by Amanda Geronikos
The Courtyard New York JFK Airport is located just under a mile from John F. Kennedy International Airport, making it a good option for early-morning departures (or late-night arrivals). Plus, it offers complimentary shuttle services to and from the airport to ease your travels.
Guests of the hotel enjoy The Bistro, where breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in a casual setting, with grab-and-go options available. Starbucks products are also served here. There are a few restaurants nearby, as well, such as RW Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar and Matteo’s Howard Beach (Italian).
Guestrooms at the Courtyard New York JFK Airport are equipped with mini-fridges and microwaves for storing snacks and beverages, which can be purchased at the onsite market in the lobby. Complimentary Wi-Fi is also available, as is a fitness center and business center for printing boarding passes and other travel documents.
Our Editor Loves
- Free airport shuttle
- Onsite restaurant and market
- Mini-fridges and microwaves
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
I needed a place to stay before my flight out of JFK kind of last minute. This place was the highest rated choice. It worked quite well. Functional rooms, a solid restaurant which was open until midnight, and nice front desk staff. My room was on the 12th floor and was ok, clean and functional.
Easy to get to JFK, twice an hour there is a free shuttle too. A 10 minute shuttle straight to Terminal 4.
This property worked perfectly for me, given the 20 choices just nearby, the Marriott brand helps too. A tad pricey but all the choices were.
The room was very clean and the size adequate for a hotel airport. Service at the bar is slow - the waiters spend most of their time speaking to each other - best to walk over to the bar if you want to place an order or pay for drinks or dinner. The bell staff were very accommodating, but it appeared to be an individual thing, as opposed to a policy (i.e., every now and then you get an ambitious employees who understands the correlation between tips and service). Unfortunately, this visit ended up costing me over 8K. I left a medical device in the room. I didn't appreciate the loss until I went to use it a day later. The service I received, after making it clear that this was an expensive medical device, was totally unsatisfactory. To begin with the person in charge of "Security" or "Lost and Found", depending on who you are speaking to, was not there the evening I checked out and then again the following morning. First I allegedly spoke to a manager who advised that they would go check the room carefully and call me back. He never did. The next day when I called in the A.M., Christian, who did not return my call, had another employee inform me that they couldn't find it. I asked for the number of the local precinct to report this loss and was advised that the
security person (Keven??) would be told and call me after 3 when he got in. He never called. I called a few hours after he supposedly got in and he was anything but interested in my problem. Bottom line - the least they could do was make an honest investigation and call me back.