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    Newark Liberty International Airport
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    Newark Liberty International Airport: 3 Brewster Rd, Newark, New Jersey 07114

Newark AirportWelcome to Newark Airport, also known as Newark Liberty International Airport. We offer a full variety of accommodation and hotel reservation services for over 29 hotels near Newark Airport. Looking for a bargain on an airport hotel? Try the Ramada Plaza Hotel Newark Airport. Looking for something a little more impressive? Take a look at the Hilton Newark Airport. Whatever you need in Newark Airport hotels, we have you covered. We offer fantastic discounts on hotels, Liberty International parking / hotel packages, and Newark rental cars. Thanks for shopping at Airport Hotel Guide.

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    • Crowne Plaza Hotel

      1 mile from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

      If you’re looking for a quality hotels near Newark Airport, The Crowne Plaza on Spring Street is the place to stay. Its location puts you in the middle of all the excitement surrounding New Jersey including New York City, Newark Museum, and the Statue of Liberty. A complimentary shuttle awaits you at the Crowne Plaza. Securely book this and other Newark Airport hotels with us.
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    • Holiday Inn Newark Airport

      2 miles from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

      Holiday Inn Newark Airport is a stellar hotel with many features and amenities to make your trip a little more like home. This is one of the Newark Airport hotels that also has a flight information center located in the lobby to track flights. With Newark Liberty International Airport being so close, this hotel makes sense for all types of travelers.

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Map of Newark Liberty International Airport

Know Before You Go Summary: Opened in 1935, Newark Liberty is the nation’s oldest airfield and has the nation’s first commercial airline terminal. Newark Liberty International Airport serves over 34 million passengers each year! Wi-Fi is available throughout most terminals. Cost for Wi-Fi is $4.95 per hour, or you can purchase a 24 hour period for $7.95. There are many options for hotels located near Newark Liberty International Airport. The Newark Liberty Marriott is located in the center of the airport itself. The airport shuttle AirTrain is free within the airport. It operates 24/7 and provides fast connections between terminals. It also connects passengers to rental car facilities, hotel shuttles, and central parking lots. AirTrain also extends past the airport and can provide a way for travelers to get to and from Manhattan and points north, or Philadelphia and points south. Stay up-to-date and current on wait times and delays by signing up for the Airport Info-Alert. You will receive airport weather delays, parking lot capacity, and AirTrain service delays. Visit www.paalerts.com/DefailtAir.aspx to sign up for notifications. Do you need an accessory for your mobile phone? Stop by Tech Interaction in Terminal A. The knowledgeable staff can help you locate the product you need for your device. Hungry for something unique? Check out Golden Krust in Terminal B. Golden Krust serves Jamaican cuisine. You might like to try jerk chicken, plantains, or oxtail! Looking to do some shopping? Check out EJE Duty Free in Terminal A to shop duty and tax-free! If you have some time to spend between flights, visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art Store. Browse unique items and art. Located in Terminal C near Gate C120.

About Newark Liberty International Airport

Just 5 miles from downtown, Newark Liberty International Airport is a major hub for people traveling to New Jersey's largest city. Along with LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy international airports, it serves the New York City metropolitan area, and many travelers pass through to the Big Apple without taking time to explore the vibrant city. There's a plethora of exquisite hotels near Newark Liberty International Airport, such as the Crown Plaza on Spring Street and the Howard Johnson Hotel in the heart of the city. These establishments give you easy access to the wide variety of attractions throughout Newark but is still quite close to New York City (it's only 14 miles from Manhattan).

Before heading to your hotel, take a little time to explore the airport. It has great historical significance - dating back to 1928, it is the oldest airfield in the U.S., and it contains the first commercial terminal ever built in the country. Amelia Earhart even headed the dedication ceremony for the terminal in 1935. The airport's largest carrier is United Airlines, but it also serves several other domestic and international carriers, welcoming some 34 million passengers every year. Throughout its three terminals, the airport houses a wide array of amenities, including a welcome center where you can get travel information, dozens of retail stores and a multitude of eateries, including Phillips Seafood, Belgian Beer Café and Grand Central Oyster Bar.

Collage of Newark New Jersey

Welcome to Newark

Though the largest city in New Jersey, Newark often goes unnoticed by travelers in the shadow of the grand Manhattan and other major destinations. But those who give it a chance find that the metropolis is one of great cultural intrigue and historic importance. It was established by colonists in 1666 as a Puritan theocracy, but within two centuries it became an industrial powerhouse catering to America's rail and shipping needs. Today, visitors can see proof of this heritage at the old shipping ports and railways throughout the city, many of which are still in use. While it's undergone economic strife and devastating natural disasters, the city is known for its brawn and hard-working population, and it has managed to maintain its status as one of the East Coast's most thriving locales.

When visitors arrive, one of the first things they notice is its excellent public transportation system. New Jersey Transit has an extensive system of buses that pick up and drop off all throughout the downtown area and extend as far out as the suburbs. Additionally, the Newark City Light Rail and City Subway Line both offer transportation across the city. Visitors can pick up a bus or board a train just outside of Newark Liberty International Airport.

Things to Do in Newark

A scenic view of downtown NewarkYou don't have to head to Manhattan for an intriguing experience. Every trip to Newark should include an exploration of the historical landmarks that point back to the city's beginnings. Start with a visit to the Ballantine House, a mansion that dates back to 1885 and is an iconic display of Victorian architecture. Then, make your way to the Thomas Edison National Historical Park, Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart and the pre-World War II neighborhood of Forest Hill.

For some nightlife excitement, stroll the downtown streets to find one of the many pubs and lounges. It's home to two authentic Irish bars: McGovern's Tavern and Kilkenny Alehouse. When you've worked up an appetite, head to Mi Gente Cafe or Dinosaur BBQ for an affordable bite to eat, or enjoy some upscale dining at Spanish Tavern or Don Pepe 844.