Queens, New York, is a melting pot of cultures. It has produced some of the best artists and scientists of our time—from jazz great, Louis Armstrong to Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Richard Feynman. With its rich history and culture, Queens just can’t stop being creative as proven by the number of art spaces and museums found in the area such as Museum of the Moving Image and New York Hall Of Science. When it comes to exceptional hotels to stay in, Queens always comes up with fresh ideas. Opt for hotels that feel like they come from a different time or country, or are dedicated to a famous art school of thought. The delights just keep getting better as Queens is also located near attractions. For an exciting stay, check out our list of the top themed hotels in Queens, New York.
The bright ambiance, the simple yet functional beauty of its furnishings, and the wood panels’ weathered driftwood color at The Rockaway Hotel remind one of the Scandinavian beach houses. Just a stroll from Rockaway Beach, the hotel is a great place to stay for an urban beach getaway. Swim a few laps in the heated pool before an appetizing meal at The Rooftop. Enjoy a cocktail in the garden or at the pool cabanas. The rooms are light with Nordic-inspired furnishings, earth-colored walls, and natural light streaming through the floor-to-ceiling wall windows. The beds are topped with a Wright mattress, feather-free duvet, and pillows to ensure a comfy stay. Enjoy a commanding view of the Atlantic Ocean on the walk-out terrace with a comfy seating area.
The Rockaway Hotel
Address: 108-10 Rockaway Beach Drive Rockaway Park
Sauna Sun terrace Family rooms Daily housekeeping Food can be delivered to guest accommodation Physical distancing in dining areas Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas 24-hour front desk
At The Collective Paper Factory, a collection of design elements and furniture with varying styles sit in elegance and charm next to each other. The brightly colored chesterfield French sofa, textured pouf chairs, exotic patterns on rugs, and a brick-walled Conservatory Room with plant boxes display a bohemian theme. Stay in a shabby-chic bedroom on a comfy bed with an abstract painting, or choose the bedroom with a wood platform bed beside a rustic wall. All rooms are relaxing and have a massive TV, a coffee machine, and a cozy bath. All rooms are airy and aesthetically appealing with 12-foot (3.6 meters) high ceilings. Museum of the Moving Image is only four minutes away.
This one is a design-conscious boutique hotel that never fails travelers who love to unwind in style. Each bedroom features a cozy low-platform bed and pillow-top mattress with crisp Italian bedding that makes you just want to laze and relax. There’s a stylish accordion lamp placed near the bed for your convenience and a free-standing oval tub that sits inside the well-appointed bath. Antipodean-inspired bathroom walls, stark industrial-chic café and rooftop bar, wooden penthouse chairs, and breeze block-like walls reminiscent of the 50s give an elegant retro vibe to the place. Also, the food and wine served at the on-site Beebe’s are as good as its interior that is adorned with mid-century modern furnishings, geometric wood wall panels, and hot mesh stool bars. Located in Long Island, Boro Hotel is only an 11-minute drive to The Museum of Modern Art.
Found in New York, Aloft Long Island City-Manhattan View expresses beauty through artistic graffiti on the walls of the courtyard which goes well with the Panton chairs. The mixed lobby exhibits a funky industrial-chic design with a psychedelic art piece on geometric patterned walls. Also, natural light streams through the large yet soundproofed wall windows in each room. All suites are spacious, and some have an outdoor terrace with Papasan chairs and a view of the skyline. After bar hopping at night, you will never miss the hotel with its unique pop-art-inspired illumination on the façade. You can also enjoy a friendly cocktail at the in-house W XYZ bar.
Ravel Hotel Trademark Collection by Wyndham oozes glamor with its timeless vintage theme. The lobby radiates opulence with leather chesterfield sofas, barrel chairs, and large shiny balls of light fixtures reminiscent of 19th-century England. The shiny red bricks in the bath and the dark-toned leather sofa and design elements also exhibit elegance from another age. The wood platform bed in the bright bedroom is not only relaxing but also aesthetically pleasing. Each room is made more entertaining and reassuring with a massive HDTV, a mini-refrigerator, free WiFi access, a minibar, and a safe. Some rooms have a private balcony with a view of New York’s skyline. Enjoy a spread of gastronomic choices at the famous in-house restaurant, Penthouse 808. Stay in shape while in New York with a regular workout at the excellent fitness center.
Have a unique vacation in Queens
Whether you seek an art-based theme or a dream-like vacation, hotels in Queens can surely meet your expectations. For an out-of-the-box experience in the lively and beautiful city of New York, head to the themed hotels in Queens.
Get Trip101 in your inbox