New York Hotel Transfer Rides
JFK airport hotel transfers
From the bustling business rush of Manhattan’s Wall Street to the glimmery distractions of Brooklyn Heights, it’s easy to see why New York is referred to as ‘The Big Apple’. Designed to be a beacon of hypnotic lights, the city offers an amalgamation of shopping culture balanced out by a massive ecosystem at its core Central Park. Where the city lacks the freedom to drive about freely, it makes up for through its world-famous subway system. Utilize this especially while staying in Manhattan, as well as several neighborhoods across the East River like Dumbo, Williamsburg and Long Island City. Those looking to get to LaGuardia or JFK International with ease should consider booking a meet-and-greet service instead, popular options including taxis and local personal drivers, plus luxury limousines that add that classic New York swank to Broadway arrivals.
Known for being the city of theater, the drama of New York doesn’t stop at trying to find a rental - see the city’s obsession with entertainment and celebration by staying in a neighborhood close to it all, whether that means going where the youth is at minimal and trendy choices like Pod Brooklyn Hotel in Williamsburg or going with classic Manhattan choices that range from Midtown gems like Grand Hyatt New York, to a few cool Kips Bay choices like Lex Hotel NYC and Freehand New York. For instant access to popular New York attractions, nothing says luxury like Columbus Circle’s famous Mandarin Oriental New York’s, home to attached access to The Shops at Columbus Circle as well as the southwest corner of Central Park, The Roosevelt Hotel offering similar luxuries with next door access to Grand Central Terminal and a few blocks walking distance from the New York Public Library.
Beyond staying in the right room or showing up in the right vehicle, guests may forget the most important thing to do while on vacation is to observe. Do so by spending the entirety of the trip exploring the massive space of Central Park - a good starting point is the south side, home to familiar family-friendly landmarks like the Central Park Zoo, Heckscher Playground and Central Park Carousel, not to mention historic views of The Pond from Gapstow Bridge and the Hallett Nature Sanctuary. At its middle rest an array of often overseen beauty such as the Victorian-era Bethesda Fountain and open-air breezes of Sheep Meadow - do avoid the maze-like annoyance of The Ramble along the way. Continue onward to reach the famous Belvedere Castle’s ornate architectural details, as well as the declination of contemporary art showcased at The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s across The Great Lawn. Pass the massive Jackie Onassis Reservoir to reach the rewarding north side of the park, looking forward to breezy breathers atop Great Hill at the end of it all.