Thursday, 15 August 2019

Minute Suites to open at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 4

Minute Suites has announced that it will open its ninth location in the U.S. at John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 4, one of the world’s most modern and efficient air terminals. Now T4 customers with layovers before or after international flights have access to a private retreat inside security to sleep, relax or work. Minute Suites, a wellness-based solution to the stress and fatigue caused by air travel, will open seven suites and one shower in T4, making it easier for the more than 21 million customers that travel through the terminal each year to not only cross time zones but also combat the exhaustion of traveling for hours without privacy.

“We are fortunate and humbled to be finally landing in the New York metro area at the busiest international terminal in North America,” says Daniel Solomon, Minute Suites Co-founder and Director. “Our team looks forward to working with JFKIAT to enhance the airport experience with our Traveler’s Retreat.”

Expected to open in 2020, the new location in T4’s B Concourse will feature a futuristic storefront with the amenities that customers have come to expect from Minute Suites.

Minute Suites, which provides private suites inside security at airports where customers can nap, relax or work before their flights or during long delays, has locations in Dallas, Philadelphia and Atlanta in addition to the Charlotte operations. A location at Baltimore Washington International Airport is under construction.

Suites are booked with a one-hour minimum followed by 15-minute increments; an eight-hour day rate and a flat overnight rate are also available. Showers are booked separately in 30-minute increments with special pricing for guests renting a suite in addition to a shower. Advanced booking is recommended when possible and reservations can be made more easily than ever with the brand-new Minute Suites Mobile app, available for download via Android and iOS.

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