Hotels near Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
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Are you having trouble finding an affordable hotel in New York without breaking the bank? If you want to catch a New York Islanders game at the Coliseum, but you are not sure where to stay, then keep reading. Getting to the stadium is cheap and easy by bus or train from the airport or surrounding area. Visitors arriving from out-of-town will want to stay at a hotel that offers free parking. With dozens of hotel options nearby, there is a perfect hotel to accommodate every situation.

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J House Greenwich
J House Greenwich
1114 E. Putnam Ave, Riverside
from $159
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Cheap Hotels Close to the Stadium

If you are looking for hotels near Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, look no further than Long Island Marriott convention center hotel. It’s the closest hotel to the venue and offers free parking. The indoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna are just a few of the Coliseum's amenities that will make your stay a pleasant one. The on-site restaurant is perfect for having dinner before you head out or for grabbing a late-night snack after the game.

La Quinta Inn and Suites Garden City is less than three miles away and features pillow top beds and complimentary breakfast. Select rooms have a microwave and refrigerator available upon request. Roosevelt Field Shopping Mall and Village of Garden City are less than a quarter of a mile away.

Cheaper Hotels Accessible by Train

There are many hotels along public transportation routes so guests can avoid expensive taxi rides. You can find the bus schedule at and the train schedule at Red Roof Plus Long Island, Garden City has coin laundry and a snack center on the premises. There are plenty of restaurants within walking distance.

Hilton Garden Westbury has an indoor pool and hot tub so you can unwind after an Islanders game. The on-site restaurant, bar, and laundry facilities will make your stay more enjoyable. Holiday Inn Westbury has on-site laundry facilities and fitness center. Sporting News Grill is a full-service restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and room service to Holiday Inn guests. All three hotels offer complimentary Wi-Fi and parking. Public transportation is within walking distance, making it easy to get to the stadium or catch a ride into Manhattan.

The Cheapest Stay in Town

For the traveler on a shoestring budget, Airbnb is a great way to save a ton of money. Most of the options are well under a hundred bucks during hockey season and are in nice, residential neighborhoods. Check out the bus routes before you decide on a place to stay. Many of these residences are not close to the train station, but the NICE bus system has an easy to use website and mobile app.

See the Harlem Globetrotters or Disney on Ice

The Coliseum, on Long Island in Uniondale, NY, has been home to the Islanders since 1972. The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum renovations increased the capacity and it now holds 18,000 people. The Islanders will have a new home at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn starting in the 2015-2016 season. When the Islanders are out-of-town, there is still plenty to see at the Coliseum. Disney on Ice shows and The Harlem Globetrotters are always popular family events. You can catch monster truck shows as well as various concerts too.

During hockey season, there are plenty of affordable hotel options. Save a lot of money by staying at an Airbnb, if you don’t mind being a paying guest in someone’s home. Traditional hotels offer great rates this time of year with free parking included. Don't waste money on parking and taxi rides. The easy access to public transportation makes sightseeing simple.