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"John F. Kennedy Airport is one of the largest and busiest airports"

John F. Kennedy Airport is one of the largest and busiest airports in the world and is located on Jamaica Bay in southeast Queens, New York. The airport, which covers over 1,000 acres, is so large that it has its own zip code. It serves 100 air carriers from 50 countries. Among them are the discount carrier Jet Blue, Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, Cathay Pacific, KLM, US Airways and Virgin Atlantic. JFK also services cargo carriers like FedEx and DHL. There are four runways around JFK's central terminus. The airport is the only one in New York City large enough to handle jumbo jets like the 747. More from this guide...

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JFK is not only one of the largest, but is also one of the busiest airports. This is fitting since it is located in one of the most action-packed cities in the world–New York. Though it is not in the heart of the city, JFK is located in Queens so you can see more than one borough and experience the outskirts of the city, while being able to easily access Manhattan. That's why the hotels in that area are so appropriate and convenient.After you've seen the sights, eaten the cuisine, and walked the city streets, you'll need to get back home. But not before you do some exploring at JFK airport first. The airport has lots to do while you await your flight home. Eat at popular restaurants, like Chili's, Au Bon Pain, and Subway, at one of the eight JFK terminals. Shops like Cartier, Clinique, Swarovski, and Fossil are all places where you can shop to take away any travel stress you may be feeling before your flight.

Lodging & Accommodations close to JFK International Airport (JFK)

