2.3 mi from JFK airport
- Amenities: Parking, Restaurant, Pets allowed, Room service, Meeting/banquet facilities, Bar, 24-hour front desk, Fitness centre, Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Airport shuttle, Business centre, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Internet services, Lift, Safety deposit box, Car hire, Tour desk, Heating, Fax/photocopying, Luggage storage, Shops (on site), WiFi, Allergy-free room, Free WiFi, Non-smoking throughout, Air conditioning, ATM/cash machine on site, Concierge service, Shuttle service (free), Vending machine (drinks), Vending machine (snacks), Airport shuttle (free), On-site parking, Private parking, WiFi available in all areas
- web site says dogs 80 lbs or less permitted (as of 2010-5-5)
- Check in time: 3:00 PM
- Check out time: 12:00 PM
About the Sheraton JFK
The Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel is located on 132-26 South Conduit Avenue in Jamaica, New York. It is ten minutes away from the JFK Airport. A free 24 hour shuttle is offered to transport guests to the hotel. Pets are allowed. The hotel has plenty of amenities. It’s an excellent choice for dog owners. Dogs get their own bed and a special Sheraton food bowl. Guest rooms include flat screen high definition televisions that broadcast premium cable and pay per view movies. Internet access is available as well. The hotel also contains its own restaurant, Rosemary’s Restaurant and Lounge. In addition, the Club Lounge offers a free breakfast in the morning and drinks and snacks later in the day. It provides a relaxing casual dining experience. Guests who would rather eat in their rooms have the option to order delicious room service meals. The Queens New York City area is part of one of the largest urban regions in the world and features a plethora of attractions. The Unisphere and Panorama is one of the most popular places to visit in Queens. It is located inside Flushing Meadow Park and features an amazing model of New York City. The Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden is a great spot to experience the area’s culture and have a tasty drink. The Museum of the Moving Image chronicles the history of filmmaking and the movie industry.