Conrad New York Downtown
Distance from hotel: 13 miles
Drive time: 45 minutes
Directions: Take Grand Central Parkway West to Brooklyn Queens Expressway, go west and take the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel. After the tunnel, bear left, following signs for West Street. Turn right on West Street. Turn left on Murray Street. Make a left on North End Avenue.
John F. Kennedy International Airport
Distance from hotel: 15 miles
Drive time: 60 minutes
Directions: Take Belt Parkway West to Brooklyn Queens Expressway, then go west and take the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel. Bear left, and follow signs for West Street. Turn right onto West Street and go five blocks. Turn left onto Murray Street. Make a left onto North End Avenue.
Newark International Airport
Distance from hotel: 10 miles
Drive time: 50 minutes
Directions: Take New Jersey Turnpike North to Holland Tunnel, Exit 14C. Exit tunnel and keep left at the fork to continue toward Varick Street. Take Exit 3 on the left toward Brooklyn. Keep left at the fork. Take Exit 4 towards downtown. Turn right onto Varick Street. Continue onto West Broadway. Turn right onto Chambers Street. Turn left onto North End Avenue. Main entrance is on North End Avenue.
Airport Shuttle Service
Available 24 hours a day, this shuttle provides door-to-door service for you and your party. Fares start at $205, depending on destination. No reservations are required to get from the airport to your destination, but they are required for your return trip to the airport.
Call 1-800-258-3826 for more information.
The hotel offers valet parking for $80 per night; oversized vehicles are $95 per night. The parking facilities are secured and covered. There are no in/out privileges. Electric vehicle charging is available at a nearby parking garage.
One World Trade Observatory
Take in stunning views across New York City at the One World Trade Observatory located on the top three floors of the One World Trade Center. Discover the history of the city during the 60-second journey projected on floor-to-ceiling LED technology in the Sky Pod elevators.
Distance: 0.2 miles
Built in 1883 and stretching over 5,000 ft. across the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Known as one of New York’s most famous landmarks, the walk across the bridge offers incredible views of Manhattan.
Distance: 2 miles
Located at the site of the former World Trade Center’s, the 9/11 Memorial is a national tribute to the victims of September 11, 2001. The two reflecting pools, which feature man-made waterfalls, sit where the former towers once stood. The names of every victim of the atrocities are inscribed on the bronze panels at the edge of the pools.
Distance: 0.4 miles
The High Line
A former railroad, the High Line has been revitalized as a public green space overlooking Chelsea. Owned by the city of New York, this park hosts daily events such as Tai Chi and musical performances. Known for its famous walking trail, visitors will experience amazing views of street art and various monuments.
Distance: 2 miles
The Statue of Liberty
Known as New York’s most famous tourist attraction, the Statue of Liberty sits proudly on Liberty Island overlooking the city. A piece of architectural history, this unique statue can be seen from the free Staten Island Ferry or by purchasing tickets to the Island.
Distance: 1.3 miles (to ferry)
Situated at the New York Harbor is Governor’s Island, a 172-acre land that can be reached by ferry. This historic Island is open to the public during the summer months and is easily accessible from Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Distance: 2.3 miles