John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK)

The cheapest (but not the fastest) transfer from JFK to the city is $5 on AirTrain, which connects to the City’s A, E, J, and Z subway trains. Get the AirTrain from the airline terminal and take it to Jamaica Station in Queens. There you can take the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) into Penn Station, New York City or catch the A, E, J, or Z subway. The subway is cheaper but slower, and the LIRR, A, or E gets you the closest to the hotel.

You can get a Yellow taxi outside of the terminal. The fare is a fixed price per car, not person, set at $52 plus tip and tolls. The shared van costs about $17 per person, and it may stop at other hotels before it gets to our hotel.

Always check the airport’s website for the latest news and pricing information.

LaGuardia Airport

The fastest and cheapest way from the airport to Manhattan is the LaGuardia Link Q70 bus, which costs $2.75 and runs nonstop between the airport and the E, F, M, R, and 7 subway stations in Jackson Height, Queens. The E and F Train is the two closest trains to the hotel. The taxi from LaGuardia is not a fixed price, but prices generally cost between $30 and $50.

Always check the airport’s website for the latest news and pricing information.

Newark Liberty Airport

The best route to the hotel is via Airtrain for $13.50 per person from the airport to Penn Station in New York City. You can walk the three blocks from Penn Station to the hotel. Always check the airport’s website for the latest news and pricing information.