Ozone Park, a neighborhood in southern Queens, New York, was once known for its Italian-American heritage, but today is much more culturally diverse, with a culinary scene to match. A major draw to Ozone Park hotels is the neighborhood's location at the border of Queens and Brooklyn, which puts the tourist attractions of both boroughs within easy reach.
Visiting Ozone Park
With the JFK Airtrain service offering a direct link between John F. Kennedy International Airport and Ozone Park's neighbor, Howard Beach, it's easy to get to hotels in Ozone Park NY from the airport. From Howard Beach, you can hop on the subway and be at the Aqueduct Racetrack in Ozone Park in a matter of minutes. The racetrack is Ozone Park's most-famous landmark. Visit during the thoroughbred racing season, generally late-October through April, to see it in its full glory, or at any time of year to try your luck at the on-site casino, the only one in New York City.
Arrange for one of the Ozone Park car rentals to make it easy to explore Queens and Brooklyn. You can also drive to Manhattan in about an hour. Drive through the heart of Ozone Park along Bay Boulevard, which will take you south the to Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, or beyond to the Rockaway Peninsula with its sandy beaches and oceanfront boardwalk. Drive east instead and see the sights of Brooklyn, which include Coney Island and its famous amusement parks, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect Park, and the Brooklyn Museum, the third-largest art museum in New York City. If you're looking for hotels in New York within reach of all these attractions and more, consider a visit to Ozone Park.
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