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Holiday Inn Express Chester

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Address:
Holiday Inn Express Chester
2 Bryle Place
Chester, NY 10918
Local Number:
845-469-3000
RealHotels.com Rating:
10 out of 10
Rooms:
64
Suites:
16
Floors:
3
Check In Time:
3:00 pm
Check Out Time:
11:00 am
Local Rate Range:
From $129 to $219 per night *
In Rooms:
Cable TV. Coffee Maker. Hair Dryer. Iron & Ironing Board. Data Line. In Room Movies. Wake Up Service. Voice Mail.
Other Info:
Complimentary Morning Newspaper. Self Parking Available. Fitness Center. Business Center. Spa. Pets Allowed. Fully Air-Conditioned. Non-Smoking Rooms Available. Smoking Rooms Available. Complimentary Breakfast. Indoor Pool. 24-Hour Security. Interior Room Entrance.
Getting to the Hotel:
From New York City: Take I-87 North towards Albany. Next head west on Route 17 (Thruway exit 16) towards Middletown. Take the Route 94 Exit (exit 126), make a right on Route 94. Turn left on Route 17M, the hotel is located on the west side of Route 17M
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