Getting around New York City is a hassle-free endeavor when you stay at Hotel Pennsylvania – especially since we are right across the street from Penn Station. Our convenient location in the heart of Midtown makes travel easy with a variety of transportation options. Whether you’re coming from a nearby airport or are looking to navigate through one of the greatest cities in the world, our transportation information for midtown NYC will help get you where you need to be.
With the 1-2-3 line right across the street from us, practically anywhere in New York is just a few steps away. Trains run 24 hours 7 days a week. The cost is $2.75 for a single ride anywhere in the city and transfers are free as long as you stay in the system and do not exit through a turnstile.
At Penn Station across from us, MTA buses enable city sightseeing while you travel. You can see the full bus routes map by clicking here. A single ride costs $2.75.
When your feet get tired or you are in a hurry, just flag down a cab anywhere in the city (available cabs will have an illuminated white light on the roof to identify vacancy). The minimum fare is $2.50 and increases $.40 every fifth of a mile.
New York City offers an abundance of adventure spanning over its culturally-infused and distinctive neighborhoods. While walking through the streets of Manhattan offers a thrilling opportunity to soak up some of the most significant architectural features of iconic buildings and sights, taking advantage of Citi Bike, a NYC bike sharing system, allows you to see Manhattan from a whole new vantage point. One of the many Citi Bike stations is located right outside our hotel, at the 33rd Street entrance.
New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania encourages you to drive carefully and always wear a bicycle helmet. We accept no liability for any accidents on Citi Bike or any other conveyance.
To really experience the charm of New York, you need to walk around. And just steps from the doors of Hotel Pennsylvania are a variety of great New York City places to visit.