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Sheraton JFK: An Expensive Convenience

This is the Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel Review which is part of the Tahiti Triumph Trip Report. It covers the following cities:

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It was a long bumpy, hungover ride from Las Vegas, to Wichita, to St. Louis, to Newark on the way back from the Freddies. A minor oversight had led me to miss my single connection flight at 6 that morning. After that arduous journey, I took an Uber from EWR to JFK for $63. Along the way, I learned that Uber drivers are not allowed to pick up in the Southwest Terminal since it’s in a different county than the other terminals.

An hour later, I arrived at the Sheraton JFK where I was ready to pass out but too excited for my morning flight on Emirates to Dubai than onto Shanghai. The hotel was nice but the price of $143 made it the most expensive of all the nights on this grand trip.


My quick hits for the hotel:

  • The bed was comfortable.
  • The shower was hot.
  • The airport transfer was prompt.

While it’s no Westin DTW, Sheraton DTW, or Aloft PHX, it was more than sufficient for my meager needs.

Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel Review
The Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel Review
sheraton Jfk airport hotel review
The Fireplace
sheraton Jfk airport hotel review
The Living Room
2016-04-29 23.39.53
The Hallway
2016-04-29 23.40.30
The desk
2016-04-29 23.40.37
The bed
2016-04-29 23.40.58
The shower
2016-04-30 00.46.26
The coffee
2016-04-30 00.46.37
The water
2016-04-30 00.46.48
The art
2016-04-30 00.48.11
The Club Lounge at night
2016-04-30 07.44.19
The Breakfast
2016-04-30 07.44.29
The lounge at day
2016-04-30 07.46.02
The bar
2016-04-30 07.46.15
The business corner
2016-04-30 08.07.39
Kiss & Fly
2016-04-30 08.12.02
Emirates awaits

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