The TWA Hotel at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport is a mecca for aviation enthusiasts, especially those who lived through the times when TWA (Trans World Airlines) prospered.
Located right next to Terminal 5, the hotel gave the former TWA Flight Center a new life, originally designed in 1962. The TWA Hotel has been open to guests since May 2019, and it's JFK Airport's first and only hotel.
In front of the main entrance are vintage cars, and upon entering, you will immediately jump into the exciting world of the 60s.
The former TWA Flight Center has added six restaurants and eight bars with the opening of the remodeled hotel, including a retro cocktail lounge called Connie, inside a Lockheed Constellation plane from 1958.
The TWA Hotel has many unique faces. But the showpiece is the rooftop Pool Bar in one of the hotel's two wings.
You can watch over the JFK platform and runways on the rooftop while enjoying a snack with a Mile High Spritz. You can dip in the heated infinity pool while the planes take off and land behind you to complete the airport hotel experience.