Hilton Garden Inn Queens / Jfk Airport - Jamaica
+1-888-389-4121
148 18 134th St., Jamaica, NY 11430 ~0.16 miles north of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~2 minute walk
  • Within half a mile of one of the country's busiest airports is the Hilton Garden Inn JFK Airport. You'll be close to Shea Stadium, Yankee Stadium, and only 15 miles away from the center of it all -- Times Square, New York. The hotel has an indoor pool so you can go swimming on your trip even if you're caught in the middle of a snowstorm in January. High-speed Internet access helps keep you connected with your family, friends, and office, while you get ready to enjoy yourself in one of the great cities of the world.
  • 3 star Airport property
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
  • Average restaurant service
  • Close to JFK
From$101
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Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel
+1-888-675-2083
132 26 South Conduit Ave., Jamaica, NY 11430 ~0.18 miles northwest of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~3 minute walk
  • High end Airport property
  • Check-in time: 4pm
  • Parking should be cheaper
  • Breakfast can be improved
From$102
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Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel
+1-800-716-8490
13226 South Conduit Ave., Jamaica, NY 11430 ~0.20 miles northwest of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~3 minute walk
  • Three Star Airport hotel
  • Check-in: 4pm
From$159
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Crowne Plaza Jfk Airport New York City
+1-800-805-5223
138 10 135th Ave., Jamaica, NY 11436 ~0.42 miles northeast of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~7 minute walk
  • High-end Airport property
  • 14 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Air conditioning was criticized by 100%
  • Housekeeping can be a problem
Nest
+1-888-965-1860
133 14. 140 St., Jamaica, NY 11436 ~0.50 miles northeast of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~8 minute walk
  • High end hotel
  • Check-in: 2pm -12
Ri New York Jfk Airport : 142 30 135th Ave.
+1-888-788-5576
142 30 135th Ave., Jamaica, NY 11436 ~0.55 miles northeast of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~9 minute walk
  • Affordable hotel
  • Check-in: 15:00
Hilton New York Jfk : 144 02 135th Ave.
+1-888-897-9207
144 02 135th Ave., Jamaica, NY 11436 ~0.57 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~10 minute walk
  • Midscale Airport hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00pm
Hampton Inn NY-JFK Jamaica-Queens
+1-888-311-4278
144 10 135th Ave., Jamaica, NY 11436 ~0.61 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~10 minute walk
  • Start your day off right with breakfast at the Hampton Inn JFK Airport. With On the House Hot Breakfast and On the Run Breakfast Bags, you're sure to get what you need to get your day going. You'll need your energy to visit nearby landmarks, such as Broadway, Rockefeller Center, and virtually anywhere when you ride the New York City Subway system. And there are lots of amenities to keep you connected to the rest of the world, including Internet, USA Today, and a coffeemaker.
  • 3-star Airport hotel
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
From$169
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Courtyard by Marriott New York JFK Airport
+1-888-469-4795
145 11 North Conduit Ave., Jamaica, NY 11436 ~0.66 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~11 minute walk
  • Mid-scale Airport hotel
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
From$149
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Radisson Hotel JFK Airport - Jamaica
+1-888-734-9421
135 30 140th St., Jamaica, NY 11436 ~0.92 miles northeast of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~16 minute walk
  • Just a half hour away from the excitement of New York City, the Radisson Hotel JFK Airport is the perfect destination for your getaway. You'll be able to get to Radio City, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Times Square, and more from this hotel. Whether you're in the Big Apple for business or pleasure, the hotel will have all the amenities to serve your stay. You'll be extremely close to the airport and conveniently able to get there with complimentary shuttle service.
  • Three Star Airport hotel
  • Hotel has 12 floors
  • Pillows were smelly
  • Great location
Super 8 by Wyndham Jamaica North Conduit
+1-888-841-5292
15167 North Conduit Ave., Jamaica, NY 11434 ~1.02 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~18 minute walk
  • Inexpensive hotel
  • 44 rooms in property
Marriott New York Jfk Airport
+1-888-455-5160
135 25 142nd St., Jamaica, NY 11436 ~1.06 miles northeast of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~19 minute walk
  • 4-star hotel
  • 360 sleeping rooms in hotel
Best Western Jfk Airport Hotel in Jamaica
+1-888-965-8297
14425 153rd Ln, Jamaica, NY 11434 ~1.08 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~19 minute walk
  • No matter where you're from or what language you speak, the multilingual staff at the Best Western Kennedy Airport will be able to accommodate you. Just five minutes away from the airport, the Best Western is extremely convenient in its location since its in such close proximity to Manhattan. You'll also have easy access to the other boroughs to take in all that New York City has to offer. Enjoy your stay in New York with a well-rounded excursion.
  • 3-star Airport property
  • Shuttle from airport available
Holiday Inn Express Kennedy Airport, an IHG Hotel
+1-888-906-6358
153 70 South Conduit Ave., Jamaica, NY 11434 ~1.10 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~19 minute walk
  • Three Star Airport property
  • Free breakfast available
  • Most guests said the reception staff was great
  • Most guests complained about the elevator
Days Inn by Wyndham Jamaica / JFK Airport
+1-888-749-6785
144 26 153rd Court, Jamaica, NY 11434 ~1.12 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~20 minute walk
  • The Days Inn JFK Airport is just a quarter-mile from the airport and has 24-hour complimentary shuttle service to and from your terminal. With restaurants just blocks away from the hotel, you'll have the option of getting out from the premises if you need to grab a quick bite before heading to one of the exciting attractions that make New York such a fast-paced place. But also be sure to take advantage of the complimentary continental breakfast each morning before you start your day!
  • Two star Airport hotel
  • 4 floors in property
  • Not the best view
  • Free internet
Rodeway Inn Near JFK Airport : 136 05 Cranston St.
+1-888-878-9982
136 05 Cranston St., Jamaica, NY 11434 ~1.20 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~21 minute walk
  • Two-star property
  • Hotel has 30 rooms
Jfk Inn : 154 10 South Conduit Ave.
+1-888-389-4485
154 10 South Conduit Ave., Jamaica, NY 11434 ~1.23 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~22 minute walk
  • Two-star Airport hotel
  • Hotel has 70 rooms
  • Internet is poor
  • Front staff were clueless
Fairfield Inn by Marriott Jfk Airport in Jamaica
+1-888-389-4121
156 08 Rockaway Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11434 ~1.27 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~22 minute walk
  • A completely non-smoking hotel, the Fairfield Inn by Marriott JFK Airport will never give you that stuffy feeling you may get from other places with smoking rooms. And with complimentary shuttle service to the New York City Subway you'll be in the center of the fast-paced city in no time! You'll get to visit Times Square and see all the lights you've only seen in the movies, walking the streets of a city that they say never sleeps.
  • 3 star Airport hotel
  • 5 floors in property
  • Excellent wellness & sports facilities
  • More comfort would be nice
From$115
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Sleep Inn Jfk Airport Rockaway Blvd : 153 75 Rockaway Blvd.
+1-888-675-2083
153 75 Rockaway Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11434 ~1.29 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~23 minute walk
  • Inexpensive hotel
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
Howard Johnson by Wyndham Jamaica NY Near AirTrain JFK - Jamaica
+1-800-716-8490
139 09 Archer Ave., Jamaica, NY 11435 ~1.30 miles east of JFK International Airport (JFK)
~23 minute walk
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • 2 suites in hotel
  • No signal
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
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1. Hilton Garden Inn QueensThe Hilton Garden Inn Queens is a crowd-pleasing 3-Star hotel located ~0.2 mi. north of JFK International Airport and approx. a 3 minute hike by foot. Travelers gave this hotel an aggregate guest review score of 4/5.4 /5 Guest Reviews
2. Sheraton Jfk Airport HotelThe Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel is a crowd-pleasing 4-Star hotel located ~0.2 mi. northwest of JFK International Airport and approx. a 3 minute hike by foot. With a verified guest score of 4/5, this makes it one of the finest lodging options nearby JFK International Airport.4 /5 Guest Reviews
3. Sheraton Jfk Airport HotelThe Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel is a well-liked 3-Star hotel located about 0.2 miles northwest of JFK International Airport and roughly a 3 minute stroll. Recent hotel guests gave this hotel a guest review score of 4/5.4 /5 Guest Reviews
4. Crowne Plaza Jfk Airport New York CityThe Crowne Plaza Jfk Airport New York City is a leading 4 star hotel located approx. 0.4 miles northeast of JFK International Airport and about a 7 min. stroll by foot. With a guest review score of 3.5 out of 5, this makes it one of the ideal lodging options close to JFK International Airport.3.5 /5 Guest Reviews
5. Hilton New York JfkThe Hilton New York Jfk is a favored 3-Star hotel located ~0.6 mi. east of JFK International Airport and approx. a 10 minute walk by foot. Travelers gave this hotel an average guest review rating of 4/5.4 /5 Guest Reviews

