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You must take care with minimum details such as : - access room doom not clean & show a dent.;
-microwave dirty and don't working on arrival date
-the food on restaurant it's not fresh (chicken strips & fries) look as was pre-fried and fried...More
I don't think I have experienced internet this slow since the dial-up days. Has to be the worst internet connection speed I have ever experienced from a hotel. If you plan on doing anything that requires any bandwidth choose another hotel. Trying to Skype or...More
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Response from IHGCare, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn GW Bridge-Fort Lee NYC AreaResponded 7 June 2014
Thank you for taking time to post a review about your stay and for being an IHG Rewards Club Gold member. I apologize for any inconvenience you may have experienced with the quality of the internet service provided. Rest assured that I have...More
I almost feel guilty for giving an average rating for the hotel because the staff were just so warm and welcoming. They made me feel like family. It was truly very nice.
The hotel itself isn't bad. Parking is ample. Beds comfortable. Rooms clean. Very...More
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Response from Duane H, Manager at Holiday Inn GW Bridge-Fort Lee NYC AreaResponded 14 May 2014
J G we hear your comments! listen, we appreciate your review, we would love to know how we could have made your stay a better one for you! All suggests are truly welcomed here at Holiday Inn Fort Lee! Once again Thanks J G.
After a wonderful day in Manhattan this hotel is a nice value just outside of NYC. Checking in & out was a breeze. The room was very nice. The hotel is located on a very busy road but we had no trouble getting back onto...More
Selected this location due to the route we took for college tours in PA and MD from NH. Extremely busy and fast road in front, but they put us on the back side without an issue, which was very quiet. Older building, busy lobby. Room...More
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Response from Duane H, Manager at Holiday Inn GW Bridge-Fort Lee NYC AreaResponded 22 April 2014
Perfect is a never ending process, KWFANS thank you for taking the time out and reviewing the Holiday Inn Fort Lee. On a daily basis we are striving for 100% guest satisfaction. So we will keep at it KWFANS! make no mistake. "Your voice has...More
Response from Eduardo C | Reviewed this property |
The hotel has a shuttle service to upper Manhattan for around 10.00 a person. From there you can take the subway to midtown & downtown. There’s also a bus stop right next to the hotel to the left when you exit the hotel from... More
The hotel has a shuttle service to upper Manhattan for around 10.00 a person. From there you can take the subway to midtown & downtown. There’s also a bus stop right next to the hotel to the left when you exit the hotel from there you can make it to upper Manhattan for 3.00 a person.
Response from metrochik | Reviewed this property |
Yikes! That is quite a hike AND across state lines! There really is no easy way other than car and it could cost you some $$$ because it is easily a 1 hour trip! More if there is traffic! You are going from Queens, NY to... More
Yikes! That is quite a hike AND across state lines! There really is no easy way other than car and it could cost you some $$$ because it is easily a 1 hour trip! More if there is traffic! You are going from Queens, NY to Fort Lee, NJ. I suggest you hire a car service and call around to get the best price. I have no idea what that would be and would be guessing anywhere from $50-$100. A metered cab could be a lot more because the meter ticks as you sit in traffic. The car service charges a flat rate regardless of traffic. Uber is another option but I have no idea what that would cost. (I just paid $17 to go 15 minutes in the Charlotte, NC area) AND you will have to tip the driver regardless of who picks you up. If you have the option of flying into Newark do it. It's 25 minutes to the hotel....
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"Expect terrible customer service from management"