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🥇 These are the 6 Best Hotels in Long Island City for 2021 ▷ Map + Guide

Are you looking for a nice hotel in Long Island City for your next New York vacation? But what is the most beautiful hotel to stay in? My advice: check out our best of list! We have tested many hotels in New York over the years and have put together the best hotels in Long Island City for you.

These are the best hotels in Long Island City

In our best list you can quickly and easily compare the most beautiful hotels in Long Island City, New York, you can also see at a glance if it is a boutique hotel or design hotel – if you want to see more information and current prices, just click on the button “to the website”. Further down, you will find the most beautiful accommodations in Long Island City on a map.

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    Aloft Long Island City-Manhattan View

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    3 Stars | This Aloft hotel is right next to the Hyatt Place Long Island City. The name doesn’t lie: From here, you’ll have a wonderful and stunning panorama of all of Manhattan. For that, you either need to pick one of the rooms up on the higher floors, or you just enjoy the view from the hotel’s own rooftop bar. The Aloft is well-connected by the Subway and very affordable.

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    Holiday Inn Long Island City – Manhattan View

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    3 Stars | The accommodation impresses with the very good price-performance ratio and relatively large and very clean rooms. There are many shopping opportunities and restaurants in the immediate vicinity and Manhattan is easy to reach by subway.

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    Hyatt Place Long Island City

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    3 Stars | For a great view of Midtown Manhattan you should visit Hyatt Place, one of the most beautiful hotels here in LIC. Bright, big, nicely furnished and even the bathroom is spacious. It is a really great hotel, and you are in downtown Manhattan by subway in no time!

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    The Collective Paper Factory

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    4 Stars | The name gives it away: This beautiful boutique hotel in Queens used to be a paper mill. Today, the hotel is one of the hippest in the area. All modern rooms are equipped with a small kitchen and a flat-screen TV. You can end the evening with a delicious cocktail at the hotel’s own bar.

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    Wingate by Wyndham Long Island City

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    3 Stars | The Wingate by Wyndham Long Island City is a very popular hotel in Queens, wonderfully located (right next to MoMA PS1). The rooms are modern, bright and stylish. From the doorsteps of this hotel you can be in downtown Manhattan within a couple of minutes, it will only take you 2-3 stops with the subway. It’s right around the corner of the famous United Nations building. The view of the skyline from the rooms is really beautiful too!

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    Z NYC Hotel

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    Just steps away from the Queensboro Bridge, Z NYC Hotel sits along the East River and overlooks the Manhattan skyline. The hotel is also equipped with a rooftop bar so you can enjoy the views while sipping on a cocktail.  As for the guestrooms, each room has floor to ceiling walls and an array of amenities.


Things to do in Long Island City

Long Island City (LIC) in Queens (not to be confused with Long Island) is an up-and-coming district on the East River. It’s easily accessible with just one subway stop from Manhattan.  Long Island City in Queens is considered as the next Williamsburg (Brooklyn’s mecca for hipsters and creatives).


Hotels near Long Island City (Queens)

Astoria in the north and Greenpoint in Brooklyn (in the south) border Long Island City. I have the right hotels for you in these “best of” lists:

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