RLH Corporation opens new Red Lion Inn & Suites in Long Island City

The exterior of the Red Lion Inn & Suites, Long Island City

RLH Corporation opened a new Red Lion Inn & Suites in Long Island City, New York. The recently-converted property consists of 80 guestrooms, a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast served daily, free Wi-Fi and an on-site fitness center. The hotel also offers complimentary bike rentals for use on the streets of New York. 

Red Lion Inn & Suites Long Island City is located one block from the New York City subway, providing guests with easy access to all of New York’s five boroughs and attractions. Located down the street, MOMA PS1 is a modern art museum set in a remodeled school, home to one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutions in the United States.

“Red Lion Inn & Suites Long Island City is a welcome addition to the RLH Corporation family,” Paul Sacco, chief development officer for RLH Corporation, said in a statement. “2018 is set to be a vital year for RLH Corporation as we continue to grow our upscale brands. Red Lion Inn & Suites Long Island City will be an important property as we continue our aggressive expansion.”


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The Red Lion Inn & Suites Long Island City is located at 42-24 Crescent St. The property is 15 minutes from LaGuardia Airport via subway and is in close proximity to all of New York’s attractions.

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