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I had the pleasure of staying at the Time Hitel and meeting the wonderful staff Nikolas,Alexis and Dee. They were the friendliest and hospitable people we have meet during our stay!! I will be sure to come back and stay here for a much longer...More
Best part was Tsultrim who was our room attendant. Outstanding!!! Everthing was clean and fresh every day. The bar service was great! Doug went above and beyond making sure everything was good to go for us. We will be back!!!
This was our third or fourth stay at The Time over the last 20 years. It has been several years since we had been there and we were quite pleasantly surprised: it has been renovated and upgraded. Services like free coffee coupons, the continental breakfast...More
Overall this is a good hotel. Cozy and comfortable and staff were friendly and helpful. Great position and generally good value for money. Our 3 teenagers had perfect space in a suite and the standard king room was also great.
However, a few things that...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The Time in New York, we had originally booked another hotel which was unsatisfactory and changed to The Time. From the moment we arrived to our last day, which day 9 of our holiday, we felt like we were...More
The Time New York offers travelers an urban lifestyle destination with a refined edge in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The Time New York has all new accommodations and was designed by David Rockwell. Less
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Response from Time_New_York | Property representative |
Yes, the hotel does offer a fitness facility on the fourth floor that is available to our guests twenty-four hours a day with room key access. The Time, New York also partners with TMPL by David Barton for our guests to... More
Yes, the hotel does offer a fitness facility on the fourth floor that is available to our guests twenty-four hours a day with room key access. The Time, New York also partners with TMPL by David Barton for our guests to enjoy at their leisure.
Response from jmanley2017 | Property representative |
There are many great easy and affordable ways to travel to our hotel. See below info which highlights transit by taxi, public transport, and beyond. Additionally, please feel free to contact me directly for pricing... More
There are many great easy and affordable ways to travel to our hotel. See below info which highlights transit by taxi, public transport, and beyond. Additionally, please feel free to contact me directly for pricing information on shuttles and car services.
Yes- we are proud partners of the sleek new TMPL Gym which has an amazing salt water pool. This, along with countless other amenities will be available to you for free simply by being our valued guest.
The Best Way To Get From
LaGuardia Airport To Manhattan
So you've braved the long lines, passed through airport security, ate the mediocre or nonexistent food (depending on what airline you flew in on) and you've landed at LaGuardia Airport in New York City.
There are several options that meet almost any budget and circumstance, from the lux of a limo to traveling on public transportation for $2.75. Here are 5 ways to get from LGA to Manhattan:
Travel By Taxi
This is the easiest and relatively reasonably priced way to get from LaGuardia to anywhere in Manhattan or the entire city of New York. The meter will determine the fare you'll need to pay for the trip from LGA to Manhattan (or anywhere in the city) and is per car with a maximum of 4 people. Traffic during rush hour is horrendous, so that will impact how much your fare will be. You will also have to pay any tolls and don't forget to tip the driver for his or her excellent service. Set aside at least $50, that should be more than enough to cover the trip. For more information about taxi fares in New York City see the Taxi & Limousine Commission Website. new york city taxi cab.
Where do you find a Taxi? There are signs that will direct you to the taxi stands outside ever terminal in the airport. There will be queues/lines of taxis waiting to take you where you want to go. There's an attendant standing by to answer any questions.
Hire a Car Service to Pick You Up
This is an excellent way to travel if you've got loads of luggage or you're traveling with kids. The driver will be waiting for you at baggage claim and will whisk your luggage to the car. If you're got a large party, there are vans available that can seat as many as 10 people. This is a great way to get to and from the airport, but it won't be cheap. Our favorite car services are Carmel Car & Limo Service or Dial 7 Car & Limo Service. Check them out and see if this option is for you.
There are several Airport Shuttle companies to choose from. Once you reach the airport, you can proceed to the Ground Transportation desk to get information on where you catch your shuttle, or you can use one of the courtesy phones in the baggage claim area. Keep in mind that you may not be the only passenger in the van, and you may have to go along for the ride while other passengers are dropped off at their destination first.
Compare prices and schedules at NYC Airporter and Super Shuttle, and choose the one that suits your needs. Often times they will have online specials, making it more affordable.
If you don't have a lot of luggage, can handle stairs, a fair amount of walking and have plenty of time, taking public transportation is an inexpensive way to get from LaGuardia to most places in New York City. It will cost you $2.75 per person after you pay $1.00 for a Metrocard. Here's a little step by step guide:
Purchase a Metrocard - If you're not planning on using the subway and buses during the rest of your rip, purchase one card and put enough money on it for each person in your party to travel to and from the airport.
new york city Q70 bus
Leave the terminal and look for the Q70 Limited (LTD) Bus Stop and wait for the bus to show up. If you can't find it, ask someone.
Get off the bus near the Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave Subway Station. Ask the bus driver to let you know when to get off or just follow everybody else toting luggage.
At the Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave Subway Station you can catch the E, M, F, R and 7 trains.
To use the subway to get to your destination, refer to our online guide for riding the NYC Subway System
Please Note: You'll have to haul your luggage up and down stairs several times and the trip can easily take 2 hours, but if you're traveling on a budget and your luggage is light, this is an excellent way to get from LaGuardia Airport to Manhattan.
Have A Friend or Relative Pick You Up
Of course, this is the absolute best way to get from LaGuardia to anywhere in the city. Truthfully, this is how most of us natives do it. Its easy and free!
All the best,
Director of Guest Services