TWA terminal at JFK Airport, in 1994, was declared a city landmark and rightly so. The defunct terminal lay abandoned for many years until very recently it got refurbished into a brand new first-class hotel--TWA Hotel. The 1962 iconic landmark, TWA Flight Centre was the brainchild of architect Eero Saarinen. The headhouse of the TWA Flight Centre is now a part of the TWA Hotel and hosts a number of restaurants, bars and retail outlets. There are two hotel wings next to the headhouse that contains 512 guestrooms with the beautiful view of JFK's runways.The 50,000-square-foot space dedicated for events and conferences can host up to 1,600 people at a time. TWA Hotel's 10,000-square-foot fitness centre is the world's biggest hotel gym. Guests staying at TWA Hotel can take the AirTrain to various terminals of JFK airport and there is a parking space available for 4000. Looks like it's nothing but the best at TWA Hotel. The superb interiors of the hotel complements the iconic status of the TWA Flight Centre.
TWA Hotel at John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens, New York, opened on May 15, 2019.