Pan American Hotel

79-00 Queens Boulevard, Elmhurst, New York, 11373, United States
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Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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As good as it gets

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 27, 2006

We found this hotel after browsing several travel websites, check the location, compare prices and read user comments ; and so finally we selected Pan American in Queen Avenue, Elmhurst. If you arrive at JFK, the hotel is conveniently located in Queens, on the way to Manhattan. The price is fairly cheap for New York standard. But don't expect to get fancy room and lush treatment as you pay the same price in Las Vegas! The other good thing, they provide free parking is you rent a car so you can just take the subway if you want to explore Manhattan downtown. You know how hard (and expensive) it could be to find a parking space in Manhattan.

Unique Quality: - Subway station is 4 blocks away, within walking distance
- Provide free parking

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Great value and convenience!

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 22, 2006

We stay at the Pan Am whenever we're in transit and passing through NY for a day or two. Not only do you save on the room rental - an equivalent Manhattan hotel is $50-$70 more per night - but you also save on the cab fare to and from JFK or La Guardia- another $70-80. So all in all for a 2 day stay you are $200 better off!

The Pan Am has a free shuttle to the airports, restaurant(so-so) on premise, is 15 minutes from the tube, and a 20 minute ride by tube out of Manhattan. It's walking distance to Macys, a large mall, and Best Buys, as well as a few restaurants and fast food places.

The rooms are fair-sized, clean and quiet. Service is great- we always ask for, and get, an early check in.

Unique Quality: Convenient to airport, shopping, and Manhattan.
Really well priced for New York.

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