DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Fort Lee - George Washington Bridge

2117 Route 4 Fort LeeNJ07024
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This city hotel is located just off I-95, where the majestic George Washington Bridge spans the Hudson River from the historic New Jersey Borough of Fort Lee. It is also strategically located at the gateway to New York City and offers convenient access to Newark, JFK International and La Guardia airports. The hotel was built in 1984. Guest accommodation comprises 290 rooms. Most of the storeys...
by skoosh on January 21, 2019 from skoosh

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by getfave on January 06, 2019 from getfave
Hotel Accommodations at the Gateway to Manhattan, the George Washington Bridge. Full service hotel.
by yahoolocal on June 28, 2015 from yahoolocal
The Doubletree Fort Lee/George Washington Bridge is near Newark, J.F.K. and La Guardia International Airports. Interstate-95, Interstate-80, Route 4, Route 46, Route 1 & 9 and the Palisades Interstate Parkway.
by judysbook on January 30, 2014 from judysbook
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Fort Lee - George Washington Bridge is located in the historic New Jersey Borough of Fort Lee, just off I-95 and next to the majestic George Washington Bridge. This upscale hotel provides a gateway to all of the exciting sights and attractions of New York City. Marvel at the towering Empire State Building or visit Madison Square Garden. Shop the numerous boutiques...
by superpages on November 02, 2013 from superpages