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All reviewscourtyard by marriottport authoritythe busfree parkingwithin walking distanceacross the streetoutback restaurantinto nyclincoln tunnelnew yorkbuffalo wild wingstimes squarewould stay here againhotel is locatedhotel is cleanearly checkrooms are nice
Very good property. New one I suppose. Good front office staff good house keeping near by Sams and Walmart very clean and tidy very good rooms and ambience coffee shop down serves muffin bread coffee tea etc
Our flight was cancelled and needed a hotel to stay for the night. They do not have airport shuttle so we took Uber to the hotel. The check-in staff was pleasant and quick to check us in. I have stayed at this hotel before and...More
I wanted to visit NYC on a budget. Hotels in NYC are like $250 a night. I researched it and found you can stay in Secaucus for half the price. There is free parking! The Courtyard also includes free breakfast. The trip to NYC is...More
This hotel is a great alternative to staying in Manhattan. It is clean with good service and a great breakfast. The bus stop is across the street and will take you right to Port Authority. You can probably get a lot more for your money...More
This hotel has all the amenities and features of a typical Marriott Courtyard. I've stayed there twice: staff were very helpful both times. It's in a fabulous location. It is right over the Lincoln tunnel coming out of Manhattan. So, you play half or less...More
It should be fine, but, as others have said, I would definitely call the hotel to confirm that it's okay to leave your car there for multiple days, as the garage is shared with other nearby businesses, with one level where... More
It should be fine, but, as others have said, I would definitely call the hotel to confirm that it's okay to leave your car there for multiple days, as the garage is shared with other nearby businesses, with one level where hotel guests are allowed to park for free. Last time I was there, I stayed for 2 days and just parked in a spot on that level - no special ticket or registration required by the hotel. It seemed like the security vehicles on patrol were really just there for security, not to ticket people, but again, you should call the hotel to check. (The staff there are super helpful, but if they don't have an answer, the GM's name is Frank, and he's wonderful, so you can always ask for him). Happy travels!