With a stay at Holiday Inn Westbury in Carle Place (Woodbury - Plainview), you'll be convenient to Roosevelt Field Mall and Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. This hotel is within close proximity of Hofstra University and Capital One Bank Theatre at Westbury.
Make yourself at home in one of the 152 air-conditioned rooms featuring MP3 docking stations and high-definition televisions. Your bed comes with triple sheeting and Egyptian cotton sheets. Windows open to pool and courtyard views. Satellite programming and video-game consoles are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities including a 24-hour fitness facility and a seasonal outdoor pool. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, wedding services, and tour/ticket assistance.
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and business services. Planning an event in Carle Place? This hotel has 5000 square feet (465 square meters) of space consisting of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. Self parking is available onsite.
Capers has dry-cured a name for itself as a steady purveyor of specialty Italian meats, cheeses, and imported European delicacies, in addition to filling neighborhood bellies with classic deli fare. In the wee hours of each morning, Capers hoists itself out of bed to nourish its patrons with morning fare that ranges from basic to downright savory, including signature breakfast sandwiches ($3.99–$4.99) and three-egg omelettes ($4.99).
Meats, cheeses, fruits, and veggies line the counters and display cases at DaVinci Gourmet Market, where chefs draw upon a palette of fresh ingredients to compose take-home entrees and catered meals each day. To-go containers nearly overflow with wild-rice salad or crab cakes, and entrees of grilled salmon or roasted chicken make for ephemeral table centerpieces. The sun rises over omelets and traditional two-egg breakfasts, and the lunch menu’s specialty paninis invoke the Leaning Tower of Pisa with their stacked toppings and unstable groundwork of toasted ciabatta bread.
At Revel, the culinary team's careful execution of new American cuisines with worldly influences have caught the attention of more than the locals. The restaurant earned the praises of the New York Times' food critic Joann Starkey, whose visit was replete with cuisine that hit the mark. Starkey isn't Revel's only fan; the restaurant makes frequent appearances on best-of lists, taking home honors as Long Island Restaurant News's Best Restaurant, Best Chef, and Best Deal of 2014 and one of Newsday's Top 20 Restaurants of 2013. The dinner menu bears out these accolades. Meals starts with appetizers?such as roasted brussels sprouts drizzled with juniper honey and topped with cherries and pecorino?which lead up to entrees including braised pork osso bucco, grilled atlantic swordfish, and an 8-ounce filet mignon with a tiny flag that reads, "You made it."
Established in 1965 by Italian brothers lured westward by the American dream, Umberto's Restaurant & Pizzeria is less of a eatery and more of an institution. The award-winning pizza has lured the likes of Mayor Giuliani to the original location, which has since spawned several more. No matter the locale, a Tuscan-style ambiance is permeated with the scents of seafood marinara, veal parmigiana, and pizzas that come in Sicilian and Neapolitan styles, among others.
Within a 20,000-square-foot facility, Active Kidz hosts a panoply of interactive games and hands-on physical activities to excite, entertain, and exercise daring youngsters. Enter the 4,500-square-foot laser tag arena for a doubleheader of wave-particle conflict. Teams battle evil robots and each other in the setting of a post-apocalyptic future where only the strongest of vests survive. Alternately, exploring pairs climb into the adventure maze, a four-level labyrinth sporting tunnels, bridges, and a minotaur that has remained tangled in the web-climb for untold eons. More than 40 play elements exercise pint-sized imaginations, while two slides teach kids the thrill of gravitational velocity. Two $10 arcade cards give access to the non-redemption games in the room of digital diversions, and triumphs are toasted with bubbly sodas.