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Pennsylvania Station

7th Ave & West 32nd St, Also known as PENN station . It is a huge and very busy station., New York City, NY 10001
+1 212-630-7373
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7th Ave & West 32nd St, Also known as PENN station . It is a huge and very busy station., New York City, NY 10001
+1 212-630-7373
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great old station. Definitely old school. Still amazes me how old the technology is to verify your track for the train. But it works and was on time. Definitely feel like your in another era in this place. Lots of quick food options. Signing is...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

So much unrealized potential. Filthy floors, homeless people everywhere. Poor signage. Bathrooms with broken or missing door locks. LIRR is so expensive. Amtrak isn’t exactly cheap either. Someone should make the management of Penn Station live there for a week to endure the pain us...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Penn Station serves an important purpose to help getting in and out of NYC. BUT - it is ugly! Really bad bathrooms, limited food, chaotic waiting area, etc.. Use it for what it is meant for, but do not waste a minute more than you...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great looking station with intricate architectural mouldings and combining new and old! Worth a visit!

Thank Filip S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I read trip advisor before using penn station to get from New York to Washington. Best thing I did, was read reviews on red cap. Best thing . Meant relax more , not worry what gate go to etc. We had two big suitcases as...More

Thank Natalie E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Penn Station is a very bust train station as it serves tourists coming in through Amtrak, tourist using NJ Transit as well as commuters coming in on different lines. I found the signage good to get around and navigate easy enough. The platforms we needed...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It does what it is meant to do although for first time travellers it can be tricky finding where your train leaves from and making sure that you are close by. It is very busy and there are so many platforms and trains that it...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Utterly inexcusable. You have to go outside to a porta potty shlepping your bags. Incredible. I have never seen anything like this. What the hell were they thinking? Make the men's room unisex temporarily.

Thank georganneb225
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Pity they demolished the original station in the 1960s, an architectural gem by all accounts. The modern incarnation is very busy and difficult to navigate. We wanted the Long Island Railroad to Jamaica but the signage was poor and the train horribly overcrowded.

Thank J_Jarndyce
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Homeless people hassling people at escalators. Very busy area and spot in Manhattan to access LIRR. The LIRR and subway system both operate here and are overpriced compared to other major cities. Just another example of average services for pretty pennies in NYC.

Thank Philip S
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Response from Stephan G | Reviewed this property |
What I would do... at Penn Station there is major construction going on, therefore trains are delayed... It is 19$/person/one way... which is steep for a 50 min. ride... Yes u can buy the ticket anytime online... untill they... More
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Response from Dillon X | Reviewed this property |
There is a Starbucks and McDonalds both located in the LIRR section of Penn Station and are open 24/7