La Semana Hotel

25 W. 24th St, New York City, New York, 10010, United States
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  • Couples14
  • Solo33
  • Business0

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Getting from JFK to New Yorker Hotel?

by 87claire

Hiya guys, I am under the impression that this hotel isn't that far from Penn Station. My sis and I will have large cases and hand luggage, would the bus and subway from JFK be convinient? I know it would be cheapest option but don't want to lift these cases up and down staircases. Are there elevators? If this isn't the best option then would anyone recommend any shuttle bus company that goes to this area from JFK? Thanks.

Re: Getting from JFK to New Yorker Hotel?

by nicolaitan

www.nyairportservice.com runs busses from jfk directly to penn station, with reservations available on their website usually with a significant discount to onsite purchase.

the airtrain subway combination will also bring you direct to penn station, but with considerable carrying of the luggage required.

the blue van super shuttle should be avoided based on prior experience of some members.

Re: Getting from JFK to New Yorker Hotel?

by 87claire

Thats great thanks, I have seen lots of bad reviews about the blue shuttles so would like to avoid that ideally!

Re: Getting from JFK to New Yorker Hotel?

by xymmot

You can not have it all without paying a price....that's NYC...Regardless a cab to NYC is about 50USD plus tolls if going thru mid-town tunnel.Limo-is 85. The cheapest option is the bus-subway action which you have to carry your bags. period...When you get to Penn Station, be sure to get out on the eight ave side, you will be one block away from the New Yorker.

cheers tommy x

Travel Tips for New York City

Things Forgotten in Taxi Cabs

by emilienoelle

Even when you're trying to pay attention, it's sometimes easy to lose track of what you're doing when you're traveling and busy. So if you happen to accidentally leave something in the back of taxi cab, don't freak out (completely anyway) there are some steps that you can take to try to get your things back. If you suddenly realize that you've left your purse/shopping purchases/baby or whatever in the back of a taxi as it pulls away try to get the cab's identification or license plate number. Then call the city's helpline (311 from any city phone) and follow the instructions for reporting a lost item in a yellow cab. If you happen to figure out that your stuff is missing long after the cab has gone on its way and don't have its ID number, you can still call. You'll just need to know where you were and the time of day when you got out of the taxi. You will have to fill out a missing item report, giving a full description of the lost item(s) and your contact information. You will be asked what borough of the city you live in. (It's Ok to give the information of your hotel if you're visiting, or ask the people at your hotel's front desk to help you do this). In addition to calling, you can also fill out a missing item report online at this link

Though it doesn't always happen, lost items are returned to people from taxis all the time. Cab drivers are trained to turn them in, so as long as the fare after you doesn't take your stuff, you're odds of getting your lost things back are better than you'd think. At least it's worth a try.

Note: You'll only be able to report missing items in this way if your lost you stuff in a yellow city taxi. Private cars or illegal taxis aren't included.

Walkabout

by Gage17

Please take the time to walk around the city... not just from one sight to another but just aimless wandering. Choose a district like the Village or the Upper East Side and go exploring... you won't be disappointed. There is so much to discover in New York City that it would take a lifetime to uncover them all... but the fun is in the trying!

Walk around. Along 57th...

by kestelli

Walk around. Along 57th street, 5th Avenue, Madison Avenue, in Soho, around Union Square, Washington Square. New York is a city you can enjoy by walking. So walk, explore cafes surrounding you. This is not a one time memory. It occurs every time I am in the big apple. Just listening to people. Many languages, dialects. It is truly a world city...

New York City Tip

by matozbb

The exhibit of Slovak folk craft in National Arts Club at Gramercy Park South, Manhatan, New York.
So many people turned up and such a good atmosphere was created by the people from te club that it shocked me. This was probably my happiest time...

Out of Manhattan

by davidlop

New York is not (only) Manhattan! Take your time to visit some other parts of the city: although Manhattan may seem atonishing, surrounding neighborhoods are also pretty interesting. And they are pretty "close" by subway, for an instance. Even a simple subway trip to Queens is worth the time it takes :-)

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Address: 25 W. 24th St, New York City, New York, 10010, United States