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New York Arrival Skip-the-Line Shuttle Transfer: Airport to Hotel

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  • Viator Exclusive Skip-the-Line for all arrivals at JFK Terminal 4
  • Shared arrival transfer from New York airports to Manhattan
  • Enjoy the simplicity of a pre-booked ride
New York Arrival Skip-the-Line Shuttle Transfer: Airport to Hotel
From US$16.99
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JFK-NYC Hotels Skip-the-LineMost Popular
One way shared transfer from JFK Airport to Manhattan Hotels. TripAdvisor / Viator Exclusive Skip-the-Line for all arrivals at Terminal 4.
From US$19.99
Roundtrip JFK-NYC Skip-theLine
Roundtrip shared transfer from JFK Airport to Manhattan Hotels and from Manhattan Hotels to JFK Airport. Return date flexible. TripAdvisor/Viator Exclusive Skip-the-Line for all arrivals Terminal 4
From US$38.99
EWR-NYC Hotels
One way shared transfer from EWR Airport to Manhattan Hotels
From US$18.99
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Book a shared arrival transfer from Newark, La Guardia or JFK to your Manhattan hotel and enjoy a stress-free start to your trip. It’s a simple, cost-effective option that’s available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Transport is by comfortable van.
What to Expect
Simply book your ride and share spacious shuttles with other travelers. Your driver may make a few stops along the way to your hotel to drop off fellow passengers. Choose from JFK, EWR or LGA at checkout for an easy transfer to your Manhattan hotel.
Enjoy TripAdvisor / Viator Exclusive Skip-the-Line service at JFK Terminal 4 between 11am-7pm EST. 
Don't forget your return transfer or choose the roundtrip option for a worry free trip!
Please note: this arrival transfer is valid for travel to MANHATTAN HOTELS only. It does not provide transport to private residences, destinations in New Jersey, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island, bus stations, train stations or any other airports not listed above.
Reviews (1,568)
1 - 5 of 11 reviews
Reviewed February 27, 2019
Skip-the-line but spend lots of time in the process anyway

Great cheap transport between JFK and Midtown ($19). During rush hour there's no sense in paying for an Uber/Lyft/taxi ($70-$85) which will take just as much time as the Shuttle (about an hour plus at 5 p.m., say). If you're not the first drop in...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Judson E
Reviewed February 4, 2019
great way to get to your hotel

great way to get to and from your hotel just went to the desk at JFK and we were picked up within 15 minutes, I called the day before we were leaving to book our pick up and the driver arrived on time to take...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank 952beverleyw
Reviewed December 31, 2018
Worst company ever

Got to JFK airport at 17 .15 found the booking desk for contacting the shuttle was told it would pick us up at 18.25 .At 19.00 hours I phoned the company and was told it would be a further 45 minutes.At 19.45 I phoned again...More

Date of experience: December 2018
6  Thank russmac57
Reviewed December 6, 2018

All ran smoothly, Apart from when I called to change the pick up point to 2 blocks along the street to a different hotel the office refused to do this, they wanted to cancel the booking and re-book. This wasnt possible due to my credit...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank jobloggslondon
Reviewed November 12, 2018
Long wait to the hotel

Waited for an hour for our shuttle to arrive and the journey took about an hour however on coming back it was much better although traffic in NYC a pick hours is a pain .Our driver was very polite and courteous

Date of experience: November 2018
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