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While you lounge on a king-sized bed, watch jets take off on JFK’s runways. Not that you’ll hear them: the floor-to-ceiling windows in this deluxe guestroom are the second-thickest in the world.
TWA Hotel Deluxe King With Runway View

 

Deluxe King
With Runway View

 

The Deluxe King With Runway View guestroom features:

 

  • A view of JFK's runways.
  • A king-sized bed just steps away from your airplane gate.
  • Ultra-quiet, floor-to-ceiling windows — the second-thickest in the world — with blackout shades.
  • Lightning fast Wi-Fi.
  • Authentic Eero Saarinen-designed midcentury modern Knoll furnishings.
  • A custom-built, fully-stocked walnut and brushed brass cocktail bar (minibar charges apply).
  • A gleaming terrazzo-tiled bathroom with a Hollywood-style vanity.
  • Luxurious bedding and a comfortable Sealy mattress.
  • A 50- to 65-inch HDTV with premium cable.
  • Free unlimited local and international calls on retrofitted vintage Western Electric 500 rotary phones.
  • A custom crystallized glass and walnut desk.
  • Custom bath amenities in the shower.
  • Extra large bath towels.
  • A plush robe.
  • A mini refrigerator.
  • A hidden in-room safe.
  • Connection to the Howard Hughes Presidential Suite With Runway View or a Deluxe Double Queen With Runway View.*

 

*Feature available in certain room(s) only.

 

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Deluxe King With Runway View
TWA Hotel Deluxe King With Runway View
Guestroom bathroom
TWA Hotel Guestroom Bathroom
Guestroom bathroom
TWA Hotel Guestroom Bathroom
The TWA Hotel's Runway View
Deluxe King With Runway View
Guestroom minibar
TWA Hotel Guestroom Minibar
Hotel hallway
TWA Hotel Guestroom Hallway

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