Flushing Hotel - New York40.7620850747685, -73.8317701220512
Flushing Hotel is a 2-star accommodation within 9 km of I Am Park.
The hotel boasts a convenient location in New York close to Main St - Flushing underground station. The venue is set within 10 km from New York city center.
This hotel is placed within proximity to parks and meadows.
It lies 100 meters away from Flushing – Main Street train station. Fast access to La Guardia airport within 5 km is provided.
Flushing Hotel features 46 guestrooms with satellite television, climate control, a laptop safe, a writing table and an iron with ironing board. Bathrooms are appointed with a shower, a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Guests can share a meal in Imperial Palace and Tung Yi Fung, located about 100 meters away.
The conveniences such as currency exchange, a luggage storage and a lift are offered on site.
Spa facilities at Flushing Hotel include a Jacuzzi and a sauna.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Paid Private parking is possible on site.
Number of rooms: 46.
- Room service
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Business centre
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Electric kettle
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
12 years or adultsExtra bedUSD 15
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed1 Queen-size bed, 2 Queen-size beds
In the Room
- City landmarks
I booked this hotel as I had some work in Flushing.
Hotel is just ordinary with limited staff and services. Continental breakfast was included but they gave only toast and jam. No other vegetarian option available.
The flushig hotel is not only worse than the descriptions on Booked.net but also has employees with terrible attitudes. For one thing, the room is small and dirty. Definitely not worth the $124(not including tax) The worst is our experience with the "parking lot," a tiny space with a little alley and a 90 degree turn leading up to it. Our car barely made it through the alley and to no surprise got scraped by the metal bar that stuck out of their parking lot. It cost us a total of $300 to have it fixed and had no choice but to park in an nearby parking space that was $4 a night. Not only did the hotel not compensate for the damage but they wouldnt even pay for the $4 parking that we had no choice but to pay because we couldn't get inside of their "free" parking lot. Honestly the worst experience we've had. Would not recommend this hotel.
I didn't like anything about the hotel.
The hotel was difficult to find. There was only 9 parking spots provided for the entire hotel and they were in a 3x3 car section, meaning unless you were the third car in, you were blocked in! The parking lot was down a dark narrow alley and wasn't clearly marked. The front desk took your keys so they could move your car as needed. The room itself was dingy and dark. The lamps had covers on them, still from ikea. The bathroom was small and dingy and the lights across the top of the mirror were half out and the rest were different bulbs from the rest, major eyesore. The taxes were not included in the price and once the taxes were added the room was not worth the price. I was extremely disappointed and considered not staying. None of the television channels worked without static. None of the front desk people spoke English well. The continental breakfast consisted of 2 pieces of bread in a sandwhich bag, with no access to a toaster oven. There was no juice, just coffee and the milk was left out on the counter the entire two hours of breakfast. Overall, feeling like I had to keep my flip flops on, I would not recommend this hotel at all!!!!
Location was convenient, close to shops and train. Also, the price was very reasonable.
The room was clean and the beds were confortable. By night you can see the far away skylane of manhattan (from the 7th floor) and it was good. The hotel provided a parking that was great compared to the street. The flushing subway and fast foods were really close.
The staff speak a poor english and don't really care about non-asiatic people. To park your car in their parking you'r supposed to give your keys and allow them to move it to not block others people. But it doesn't seem to be the same rule for everybody. We were blocked for one hour because of a car. The guy did not have the key and did not really put all his energy in finding it. We found ouy our car got strached and the same guy said it's not his responsabilities. When we answered that he had the key and moved it, he still said that it was not him, he laughed at us and when we asked what if he totally crashed the car somewhere, he still said that it's not his responsability. The location of the hotel isn't so great. It's pretty far from manhattan or the airport, the only subway is the 7 and you will have for 30 min to get in manhattan. The street is full of garbage bags and trash everywhere. Because the name of the hotel is mainly written in chinese (the english name is hidden behind a tree) find the hotel without a REALLY accurate GPS is a real challenge.
The location is the main thing I like about this hotel, the Main street subway is very near. We were able to make a trip to Times square using the no. 7 train dring the evening. There are also many restaurants (chinese as well as a Burger King) which makes it easy for visitors. The room facilties were good for short stay.
The staff weren't that much courteous. There were no drinking water facilities in the floors or the lobby. The vending machine for coffee wasn't working when needed early in the morning. The breakfast was not on untill seven in the morning and we had to leave early, so missed that though it was included.
Room is clean and standard size. Location is good for restaurant and subway.
Breakfest is very simple (cup noodel, coffee, bread). Parking for loading/unloading is ok but very limited space (7?) and difficult drive in and out, and you need leave the key to the front dest because all the cars are packed by 1' between eachother.
Parking space is very small at back (really bad location) A..Its alley is very narrow.. The right side of my car got scratches after turning rigt sharp corner.. The alley should be more wider - more than double the width of the vehicle. The jacuzzi was not used bec of poor maintenace.
The location is great if you want to browse Flushing area (which is filled with great Chinese food!) It is also walking distance to metro station (0.1 mile) so it is good to go to Manhattan downtown! The hotel room is clean and I like the bed they provided there (not so soft) so I sleep very well. Also, they provide free parking space which a lot of hotels in ny did not have. If you are not so picky about the look of the hotel room, I recommend you to stay there. I would go again.
If the hotel can do some renovation and upgrade, I am sure it will attract more people to come and stay!
Great if u like trashy call girls on the street. The continental breakfast was a joke, cheap frozen pancakes and bad coffee (no coffee in room). The matress was the worst I've ever slept on (including the army). Thought it was a boxspring, hard, hard, hard. Jacuzzi was old and unclean, overpriced dive.
The location is very good, close to subway line 7, and lots of oriental restaurants.
Room facility is very old, equipped with water kettle but somehow there is used tea bags inside when I checked in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It was quite cheap and the Metro Line is close (number 7), so you can get Manhattan in 30 minutes. Our room (Double room with 2 queen size beds) was clean, everything was excellent with it. Most of the stuff members were really kind and helpful.
The neighborhood is a little bit dodgy. We did not have any problems with the people over there, but the streets are dirty and stinky. The walls are quite thin in the hotel so during the night you can hear the others speaking on phone e.g. (we had only one disturbing night from 4). The continental breakfast is poor, only milk and cereals with coffee or an instant soup what you can get.
There is an electric water kettle in the room. It is very convenient for customers.
1) Although there is a pc in the lobby, the charge is USD3.00/per hour. 2) Although WiFi is available, there is no internet access for the laptop with cable. 3) The hotel cannot provide the adapters to the customers who come from the different countries.
position is excellent
cant believe that I found toenail on my bed, makes me disgusting the whole night
This hotel is convenient and short walk to 7 subway train from Manhattan. It was cheaper than staying in Bayside at hotels that are not much better for a two star rating. Pillows were fluffy and bed seemed pretty clean, the room was clean and bathroom was clean. The towels were okay. They give toothbrush, paste and mouthwash.
Rooms are lacking in a very needed ice bucket, upgraded tv would be nice, furniture is outdated and worn out. Parking is not convenient and difficult when you do not trust someone to move your car for you, and they call you to move your car so someone else can get out of the tiny parking lot. We ended up over at Red Roof Inn on the opposite side of the parking lot.