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Queens Hotels

You don’t need to board a jet plane to go globe-hopping—just board the subway to Queens. This New York borough, which sprawls over 109 square miles, is one of the most ethnically diverse urban areas in the world. Queens also has comparatively affordable rents and real estate, and this carries over to its wide range of motels and hotels, from Downtown Flushing to Astoria, which are generally far more reasonably priced than in Manhattan. The other big draw of Queens is proximity to New York City’s main airports – LaGuardia and JFK. You can easily access both airports from throughout the borough, via public transport and taxi; also, some Queens hotels offer free shuttles. Also, Queens is well connected to Manhattan—and the other NYC boroughs—via frequent subways and buses.

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Many visitors only see Queens from the air, as they fly into and out of New York City’s two main airports. But this extraordinarily diverse borough has more than 2.2 million people—and, surprisingly, more park area than the other boroughs combined. Queens’ diversity is reflected in its hotels, which range from cheap motels to highrise hotels to comfortable B&Bs. As with Manhattan, each Queens neighborhood has its own style: Astoria—on the East River, across from Manhattan—is one of the trendier neighborhoods, and is dotted with funky hotels, bars, and restaurants. Further east is Jackson Heights, the center of Queens’ Indian community. Flushing is home to Queens’s Chinatown, which is now bigger than the one in Manhattan, and has a variety of cheap hotels. Jamaica, the seat of Queens County, is a transportation hub, with a major Long Island Rail Road station and Air Train connections to JFK airport. Plus, Queens has a wide variety of sights in its own right, including the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria and Flushing Meadows Corona Park, one of the city’s largest swaths of green, which is home to the Unisphere—the borough’s most recognizable monument—and the hands-on, kid-friendly Hall of Science Museum. And, perhaps best of all, Queens offers a huge variety of international cuisine—at nice prices—so you can dine out without breaking the bank.

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