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The DoubleTree EWR Hotel isn’t a walkable distance from any of the terminals, though there is a free shuttle that takes you there from P4 near the terminals. You can take the air train to travel between any of these terminals and P4 airside.
Upon arriving at the hotel, there are 2 lines for check-in you can use. One is the general line, and the other is the Priority line I used courtesy of my Hilton Gold Status. The concierge were all nice and extremely helpful.
The lobby area was quite nice and open. There were huge windows so there was truly a lot of natural light.
There was a coffee place as well.
Bistro 198 (Breakfast)
Towards the back of the lobby area was the executive lounge as well as the bistro where they have breakfast.
There were lots of seating options based on your party size. Most of the tables were for 4 but there was a 2 seater I found for myself and my dad.
Now let’s have a look at the food available for the buffet.
There were also a decent number of hot foods.
There were also some juices.
Overall, for a free breakfast, I think the choices are excellent and definitely tasty as well. The cheesy potatoes were sinfully delicious.
Now let’s check out the room I selected, which was a Single King-sized bed.
To the left as soon as you entered was the bathroom.
The bathroom was well stocked with things you’d need.
There was also iron with hangars in the fridge.
There was a thermostat along the wall.
Minus some of the things we already had put on the table, there were plenty of coffee and a table.
There was also an ice bucket with nothing in it, yet.
There was also a nice lounger by the window which was nice.
There was also a decent view of terminal C from the window.
Here’s another look at the angle of the room.
Overall, this is a very convenient hotel to stay at. A shuttle takes you to and from the airport, the breakfast selection was definitely great. The room was also nice and enjoyable place to stay. It was overall an enjoyable hotel stay, and would definitely not mind staying here again next time I’m in EWR.
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Stayed here 6 Dec 22. Althou.h they advertise rooms with exec lounge entry, it is NOT open since pandemic. False advertising. Bistro breakfast is $20 for omelet, $4 for toast, $5 for coffee, plus tax. So $15 Diamond credit does not cover 50% of cost. So much for Diamond free breakfast benefit.
I’m sorry to hear that. COVID really changed the nature of a lot of these things and hopefully it can return to normal soon enough but I suspect things like this also won’t change probably