very nice hotel, friendly staff, vending machines, cafe/ bar inside lobby, indoor pool and spa. For the cost of the rooms, I think was high, we stayed only because it was a group booking for a wedding. The elevators were slow it was quicker to take the stairs to get to our room. Their is no TV guide so you don't know what's on or what's coming up. Their is NO CONTINENTAL breakfast included for the price of the room very disappointed You could purchase food at the cafe or vending machines; however, very pricey Their is coffee pot inside your room, but if you like your coffee with cream and sugar make sure you ask for extra extra extra extra cream and sugar. You get two pkg's which includes one creamer and two sugars in each. When I went down stairs to ask for extra they only gave me one more pkg We stayed two nights. Housekeeping came and cleaned the room, but did not take out the trash by the desk. The toilet had trouble flushing it took a few flushes to get the paper down. Showers was very nice, but make sure you bring your own shampoo etc they do have complimentary sizes but again you only get one bottle of shampoo one condition and one bar soap and one body lotion not enough for a guest of two.
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Situated near the airport, this hotel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Bohemia Historical Society Museum and 3.1 mi (5 km) from Lakeland …More
Pocket Guide: Long Island MacArthur Airport Hotels
Ronkonkoma is directly north of Long Island MacArthur Airport, better known as Islip. The Long Island Railroad connects this hamlet with the rest of the island and Manhattan. South of the airport along the coast, ferries depart for Fire Island, a summer getaway popular among gays and lesbians. In nearby West Sayville, the Long Island Maritime Museum honors the area’s seafaring and whaling history