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The JFK Airport Will Reopen The Retro TWA Hotel With New Designs!


The TWA Hotel is set to open at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport next year. In the spring of 2019, you will be able to step back in time to the jet age of 1962.

The centerpiece of the hotel is the original TWA Flight Center, which has been closed for many years. The building was designed by world-renowned architect Eero Saarinen and opened for the first time in 1962 as the centerpiece of the then brand new JFK airport.

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This flight center has been redesigned and retrofitted into a sprawling lobby, with styling and design cues.

  • The hotel rooms will feature with the 60s inspired color schemes and furniture.
  • The hotel rooms will be built into two low-rise buildings off of the flight center lobby.
  • The new hotel has 512 guest rooms with martini bars, lamp fixtures, vintage rotary phones and bathrooms with Hollywood-style vanities.
  • Floor-to-ceiling, full-width windows will provide expansive scenes of the TWA Flight Center lobby or nearby runways.

Designers say the new hotel rooms will be ultra-quiet, with 7-pane glass serving to cancel noise from the airport. The TWA Hotel is set to open in the spring of 2019.

There is a buzz around the project and pride in saving the architectural landmark from aviation enthusiasts, to avid travelers, to history buffs. It is restoring its original Jet Age glory.

The planned lobby includes reception and restaurants. There is also a planned rooftop pool and foot observation deck, as well as a museum devoted to the Jet Age.

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