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Arr LGA; depart JFK - hotel?

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We will be arriving at LGA at 10:30 pm on a Sunday night. We have a international 6 pm flight out of JFK on Monday, so I am guessing we will need to be at JFK at 3 pm.

We will need a room for the night. Which would be best: stay near one or other hotel for the night or head into NYC for a hotel? And if we stay near one of the airports - better to stay near LGA and then head to JFK next day or head to JFK area hotel when we land Sunday night?

Suggestions on where to stay and logistics of getting from LGA to hotel to JFK would be most welcomed. Despite being a native NYer - I haven't had to do this type of transfer.

Thanks~

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