5 Best Hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK)

JFK airport began as Idlewild airport, named after a former golf club in the area. Idlewild was actually a nickname, as the formal name of the airport was New York International Airport, Anderson Field. The first flight occurred on July 1, 1948.

Idlewild was renamed after the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Aside from the many air carriers it serves, it is also very convenient for New York's famous mass transit system. The Q3 bus makes regular stops between the 169th street bus terminal in Jamaica and the airport. The free AirTrain JFK, a breezy monorail gives passengers a view of the futuristic looking airport and takes them not only between the eight terminals, but to the car rental companies. It also takes passengers to the subway and the Long Island Railroad Station on Sutphin Boulevard. The one drawback is that the passengers do have to pay to leave the AirTrain. The AirTrain runs in a loop around the airport and one arrives at a terminal every ten minutes.

JFK also has a state-of-the-art control tower, which was designed by the firm of Pei, Cobb, Freed & Partners. The airport also generates its own electricity and has fuel storage facility with a capacity of 32 million gallons of jet fuel.

Attractions

Empire State Building
One of New York City's most visited attractions is the world famous Empire State Building. Rising 1,250 feet into the New York City skyline, the Empire State Building has two observation decks where visitors can enjoy amazing views of the city by day or night. Because of the site's popularity, there are often long lines of people waiting to take the elevator to the observation decks. Visitors can choose to purchase their tickets in advance in order to shorten their waiting time.

Rockefeller Center
Famous for its Christmas tree, Radio City Music Hall and ice skating rink, the Rockefeller Center attracts many visitors to its Top of the Rock Observation Deck where they can see stunning views of the city as well as landmarks like the Empire State Building and Central Park. The Rockefeller Center also offers many dining and shopping options.

