The perfect Hilton Garden Inn Secaucus/Meadowlands is a 3-star property approximately 15 minutes by car from Rockefeller Center. This inn offers 24-hour front desk assistance and a laundry room as well as high-speed internet access in public areas.
The center of Secaucus can be reached within a 15-minute walk. In the area you will find The High Line Park that is 3 miles away. This perfect hotel is a short driving distance of the 102-story Art Deco skyscraper "Empire State Building".
Paterson Plank Road at Route 3 Entry Ramp bus station is located 5 minutes away from Hilton Garden Inn Secaucus/Meadowlands on foot.
There are air-conditioned rooms at this hotel, some of them feature cable TV with on-demand movies and Wi-Fi as well as private bathrooms fitted with a bath. They are appointed with a work desk, and also feature an iron with ironing board.
Eat & Drink
Guests can enjoy a hot buffet breakfast every morning. Offering American meals, BurgerFi is situated 18 minutes' stroll of this property.
A full breakfast is served at the price of US$14.95 per person per day.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of floors: 5. Number of rooms: 124.
On-site parking lot
Indoor swimming pool
Spa & wellness center
- Baggage storage
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Fitness/ Gym
- Swimming pool
- Spa and relaxation
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness center
- Room service
- Self-service laundry
- Dry cleaning
- Taxi service
- Stores/Commercial services
- Continental breakfast
- Restaurant buffet
- Business center
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Indoor swimming pool
- Spa & wellness center
- Sea view
- Garden view
- City view
- Lake view
- Mountain view
- Pool view
- In-room air conditioning
- Individual heating
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Private bathroom
- Bath/ Shower
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:2 Queen-size beds
Bed options:2 Queen-size beds
Bed options:1 Double bed1 Single bed2 Queen-size beds
- City landmarks
Nice hotel and nice people at reception.
Location, very far from both airports.
The pillows needs to be change,the mattress was great!!!
GREAT STAFF ATTENTIVE TO YOUR NEEDSVERY CLEAN GREAT LOCATION
Arriving to find that bookings.com did not have a room reserved for us.
Staff was very friendly and informal.
Very expensive breakfast, and getting into the hotel from the highway was very very very difficult.
It's well located for a hotel outside of NY. Bus stop not too far. The staff was nice and polite and the room was clean and quiet. Breakfast offers a good variety.
It took us 95 minutes to reach Port Authority in NYC the first afternoon at rush hour. When we came back at night the same ride took 15 minutes. If you plan to be somewhere in NYC early evening you have to know this.
Great housekeeping staff and chef
Front desk people the rudest. location is not easy to get to nor get to NYC
Great location with easy access to NYC and Secaucus. Gret for one night.
We were very surprised when we arrived. A tiny bit tough to find but so convient to NYC. Staff was awesome, rooms very nice and clean. Beds were very comfortable and loved the cookies in the afternoon!! Will stay there again!
The woman at reception was a bit brash and rude.
Good hotel, good staff ...
Walking to/from bus station.
Clean.Convenient location. We were given clear instructions on what bus to take from Port Authority back to the hotel. Going to Manhattan, different buses would pick you up. The ride takes 10-15 minutes but could be a little longer with some buses that would make more stops.
Had noisy neighbours. Paper thin walls. So was a little to loud to sleep.
Proximity to nyc
Need bigger signs on the road to let us know where the hotel is, was hard to get to
the layout in the room was very good and gave a comfortable feeling; all the amenities were excellent.
The dinner menu was quite overpriced and the taste was very poor; requires a more experienced chef.
We showed at the Inn before midday to drop our luggage before returning our rented car, after two weeks around New England. We were checked in at once, no extra charge.
The discomfort of public transport to Manhattan. The Inn officially states on Booked.net that the nearest bus stop is located 'steps' from the hotel. This is an egregious understatement. In fact you need around 500 steps to reach the nearest bus stop and around 700 steps to get back, not to mention the fuss of getting on a New Jersey Transit bus in the evening at the PABT on 42nd and 8th. Try it if you like, it’s an experience. Also, NJT requires an additional ticket. This way, suppose you already own a $30,00 7-day unlimited pass for Manhattan and Brooklin, you still have to pay $6,40 per day only to leave your hotel in the morning and reach it back in the evening. How did we happen to chance on this lodge is an interesting question. This place I suppose it’s ok for New Jersey businessmen. On Booked.net, though, it is advertised like a haven for all sort of NYC visitors, which is plainly untrue. On Booked.net there’s no thorough third-party control on what managers say (or don’t say) about their properties. Also: 1. Sofa mattress in King Suite is of no comfort, metal springs feel through; 2. Hotel pre-charged my card for a) more than what I had booked for; b) so-called 'incidentals' (around $100,00); and c) something nobody knew very much what or why (some $125,00); 3. It was only when asking about 2b and 2c that I discovered 2a. Until then I supposed hotels on Booked.net had a way of immediately check the exact amount their patrons had booked for, but this appears not to be the case at this place, where we had to wait at the reception desk a few many minutes while the receptionist did and undid the addition over again until she was satisfied that what I was telling her was in fact true to the cent.