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Newark New Jersey Hotels & Motels

Only hotels in Newark are listed below. Find cheap and discounted hotel/motel rates in or nearby Newark, NJ for your upcoming personal or group trip. We show the best Newark, New Jersey hotel and motel rooms. Browse the Newark area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Newark hotels. Group booking? Search Newark Group Hotel Deals

The Newark center is around the area of Newark City Hall and the area of Newark Symphony Hall.

Just eight short miles from the city of Manhattan, the Garden State's largest metropolis is buzzing and bursting with life. Founded in 1666, Newark, New Jersey, quickly became the state's largest city. Those who originally came to settle the land named it after their mission to set up a “New Ark of the Covenant.” More from this guide...

Newark Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Hotel Indigo 810 Broad St., Newark Nj, NJ 07102 ~0.22 miles northeast of Newark
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • 108 rooms in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews Call
Hilton Newark Penn Station in Newark Gateway Center, Newark, NJ 07102
  • 4-star Downtown property
  • Access to gym on-site
  • Most guests said the wifi quality was bad
  • Approx. half of guests thought the atmosphere was somewhat friendly
Very Good 4.0 /5Hotel Reviews Call
Best Western Plus Robert Treat Hotel 50 Park Place, Newark, NJ 07102
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
  • Bad amenities
  • Most guests said rooms were clean
Hampton Inn & Suites Newark / Harrison Riverwalk - Harrison 100 Passaic Ave., Harrison, NJ 07029 ~1.10 miles northeast of Newark
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • 6 floors in hotel
  • Every guests reviewed thought it was a great value
  • Clean
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score Call
Element by Westin Harrison Newark Hotel : 399 Somerset St.
399 Somerset St., Harrison, NJ 07029 ~1.12 miles northeast of Newark
  • 3 star Suburban hotel
  • 138 rooms in hotel
  • Spacious bathroom
  • Parking should be cheaper
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews Call
Doubletree by Hilton Newark Airport : 128 Frontage Rd. 128 Frontage Rd., Newark, NJ 07114
  • Mid-scale Airport hotel
  • 12 floors in hotel
Ramada Plaza Newark Liberty International Airport - Newark 160 Frontage Rd., Newark, NJ 07114
  • Midscale Airport hotel
  • Check in: 3:00PM
  • Delicious food
  • About half of guests were satisfied with the proximity to sightseeing
Comfort Suites 1348 Mccarter Highway, Newark, NJ 07104
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 86 suites
  • Most guests complained about the shuttle service
  • Amazing deal for the price
Fairfield Inn & Suites Newark Liberty Airport : 618 50 Us Highway 1 & 9 South 618 50 Us Highway 1 & 9 South, Newark, NJ 07114
  • 3 star Airport hotel
  • Hotel has 6 floors
  • Good location
  • Great room
Springhill Suites Newark - Newark 652 Us Highway 1 & 9 South, Newark, NJ 07114 Website
  • 3-star Airport hotel
  • Free breakfast available
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
Howard Johnson Hotel Newark Nj : 20 Frontage Rd.
20 Frontage Rd., Newark, NJ 07114
  • Two star Airport property
  • Access to gym on-site
  • No complimentary breakfast
  • For 79%, parking prices were too high
Best Western Plus Newark Airport West - Newark 101 International Way, Newark, NJ 07114
  • Mid-scale Airport property
  • Free breakfast
Average 3.5 /5Reviews Call
Wyndham Garden Hotel Newark Airport - Newark
550 Us Highway 1 South, Newark, NJ 7114
  • Affordable hotel
Holiday Inn Newark Airport - Newark 450 Rt 1 South, Newark, NJ 07114
  • Affordable Airport hotel
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
  • No comp breakfast
  • 24-hour gym
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
Wyndham Garden Hotel Newark Airport in Newark 550 Routes 1 & 9 South, Newark, NJ 07114
  • Affordable Airport hotel
  • Fitness center on property
  • Reception is all right
  • This place is a dump
Americas Best Value Inn Newark Airport
100 Union Ave., Irvington, NJ 07111 ~3.07 miles west of Newark
  • 2-star Airport hotel
  • Airport shuttle provided
  • Poor internet connection
  • For 87%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard
Ramada in East Orange 120 Evergreen Pl, East Orange, NJ 07018 ~3.25 miles northwest of Newark
  • Low priced hotel
  • Complimentary breakfast is offered
  • Horrible vibe
  • For 100%, the rooms looked old
Hilton Newark Airport 1170 Spring St., Elizabeth, NJ 07201 ~3.28 miles south of Newark
  • 4 star Airport property
  • 180 suites in hotel
Hampton Inn Newark Airport 1128 Spring St., Elizabeth, NJ 07207 ~3.40 miles south of Newark
  • 3-star Airport property
  • Airport shuttle provided
  • Great location
  • For 63%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel 1000 Spring St., Elizabeth, NJ 07201 ~3.61 miles south of Newark
  • High-end Airport property
  • Airport shuttle provided
  • Nice looking reception area
  • Fantastic shuttle service
Very Good 4.0 /5Hotel Reviews Call
Crowne Plaza Newark International Airport 901 Spring St., Elizabeth, NJ 07201 ~3.81 miles south of Newark
  • Mid-scale Airport property
  • Fitness center on property
  • Old carpet
  • Good shuttle service
Airport Hotel Inn & Suites - Elizabeth 853 Spring St., Elizabeth, NJ 07201 ~3.86 miles south of Newark
  • 2 star Airport property
  • Check in time: 3:00 PM
Hudson Plaza Motel 190 West 63rd St. & Route 440 North, Bayonne, NJ 07002 ~4.34 miles southeast of Newark
  • Low priced Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 2 floors
  • Vibe is not too good
  • More comfort would be nice
Residence Inn Elizabeth - Elizabeth 83 International Blvd., Elizabeth, NJ 07201 ~4.74 miles south of Newark
  • Mid-scale Airport property
  • 6 floors in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews Call
Extended Stay America Elizabeth Newark Airport : 45 Glimcher Realty Way
45 Glimcher Realty Way, Elizabeth, NJ 07021 ~4.74 miles south of Newark
  • Two-star Airport property
  • 3 suites in property
  • Most guests said the wifi quality was bad
  • Reception is all right
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Today, Newark is home to many attractions that are sure to give everyone in the family something to do. In the same day, you can catch a show at the glamorous New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), check out a National Hockey League game to cheer on the New Jersey Devils, and finish off the day with dinner in the Ironbound district known for its restaurants with bold flavors. Did we mention all in one day?

