Holiday Inn Newark Airport

AAA Inspector Rating
450 US 1 & 9 S
Newark, NJ 07114- Map It
AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
3.2
Overall
Room3.2
Bath3.1
Public Areas3.2
ARATED
AAA Inspector Notes
This well-kept property has modern décor, a well-stocked business center and an inviting lobby bar for the weary traveler. Guest rooms are of an adequate size, comfortably furnished and quiet. If additional space is needed for an extended stay, there are more spacious suites that have a separate living room. Smoke free premises. 191 units. 8 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).

Amenities & Services

WiFi
Swimming Pool
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Accessible
Business Center
Type
Hotel
Location
I-95 (New Jersey Tpke) exit 14 to US 1 and 9 S, then 1.6 mi s. 450 US 1 & 9 S 07114.
Dining & Entertainment
restaurant, full bar.
Business Services
Available on premises
Room Amenities
coffeemakers, wireless Internet, safes. Some: refrigerators, microwaves.
Sports & Recreation
exercise room.
Guest Services
valet and coin laundry, boarding pass kiosk, airport transportation, room service.
Terms
N

Guest Ratings

OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Very Good
Based on Ratings from 931 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 50
7.1
Maria
Good
young couple
02-20-2018
Good
Pros:
Cons:
6.3
Zahid
Pleasant
young couple
02-19-2018
Pleasant
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Cons:
7.1
Gerald
Good
solo traveller
02-16-2018
Good
Pros:
Cons:
7.5
Thomas
Good
solo traveller
02-16-2018
Good
Pros:
Cons:
7.9
Dimitrios
Good
solo traveller
02-15-2018
very good accommodation near the...
Pros: room was excellent, quite spacious with a bath tub and the cleanliness looked fine. The buffet breakfast was excellent with crispy bacon (my favourite), nice juice and fruits, oats and yogurt. There was free parking on site and the distance from the nearest town (Newark) was about 10-15min drive.
Cons: There was a slight smell of smoking in the room despite the fact that it was non-smoking. I did not like the fact that if you didn't choose the $17 buffet breakfast, other choices for single dishes (eggs etc) were a minimum of around $14 without the coffee. This was too heavily engineered to make you buy the buffet. There was a choice of low quality industrial pastries. Also the dinner in the same restaurant was a bit rough. This shouldn't overshadow the excellent buffet breakfast, BUT it is unacceptable to not offer a good croissant and a coffee as an alternative.
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