Luggage Storage NYC
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Luggage storage New York City
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The days of searching for luggage storage and locker rentals are over. LuggageHero is here to save the day next time you visit New York City so you can store your luggage easily!
Travelers can leave their luggage with LuggageHero in NYC by making use of its network of more than 130 local shops (coffee shops, souvenir shops, restaurants, bike shops, etc.) all spread across important traffic hubs as of 2020. Those include Grand Central Terminal, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Penn Station, and Times Square. Whether you’re strolling around Manhattan, or you’re right in the middle of Times Square, you can always find a place to store your luggage near you.
An easy & affordable luggage storage in NYC
Luggage storage in New York has never been quicker, easier, and more affordable than it is now in 2020. If you ever wonder where to store luggage in NYC or look for the best luggage storage options in New York, you should know that LuggageHero users are charged by the hour
We offer a reasonable daily maximum
Major and popular stations in The Big Apple 2020
Penn Station, also known as Pennsylvania Station and New York Penn Station, is a huge underground railroad station in NYC. In 2019, around 600,000 tourists and New Yorkers would pass through it daily, making Penn Station one of New York’s busiest stations. Penn Station is located in Midtown Manhattan, which is relatively close to the Empire State Building and Macy’s Herald Square. You can find our luggage storage locations just around the corner from the station. Penn Station itself does not store luggage and there are no Penn Station lockers either.
Grand Central Station, also known as Grand Central Terminal, is a rail terminal Midtown Manhattan, NYC. The terminal is located at 42nd Street and Park Avenue. The terminal contains a connection to the New York City Subway at Grand Central-42nd Street. Grand Central Terminal itself doesn’t offer a luggage storage service so you have to leave the terminal to find a luggage storage location to store your bags at. Luckily, we have a LuggageHero store just 300 meters from Grand Central Station. On their website, you can also find a NYC train station map that will make your search easier.
Port Authority Bus Station is the most used gateway for buses going to Manhattan in New York and to New Jersey. The terminal is located in Midtown at 625 Eight Avenue between the two streets 40th Street and 42nd Street. This location is conveniently close to Times Square. Drop off your items at one of our luggage storage locations just around the corner. Overnight storage can easily be handled. Please note that Port Authority Bus Terminal itself does NOT offer luggage storage, just like the above listed major stations.
Other popular destinations in New York
New York has many popular destinations to which you do not want to spend your energy carrying your luggage in and around:
- LaGuardia Airport
- Times Square
- The Empire State Building
- Central Park
- Newark Airport
Whatever you choose, we’re there to lighten your load so you can enjoy The Big Apple and all that it has to offer without your wasting time searching for luggage locker rentals in NYC. You can now stop searching for “luggage storage near me” next time you are in New York.
Simply go to the LuggageHero booking platform to locate a convenient storage site inside a verified shop or other business. From the map service, you can find the nearest Subway stops and find the most convenient venue to drop off luggage in NYC.
Unlike similar concepts, all our shops in New York City have been personally reviewed by a LuggageHero employee. We further provide security seals for each piece of luggage, and each piece of luggage and its contents are insured for up to
Here is how you book luggage storage in NYC
Ready to book your Luggage Storage in New York City? Whether you are in Manhattan or you need luggage storage in Brooklyn, choose from our more than 130 locations throughout The Big Apple! Find a location on our luggage storage booking engine.
Tips on storing luggage in NYC during COVID19:
- Despite the current restrictions, you can still store luggage in NYC in numerous shops and locations.
- If you use a storage locker in NYC, don’t forget to sanitize well before using it and clean the locker after yourself as well.
- Luggage drop off in NYC needs a bit of extra attention nowadays. To avoid the spread of COVID19, try to use a face mask when dropping off your luggage and sanitize hands before and after dropping off your luggage.
- Most places to store luggage in NYC are currently following all government restrictions and are generally safe to use for luggage drop off in NYC.
Download our free app:
For even more comfort you can download our LuggageHero bag storage in NYC app where you can easily see all our locations around New York. With our luggage storage app, you are able to find places to store luggage in NYC anywhere in our 130+ locations with just a few clicks.
With the app you can store luggage in New York on numerous locations with just a few clicks.
If you have any notes or comments please let us know which you think is the best luggage storage in NYC.
2020 Guide: Luggage Storage New York City
We made it easy for you to compare all the companies offering luggage storage and lockers in New York City – take a look at the list in our Luggage storage guide NYC. This way, you can come to your own conclusion as to which service is best for your travel and luggage storage needs in New York City.
This Guide Includes All Major companies offering luggage storage in NYC, including discount vouchers.
You can find different alternatives to storing your luggage while you enjoy yourself in New York. Most airports and railway train stations don’t offer to store luggage due to safety precautions. Don’t worry – there is always an alternative!
Lonely Planet endorses LuggageHero:
By Lonely Planet:
You can now drop off your luggage for safe-keeping in shops, pubs, and cafés across New York – 130 locations
“LuggageHero lets you store your luggage in a local shop, café or hotel, which is often more convenient than having to go to a storage facility at a train station.”
Lastly, if you want to read more about LuggageHero or the luggage storage business in general, then you can read the following article written by the New York Times here.
Frequently Asked Questions about New York City
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about New York City.
