Newburgh New York
Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts

Most of the familiar brand name Newburgh New York hotels are near Stewart Airport and the Orange County Choppers HQ off Route 17k.

But if you're looking for a unique experience, try the cozy B&Bs closer to the waterfront on historic Montgomery Street - they make a great base for exploring the Hudson Valley.

Top Hotels in Newburgh, New York

Newburgh is a busy area in the Hudson Valley due to it's proximity to Interstate Highways, airports, business headquarters, and tourist attractions. 

There are so many hotels too choose from. But which one? Well...

Use this list to help you make the right choice.  These top 5 hotels in Newburgh, New York, are ranked in order according to Trip Advisor. 

Courtyard by Marriott: Price: $$$$

4 Governor Drive, Newburgh New York (866)-576-5620

You'll probably find the Courtyard Marriott to be just as nice and modern as the Hilton Garden Inn.

The bonus here is that it's just a touch cheaper than it's #1 competitor.

Visitors report the rooms are spacious, beds very comfortable, the staff is courteous and helpful.

There are 78 rooms that range from double beds to king suites. There's an indoor heated pool and a hot tub and an exercise room; free shuttle bus to the airport; no complimentary breakfast.

The Marriott's Bistro, a small restaurant in the reception area, serves fresh food made to order, and there's a 24 hour convenience store next to the front desk as well.

Prices depend on the season and how far in advance you book them, but you can expect to pay around $169 per night.

Hampton Inn: Price: $$$

1292 Rte 300, Newburgh New York (855)-271-3622

Hampton Inn’s have a strong brand, and judging by the reviews, this hotel is consistent with that reputation.

According to guests, "It's in very good shape."

The rooms are clean and the furniture is new. Staff is friendly, helpful, and do their jobs with a smile.

It's conveniently located next to the highways and the airport and close to many restaurants like Chilis and Five Guys.  

There are 116 rooms. Features include free breakfast; an indoor pool and hot tub; exercise room; business center with computers to use, free coffee and tea in the lobby as well. No free airport shuttle.

Prices depend on the season and how far in advance you book them, but you can expect to pay around $129 per night.

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Super 8: Price $

1287 Route 300, Newburgh New York (845) 564-5700

A good choice if you're in town on a budget and looking for a simple, decent place to crash.

This no frills motel is a little out dated, but according to guests, "It's not bad for the price." Fact is, it's the cheapest game in town.

Bottome line: don't expect much.

The good news, it's right alongside the other hotels, so it’s just as convenient - near the airport, near other restaurants, the OCC headquarters, etc.

Pets allowed. Also, there is a separate smoking wing. Most people report clean rooms. There's no pool, or free shuttle to the airport, but there’s a complimentary breakfast. Beer and wine is available for purchase at the front desk.

Prices depend on the season and how far in advance you book them, but you can expect to pay around $65 per night.

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Comfort Inn: Price: $$$

5 Lakeside Rd., Newburgh New York (845) 567-0567

At the Comfort Inn you'll get a decent hotel, that's "nice enough," to quote one guest.

There are 130 rooms that range from 2 double beds to a single King size with standard amenities. The rooms are small - the biggest won't accommodate more than 4 - but they're clean.

There's free breakfast, wifi, a fitness room, and a coin operated washer dryer on location. No pool and no free airport shuttle.

Some complaints from visitors on Trip Advisor have been that the beds aren't very big, and the whole hotel feels a bit shabby and out of date with worn out decor.

Prices depend on the season and how far in advance you book them, but you can expect to pay around $129 per night.

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Bed and Breakfasts in Newburgh, York 

These two historic houses are located on gorgeous Montgomery street, and are within striking distance of the waterfront and other cultural attractions in Newburgh NY.

Stockbridge Ramsdell House:

Price: $95-175 per night

158 Montgomery Street, Newburgh New York (845)-562-9310

I’m more of a B&B guy myself.

B&Bs carry an essence which corporate franchises could never capture, despite all their well-meaning smiles.

B&Bs (the good one's at least) have soul, they've got a history, a life unto themselves. They offer comforts of home and breakfasts cooked with care. You'll find friendly hosts who are also most likely the owners of the home and business - ensuring you're well looked after.

The Stockbridge Ramsdell House on the Hudson is one such B&B. Built in 1870 in the Queene Anne Victorian style - it was the home of Homer Stockbridge Ramsdell, president of the Erie Railroad and the person who brought the Erie railroad to Newburgh New York.

The house has sweeping panoramic views the Hudson river and is located on Historic Montgomery street. It's also within walking distance of the waterfront area with it’s top-notch restaurants, film center, and passenger cruise boats.

The house offers 5 comfortable, air-conditioned guest rooms furnished with antiques, luxury linens, and all the essential amenities. Two rooms have fireplaces and two have private porches overlooking the Hudson River.

Hosts Nancy and Parish will whip up a hearty and delicious breakfast for you (bacon quiche, anyone?) and can be very helpful recommending fun activities in the area.

Room rates range from $95 - $175 a night. Several of the rooms can accommodate up to 3 guests. Full breakfast includes fruit and juice, homemade baked goods, a hot entrée with side dishes. Coffee and tea available upon request at all times. Wifi available.

Goldsmith Denniston House:

Price: $175 per night

227 Montgomery Street Newburgh New York (845) 562-8076

The Goldsmith Denniston House is a little tricky to find, as there’s no sign...

But, if you’re coming south on Montgomery, it’s the 3rd house on the right. After you pass Broad St. keep your eyes peeled for this gorgeous white federal style mansion with the black shutters.

The mansion was built in 1820 for Mr. Goldsmith Denniston, a local attorney. It changed hands several times and has been updated and restored throughout the years while keeping its history in tact.

The current owner/innkeeper, Nancy Billman updated and renovated the house extensively with her late husband, Peter. Nancy is a professional caterer and grew up in the house. Naturally, she takes great pride in her 'homestead' and has a deep knowledge of the area and the surrounding properties.

The Goldsmith Denniston House offers 4 bedrooms decorated with antique furnishings. All rooms have air-conditioning, queen sized beds, and private bathrooms. The large living room has two marble fireplaces, tall ceilings, and comfortable furniture. Wifi in every room.

There's a cozy library stocked with old books and a backyard complete with a garden and fountain. You're within walking distance of the waterfront with it's top-notch restaurants and cruise boats.

There are friendly outdoor cats and 4 house dogs to keep you company if you want. But they are not allowed in the common areas, so won't interfere with your trip if your not a 'pet' person or have allergies.

Nancy will prepare an excellent breakfast and can be accommodating with times for breakfast to be served.

The house is open for weddings, and other parties up to 125 guests. Catering available.

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