Ameritania at Times Square New York
and New York City

The Ameritania Hotel is located in the city of New York which served by 3 major airports, 2 train terminals and a massive bus depot, New York City is the most important transportation hub in the northeastern U.S. John F Kennedy Airport (JFK), 15 miles (24km) from Midtown Manhattan in southeastern Queens , is where most international flights arrive and depart. Recently voted the third-worst airport facility in the world by business travelers, JFK is best avoided. LaGuardia Airport in northern Queens is 8 miles (13km) from Manhattan and services mostly domestic flights. If you're arriving or departing in the middle of the day, LaGuardia is a more convenient choice than JFK. Newark Airport is in New Jersey , 10 miles (16km) directly west of Manhattan . Flights to and from Newark airport are sometimes a bit cheaper because of the erroneous perception that the airport is less accessible than JFK or LaGuardia. In fact, Newark has a large, brand spanking new international arrivals terminal, plus its 4 terminals are linked by a monorail system.
Appreciate being able to be home-away-from-home at one of the finest affordable New York hotels in the metropolis.  All suburban and long haul buses leave and depart from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st Street and 8th Avenue in midtown Manhattan. Bus lines running through the Port Authority include Greyhound, which links New York with major cities across the country, Peter Pan Trailways, which runs buses to the nearest major cities, Short Line, offering numerous departures to towns in northern New Jersey and upstate New York, and New Jersey Transit buses, with direct service to Atlantic City and the entire Garden State.  

All suburban and long haul buses leave and depart from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st Street and 8th Avenue in midtown Manhattan. Bus lines running through the Port Authority include Greyhound, which links New York with major cities across the country, Peter Pan Trailways, which runs buses to the nearest major cities, Short Line, offering numerous departures to towns in northern New Jersey and upstate New York, and New Jersey Transit buses, with direct service to Atlantic City and the entire Garden State. A sure fine stay at Hotel Excelsior New York is promise kept always by the management and staff.