After years of roundtrip planning and negotiations, the long-awaited TWA Hotel finally opened its doors on Wednesday at the JFK International Airport in New York City.
The project transformed the iconic TWA Flight Center of Eero Saarinen, the main transatlantic center of Trans World Airlines until it closed its operations in 2001. The original building, which is next to the new construction that forms Terminal 5 of JFK, is a A landmark of the city of New York and a living artifact of the so-called "Golden Age" of air transport.
While the hotel is officially open for business, and most of its 512 rooms and suites are ready for guests, developers are still finishing work in public areas, installing items in kitchens and dining rooms, finishing the pool and installing furniture.
Even so, the hotel is already an impressive sight. With retro styling, themed restaurants and a pool that promises fans of aviation kids and adults to go crazy, it's worth a visit the next time you're flying in or out of JFK.
A tape cut was made before 3 p.m. of the first hotel. Registration time, and several media outlets, former TWA employees and history aviation fans had the opportunity to walk the property. Although it is obvious that work is still being completed, read on to see one of the most elegant airport hotels in the world.
While the hotel is not part of any of the major chains, and you can not still book through online portals, you can still earn reward points on a stay using a credit card that earns bonus points on your purchases. travels. Be sure to check out our guide to the best travel credit card rewards here.