New York City Guide

How to get here, where to go, and where to stay.

From booking your ticket to booking a reservation at that swanky new restaurant downtown, we've got you covered. Make the most out of your Advertising Week New York experience and enjoy the many sights, tastes and one-of-a-kind experiences New York City has to offer while you're here.


Hotel Partners



Stay in the heart of New York City at YOTEL New York and enjoy a comfortable, lively and tech-friendly atmosphere at an affordable price. Premium Queen Cabins come with the signature Smartbed featuring Serta mattresses and free WIFI everywhere. Take advantage of the on-site restaurant, Green Fig, and the terrace space for personal use or client entertainment. YOTEL New York is within walking distance to the Times Square campus making for an easy commute to and from Advertising Week events.

Distance • 0.4 Miles

8 minute walk
5 minute drive


From $189 before September 11, 2017


Bookings may be made also by calling the Pre-Arrival Team directly at
(877) 909-6835 and identify yourself as being with the Advertising Week 2017 Block or Block Code ‘ADVERTISINGWEEK17’



Urban adventure, daredevil design, and energetic social hub, Hudson takes convention and turns it on its head. The next generation of hotel, Hudson is stylish, democratic, young at heart and utterly cool. Special rates include breakfast daily if booked by August 31st.

Distance • 1 Mile

20 minute walk
8 minute drive


From $219 before Sept 13, 2017


Bookings may be made also by calling reservations directly at
(702) 577-2830 or toll-free (800) 606-6090, specify the Hudson and use Block Code ‘AD2417’


Travel to New York



Curious about the best ways to travel to New York City on a budget? While the best time to purchase tickets largely depends on destination and travel days, studies suggest an average 7 weeks out from your trip is the best time to book. If you're planning on attending Advertising Week New York, best options to buy would be the week of August 7.

Not sure what mode of transporation to take? If you're traveling from the East Coast, don't forget that traveling by train can often be the quicker and cheaper option. Avoid airport hassles, security slowdowns and get some work done on the ground. 


Sights to See



There's no greater place to experience live theatre than with the bright lights of Broadway in the heart of New York City. Don't miss the chance to see some of Broadway's leading shows at a discount, including the critically acclaimed Dear Evan Hansen or Broadway classics like Chicago and Phantom of the Opera. Since you'll already be in the right area for Advertising Week, head over to the TKTS booth in Times Square for same-day discounted tickets.




You won't have to go far from the Advertising Week campus to try some of the best food New York City has to offer. Head over to Restaurant Row on 46th Street between 8th and 9th Avenue and sample the many flavors of this dynamic city.

Looking to explore other parts of Manhattan? Head down to Chinatown for authentic Asian cuisine, venture into Little Italy for traditional Italian dishes, or pop into one of New York's hundreds of Irish pups for classic Irish grub and refreshments. Want to try them all in once place? Check out the Chelsea Food Market – a cool, urban, indoor food market equipped with food and artisan shops that give you a sample of the many flavors of New York City.

If you're looking for a place for a quiet dinner meeting, you may want to head west to 44th Street and 10th Avenue where you'll find two great restaurant options: 44 & X, a cozy space with classic American cuisine, or Meme Mediterranean, a lovely spot with an outdoor seating option. 




From the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building, New York City is known for its famous sights and landmarks. Enjoy the warm September weather in some of New York's best outdoor spots, like Central Park or the Highline, or venture across the East River by walking the Brooklyn Bridge for a one-of-a-kind view of the Manhattan skyline.

Famous for its history and cutting edge art-scene, New York also boasts some of the best museums in the world. Head over to the Musuem of Modern Art to see unique exhibitions showcasing the best stylistic movements and artists in modern history, or cross an item off of your bucket list and pay a visit to the famous Metropolitan Museum of Art, the largest art musuem in the United States. Home to over 5,000 years of art that spans nearly every culture and time period, the Met offers visitors a unique blend of contemporary art and history.


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