Luggage Storage Grand Central Terminal
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Luggage storage Grand Central Terminal
Need to store your luggage near Grand Central Terminal? Drop off your items at one of our luggage storage locations just around the corner.
Grand Central Terminal, also referred to as Grand Central Station or simply as Grand Central, is a commuter and intercity railroad terminal at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. The terminal contains a connection to the New York City Subway at Grand Central-42nd Street. Grand Central Terminal itself doesn’t offer any luggage storage service.
Luggage storage in local shops will give you the convenience to explore New York City without dragging around your luggage. Don’t plan your travel days on the terms of your luggage but turn your travel days into holidays.
With more than 140 LuggageHeroes around New York, you have more than enough reasons to leave your luggage behind while you are on adventures. Overnight storage can easily be handled.
Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central Terminal located at 89 E 42nd Street, New York City. It is a world-famous Landmark in Midtown Manhattan and is not simply a transportation hub – it’s also a shopping, dining, and cultural destination with 60 shops, 35 places to eat, and a full calendar of events all under one magnificent roof.
If you are ready for a full day at Grand Central Terminal it isn’t the worst place to be stuck with your luggage.
On the other side, with more than 140 LuggageHeroes around New York, you can easily find a location that suits your travel plans. Our trusted partners are local shops who wish to help travelers and take care of their luggage while they are out for adventures. Your luggage is sealed and insured for up to
By Lonely Planet:
You can now drop your luggage off for safe-keeping in shops, pubs, and cafés across New York – 140 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.”