Recommended Hotel: W Hotel
Why: Luxury Hotel, Views of Manhattan

The W Hotel is the only hotel in Hoboken within walking distance of the PATH station. It’s a luxury hotel right on the Hudson River with three excellent restaurants on-site. You’ll pay a premium for these luxuries at an average of $327/night, but most guests find the W is worth the price. Guests love the incredible views of Manhattan, so be sure to request a river view room. Across hundreds of online reviews, guests spoke particularly highly of the Halifax restaurant, in particular the tasting menu at brunch. Customer service throughout the property is impeccable. We recommend this hotel for special occasions.

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About Hoboken

Who is Best for this Location?

Travelers will be attracted to the vibrant walkable neighborhood of Hoboken, and quick access to Manhattan. Economy minded travelers won’t find good options here.

nieghborhood_vibe_48Neighborhood Vibe: Hoboken is a little village that sits right on the Hudson River just across from Manhattan. The best things to do in Hoboken are all in a small, walkable area that has a bright, youthful energy as more and more young people are moving to Hoboken.

getting_around_48Getting Around: From Hoboken, it’s just 8 minutes on the PATH to Christopher Street in the West Village. Once you’re in Manhattan, you can connect to the Subway to get all over the city. Newark Airport is accessible from Hoboken in under an hour.

what_to_east_48What to Eat: Fiore Deli is an old school joint known for their sandwiches, get the daily special or have your sandwich made with anything you like from the deli. For something completely different, stop in Empanadas Cafe for handmade, authentic empanadas. If you’re craving sweets, Baking Mama is the place to stop for brownies or macarons. Bwè kafe is the spot to get your coffee or tea fix.

things_to_do_48Things to Do: Although most visitors leave Hoboken and head into Manhattan during the day, there are fun activities in Hoboken, too. Hoboken Cove offers seasonal kayaking trips in the Hudson. A picnic in Sinatra Park is a less strenuous way to enjoy the sun and Manhattan skyline. And if you’re interested in learning about Hoboken, the Hoboken Historical Museum is open six days per week.

Book #1 Hoboken Hotel – W Hotel

Weekday Avg. Rate $334
Weekend Avg. Rate $311

Transit SystemPATH
Closest StationHoboken
Blocks to Station 4
Manhattan DestinationChristopher Street
Commute Time8 mins
ParkingValet only, $35/day
Wifi$10.00 Per Day
BreakfastAvailable at hotel restaurant; not included with booking
Airport ShuttleNo shuttle
Area ShuttleNo shuttle
RestaurantHalifax (North-Eastern farm and Coastal), Lulu's (bar and lounge), The Living Room (lounge)
GymCardio machines and free weights
PoolNo pool
Smoking RoomsNon-smoking property wide.
Room TypeSuite rooms available with living space, and standard 1 king or 2 queens (or 2 doubles)
PetsDogs under 40 lbs allowed for extra fee of $100/stay