The Ellis Island Immigration Museum
A must do in New York City is a tour of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Here, visitors can learn the history of many of the immigrants who arrived in America through Ellis Island. Visitors will be moved by the personal stories of immigrants who left their homelands and families for a better life in America. The museum features fascinating exhibits, photographs, films, artifacts and interactive displays. Visitors can also purchase a ferry ticket to Ellis Island itself.

Central Park
Central Park offers relaxation and recreation to residents and visitors alike from the hustle and bustle of New York City. Covering more than 843 acres of green spaces, formal gardens, charming bridges and lakes, Central Park presents many outdoor activities such as carousel rides, walking, jogging, cycling, boating, swimming, tennis, skating, rock climbing, bird watching and more.

Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is an impressive complex of 26 buildings housing more than two million works of art collected from ancient cultures to contemporary times. Visitors can admire arts from Ancient Egypt, Greece, Asia, the Medieval Age and many others. See stunning paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, textiles, artifacts and much more. Additionally, the museum offers several restaurants and a gift shop.

Times Square
Times Square is an attraction that should be experienced by every visitor to New York City. Famous for its annual New Year's Eve ball drop, Times Square is a commercial district that is a hub of activity, packed with bright lights and flashing billboards. As well as taking photos, visitors to Times Square can enjoy eating, shopping and watching Broadway performances.

Detailed Map of JFK Airport

map of JFK airport

Transportation

AirTrain
If you are looking for a way to get around New York, while also providing transportation to and from the JFK airport, check out the AirTrain in New York. The AirTrain runs 24/7 and has a station at the airport as well as throughout New York. This easy method of transportation can help you to avoid the traffic in the city, getting you to and from the airport quickly.

Taxis
New York is known for its many taxis and finding a cab is not very difficult throughout the city. The city features several independent cab companies, including Yellow Cab, Black Pearl, Metroline Car Service, Crosby Private Taxi, Super Class Radio Dispatch and many more. The taxis also provide service to JFK airport from anywhere in the city. no matter where you are in New York, you will be able to find a taxi to take care of your transportation needs.

Private Shuttles
New York City also includes a number of private shuttles. If you are staying at one of the hotels in the city, the chances are that they have a shuttle, which can provide you with transportation to certain destinations as well as to and from the JFK airport. There are also private companies that provide shuttle services as well as rental agencies where you can rent a shuttle for large groups or parties.

Rental Cars
If you want to have a little bit more flexibility in where you go and when you are traveling, there are many rental car agencies in town as well as at the JFK airport. With agencies ranging from National to Alamo, Avis, Enterprise, Hertz, Dollar and many more, you will not have any problem getting a rental car. The agencies offer a number of different sizes and models to meet your needs, whether you just need a compact car or a van during your time in New York.

SuperShuttle
New York City also includes the SuperShuttle that will pick you up from anywhere in New York, whether it is at your hotel or your home, and take you to your destination. They will also pick you up or drop you off at the JFK airport. The SuperShuttle is a scaled down bus system, allowing you to share your ride with others going in the same direction. You can even prepay for your ride, helping you to save time.

Where to Shop

Saks Fifth Avenue's incredible journey began in 1924 as the largest retail store in the country; throughout the decades it has dedicated itself to providing fabulous designs by Dior, Ralph Lauren, Vera Wang and many more top designers. Saks Fifth Avenue has been attracting people from around the world for an incredible shopping experience.

Bloomingdale's has come a long way since they first opened their doors in 1892; the one thing that hasn't changed in a hundred and twenty years is their dedication to bringing their customers the trendiest, most up to date fashions. Although Bloomindales is one of the oldest stores in New York City, it also one of the trendiest; stepping through the doors, you will revel in its splendor. Each floor has clothing, shoes, and merchandise from all the top designers.

FOA Swartz is the ultimate toy store; it is a hundred and fifty years old and is the favorite place for children both young and young at heart; walking through this spectacular store is like a dream come true for all. Whether your looking for a unique gift or something special, this is the place to be. FAO Swartz has been mesmerizing children for generations upon generations; the quality and innovation of their merchandise will guarantee they will be here in another hundred and fifty years.

