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Hilton Garden Inn Queens/JFK Airport offers its day guests a free shuttle to and from the airport, next to which it’s located. Amongst the innumerable attractions of New York City, visitors can enjoy a cluster at Flushing Meadows Corona Park, including museums and top class baseball and tennis venues.
Nearby Restaurants – There’s nothing more convenient than the hotel’s on-site restaurant and bar, but if you’re out and about there are a number of dining options to explore. Fans of Jamaican dishes can try out Forever Jerk, or combine Caribbean cuisine with an upscale setting and night-time DJs at Breezes Island Grill Restaurant and Lounge. Chinese fare is available at New Fuleen Palace, where patrons are free to either eat in or take their meals out (with delivery another possibility).
Great Museums – To the hotel’s north there are many fantastic diversions in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, including the Queens Museum, which is dedicated to art. Connoisseurs of creativity can while away an hour or two feasting their eyes, with the main attraction being a building-for-building model of the city. A short walk away is the New York Hall of Science, where day visitors can interact with hundreds of exhibits.
World Class Stadia – Baseball and tennis fans have two top class sporting venues to visit. Citi Field is the home of the Mets, a 40,000 capacity park complete with its own little museum. The Arthur Ashe Stadium, part of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, hosts the biggest matches of the US Open, the last Grand Slam on the tennis calendar.
Rockaway Beach – In the opposite direction to the city’s heart, Rockaway Beach offers a nearby getaway from soaring skyscrapers and urban bustle. There’s a range of activities to enjoy, from surfing and swimming to winter bonfires and barbecues, and it’s got good public transport links.
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Free airport shuttle.