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Umbrella Hotel Queens Airports

Umbrella Hotel Queens Airports

2.5 out of 5.0 124-18 Queens Blvd, Kew Gardens, NY
(14 Reviews)
A fitness center is featured at this hotel, along with free WiFi in public areas and luggage storage. Multilingual staff can provide around-the-clock assistance and concierge services are on offer.
Full Private Guest Suite- Non-lived In- 3 Guests- Airport Pick Up

Full Private Guest Suite- Non-lived In- 3 Guests- Airport Pick Up

Kew Gardens, NY
Limo/town car service is available at this condo.
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Private Room With new Modern Furniture, all Included

Private Room With new Modern Furniture, all Included

Kew Gardens, NY
Located in Queens, this vacation home is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Flushing Meadows-Corona Park and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from St. John's University. Resorts World Casino and Arthur Ashe Stadium are also within 6 mi (10 km). Kew Gardens Station is only a 3-minute walk and Kew Gardens Union Turnpike Station is 8 minutes.

How much is a hotel room in Kew Gardens?

Hotels in Kew Gardens start at $70 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Kew Gardens Hotel & Travel Guide

Kew Gardens, a neighborhood in Queens, New York, is well-known for its English-inspired architecture, leafy surroundings, and peaceful, family-friendly atmosphere. Hotels near Kew Gardens are ideal for families visiting with children who love neighborhood parks. With car rentals in Kew Gardens, you don't need to forfeit seeing the world-famous attractions of New York's other boroughs. Instead, you can take a day trip to Manhattan or beyond and then return at night to one of many excellent Kew Gardens hotels.

Out and About in Kew Gardens

Find Borough Hall in Kew Gardens' downtown area, and you'll see an old subway car next door. Inside is Kew Gardens' tourist information center, where staff can tell you all about the neighborhood and help you plan your visit. If you're a history buff, they will likely recommend one of Kew Gardens' most-notable historic attractions, the Ralph Johnson Bunche House. The Neo-Tudor mansion house was built in 1927 and named after a founder of the United Nations; it's now a National Historic Landmark. Surrounding the neighborhood is Forest Park, designed by the renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. The centerpiece of this 544-acre park is a beautifully restored turn-of-the-century carousel, which is still in operation. Hiking and horseback riding trails are also prominent within this picturesque green space. Save on cheap hotels in Kew Gardens and enjoy a day of shopping along Lefferts Boulevard, the main retail corridor in the neighborhood. Then rest your legs while taking in one of the foreign or independent movies at the Art Deco cinema on the same street.

Eating and Drinking

Find the widest selection of restaurants in the downtown area of Kew Gardens, generally considered to be along Lefferts Boulevard between Metropolitan Avenue and Austin Street. Choose from steak, pizza, comfort food, and a range of Asian cuisines. Kew Gardens also offers several Kosher, Peruvian, Mexican, and Mediterranean restaurants. Looking for hotels in New York City? Download the Travelocity app and discover mobile-exclusive deals, including deals on the best hotels in Kew Gardens and other top New York locations.

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