Luggage storage Queens

Store your luggage near Queens for just $4.90 per 24h/bag

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$1,000 insurance included
No size restrictions
Free booking cancellation
Bags accepted: 37,139

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Storage points near Queens

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Where to store luggage near Queens?

Are you looking for secure luggage storage near Queens? We understand how much you enjoy getting around New York, so we want to make it as easy as possible for you!

Qeepl provides a practical and affordable solution for luggage storage near Queens. For $4.90 per 24h, you can store bag, suitcase, backpack or even jacket in one of our storage points in New York, including several places near Queens.

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Book a luggage storage near Queens

Your New York visit is about to end but your B&B or hotel does not allow you to store your suitcases after check-out? No problem! We have instructions for the last day of the most fantastic holiday you have ever had! Use our website or download the Qeepl app and book a place at our luggage storage point near Queens to enjoy your day!

If you don't have time, don't worry about it! Our service is fast, safe, and reliable. If you want to know more about us, please feel free to contact us. Qeepl is an efficient luggage storage network all over the country, which can simplify your travel and life!


Queens luggage storage 2022

Queens New York Luggage storage

Queens is both the second-most-populous borough in New York City as well as the fifth-most-populous borough in the United States. It is also the largest of the five boroughs. There are many things you will love about Queens. But first, you want to leave your bag with Qeepl for safekeeping so you can be free to explore the borough. So, use our map now to find out our luggage storage facility near you. Now that your bags are safe let us now show you around Queens. Queens was established in 1683. At the time, it was one of the twelve original counties of the Province of New York. It would later become a borough in 1898 following the consolidation of the towns of Jamaica, Long Island City, Flushing, and Newtown.

Queens has many interesting facts that you will be interested to know. The first is that this borough is one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the United States. This is because the over 2.3 million people living here came from over 225 countries. Second, Queens was named after a monarch – a queen. It was named after Queen Catherine of Braganza. She is the wife of King Charles the second. The third interesting fact is that Queens is home to the U.S. Tennis Open. This is because of the hosting of the tennis tournament in Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, Queens.

Where to Eat?

All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. In the same way, all touring and sightseeing without eating will only cause you to become uncomfortable. You need to eat! And there are several places you can find the best restaurants near Queens. We have a couple of suggestions you will be interested in:

  • Casa Enrique
  • Adda
  • Khao Kang
  • Pata Paplean
  • Usha Foods
  • Taste Good
  • White Bear
  • Kung Fu Xiao Long Bao
  • Comfortland
  • Nepali Bhanchha Ghar

Where to go?

Are you looking for things to do near Queens? There are lots of things to do during your layover because Queens is filled with lots of activities. So, you will never get bored. So, here are some of the best places you should add to your tour book while at Queens:

  • The Noguchi Museum, Queens
  • Citi Field
  • Louis Armstrong House Museum
  • The Rockaways
  • Socrates Sculpture Park
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport
  • MoMA PS1
  • New York Hall of Science
  • Museum of Moving Image
  • Queens Museum
  • LaGuardia Airport
  • USTA National Tennis Center
  • Lockwood
  • Press 195
  • Flushing Meadows Corona Park
  • Gantry Plaza State Park
  • Finback Brewery
  • Park Side Restaurant
  • Queens Botanical Garden
  • Alley Pond Park
  • Queens Zoo & Aquarium
  • Circus Warehouse

How to get to Queens?

The easiest ways to get to Queens are by Taxicabs and the NYC Transit Subway/train station, and NYC Transit Bus routes.

  • Subway is the shortest trip because it takes approximately 30 minutes. It is also affordable – costing only $3.

  • The bus is also cheap (it costs around $7). You only need to be patient because the trip takes between 45 and 50 minutes.

  • You can also drive the entire distance if you have a car. You will drive for 19 minutes to cover about 18.2 miles.