Sleep Inn JFK Airport
177-08 Liberty Avenue
Jamaica, NY 11433
Phone: (718) 297-7000
Fax: (718) 297-7003
177-08 Liberty Avenue, Jamaica, NY, US, 11433
- Téléphone : (718) 297-7000
- Télécopie : (718) 297-7003
The Moka Nightclub and Lounge in Queens is a lesson in seduction. The club has a massive, multi-level design with undulating walls and ceilings that beckon patrons to different corners of the space. The space is also large and flexible enough to host large parties, bridal showers and corporate events. The bar serves a plethora of exotic rum drinks doled out with energy drinks.
This place is massive and probably the biggest events venue in the Brooklyn area, here you can find the hottest entertainers, the best DJ's and the best performers from Brooklyn performing here. The atmosphere is great for a party with amazing sound systems and cool music. Acts like Fayeann, KMC, W.I.L.L.I.A.M and The Game, to name a few, have performed here. This is a great place to let your hair down and just dance the night away Also, have the fun of relaxing at the lounge while sipping on your favorite drink.
Located in the Woodside neighborhood of Queens in the city, La Boom is one of the most happening nightclubs which appeals to people of all musical tastes. Not just the Hip Hop loving kids, but even musicaficionadoswho love Bachata, Meringue and Salsa, are welcomed here. Such is the diversity of the genres embraced by resident and visiting DJs. The Halloween Party is a much awaited event each year which is well attended by locals and curious visitors alike.
PURE is for those that just like to go out and have fun on the weekends. The nightclub boasts plenty of events, including theme nights and DJs. So if you like to dance in Queens, you gotta go to PURE.
This Bushwick nightspot is the place to party without pretension. Attracting a loyal crowd of local revelers, Bossa Nova Civic Club has been one of the most popular hotspots to dance the night away in the neighborhood. On offer is a restrained selection of drafts, cocktails as well as juices to fuel the night. Techno and House is the genre of choice, and DJs go all-out to a lively crowd till the wee hours. Tropical decor elements add to the fun vibe of the place, while the popular outdoor area is a relaxed spot to cool your heels, before jumping in for yet another session.
Come dance the night off to various music from Latin, Hip-Hop, Reggae, and Pop music.
This delightful dinner theater features great dining and shows that include hit comedies and interactive murder mysteries, all while dining on an array of exquisite dishes.
Canela Lounge, the hip Queens bar is something to check out if you're into live DJ spinning, themed nights and drink specials. The self-proclaimed 'best cocktail' bar mainly caters to the hip-hop and R&B loving crowd, but that's not to say that you wont hear any of the famous drunken American clichés on Karaoke night. The whole place has a sexy vibe to it, and the people at the door expect patrons to dress the part. So ladies, get out your Manolos, and gents should save the sweat gear and sneakers for the gym. Canela always has a drinks special on offer, however, sometimes they tend to be a bit watered down. So plan on drinking plenty or paying full price for something a little bit more worthwhile. Sometimes a cover, but if you get there early enough you can scrap it at the door.
Central serves up Mediterranean food to New Yorkers in style. The interior is very impressive- leather banquettes, divided from the main floor by waist high glass partitions, line walls made from wide wooden panels, and in the center rests a white-padded bar. Towards the back sits a sushi bar, but the Greek food is Central's real draw, featuring, among other items, a positively delicious goat cheese salad. Outside is a lovely patio that is open during spring and summer for star-gazers and smokers. DJ's spin Greek music early in the night, then turn to European house later, as the club starts to get crowded and the bar warms up. The largely European crowd adds to the Mediterranean ambiance that Central cultivates. Food and drinks are pricey, which may discourage frequent visits, but Central is worth it, especially for a nightspot in Queens.
Come enjoy the nightclub with some friends and cocktail, and your night cannot go wrong here.
Spend the extravagant night in Long Island City at the Super El Noa Noa night club.
Nakisaki is an upscale restaurant and nightclub that serves authentic Jamaican and Chinese cuisine. The modern meals are cooked in adequately less spices and the menu boasts a great varieties of dishes served. With a healthy dose of good sumptuous food, you can also engage in some real fun as the restaurant compliments as a nightclub. Be aware though, that you have to sport a certain dress code to be provided access. For more details on the restaurant, do visit the website or call ahead.