Courtesy: Grand Hyatt New York
It is your responsibility to reserve your own accommodations.
Grand Hyatt New York
109 East 42nd Street at Grand Central Terminal,
New York, New York, USA 10017
Phone: +1 212 883 1234
The Grand Hyatt New York is on the fashionable East Side, adjacent to Grand Central Station which puts the city's top attractions - including Times Square, Broadway theaters, Central Park and Fifth Avenue's world-class shopping within steps from this midtown Manhattan hotel.
Normal room rates for the Grand Hyatt New York are in the $350-400 range. A block of 85 rooms has been reserved in advance, securing an extremely favorable rate of $199/night + tax (mention LEEM-PEEM 7, when making your reservation). If you want to take advantage of this rate, please reserve early. Once this block fills up, the special rate will no longer be available, so make sure to book well in advance.
Guest Room Rates
The Hotel offers the following guest room rates for the LEEM-PEEM7 Workshop participants:
Room rates are quoted exclusive of applicable state and local taxes (which are currently 13.375% and $3.50 occupancy).
All reservations must be made individually through the Hotel's Reservation Department by calling 1-212- 883-1234, or 1-800-233-1234.
To get conference rate you must mention the LEEM-PEEM 7 workshop sponsored by IBM Corporation.
The cut-off date is 7/19/2010. Reservation requests received after the cut-off date will be based on availability at the Hotel's prevailing rates.
New York City is easily accessible through its three area airports: John F. Kennedy Airport, LaGuardia Airport, and Newark Liberty Airport. Rail access to Grand Central Station in Manhattan is readily available from numerous locations, including the airports. The Grand Hyatt Hotel is located on 42nd Street, just a few footsteps from Grand Central Station. New York City has a dense network of subways, busses, as well as taxis that make getting around to virtually any location quick and easy.
Just remember that the weather in August can be very warm, while most indoor spaces are kept quite cold with ubiquitous and aggressive air conditioning. Thunderstorms are not uncommon this time of year. Bring a light sweater, an umbrella, and a raincoat.
Ocean beaches, the Yankee and Mets stadiums, the Statue of Liberty, the Metropolitan Museum, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Central Park, Times Square, numerous jazz cafes and entertainment spots, and some of the best and most expensive shopping in the world are just around the corner. Evenings (with the exception of Sunday and Wednesday evening) will be free, so take a look around and make sure you enjoy the sights.
Last Modified: July 7, 2010