Grand Central Station is a place where people from outside New York City would never think of shopping; however, the shops in Grand Central station have the best clothing, the best chocolate and some of the best entertainment in the city. The station is a landmark itself, restored to its splendor, each architectural detail can be seen everywhere you look.

Barneys New York has something for everyone; every year, millions of people from around the world walk through these doors; whether you are looking for a cool pair of jeans or a Prada suit, Barneys is the place to be. It is a true experience walking through these doors.

Bergdorf Goodman is an icon; this incredible building is as rich in history as it is for its top designer merchandise; it leaves you with an almost euphoric feeling when you walk through this magnificent building. After a long day of shopping, whether for clothes shoes or accessories on the many levels of Bergdorf Goodman, you may be a little fatigued; stop in at the day spa or beauty salon to rejuvenate yourself!

Special Events

For art and musical enthusiasts, a trip to New York's River to River Arts Festival is a real treat! This festival features over sixty events and attractions each year in dance, music, art, film, and poetry. Not only is the River to River Arts Festival appropriate for all ages, but every event is free!

If you are looking for a fun and visually-appealing way to spend the day in New York, look no further than the Mermaid Parade in the month of June! The parade has been a staple in New York for over thirty years, and is always promised to draw a crowd. This mermaid-themed event features wild costumes, unique floats, car shows, and is fun for the whole family!

Singles, couples, and families alike enjoy New York's Midsummer Night Swing festival. For over twenty years, New York streets have been taken over by the sounds of salsa, swing, and hiphop expression. Midsummer Night Swing gives you the opportunity to share your moves, participate in dance workshops, and work out new skills in front of live musical entertainment!

A Taste of New York is an international food event including delicacies all over the Big Apple. Many chefs and world-class restaurants participate in cooking demonstrations and free sampling. Next time you're in New York, plan to attend A Taste of New York, and visit up to twenty booths filled with delicious surprises and gifts!

New York is also home to the annual Rockabilly Music Festival. Visitors will enjoy musical performances, as well as sideshows and activity booths. For adults, the Rockabilly Music Festival also features burlesque acts from all over the world. With unique music and entertainment, the Rockabilly Music Festival is definitely worth the trip!

Being such a large city, New York is home to many different communities including Manhattan's "Chinatown". Each year, thousands of tourists flock to Chinatown to celebrate the Chinese New Year. This ultimate celebration includes ten days of fun, food, dancing, and parades! Chinese New Year is also celebrated with the Chinese New Year Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall.

Can't make it to Louisiana for Mardi Gras? Well, that is no problem if you're in New York City. Every year Mardi Gras is celebrated in Manhattan. The event is a day filled with beads, costumes, and amazing drinks! You'll feel like you've transported to New Orleans once you've arrived at New York's official Mardi Gras parade.

New York is an urban jungle full of architectural delights and attractions for all visitors. Bright lights and a bustling culture both day and night; the city truly never sleeps. New York City is the largest city in the United States and is full of history and new opportunities. The busy John F. Kennedy Airport is located just 15 miles from the action downtown, and hosts several means of transportation to get there. Practice flagging down a taxi or use the famous subway system to explore the city. There are a number of hotels near the airport, including the Hilton Garden Inn JFK, which offers a breakfast buffet and airport shuttle.Why travelers visit New York: Times Square, Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Empire State Building, Wall Street, and many sports teams like the Yankees, Knicks, Rangers and Mets.

About JFK Airport

John F. Kennedy International Airport is among the busiest hubs in the country, serving the bulk of the New York Metropolitan Area. It's a truly massive site with eight terminals spread out across an expansive landscape and 125 gates providing flights by more than 70 airlines. After you arrive, walk about to explore the architecture and amenities of this recently redeveloped facility. The large site can be difficult to navigate, but take advantage of the ample green and black signage to get around. If you're trying to get from one terminal to another on the other side of the facility, use the free AirTrain service.The airport is located in Queens just 15 miles from the heart of Manhattan. Guests can stay at one of the many quality hotels near John F. Kennedy International Airport. The Best Western is less than 2 miles away and offers free transportation to and from the hub. An even closer establishment is the Holiday Inn Express - at just a half-mile from the hub, it's within walking distance, but guests can still use the free shuttle service that picks up at the airport.

