Queens well known as a big borough in New York City, 2 million residents live here. Like Manhattan & Brooklyn, this city is the most ethnically diverse city in the world. Some people said this city is a homey & comfortable to live in. If you live in Queens, NYC, most people value relationship with neighbors.
Queens also known as a great city to live, if you want to live among a genuine folks, who hard works, value their family, you should choose Queens. It’s a great place to live & go to work since this city near with Manhattan.
Things About Queens, NYC
Architecture & Nice Place
There are tons of nice place with awesome architecture in Queens. If you guys like to go beer, running, yoga, tennis & consert, you can go to Astoria. New York Hall of Science would be the best part when you visit Queens, since this museum is a special technology museum hands-on with science. Or you guys love to see greeny things? You can try visit Queens Botanical Garden, Queens Zoo, Fort Totten or Queens County Farm Museum. There’s so many things you can do.
So many culture and ethnics live here, certain ethincs noticed present in various neighborhood such as like in Woodside you will meet Irish, in Astoria Arabic and Greek, meet Jewish in Rego Park, Kew Garden and Forest Hills, some Indian & Columbia in Jackson Heights, if you are Korean you would met them in Northen Flushing.
In Ozone Park area well known as a diverse area to live in, also typically the northern areas, Forest Hills, Middle Village are known as a better quality to live in. If you in the mood of Spanish food, you can go to Corona, for nighlife most of people recommended to go to Astoria. Some of resident in Whitestone, said that place was a quite place and very safe.
Food & Nightlife
Just one mainly place to heads up for nightlife in Queens, it is Astoria. There are decent place like Sweet Afton, Hookah, Queen Kickshaw and also Czech Beer Garden. There are many restaurant here, but nothing special to offers. Alsp, some of people asking us about what is Queens known for? So here we go the list:
- NY Mets
- Worlds Fair Grounds
- Flushing Remonstrance and as birthplace or religious freedom in the US
- PS1, MoMA’s contemporary art affiliate
- US Open Tennis
- Ethnic diversity
- LGA & JFK airports
- Rockaway Beach
- Noguchi Museum
- Citicorp building
Hotels in Queens, NYC
If you came from Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island od Bronx and thought want to spend more time in Queens? We recommend to get a room for a night, since New York City was very crowded and we believe you would got extremly tired when back to your apartement or your rental house. Please kindly check the list, we have filter from the best hotels to stay in Queens.
- Home2 Suites Long Island City/Manhattan View
A three stars hotel, Located in: Long Island City,NYC, Best deal: $102
- SpringHill Suites New York LaGuardia Airport
A three stars hotel, Located in: East Elmhurst, NYC, Best deal: $174
- The Boro Hotel
A four stars hotel, Located in: Long Island City, NYC, Best deal: $134
- Hilton Garden Inn Long Island City-Manhattan View
A three stars hotel, Located in: Long Island City, NYC, Best deal: $121
- Nesva Hotel – New York City Vista
A three stars hotel, Located in: Long Island City, NYC, Best deal: $82
- Hyatt Place Flushing/LGA Airport
A three stars hotel, Located in: Flushing, NYC, Best deal: $198
- Marco LaGuardia Hotel by Lexington
A three stars hotel, Located in: Flushing, NYC, Best deal: $182
- Fairfield Inn by Marriott New York LaGuardia Airport/Astoria
A three stars hotel, Located in: Astoriam NYC, Best deal: $184
- Holiday Inn Long Island City – Manhattan View
A three stars hotel, Located in: Long Island, NYC, Best deal: $121
- Hampton Inn New York LaGuardia Airport
A three stars hotel, Located in: East Elmhurst, NYC, Best deal: $159
As a most diverse city, this city is worth to visit. Even for all your business, vacation, go to an event and many more!