If you love travel, you probably adore the movie Catch Me If You Can. Reason number one: Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. Reason number two: scenes in the truly iconic Eero Saarinen designed TWA Terminal at New York’s JFK Airport, essentially the epitome of the jet set golden age. It’s as beautiful outside as in, and instantly recognizable around the world. Come May 15th, 2019 it’ll be open again, perhaps even more stylish and comfortable than ever.
Think: five star hotel, with easy Air Train connectivity to JFK’s many terminals, and a direct walkway into Terminal 5. If you’ve got an early JetBlue flight, this is a particularly cool indulgence. Thanks to the Air Train, no terminal should be more than 10 minutes away. Oh, and apparently you can see One World Trade Center from the top floor lounge.
Rooms start at $249 per night but promises Manhattan standards. Each guest room features ultra quiet glazing to ensure even the largest engine booms don’t interrupt beauty sleep. These highly coveted rooms will go on sale this Thursday, February 14th at 12PM EST. If you want to be amongst the first to relive golden age glory, you know where to be. Oh, and that’s here at their website by the way.
The first bookable night is May 15th and it’s sure to sell out fast.