An amenity unlike any other for travelers and locals alike, The Pool Bar is a premier rooftop bar, lounge and observation deck atop the new landmark TWA Hotel at JFK Airport.
Inspired by the infinity edge pool at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes, France, the swimming spot offers a beach entry, underwater seating, plus a gleaming TWA logo mosaic in the signature colors of gold and red. Boasting unparalleled views, the infinity pool and its 10,000-square-foot observation deck sits on the horizon of a thrilling scene — JFK’s bustling Runway 4 Left/22 Right, one of the biggest runways at JFK at 12,079 feet long. The Pool Bar & Observation Deck provide many more exhilarating scenes including the famous Bay Runway, measuring almost 3 miles long, and runway 13 Right/31 Left, the second-longest commercial runway in North America, not to mention views all the way to Jamaica Bay.
Always refreshing, the water in the 63-by-20-foot infinity edge pool offers a much-needed respite during sweltering summers. Come winter, it turns into a pool-cuzzi — the water can be heated up to 100 degrees! Whatever the weather, the H2O is perpetually pristine with highly filtered water is purified every 30 minutes. Looking to throw a pool party? The 10,000 sq. ft space can host private events for up to 300 people.
Gerber Group — owner-operator of 15 innovative cocktail bars and restaurants in New York, Washington D.C., Atlanta and Santiago, Chile — operates The Sunken Lounge, The Pool Bar and Connie at the TWA Hotel. Setting out to provide an innovative nightlife experience, Gerber Group opened its first property, The Whiskey at the Paramount Hotel, in 1991. Today, Gerber Group continues to re-define the hospitality industry with innovative dining concepts and bars featuring renowned beverage programs accompanied by exceptional culinary talents.
The extraordinary success of Gerber Group’s brands has established the company as a pre-eminent tastemaker, with a unique ability to create classically timeless bars with a sophisticated allure, as well as destination-worthy restaurants. Its properties have become a top choice of hoteliers who look to the company not only for increased food and beverage revenue, but also for increased occupancy rates.