travelling on business or for leisure, the hotel welcomes all those who are in the city for a few hours. The hotel is only a 7-minute walk from the airport, but offers a shuttle service every 15 minutes. The hotel features renovated guest rooms with various benefits: concierge level offers concierge lounge access, complimentary breakfast, and free non-alcoholic beverages. If you prefer, you can ask for a room with an airport view.
Hotel Indigo Newark Downtown
Built in 1912, Hotel Indigo Newark Downtown was once the National State Bank. With exposed brick walls, beautiful chandeliers, and old-world design, the hotel’s traditional furnishing is highly commended by guests. The Skylab rooftop lounge offers spectacular views of the New York City skyline. Alva Tavern, the hotel’s restaurant, serves food that is locally sourced from nearby vendors. Staying at Hotel Indigo means you don’t have to leave your furry friend at home – the property is pet-friendly.
Best Western Plus Robert Treat Hotel
Located near Newark Penn Station, Best Western Plus Robert Treat Hotel offers free shuttle service every half hour to and from the train station that takes you to New York City. The hotel also offers shuttle service to and from Newark Airport. Parking can be difficult to find, for those with a car. Complimentary breakfast is served at the hotel’s restaurant but if you’re in mood to try something different, the city’s famous Ironbound district, featuring diverse culinary choices, is only a few miles away.
Wyndham Garden Hotel Newark Airport
With 349 spacious guest rooms, visitors staying at Wyndham Garden Hotel Newark Airport can consider an upgrade to a full-service room that includes a separate living area with dining table, plush bathrobe, and sofa bed. After a tiring flight or hectic day of sightseeing, guests can enjoy a swim at the hotel’s seasonal pool. If you’re in a hurry, the 24-hour Grab and Go allows you to grab a snack any time of the day or night.
Hilton Newark Penn Station
Hilton Newark Penn Station offers various types of guest rooms: Deluxe guest rooms, Presidential and Junior Suites, Executive rooms, and Accessible rooms. With plenty of children’s activities and family packages, the hotel welcomes families looking for a simple vacation in the city. You can even spend your evenings reading a book at Starbucks, located inside the premises. Even if you’re not staying at Newark Penn Station, be sure to sit down for a meal at Market Street Bar and Grill in the lobby level.
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