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The best Hoboken hotels

The best Hoboken hotels provide easy access to the Hudson River, top-notch amenities and perfect respites from the city

By Melissa Klurman
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You should stay at the best Hoboken hotels to experience the very best things to do in town, from water-side activities to delicious restaurants, arts and culture galore and nature walks. And all that fun comes with a side of extraordinary views of the New York skyline, and who doesn't enjoy some of that?

Whether searching for a fancy shmancy accomodation, craving high-end amenities or simply looking for a nice place to rest your head, we've got you covered.

Best hotels in Hoboken

1. W Hoboken

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The hippest place to stay west of the Hudson River, the W brings the nightlife vibe of NYC's Meatpacking District, right across the river, to Hoboken. The W is its own entertainment zone: once you enter, you never really have to leave. Downstairs you’ll find a Bliss Spa and living-room lounge area, boasting those sexy New York City views. The party really gets going upstairs, with the onsite Halifax restaurant and pulsing LuLu's club. Tip: If you’re a light sleeper ask for a room on the opposite end of the building. Rooms offer a contemporary vibe with sleek furnishings ---book Spectacular level and up to see the cityscape. Once you leave the hotel, a strip of restaurants and bars beckon along River Street. 

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2. Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel

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It’s only a matter of time before some branding expert calls Weehawken, “Hoboken North,” since Lincoln Harbor is just half-a-mile from the northern edge of Hoboken. Staying here give you access to the slew of restaurants and bars in “uptown” Hoboken. The upscale chain property has views for days from its prime location on the bend of the river. If you’re feeling especially flush, corner “panoramic” rooms have spectacular panoramas up and down the waterway. All rooms are considered junior suites, with modern furniture and sitting areas with pullout couches. With the smallest rooms measuring at 385 square feet, this is a good choice for families. Other perks include a heated pool and large fitness center, plus a restaurant that offers a kid’s menu. If your plans call for Manhattan, the ferry across the Hudson River is right outside the door.

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4. Comfort Inn

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Staying in a chain hotel might not have been your plans, but an attractive price tag and a slew of amenities might have you changing your tune. For prices hovering just above $100, you’ll get free parking, free Wi-Fi, and free breakfast. All that, and a view of NYC? Yes, please! Rooms are what you’d expect: boxy and nondescript, but clean and with plenty of elbow space.

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