What’s the best way to get around?
The best and cheapest way to get around New York City is by using the subway. Fares are less than $3. For a week in New York, it’s a good idea to get an “Unlimited” 7-day Metrocard if you’re planning on taking it often. And free apps like Google Maps and Citymapper will have you navigating the subway like a local in no time.
Is the New York City subway safe?
The NYC subway is considered safe. Four million people use the subway every day, and the crime rate is actually low. The rate has been dropping rapidly since the 1990s and now in 2020, it is lower than ever.
Is New York City safe as a whole?
While New York City is sometimes portrayed as unsafe, it is actually safer than you might think. The crime rate in New York city is much lower than the national average. The only thing to really watch out for is pickpocketing so make sure you always keep your phone and money in a safe place. On top of that, New York City never sleeps which means there is usually always somebody around you and you're rarely really alone.
When is the best time to visit New York City?
Every season and time of the year offers something different to see in New York and there really is no bad time to visit the city. If you’re looking to keep your New York trip under budget, consider visiting in the late fall and winter when the price of New York travel is cheaper. If having a nice time under the sun is more important to you then spring and summer are the seasons for your trip to the Big Apple. However, with so many incredible museums, shows, and other activities, the cold won’t bother you anyway.
What's the best neighborhood to stay in New York City?
As usual it depends on your taste. Greenwich Village: Quirky and central, Greenwich Village is full of great bars and restaurants. It’s easy to get from here to other parts of the city. Plus it’s near Washington Square Park, one of the best people-watching places in town. The Upper West Side: The proximity to Central Park makes the UWS one of the best neighborhoods in New York. Close to major subway stops, it also makes navigating New York a breeze. Williamsburg: The hipster soul of New York, Williamsburg (in Brooklyn) offers tons of things to do—without the Manhattan price tag. It’s connected to Manhattan by the Williamsburg Bridge, which means it’s still easy to get into the city. Park Slope: Park Slope is a residential but exciting part of Brooklyn—it borders beautiful Prospect Park, and is in close proximity to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens and the Brooklyn Museum. Plus, there are tons of great restaurants, bars, and shops.
How expensive is New York?
While New York can get quite expensive there are also ways to visit on a budget and not spend as much. Many museums in New York are based on donations, for example, and they often have “free” days. Plus it’s easy to grab a classic New York meal—a bagel with cream cheese, or a slice of pizza—for only a few dollars.
What are the best museums to visit in New York City?
It depends on your taste and what you're interested in but The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History are among the city’s best and most-visited. However, if you can, talk to a New Yorker who loves museums to get a true sense of what’s worth checking out.
Which New York City airport is the best to fly into?
The best airport for you depends on where you are staying in New York. However, JFK: JFK is in Jamaica, Queens. A taxi from JFK to Manhattan costs a flat fee of $52, but be sure to only take official yellow cabs. An Uber will probably run you $55 or more for this route. Just remember: this flat fee only applies to trips from JFK to Manhattan—not vice-versa! LaGuardia is in northern Queens, relatively close to Manhattan. Many of the options from LGA are the same as JFK: you can take a taxi, Uber, or use public transportation. Newark-Liberty is located in Newark, NJ—about 15 miles from NYC. The EWR AirTrain will take you to NJTransit or Amtrack trains (both of which go straight into Manhattan); you could also Uber or take a taxi.
How much does a 3-day trip to New York cost?
To see a lot of the city in just 3 days, we suggest you buy a ticket for a 2-day (or 3-day) Hop-on, Hop-Off bus tour. TIP: There are a few tourist passes, like the CityPASS and the Smart Destinations Build Your Own Pass that can save you up to 25% even if you are here for a short stay.
Is the NY subway safe at night?
Taking the subway in NYC isn't like taking the tube at night in London, but it's very safe. Just remember to use your street smarts, as you would in any large city and everything should be fine.
Is Brooklyn safe at night?
Brooklyn may have a tough reputation, but most of it is fairly safe, though visitors should always be careful walking around late at night on lightly trafficked streets.
Is New York more expensive than London?
The cost of living is about equal, with New York City being slightly more expensive. According to Numbeo.com, you'd need about $7,748.16 to maintain the same standard of life in New York that you could have in London for about $6,050.47.
LuggageHero in the press
"LuggageHero, which offers online booking with a credit card — thus, eliminating the need for users to have local currency on hand — is one of the most recent players to expand its services. In December the company began operating in New York, where today it has some 250 locations."
"One solution is LuggageHero, which was already on the scene in Copenhagen and London, and has now expanded into New York. Its selling point is that it lets you store your luggage in a local shop, café or hotel, which is often more convenient than having to go to a storage facility at a train station."
"LuggageHero, which Jannik Lawaetz founded in 2016, currently has more than 300 storage locations in six cities (New York, London, Copenhagen, Lisbon, Madrid and Barcelona) and plans to expand to 39 cities by January 2020."
"LuggageHero founder and chief executive Jannik Lawaetz says that the concept was inspired by that mother of invention — necessity — and Airbnb. A couple of years ago, he and his girlfriend rented an apartment in Barcelona via the home-share service. They had a later flight on their day of departure and wanted to continue exploring the city, but didn't want to lug their suitcases around. "