LaGuardia Airport Hotel Offering Special Rates for MLB All Star Game
CORONA, NY - When it comes to catching a sports game, seats are everything. And for anyone traveling to attend Major League Baseball's All-Star Game at Citi Field this month, booking the right hotel is tantamount to getting great tickets. That's why the area's best all-suite hotel, SpringHill Suites New York LaGuardia Airport, is the reservation to make.
Located just half a mile from Citi Field, SpringHill Suites stands apart from other hotels near LaGuardia Airport in a number of ways. Its suites, for starters, are spacious. Studios range from 289 to 521 square feet; while one-bedroom suites can occupy anywhere from 424 to 560 square feet. The hotel is also loaded with amenities, like complimentary hot breakfast and Wi-Fi, as well as access to a state-of-the-art fitness center. The bar and lounge is open nightly from 5 to 11 p.m. and makes a great place to relive the highlights of the day's game with friends. Best yet, guests can enjoy all of this at an excellent value: During the All-Star Game from July 12 to 16, 2013, rates start at just $249 per night.
With such competitive rates, the all-suite hotel is perfect for guests booking several nights or an extended stay. After the game is over, visitors can explore nearby Queens and Manhattan and visit such landmarks as Times Square, Central Park and Queens Botanical Garden. Or if travelers must attend to business, the hotel makes it easy to do so. Every suite includes a microwave, refrigerator, two phone lines, a well-lit desk with an ergonomic chair and, for the end of the day, luxurious down comforters and Marriott's signature Revive bedding. When it's time to go home, guests can enjoy the hotel's top-notch service all the way to the airport: Complimentary shuttle rides are available to and from LaGuardia Airport.
As the newest hotel in the area, SpringHill Suites New York LaGuardia Airport provides the hotel equivalent of front-row seats. And, as such, it offers ideal accommodations for anyone attending the All-Star Game or just visiting New York.