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Howard Johnson North Bergen Inn2.5 Stars
1300 Tonnelle Avenue North Bergen NJ 07047
Howard Johnson Inn is located on Tonnelle Avenue of New York City and is close to many other area attractions such as New Jersey Turnpike, Washington Arch and the Continental Airlines Arena.
Howard Johnson Inn puts an emphasis on comfort and offers 101 well-appointed rooms that come with an array of standard amenities such as coffee maker, in room safe and data port.
The on-site breakfast room of this property in New York serves delicious continental breakfast in a warm and a relaxing atmosphere.
Howard Johnson North Bergen Inn is well-connected to the most visited tourist spots of the city such as the Gansevoort Market and the Broadway Theatre. At leisure, guests can pay a visit to the Museum Of Modern Art, which displays wide collection of modernist arts.
- 10 km to the City Centre (New York City)
- Dining Room
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Parking Facilities
- Room Service
- Disabled Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Photocopying Facilities
- Faxing Facilities
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Microwave Oven
- Modem / Data Port Connection
Howard Johnson North Bergen Inn Guest Reviews (24)
The hotel is very good. They have a good breakfast and it is near the Times Square. We had a good time.
adria wrote on January 8, 2013
The room was horrible, there was a one inch space between the door and frame making it feel totally unsafe. Overall just a dirty, disgusting hotel. Directions they gave to train station totally inaccurate. Bathroom drain was clogged. Bedspread was filthy.
NYC traveler wrote on October 6, 2012
Room very basic from all points, close to road and some sort of junk yard next door which smelt bad. It rained and roof leaked, looks like it has been leaking for a while as roof is moldy, when complaint made guy came and put rubbish bin under leak and said that will do and did not come back very poor. Will we stay again NO we will not. I cannot recommend this motel, but for the value, if you only need to sleep then this is good value. Staff were as help full as they could be.
Blackadder wrote on October 1, 2012
This place has a friendly, all-Pakistani staff, helpful, even borderline cordial. If you're looking for a four star resort, this is not it. But it is a quite adequate two star shelter, moderately priced, and less than a half hour from Newark Airport. On the minus side, there are the usual piles of trash and garbage typical of maintenance workers trained at the Islamabad Innkeeping Institute, and a most peculiar practice of lowering the interior corridors to the temperature of outdoors by not heating them and leaving the exterior doors propped fully open. Also unusual is the fact that the whole motel is set into a cliff or hillside with most of the units a hundred feet above the office and highway level. You drive to the top by a windy, steep (perhaps 50 degree) roadway reminiscent of Tibet. Breakfast is included, and was entirely palatable. There were four kinds of dried cereal (including one diabetic friendly non-sugar variety), toast, bagels, and pre-packaged pastries. Free flowing orange and apple juices accompanied the usual coffee and tea options. USA Today was free, and worth every penny. The room was clean and warm, though outside was not. The biggest difficulty with this motel was navigating New Jersey roads to get there. Definitely, use your GPS. Unfortunately, I had left mine at home. NJ roads are poorly marked to start with, and adding inevitable detours further confounded nighttime path finding. Then, having once driven past the place, turning around to get back proved a twenty minute exercise in frustration. One nice feature is La Fusta's Steakhouse just a couple hundred feet south. It had a very tasty genuine Italian menu and excellent service. Yes, it was a bit pricy by Midwestern standards, but not impossibly so. The place wreaked with oregano fumes, just as a proper tratoria should. The portions were oversized, and the veal parmigiana was heavenly. The delicious ensalata mista could have been a meal by itself. Livening the place up was a solo saxophonist, playing three different axes with attached radio mikes, accompanied by orchestra tracks over the PA, all in a lightly noodling Kenny-G wannabe style. This would have been a good place for Michael Corleone to do his business with Solazzo, I think. Within walking distance north was Wendy's. Judging from the parking lot, the motel was running at less than half capacity on the MLK Day weekend I was there. Internet connection was somewhat sporadic, but I tolerated much worse at more expensive locations. And, thankfully, there was no upcharge for either parking or internet. All things considered, I'd stay here again.
JonCha wrote on January 20, 2012
Scratches and pry marks on door. Tiny window faces busy truck route 9 feet away. T.V. reception awful and not many channels. Bathtub so small, there is no flat spot on bottom.
Bill813 wrote on January 13, 2012
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