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Directions

How to get to the TWA Hotel

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If you're driving

The TWA Hotel is located at JFK Airport near Terminal 5. Upon entering the airport, proceed toward Terminal 5 and follow the traffic signs to our main entrance. If you’re taking a ride-sharing service, type TWA Hotel into the app. Valet parking is available for $10 (up to 30 minutes), $20 (up to one hour), $30 (up to two hours), and $48 (daily maximum charge or overnight stays when you collect your car by 11 am). Self parking is also available in JFK's yellow lot between Terminals 5 and 6. Find information at jfkairport.com.

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If you're taking the AirTrain

You can take the AirTrain 24/7 to and from the TWA Hotel. Exit at the Terminal 5 stop and follow the signs to JetBlue’s baggage claim area. At baggage claim, follow the signs to the TWA Hotel elevator. Take the elevator up to the flight tube and walk through the tube to the lobby of the hotel.

A note about the AirTrain: The AirTrain connects all terminals to airport parking lots, the rental car center and NYC’s public transportation at the Jamaica and Howard Beach Stations, where you can find the subway, the Long Island Rail Road and public buses. The AirTrain is free within JFK and between the TWA Hotel and all terminals. If you end or start your trip at the Jamaica or Howard Beach Stations, a $5 fee is payable by a MetroCard available at those stations. The AirTrain runs as often as every 7 minutes during peak times. Find more information on the AirTrain and public transportation at jfkairport.com or mta.info.

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The terminal's iconic flight tube leads to the TWA Hotel's lobby.

If you’re walking over from JetBlue Terminal 5

From JetBlue’s baggage claim area, follow the signs to the TWA Hotel elevator. Take the elevator up to the flight tube and walk through the tube to the lobby of the hotel.

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