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Park South Hotel, 124 E 28th St, New York, NY 10016

What are the closest airports?

  • LGA 8.6 MILES/25 MINS
  • JFK 14.6 MILES/45 MINS
  • EWR 15.9 MILES/45 MINS
  • How do I get to the hotel from the airport?

  • From LGA - LaGuardia Airport (8.6 miles / 20 - 25 mins)
    Take Grand Central Pkwy to I-278 W/Brooklyn-Queens Expressway W toward Staten Island. Take exit 35 for I-495 W and Queens Midtown Tunnel to Manhattan. Use left lane to take the exit toward Downtown. Continue on E 35th St. Take Park Ave and turn left onto E 28th St and Park South Hotel will be on the right (124 E 28th St.)

  • From JFK - John F. Kennedy International Airport (14.6 miles / 45 mins - 1 hour) 
    From I-678S, Take Exit B to 130th Pl. Take N Conduit Ave, Woodhaven Blvd, I-495 W and Queens Midtown Tunnel to Manhattan. Use the right 3 lanes to take the Downtown exit, then keep left and follow signs for Crosstown/37th ST/3 Ave and merge onto E 37th St. Turn left onto Park Ave and left onto E 28th St. and Park South Hotel will be on the right (124 E 28th St.)

  • From EWR - Newark Liberty International Airport (15.9 miles / 40-55 mins)
    From Haynes Ave, follow signs for I-95/I-78E and merge onto I-78E. Follow I-78 E to Holland Tunnel in Manhattan. Take exit 3 toward Brooklyn. Merge onto Beach St and turn left onto 6th Ave. Continue straight on 6th Ave. Turn right onto W 28th St and Park South Hotel will be on the right (124 E 28th St.)
  • Transportation

    Thanks to our convenient location in Manhattan's Park Avenue South neighborhood, Park South Hotel is a gateway to New York City. Our Midtown hotel is close to the 6 Line subway at Park Avenue and 28th Street (temporarily closed through December 2018 for extensive renovations), and within a short distance of Herald Square, Grand Central Station, Union Square and Penn Station.

    GET AROUND TOWN CONVENIENTLY

    Just because you're staying in Midtown doesn't mean you have to stay in Midtown. Venture to Herald Square, Grand Central Station, Union Square, or Penn Station, and you have access to virtually anywhere in the city. Known for its grand façade and main concourse, Grand Central Station is a world-famous tourist spot all on its own. Union Square Station connects to the BMT Broadway, BMT Canarsie, and IRT Lexington Avenue Lines for easy access to those areas. You can also use Penn Station to sightsee anywhere in the city.

    Arrive on time, every time, no matter where you want to end up. All of these stations allow you limitless access to New York City and surrounding boroughs. If you have questions about directions or need assistance with transportation or private cars, don't hesitate to ask our friendly staff.

    6 Line Subway Station at 28th Street - 259 feet (temporarily closed through December 2018 for extensive renovations - use 6 Line Subway at 23rd or 33rd street Stations)
    6 Line Subway Station at 23rd Street - 0.3 mile
    6 Line Subway Station at 33rd Street - 0.3 mile
    33rd Street - Herald Square Subway Station - 0.6 mile
    Grand Central Terminal - 0.8 mile
    Union Square Subway - 0.8 mile
    Pennslyvania Station - 0.8 mile
    42nd Street  Port Authority Bus Terminal Station - 1.6 mile

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