Starting From
See all Rates

Econo Lodge

Selected Favorite

 113-18 Rockaway Blvd , South Ozone Park, NY, US, 11420

  • Phone: (718) 843-4300
  • Fax: (718) 843-0161
Green Hotel

Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

2.3 out of 5 (8 reviews)
38% of guests recommend this hotel

Attractions

»Church of the Resurrection

Church of the Resurrection is a 19th century church located in Richmond Hill. The church reflects a mix of architectural styles, while most prominent being the Queen Anne style. The church has held services and other religious ceremonies ever since its inception. The interiors of the church have a yesteryear feel to it. The church also rents out its property for private events and functions.

85-09 118th Street
New York, NY 11415

»Maple Grove Cemetery

The Maple Grove Cemetery dates back to 1875 and it featured in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2004. It is broadly divided into two areas namely, the Monumental Park and Memorial Park. The Memorial Park is dedicated to the 21 people buried here who lost their loves in the World Trade Center attacks.

83-15 Kew Gardens Road
New York, NY 11415

»First Reformed Church

The First Reformed Church in the Jamaica region of the New York City is a renowned and celebrated monumental church. The historic reformed church is a stellar model of the Romanesque and the Early Romanesque Revival style of architecture. It was constructed in 1858 and occupies great historic significance.

159-29 90th Avenue
New York, NY 11432

»Prospect Cemetery

The Prospect Cemetery is a historic graveyard located in Queens, New York. Built in 1668, the site is one of the few remaining Colonial cemeteries in the vicinity. Burials have been taking place since 1668 at this 4 acre (1.6 hectare) site. The burial site is also occupied by a tiny church, the Chapel of the Sisters. The cemetery was added to the list of National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

159th Street
New York, NY 11433

»Jamaica Savings Bank

The Jamaica Savings Bank structure is a beautiful building that adapts the Beaux Art style. This historical bank is now home to the Capital One Bank, and it also features on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places since 1983.

161-02 Jamaica Avenue
New York, NY 11432

»Forest Park Carousel

Built in 1903 by Daniel Muller, Forest Park Carousel was moved to New York from Dracut, Massachusetts in 1972. This historic carousel includes two chariots, three rows, three animal figurines, 49 horses and an organ. In 2009, the carousel was closed down, and the site was completely abandoned. However, in 2012, extensive renovation was carried out and the popular carousel was restored. The locals who very much missed their favorite carousel were thrilled to have it back, and hoards of people lined-up on its re-opening. With the announcement of Forest Park Carousel being given the landmark status, it will surely be preserved and enjoyed by future generations too.

Woodhaven Boulevard and Forest Park Drive
New York, NY 11421

»Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Building

This historic commercial structure called the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Building is an important landmark. It has adapted the Colonial Revival style of architecture and also features on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

8931 161st Street
New York, NY 11432

»Cypress Hills National Cemetery

Cypress Hills National Cemetery was opened in 1862 and is located in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn. It is the only United States National Cemetery in the city and was established to honor Civil War veterans and civilians. With over 21,100 interments, this historic cemetery is the final resting place of several notable soldiers. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.

833 Jamaica Avenue
New York, NY 11208

»Roy Wilkins Recreation Center

Serving as a meeting point for thousands of city dwellers, the Roy Wilkins Recreation Center is a grandiose public park that houses a theater in its premises. Playing host to cultural events, plays, dramas and gigs, the theater is held as an entertainment paradise by several art lovers. The park is full of sport enthusiasts during the summers when they engage in activities like handball, basketball and tennis or swim in the indoor pool. There's a vegetable garden on-site which helps people nurture their interest in gardening. Call ahead to know more.

177th Street & Baisley Boulevard
New York, NY 11434

»Springfield Park

The green patch of land that is the Springfield Park lies in the Queens neighborhood of Springfield Gardens, in close proximity to the John F. Kennedy Airport. The 23.54 acres (9.5 hectares) area of this park comprises facilities like baseball fields, tennis courts, dog runs, playgrounds, and water fountains, making it an ideal place to take the whole family out for a picnic. Also, the park is the venue for events like the popular SummerStage festival. To know more about this park and upcoming events at this park, please see the website.

Springfield Boulevard
New York, NY 11413

»Madison Square Garden

With a capacity of over 18,000 seats, Madison Square Garden is the undisputed leader when it comes to entertainment in New York City. Musical extravaganzas, sports, theater- you name it and Madison Square Garden has hosted it. The adjacent Theater at Madison Square Garden also has a steady roster of cultural events with A Christmas Carol as an annual fixture. The NBA's New York Knicks, the WNBA's New York Liberty and the NHL's New York Rangers all call Madison Square Garden their home. The iconic venue has a rich history of entertaining the city and is the ultimate venue for big ticket events in New York.

4 Pennsylvania Plaza
New York, NY 10001

»Valencia Movie House

One of the most successful movie theaters at one point, the Valencia Movie House opened in 1929, deemed the 'pride of Long Island'. The cinema had a capacity of 3500 and newest movies were showcased much before other cinemas. However, after a serious turn of events, May of 1977 saw the venue transformed to a Tabernacle of Prayers. The screen was promptly replaced with a big cross and the movie posters with religious content. The theater-cum-church is still beautiful and attracts quite some attention.

74-24 175th Street
Flushing, NY 11366
Earn valuable points toward free nights.