However, we can't talk about Newark without mentioning its serene nature side. Surrounding the town's buildings and skyscrapers are breathtaking conservatories and nature areas. Take a stroll through the nation's largest collection of cherry blossoms, or experience a boat ride up and down the Passaic River. Its juxtaposition against the city gives visitors the perfect balance between adventure and revival.

Best Time to Visit Newark, New Jersey

Looking for the best time to plan your trip to Newark? You're in luck. Even though it has four distinct seasons, all of them have their unique perks. Summer is the most popular time to visit, but if you're looking to avoid the crowds (especially on the shores), spring and fall are a bit cooler with smaller crowds and many festivals. If you're looking for a snowy romp in the city, head on over during the wintertime when the crowds are avoiding the cooler weather.

Our suggestion? Springtime is better because the weather is mild, and it's the season of the nation's largest cherry blossom festival. However, when you decide to go, bring some backup rain clothes because weather can sometimes be unpredictable. Keep an eye on the forecast to avoid getting caught in the rain.

Weather aside, pricing is relatively consistent throughout the year. Any time can be good to book, so look out for prices and specials to get the best deal. By planning ahead, you'll be able to spot deals earlier on.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Newark, NJ:

seasonality of hotel rates in Newark

Newark, NJ: Prices by Star Rating Class

Below we've posted 3 graphs illustrating avg. nightly cost patterns by star rating class in Newark, NJ. Browse these illustrations to evaluate the cheapest time to book in Newark for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotels in Newark, New Jersey — Sleeping in Style

4 Star Average Prices: $148.56

Sometimes, vacation is about pampering yourself. If you're looking to spend the extra money for luxury, the Newark area is packed full of hotels that can give you true five-star experiences.

Located a bit off to the side in Elizabeth is the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel. It was built specifically to help business travelers feel more relaxed and cared for as opposed to just staying at a run-of-the-mill hotel. It's close to the airport, has an indoor pool, free breakfast, and complimentary shuttle service. What makes this place so incredible is its modern and sleek interior design. Warm colors can be seen throughout the property and give it a luxurious feel while still being approachable.

Or, if you're looking to pop into Manhattan for a bit of adventure, take a quick 10-mile drive to Cambria Hotel & Suites New York - Chelsea. Staying here gives you everything to love about Newark, with some added NYC bonuses, like a quick walk to the Empire State Building or Times Square. Its modern design and crisp rooms are sure to make you feel like a jet setter as soon as you open the door.

Finally, the Hilton Newark Penn Station is located near the heart of Newark's business district and directly connected to Penn Station. This Hilton is a great choice for both business and leisure travelers. Nearby, the Newark Museum was established to educate and inspire, so be sure to take a look at their pieces from around the world and from different cultures. Fun fact: the first modern American museum is right here in Newark!

4 Star Hotel Prices in Newark

Newark, New Jersey, on a Budget

3 Star Average Prices: $126.27

Not every vacation can be a lavish one, and despite Newark's popularity, there are still plenty of places to stay that don't break the bank and still allow you to enjoy your experience. So, we've gathered a list of some of the most budget-friendly hotel options in the area.

