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What you should know about Fort Lee

Just across the impressive span of the George Washington Bridge is the New Jersey neighborhood of Fort Lee. Rows of residential skyscrapers tower over the banks of the Hudson River, interspersed with leafy green parks and fascinating historic sites that recall the area’s colonial past. Combining cultural diversity with a suburban feel, modern-day Fort Lee is a bustling neighborhood within easy access of Manhattan Island and all the Big Apple has to offer, without the big-city hotel prices!

Hotels in Fort Lee

Fort Lee offers a range of accommodation types to suit most travelers’ needs. However, given its superb location, just minutes from many of New York’s most iconic sights, it’s no surprise that most hotels in Fort Lee cater to visitors looking to explore the city while keeping costs at a minimum. There are a number of great-value budget hotels in this neighborhood, including the Best Western on Route 4 West and the popular Holiday Inn on Route 4 East. Another good family-friendly hotel in Fort Lee is the modern and stylish DoubleTree by Hilton, which also provides regular shuttle buses to the city.

Things to see in Fort Lee

Over the years, Fort Lee has witnessed Native American settlements, military encampments, and the birth of the American movie industry, so it’s little wonder the town’s favorite attraction is one that pays tribute to this unique history. A visit to the cliff-top Fort Lee Historic Park is great fun for the whole family, with Revolutionary War reenactments, beautiful scenery, and wonderful views of the Hudson River and famous Little Red Lighthouse. Also visible from the park, and from most locations in Fort Lee, is the monumental George Washington Bridge. This imposing double-decker suspension bridge connects New Jersey with New York City and carries an average of 100 million vehicles each year, making it one of the busiest bridges in the world. Another popular attraction in Fort Lee is Constitution Park, a favorite recreation spot with locals and visitors, offering pleasant walking trails, baseball fields, and a children’s playground.

Good for families and budget travelers

Just a short hop from the bright lights of Downtown Manhattan, Fort Lee offers visitors traveling with children a great base for exploring all that New York has to offer. With this comes the added attraction of staying in an authentic residential neighborhood, with plentiful parks, restaurants, and grocery stores. The competitive prices of many discount hotels in Fort Lee also make it the perfect destination for budget-conscious travelers. Regular bus and subway connections to the city center mean getting to and from New York’s favorite attractions, like Yankee Stadium and Central Park, is easy and affordable.

How to get to Fort Lee

As in many parts of the US, the best way to get to Fort Lee is by car. If arriving from New York, the journey will take less than 30 minutes from Manhattan Island. There are also regular bus services that cross the Hudson River and connect Fort Lee with New York’s subway system. Most Fort Lee hotels provide on-site parking but many also offer regular shuttle services to and from Downtown Manhattan. The city’s 3 major international airports, JFK, La Guardia, and Newark are all within 1.5 hours by public transport.