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Directions to Hotel Pennsylvania

Here’s how to get to our hotel from anywhere in NYC.

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Utilize our Midtown Manhattan map to find your way to attractions near Hotel Pennsylvania, located in one of the city’s most desirable areas. Hotel Pennsylvania is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan at 401 Seventh Avenue (at 33rd Street) directly across Seventh Avenue from New York Penn Station.

 

By Public Transportation

JFK:

Air Train JFK is an easy way to get to and from Kennedy International Airport and the surrounding vicinity. It operates 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Passengers landing at JFK can get to Penn Station, right across the street from New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania, in just 35 minutes.

For more information, check out Air Train JFK.

LaGuardia Airport:

For service between LaGuardia and Manhattan, the M60 bus goes to 106th and Broadway with connections on the route to the Q33 and Q47 buses and the E, F, G, R, V and 7 trains on the New York City subway.

For up-to-date information, visit MTA New York City Transit/Airport.

New York City Directions to Hotel Pennsylvania

Long Island Railroad (LIRR):

The LIRR system is comprised of over 700 miles of track on 11 different branches, stretching from Montauk on the eastern tip of Long Island to Penn Station. Along the way, the LIRR serves 124 stations in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan.

New Jersey Transit (NJT):

NJT provides rail service to Penn Station New York on five rail lines with simple connections in Newark or Secaucus Junction. The bus service to Port Authority Bus Terminal in NYC is available on more than three-dozen bus routes. In addition, light rail connections in Hoboken, Newark, and Trenton give you even more transit options.

Amtrak:

Amtrak is a national rail operator, which connects to Penn Station directly across the street from the hotel to Boston, Washington, Philadelphia, Toronto, Chicago, and more.

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PATH):

The PATH is responsible for the operation of airports, tunnels, bridges, bus terminals, port transit, and PATH rail transit in New York and New Jersey.

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