United States New York New York City New York City Guide Things To Do Essentials Restaurants Nightlife Where to Stay Neighborhoods Itineraries Events Getaways All New York City 4 Best Hotels for U.S. Open By John Roleke John Roleke John Roleke is a Queens travel expert, guidebook contributor, and freelance writer and photographer. TripSavvy's editorial guidelines Updated on 06/29/19 Fact checked by Erin Medlicott Fact checked by Erin Medlicott on 06/22/19 LinkedIn Twitter New York University Rutgers Erin Medlicott is a fact checker and researcher with a background in lifestyle and finance. TripSavvy's fact-checking Share Pin Email Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Maxian/Getty Images The U.S. Open is a grand slam tennis tournament that takes place annually at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Player in Queens. This year the dates of the tournament are Monday August 26, 2019 to Sunday, September 8, 2019. While you can stay in Manhattan, it's a long commute to go back and forth. If you want to stay near the play, you should get a hotel in Queens. If you are a serious tennis fan, or just want to save a few bucks, the best borough to stay for the U.S. Open is Queens. Here are the Top 4 picks for U.S. Open hotels. Book early as they sell out early and fast. Best All-Around: New York LaGuardia Airport Marriott Marriott Hotels Buy on Tripadvisor.com The New York LaGuardia Airport Marriott has been a top choice for tennis players and TV crews covering the U.S. Open for years. The hotel is across the street from LaGuardia Airport and offers a quick shuttle to the U.S. Open and Arthur Ashe Stadium. Expect quality rooms—maybe not as large as you would hope—but the service is superior and prices are cheaper than Manhattan. The hotel also has a fitness center with everything you need and a restaurant. Closest: Holiday Inn LaGuardia Airport M.O. Stevens/ Wikipedia Commons Buy on Tripadvisor.com The Holiday Inn is the only hotel that can actually bill itself as within walking distance from the U.S. Open (and Citi Field, which is adjacent to the tennis center). But the walk there involves crossing a major, urban thoroughfare so it's best to take a car from the hotel. The hotel is also very close to a subway station that makes easy for you to explore Manhattan once you've gotten your fill of tennis. It also has a restaurant and a bar with televisions so you can watch the tournament even on days when you don't have tickets. Best Hotel for Flushing Meadows: Sheraton LaGuardia East Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel Buy on Tripadvisor.com The Sheraton LaGuardia East is the best hotel in Chinatown, a fairly middle-class neighborhood in Flushing. The hotel caters to the Chinese and Korean business community. If you want to experience a real Queens neighborhood or eat dim sum before a day of tennis, this is the right place for you. There's excellent food—modern takes on Western and Eastern culinary classics—at the hotel's Deluge Restaurant. It's also a quick train ride from the hotel to Flushing Meadows, meaning you'll be watching tennis before you know it. Best Budget: La Quinta Inn Queens LaQuinta Inn Queens Buy on Tripadvisor.com This Sunnyside hotel isn't as posh as the others, but it's a convenient and clean choice in a safe neighborhood. The hotel splits the distance between the U.S. Open and Manhattan and it's only a 5-minute walk to the subway. Try the local Sunnyside restaurants for some of the best ethnic eats in Queens. Coffee can't get any fresher than at Baruir where it's roasted inside the small shop. The motel is nothing special, but your time at the U.S. Open will be even more special for the money you save and the neighborhood you experience. More Hotel Ideas for US Open and Flushing Meadows Carine06/ Wikipedia Commons Need more options? Run a search on Kayak for LaGuardia Airport hotels to see more options convenient to the courts. Most hotels near the airport can help with a shuttle to the Open or arrange a taxi ride. Farther by car and less convenient to Flushing Meadows are the JFK hotels. Public transportation from the JFK hotels to Flushing Meadows is not easy, but it's definitely cheaper than staying in Manhattan. If you do want to stay in Manhattan and have the money for it, then start with our list of cheap, recommended NYC hotels. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit Continue to 5 of 5 below.