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John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) Hotels

Conveniently located in the New York City borough of Queens, John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is one of the busiest airports in the United States. With 6 operating passenger terminals, this colossal transport hub is like a city in itself. Dining options are virtually limitless, with everything from fast food favorites to upscale bistros on offer. If you’d like a drink before take-off, you’re similarly spoilt for choice, with homely Irish pubs, chic martini bars, and elegant wine rooms all vying for your attention.

Hotels in John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

With central Manhattan a short distance away, some of the world’s finest hotels are within easy reach. If you have an early flight to catch, there are plenty of hotels near John F. Kennedy International Airport, including some directly outside the passenger terminals. Many of these are smart, mid-range hotels, with great amenities like 24-hour fitness centers, state-of-the-art business facilities, and free WiFi.

Where to stay

Most New York visitors make a beeline for Manhattan, home to world-famous landmarks like the majestic Empire State Building, shopping paradise 5th Avenue, neon-lit Times Square, and the urban oasis of Central Park. If you’re keen to avoid tourist hotspots, you could base yourself in Brooklyn, with its thriving artistic community, handsome brownstone houses, and effortlessly hip bars and restaurants.

How to get to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

The airport is served by flights from all over the United States, plus many major international cities, such as London, Paris, Moscow, Tokyo, and Shanghai. Once you land, midtown Manhattan is around 35 minutes away by car. Fixed rate taxis and rental cars are readily available. AirTrain JFK is a round-the-clock rail service connecting the airport with both the New York City Subway and the Long Island Rail Road.

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