A stay at the Best Western Plus Robert Treat Hotel in the heart of downtown means you don't have to give up an incredible experience for a lower price. Booking includes free breakfast, an incredible bar, and complimentary shuttling to and from the airport. Also, it's located within walking distance of Penn Station, so you're only a quick train ride away from the big city. It's also near the NJPAC and Military Park. Newark's Military Park is the most historically significant park downtown. Opened in 1667, it originally served as military training grounds and has grown with the area ever since.

Next up is Candlewood Suites Secaucus. While it may seem like a bit of a hike from the airport at 35 minutes, its proximity to places like the Harmon Cove Outlet Center, MetLife Stadium, and Mill Creek Mall more than make up for it. Take advantage of amenities like the barbecue grills to have a fun lunch with before hitting the town.

Finally, sometimes the best deals are right in front of you. Right near the airport is the Holiday Inn Newark Airport. With free transportation to and from the Newark Liberty International Airport and such a centralized location, this hotel is by far one of the most convenient options available. More than just access, this hotel has a modern, clean look that gives you the feeling of luxury without having to pay for it.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Newark

2 Star Average Prices: $98.92

2 Star Hotel Prices in Newark

Newark: Real Discounts

If you know where to look, you can save even more money during a visit to Newark by adding benefits like AAA, military, or group rates. With AAA, members can save 10 percent or more and earn 10 percent bonus Rewards points or Gold Passport points when booking hotels like the Best Western Plus Robert Treat Hotel or the Grand Hyatt New York.

If you're a member of AARP or a senior of 62 years or older, the Courtyard Newark Downtown may be a money-saving option to consider. It's centrally located near Newark City Hall, Gallery Aferro, and Downtown Newark. Gallery Aferro offers 12 exhibits per year featuring contemporary art from national and international artists. Or, you can save when booking at the Best Western Plus Newark Airport West. Their age requirement is younger at 55 and applies to a wide choice of rooms.

Best Value Options in Newark, New Jersey

Newark is no stranger to discount and luxury, but it also has plenty of options for midrange budgets. The Hampton Inn & Suites Newark-Harrison-Riverwalk will certainly make you feel at home. It's located near the Riverfront Stadium, home of the Bears and Eagles baseball teams. If you missed the game, don't sweat it. The Riverfront has some beautiful nature trails and dining options.

One of our favorite hotels to stay in is Hotel Indigo Newark Downtown. The building was constructed in 1912 as a bank, and the interior design echoes much of the original structure. This boutique hotel was gorgeously renovated with exposed, rustic brick and artwork that reflects the area. It rests on the corner of Broad and Market streets, one of the busiest intersections. You'll have no trouble finding things to do and places to eat here.

Grab a Bite in Newark, New Jersey

We've walked you through some great places to stay and great sites to see, but no vacation is complete without the perfect meal. In the North Ironbound district, you'll find the Spanish Tavern. Rated the number one Newark restaurant on Trip Advisor, this warm and welcoming space fills you up with authentic Spanish food and carefully selected Spanish wines. It's open for lunch and dinner, and it's close enough to fall under the shuttle service system of many nearby hotels. We recommend trying a plate of their seafood-packed paella.

For something a bit quicker, try downtown's Hobby's Delicatessen & Restaurant, an old-school style deli that's been a local favorite for years. Family owned and operated since 1962, Hobby's is more than just a deli, but an experience in itself. From its potato pancakes, to pickled corned beef and daily specials, Hobby's can satisfy any craving. Pro tip: stop by for a Devil's pre-game celebration to enjoy drinks and good specials.

If you've got a big group to feed, look no further than historical Market Street's Mercato Tomato Pie. It's been creating artisanal, coal-fired pizzas for over 50 years that are made for sharing. The restaurant's mission is to make everyone feel like they're a part of the family, so expect warm service and friendly faces all around.

So, next time you're looking for a new perspective of the Tri-State Area, or you find yourself in the neighborhood, Newark is the place for you. There are gorgeous cherry blossoms to see and the city to experience. Throughout the area there are both luxurious and budget-minded hotel options to fit everyone's wallet. The best part of all? The centralized location just can't be beat, truly making Newark the hub of the Garden State.

What did travelers think of the city of Newark?

Below are reviews of the city of Newark, NJ from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Good Location"
Score 5.0 / 5

This hotel is within walking distance of a PATH station.

Paul M., from 25-Apr-2016
"Good Place To Rest"
Score 5.0 / 5

Only the train station. I was there only to rest and clear my mind.

Bienveniva M., from 17-Feb-2016
"Easy to Get Around. Great Public Transportation."
Score 5.0 / 5

The city is clean and has some good historic sights and sightseeing. Make sure to visit the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, a beautiful cathedral with preserved French Gothic architecture.

Onyeka E., from 24-May-2015
The average traveler rating of the city of Newark, NJ shown above is 5.0 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
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