Clarion Hotel Empire Meadowlands Hotel
2 Harmon Plaza
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Phone: (201) 348-6900
Fax: (201) 348-1407
2 Harmon Plaza, Secaucus, NJ, US, 07094
- Phone: (201) 348-6900
- Fax: (201) 348-1407
This multi-purpose arena is home of the New Jersey Nets basketball team and the New Jersey Devils football team. It has won numerous awards for its state-of-the-art facilities, such as the 'Arena of the Year' and the 'Prime Site Award'. Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Elton John, Madonna, U2, Celine Dion, Eric Clapton, Bon Jovi, Britney Spears and Eminem are a few of the famous stars that have performed at sold-out concerts here.
Prodessional limo and car service for the Tri-State area. From airport runs to corporate events, shuttle services, night-outs, weddings, and more; they cater to it all.
At Marcos Limo, they personalize their New Jersey and New York luxury sedan and limo services with individual care.
Incorporated as a city in 1855, Hoboken has gone down in history as being the place where the first ever recorded baseball match took place. This city developed its waterfront in the early 19th Century and became a prime residential locality. Today its vibrant cultural scene entices visitors from other states too who participate in annual festivals.
The Church of Our Lady of Grace is a Roman Catholic Church nestled in the buzzing area of Hoboken and Jersey City. Established in 1851 it continues to be a place of worship till date. Regular masses and baptisms are held at the church. The grand architecture is reminiscent of the bygone centuries. This quaint church is a peaceful and calm place to connect with the God.
Hoboken Taxi and Limo Service serves Hoboken and Hudson County area. They provide clients with luxury cars for a low price.
Do you enjoy riding the bikes? If yes, then you might want to check out this place called Bike and Roll that offers different types of bikes on rent for bikers of all levels. You can actually take a bike tour along the scenic delights that dot the city. Filled with thrills along the way, this is a must-do while in town. Call for hours.
The John J. Harvey is a fireboat with a reputation of being one of the most powerful fireboats ever built. It was capable of pumping 18,000 gallons (68,137 liters) of water per minute. The Harvey was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. It is most notable for its comeback post the September 11, 2001 attacks.
The Javits Center was designed by architect I.M. Pei and built in the 1980s. It is a massive steel and glass structure covering five city blocks between the 34th and 39th streets, and somewhat removed from the subway system and the heart of the city. It primarily showcases trade shows such as the New York International Boat Show, the New York International Auto Show, Internet World and PC Expo.
Offers town cars, limousines, a mini-van and fourteen passenger vans are available. Serves the tri-state area with experience and professional drivers.
A grocery store, a cutlery shop and a cooking class; The Brooklyn Kitchen is all this and more. Located in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of New York, this little place has an amazing range of kitchen knives and tableware. The grocery store out here is unlike any other local mart, and stuffs some of the freshest produce of meat, vegetables and specialty foods. Regular events and cooking classes also keep taking place, which gladly sees a lot of participants from the neighborhood.
Pubs, boutique hotels, bistros, cafes and chic restaurants all have one ingredient that is of crucial importance to the success. These establishments have all one name in common, Studio Gaia. Blending innovative designs, customized hues and neo-modern furniture is an art that this studio has mastered to perfection. They are the newest kid on the block as far as interior design goes but their success gains momentum with every project. Be it Michael Jordan's restaurant, The Westin chain of hotels or private residences, Gaia promises individuality and exclusivity enhanced by the en-vogue minimalist bend.