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TWA Hotel Transforms JFK Rooftop into Winter Ski Lodge


TWA Hotel Transforms JFK Rooftop into Winter Ski Lodge

The 1960s TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport (then called Idlewild Airport) is reborn as the TWA Hotel, a one-of-a-kind experience inspired by the glory of the Jet Age. And now, the new hotel’s rooftop pool is decorated as “a toasty 1960s ski lodge-themed getaway.”

Open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily, the Runway Chalet at The TWA Pool Bar is serving seasonal cocktails, warming fare, and all sorts of eye candy.

“The bar has been decked out in red and blue and tartan and you can sit on sheepskin in front of the vintage fireplace,” Untapped New York writes. “You’ll stay toasty because the bar and lounge area is enclosed for the winter. Play games like Connect 4 and chat while under warm tartan blankets. Then, take a dip in the infinity pool, which is heated to a toasty 95 degrees in the winter!”

After getting an inside look at the TWA Hotel when it first opened—Duggal Visual Solutions produced much of the artwork seen throughout the guest rooms, lobby and public spaces—we’re delighted to see the hotel continue to engage guests and visitors in new ways. Take a look at how we reproduced original silk screen TWA posters by David Klein as gallery plexi pieces. 

Want to experience the TWA Hotel for yourself? Book your stay!