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Stayed just one night at the Holiday Inn Fort Lee. The front desk staff was friendly and check in went smoothly. There was an odd smell in the room at first but it seemed to go away after a while. Room was average in cleanliness...More
It has been several years since I have stayed here, but I again found the location ideal for getting into NYC. This was just a quick overnight stay before a cruise and I found the accommodations very clean and comfortable. I even decided to try...More
The front desk, housekeepers, security etc. We're amazing, they all went out of their way ( numerous times) for everyone. They were friendly and attentive. My only issue is with the bartender/server ( she's older and her name starts with an "M"). My Son and...More
Well I stayed at this hotel early June. There was a power outage for about an hour (mind you no storm what so ever). However, what was really upsetting is the manager's response, "I am tired too." With no apologies. Guests got stuck in the...More
Response from IHGService, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn GW Bridge-Fort Lee NYC AreaResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking time to share your experience with us. I am sorry to hear that you did not fully enjoy your time in our hotel. We take comments such as these very seriously and would like to follow up with you....More
The manager of the hotel was very rude, & giving atittude,maintenance was terrible. I didnt have any towels my bathroom didnt smell good. I asked for bed sheets because my nephew threw up they took about an hour to bring me sheets to the room....More
Response from IHGService, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn GW Bridge-Fort Lee NYC AreaResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you so much for staying with us and taking the time to leave us your feedback. I can assure you that your comfort and satisfaction are of utmost importance to us and for that I am sorry to hear about the overall...More
US$133 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from metrochik | Reviewed this property |
Yikes! That is quite a hike AND across state lines! There really is no easy way other than car and it could cost you some $$$ because it is easily a 1 hour trip! More if there is traffic! You are going from Queens, NY to... More
Yikes! That is quite a hike AND across state lines! There really is no easy way other than car and it could cost you some $$$ because it is easily a 1 hour trip! More if there is traffic! You are going from Queens, NY to Fort Lee, NJ. I suggest you hire a car service and call around to get the best price. I have no idea what that would be and would be guessing anywhere from $50-$100. A metered cab could be a lot more because the meter ticks as you sit in traffic. The car service charges a flat rate regardless of traffic. Uber is another option but I have no idea what that would cost. (I just paid $17 to go 15 minutes in the Charlotte, NC area) AND you will have to tip the driver regardless of who picks you up. If you have the option of flying into Newark do it. It's 25 minutes to the hotel....
Response from ALFriedman | Reviewed this property |
There are numerous buses to NYC from several different agencies/companies. During the morning and afternoon rush hours, a bus comes by about every 10-15 minutes. In the middle of the day and at night, about every 25-30... More
There are numerous buses to NYC from several different agencies/companies. During the morning and afternoon rush hours, a bus comes by about every 10-15 minutes. In the middle of the day and at night, about every 25-30 minutes.
Response from DerekA0819 | Reviewed this property |
The simple answer is no. There is a hotel shuttle, but it will cost you quite a bit (around $40.00 I believe). I do think that it might be a bit cheaper than a taxi, but it is whatever it easier for you.
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