HOST HOTEL

The ULTIMATE New York City Place to Stay! Times Square. Central Park. Radio City Music Hall. Broadway. Unique Dining Experiences. All a short walk from The Sheraton New York Times Square, host hotel of the 2024 SYTA Annual Conference!

Deluxe amenities await SYTA Conference attendees staying at the Sheraton. Break a sweat in the 4,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art fitness center with Peloton bikes, dine on delicious market-inspired cuisine at Hudson Market, sip on cocktails or Starbucks® coffee drinks at Library Bar and work productively in the hotel’s on-site business center.

The best part….SLEEP IN a few extra minutes, the annual conference is just an elevator ride away as the entire conference will take place at the Sheraton.

 

HOUSING RESERVATIONS WILL OPEN IN LATE FEBRUARY 2024

** Attendees are expected to stay at the host hotel

 
HOTEL RESERVATIONS

As a convenience for the 2024 SYTA Annual Conference attendees, hotel reservations will be made through CONNECTIONS HOUSING, the official housing vendor for the conference. 

RESERVE EARLY as hotels will fill up quickly!  

SYTA has negotiated discounted rates for the conference. To secure these rates, you MUST make your hotel arrangements through Connections Housing, Inc., the only approved, official housing vendor for SYTA. All correspondence (emails, etc.) will have the seal below to indicate the correspondence is coming from Connections Housing, Inc.  

 

SYTA CONTRACTED HOTELS

 

Sheraton New York Times Square

Minimum 3-night for stays between Thursday, August 8th – Tuesday, August 13th, 2024 

811 7th Avenue 53rd Street
New York, New York 10019 

 

Rates 

Single: $295 

Double: $295 

Plus 14.75% tax and $3.50 additional taxes/room/night 

Kimpton Hotel Theta (0.4 mile walk to Sheraton)

790 8th Avenue  
New York City, NY 10019 

 

Rates 

Single: $295 

Double: $295 

Plus 14.75% tax and $3.50 additional taxes/room/night 

Park Central Hotel (0.1 mile walk to Sheraton)

870 Seventh Avenue 
New York, NY 10019 

 

Rates 

Single: $295 

Double: $295 

Plus 14.75% tax and $3.50 additional taxes/room/night 

Romer Hell’s Kitchen Hotel (0.2 mile walk to Sheraton) 

851 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10019 

 

Rates 

Single: $295 

Double: $295 

Plus 14.75% tax and $3.50 additional taxes/room/night 

HOUSING CUSTOMER SERVICE

For questions regarding your hotel reservation, please call: (702) 476-6976 
Available Monday through Friday 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM Mountain Time OR Email: [email protected] 

Reservations must be made by July 8, 2024, to qualify for the discounted group rate. After that date, rooms and rate are based on availability.

  • GROUP RATES are available three days before and three days after the conference, based upon availability.
  • Reservation CANCELLATIONS must be made at least 24 hours before the arrival date to cancel without charge.
  • All reservations require a DEPOSIT equal to one-night room and tax at the time of booking.

Check-in time: 3:00 p.m.

Check-out time: 12:00 p.m.

Complimentary internet is provided for SYTA reserved sleeping rooms.

Note: SYTA is NOT responsible or liable for reimbursement of any hotel expenses incurred as a result of individual or group cancellations or cancellation of the annual conference by SYTA.

BEWARE OF HOUSING SCAMS

Please do not make hotel arrangements or share any personal information through any means other than directly through the hotels. If you receive a call or e-mail from an outside company stating they can make your reservation and save you money, this is a deceptive practice and is not in any way affiliated with SYTA. Please DO NOT share any information. 

HOUSING POLICIES
 
HOTEL

SYTA requests that you stay at one of the 2024 SYTA Annual Conference host hotels as SYTA takes a financial risk when securing rooms for the conference. Registrants reserving rooms at other hotels increase this risk, which could result in fewer available rooms and higher room and registration rates in the future.  

If your company has a formal travel policy regarding hotels, please email this information to [email protected]. NYC locals that prefer to commute to our events are exempt from this policy. 

Attendees who stay outside the block will be charged an additional $200.00 after the conference.  

REGISTRATION

Registration is not required to reserve a room, but SYTA will be checking hotel reservation lists against registered attendees. A room reservation is subject to cancellation if a guest has not registered for conference by May 31, 2024. 

DEPOSITS

All hotel reservations for the 2024 SYTA Annual Conference require a deposit equal to a one-night room and tax at the time of booking. 

ROOM BLOCKS

Up to three (3) rooms may be reserved under one name by attendees at the contracted hotels.  A complete list of names should be submitted to Connections Housing by May 31, 2024. 

GETTING TO NYC 

Whether you live across the Hudson or across the Atlantic, getting to NYC is easy. If you’re coming from outside the United States, check this page for visa information. See below for the best ways to reach the five boroughs from anywhere in the world, and click through each category (for example, “By plane”) for much more detail.

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BY PLANE

If you’re coming from far away, you’ll probably want to fly into one of the New York City area’s major airports. There are a number of hotels conveniently located near the City’s airports.

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BY TRAIN
Those starting from a nearby suburb can reach NYC by NJ Transit, Long Island Rail Road or Metro-North Railroad.
 
Amtrak also offers comfortable, convenient service to NYC from cities near and far.

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BY BUS
For some travelers, especially those coming from other East Coast cities, buses are an affordable and convenient travel option. New York City enjoys service from such companies as Megabus, FlixBus and Greyhound, as well as other local carriers.

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BY CAR
Driving to NYC? Use Google Maps to get directions, and plan ahead for where to park using ParkWhiz (there’s some street parking, plenty of parking garages and some hotels offer package deals that include parking).

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GETTING AROUND NYC

New York is an excellent walking city, and getting around by foot is the best way to familiarize yourself with neighborhoods and their (sometimes subtle) divisions. Of course, sometimes you’ll need to move more quickly or cover great distances, for which you’ve got subways, buses and cabs at your disposal. Click through each category (for example, “MTA Subways and Buses”) for much more detail.

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MTA SUBWAYS AND BUSES
An OMNY card or a MetroCard (though that is being discontinued) gets you access to trains and buses that travel to nearly every corner of the City. All public transit buses are accessible to people with disabilities, as well as portions of the subway system.
 

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TAXIS
Cabs are a quick, convenient way to get around the five boroughs.
 

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CARS
Driving within the City?
Google Maps can help you navigate all five boroughs.
 

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OTHER
Ferries, pedicabs, cruise ships, bicycles are all great ways to get around New York.
 

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