As of February 14, the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport will officially begin taking reservations.
At noon on Valentine’s Day, people will be able to make reservations through the hotel’s website directly. The first guests are expected to stay there as of May 15.
TWA Hotel was created by MCR and MORSE Development to “[reignite] the magic of Eero Saarinen’s landmark 1962 TWA Flight Center” at the JFK Airport. The “first-class hotel” has 512 guest rooms, beginning at $249 per night. The ultra-quite rooms also boast views of the runways and TWA Flight Center.
It has six restaurants and eight bars—one of which has a real vintage Lockheed Constellation aircraft as the cocktail lounge itself. Yes, inside the hotel. A full airplane. Jean-Georges restaurant Paris Café will also have a home inside the futuristically posh (yet also very vintage retro?) new space.
The new airport hotel will also have a 10,000-square-foot observation deck rooftop (with a pool), an equally as large gym, and a museum about the Jet Age.
In short: there’s no reason to ever leave the airport now.
featured image source: TWA Hotel rendering