In the Neighborhood
When this bridge—which connects Queens to Manhattan and runs above the East River—opened in March 1909, it was heralded with major parties and events, dubbed the "Queensboro Bridge Celebration." Although horse-drawn carriages were the first vehicles to cross the bridge on a regular basis, today the toll-free 59th Street Bridge (as it is also known) is flooded with cars and trucks, has two levels and 10 lanes, passes over Roosevelt Island and is nearly 3,800 feet long.
Wyndham Garden Long Island City/Manhattan View
The Wyndham Garden Long Island City/Manhattan View, located in one of the City’s newly emerged trendy neighborhoods across the East River in Queens, is a quick three-block walk from the E and M subway lines, just one stop from Manhattan.
Home2 Suites by Hilton Long Island City/Manhattan View
Ideal for extended stays, Home2 Suites by Hilton Long Island City/Manhattan View hotel in Queens—featuring accommodations that are all suites—is within walking distance of an eclectic variety of restaurants and bars.
Hilton Garden Inn New York Long Island City/Manhattan View
The stylish, LEED-certified Hilton Garden Inn New York Long Island City/Manhattan View offers guests an ideal base for their New York City experience.
Fairfield Inn New York Long Island City/Manhattan View
Enjoy affordable luxury just a short ride from Manhattan.
Courtyard Long Island City/New York Manhattan View
A newly built hotel located in the thriving Long Island City section of Queens.
Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Queens/Queensboro Bridge
With lovely accommodations and attentive service, the Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Queens/Queensboro Bridge hotel in Long Island City makes sure travel is easy and productive.
Nesva Hotel – New York City Vista
This new modern boutique hotel offering striking views of the legendary Manhattan skyline, is located in the Long Island City (LIC) section of New York City, one subway stop from Midtown Manhattan and close to area attractions and major city airports.