New York City

The City that Never Sleeps, the Big Apple, the Capital of the World - whatever you call it, there's no denying that New York City is a world-class metropolis. It's the most populous in the country, serving as home to more than 8 million proud residents and welcoming more than 52 million visitors from all around the globe. It's one of those unique tourist destinations that's on everyone's bucket list, and professionals from every corner of the world come to do business at this hub for trade, finance, research, food, media and art.No matter the reason for traveling to New York, every visit should include an exploration of the city's top attractions and vibrant communities. The metropolis is divided into a multitude of neighborhoods contained within five boroughs: Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Staten Island and - the bustling focal point - Manhattan. While it's a massive city, it's quite easy to navigate. From uptown to downtown, the streets are numbered and laid out in a simple grid. Many choose to walk to their destinations, but the Metropolitan Transit Authority offers reliable bus and train services as well.

Things to Do in New York City

Guests staying at John F. Kennedy International Airport hotels who are visiting the city for the first time should be sure to check out some of the world-famous landmarks. Start in Manhattan, the center of activity in the Big Apple. Here, you'll find Times Square, the popular intersection that's made its way onto TV and movie screens around the world. The dazzling display of lights is the site of the New Year's Eve ball drop and home to a plethora of restaurants, galleries and other cultural establishments. Then, head to Central Park, the massive green space that hosts live performances and serves as a gathering place for both locals and visitors. Before leaving the borough, stop by the World Trade Center Site to pay tribute to those who lost their lives during the 9/11 attacks.Afterward, make your way to the renowned Museum of Modern Art. This institution contains an impressive selection of artwork - more than 100,000 pieces - showcasing works by masters such as Picasso, Matisse, Pollock and Van Gogh. A trip to the New York Harbor will lead you to the iconic Statue of Liberty, and sports fans (as well as Boston Red Sox haters) will want to make a visit to the Bronx for a first-hand look at Yankee Stadium.

FAQs about hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK)

What are the best rated hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK)?

Hilton Garden Inn Queens, Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel and Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel are the best rated hotels based on customer reviews in the last 365 days.

What are the top luxurious hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK)?

Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel, Crowne Plaza Jfk Airport New York City and Nest are the top 3 luxury hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK).

What hotels are closest to the area of JFK International Airport (JFK)?

Hilton Garden Inn Queens, Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel, and Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel are the properties closest to JFK International Airport (JFK).

How much does a cheap hotel near JFK International Airport (JFK) cost per night?

In the last year, a 2 star hotel near JFK International Airport (JFK) can be as cheap as $154.64 per night. (based on HotelPlanner prices)

How much does a 3 star hotel near JFK International Airport (JFK) cost per night?

In the last year, the average 3 star hotel near JFK International Airport (JFK) has been $160.07 per night. (based on HotelPlanner prices)

How much does a luxury hotel near JFK International Airport (JFK) cost?

In the last year, the average 4 star hotel near JFK International Airport (JFK) has been $189.67 per night. (based on HotelPlanner prices)

What are the best independent hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK)?

Jfk Inn, Nest and Ri New York Jfk Airport are the best rated independent hotels (not part of a big brand).

What are the most popular Marriott hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK)?

Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel, Sheraton Jfk Airport Hotel and Courtyard by Marriott New York JFK Airport are the best rated Marriott/Starwood branded hotels (based on customer reviews score).

What are the most popular Choice Hotels branded hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK)?

Sleep Inn Jfk Airport Rockaway Blvd, Rodeway Inn Near JFK Airport and Econo Lodge South Ozone Park are the best rated Choice Hotels branded hotels (based on HotelPlanner reviews score).

What are the most popular IHG hotels near JFK International Airport (JFK)?

Crowne Plaza Jfk Airport New York City, Holiday Inn Express Kennedy Airport, an IHG Hotel and Holiday Inn Express Jamaica Queens Ny are the best rated Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG) branded hotels (based on user reviews score).

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