GETTING TO US

The hotel is located at 570 Tenth Avenue. This is two blocks from Port Authority bus station, a 5-minute walk to Times Square, a 20-minute walk or a quick cab journey to Penn Station and Grand Central, only 45 minutes to LaGuardia and 1 hour to both JFK and Newark airports.

JFK airport, New York

John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK)

The hotel is approximately a 1-hour drive by taxi from JFK Airport and 2 hours by public transport. By subway, take the JFK-AirTrain to Jamaica Road, change onto the 'E' train to World Trade Center and exit the subway at 42nd Street Port Authority Bus Terminal. Follow the exit signs to 42nd Street. The hotel is a 10-minute walk. By rail, take the JFK Air Train to Jamaica Road, change onto the LIRR train and exit at Penn Station on 34th Street and 8th Avenue. The hotel is approximately 20 minutes' walk or a short cab ride. Cabs from JFK to Manhattan are a flat rate ($52.50 + tip and toll). Rates may change without notice.

John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK)

LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

The hotel is approximately a 1-hour drive by taxi from LaGuardia Airport and 1 hour by public transport. By subway, take the Q70 bus to Roosevelt Avenue/74 street, exit and enter the subway at Roosevelt Ave- Jackson Heights station. Take the ‘E’ train to World Trade Center and exit the subway at 42nd Street Port Authority Bus Terminal. The hotel is a 10-minute walk.

LaGuardia Airport

LaGuardia airport, New York
Newark airport New York

Newark Liberty INT'L Airport (EWR)

The hotel is approximately a 25-minute drive by taxi to Newark Int'l Airport and 25-minute by public transport. 

Newark Liberty INT'L Airport (EWR)

General tips

Cabs: yellow cabs are city run and controlled, they are metered and can be paid by cash, credit or debit card. Tipping is usually 15 to 20%. When you take a cab it’s a good idea to have the cross-street address of your location with you. For YOTEL, it is Tenth Avenue at W 42nd Street or between 41st and 42nd Streets. From 4pm - 5pm, there is a cab shift and it is very tough to find one.
Subway: public transport is the cheapest and quickest way to get to and from JFK. The subway can take you anywhere in Manhattan for $2.75. If you plan on using this as a primary means of transportation, purchase an "Unlimited 7-day Pass.". There is a timer that prohibits you from swiping your Metrocard twice within an 18-minute period. Rush hour is 7:30am to 9.30am and 4:30pm to 7:30pm.

New York Yellow Cab