30 Cutter Mill Rd
Great Neck, NY 11021
Nightly Rates: ( 186.00 - 259.00 )
An art deco showpiece in a buzzing Long Island town, Inn at Great Neck is a unique 1920s-themed retreat with a highly acclaimed restaurant, regular live music and all modern touches including wifi, LCD TVs and iPod docking stations all conveniently close to wonderful cafes and restaurants. The town of Great Neck was home to F. Scott Fitzgerald, and the hotel has successfully recaptured that era with Art Deco detailing and period murals depicting scenes from The Great Gatsby. The theme continues through to The Giraffe Room restaurant with its hand-painted walls, original Argentinean Art Deco paintings and a giraffe collection from around the world. The hotel is an ideal haven for retail enthusiasts, with numerous designer boutiques just moments away. For the sports enthusiast, CitiField, which is home to the New York Mets, is close by and so is the Belmont Race track and the National Tennis Centre, site of the US Open.
· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 3:00 PM
· Check out time is 12:00 PM
· Time Zone is EDT
· Opened in 1995
· Renovated in 01/01/2003
· 85 rooms.
· 6 suites.
· 5 floors.
Located in the heart of the village of Great Neck Plaza on the Scenic North Shore of Long Island. Minutes away from Manhattan via Long Island Railroad or the Long Island Expressway.Both LGA and JFK are conveniently located less than 30 minutes away.The Inn is a 2 block walk to the Great Neck train station with express rail service to Manhattan in 28 minutes.This quaint village, est. in 1642, boasts over 300 shops and restaurants featuring world renowned designers and fabulous cuisine.Nearby are Shea Stadium,Belmont Race Track,Long Islands famed North Shore and the National Tennis Center-Arthur Ashe Stadium, site of the U.S. Open.
Please note that other conditions might apply during high season as well as for special offers, see rate description.
The Giraffe Room offers innovative American cuisine with international influences. Highlighting seafood, meats and game from the bountiful Long Island area, the restaurant provides an intimate environment. Seating areas are separated by sophisticated wine