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Featuring an on-site restaurant this Fairfield hotel offers rooms with a microwave and a refrigerator. Willowbrook Mall is 4 minutes’ drive away. A flat-screen TV with cable is offered in each room at Best Western Plus Fairfield Executive Inn. An in-room coffee machine is provided as well. En suite bathrooms feature a hairdryer and free toiletries. Guests of the Fairfield Best Western Plus Executive Inn can work out in the on-site fitness centre or use the hotel’s business facilities. Wireless internet access is available free of charge. Metlife Stadium is 25 km from Best Western Plus Fairfield Executive Inn. Midtown Manhattan is less than 30 minutes’ drive from the hotel.
Located right off of I-80 with a variety of restaurants nearby this contemporary hotel offers modern amenities for the current traveler. The Parsippany Red Roof Inn features guestrooms with an easy chair, high-speed internet access and bathrooms with granite counter tops. Red Roof's Order Inn Program is available at this property and offers the convenience of a meal to be delivered to the room. The Red Roof Inn is 19.7 km from Livingston Mall, 17 km from Drew University and 52 km from the Statue of Liberty.
Conveniently located off Interstate 80, and offering views of the New York City skyline, this New Jersey hotel is moments from area points of interest and offers many modern amenities. The Hilton Hasbrouck Heights-Meadowlands is situated only a short drive from area attractions, including Teterboro Airport and the Continental Airlines Sports Arena. The sites of central New York City are also located within driving distance. Guests at the Hasbrouck Heights-Meadowlands Hilton can enjoy fine American cuisine at the on-site restaurant, Bistro 650. The hotel also features a state-of-the-art fitness centre. The hotel also boasts stunning rooftop banquet and meeting facilities.
Croton Point Park in the Croton-on-Hudson village is a park with a variety of amenities including a boat launch, a miniature aircraft airport, tent and RV camping, cabin rental, fishing,cross-country skiing, group picnicking, walking and hiking trails, a museum, a nature study, pavilions, a playground and swimming. A considerable chunk of the land on which the park is located today was a landfilling site, which was maintained and operated from 1927-1986 by the Westchester County government. The landfill has since been restored and transformed into a green space. The Croton Point Park is also home to a range of historic sites such as an old manor and a set of wine cellars.