129th Annual Meeting

2015 Hotel and Rate Information

AHA, October 2014

HOTELS

Single

1 person

Double

2 people

Triple

3 people

Quad

4 people

Suite

New York Hilton Midtown (hdqtrs., 1,300 rooms)

$169*

$169

$199

$219

$575 & up

New York Sheraton Times Square

(co-hdqtrs., 1,300 rooms)

$149

$169

$199

$229

$650 & up

The Manhattan at Times Square (250 rooms)**

$119 for a king bed; $149 for 2 beds

$119 for a king bed; $149 for 2 beds

$149 for 2 beds and 1 rollaway

$149 for 2 beds

N/A

* The limit for the lower single rate has been reached; the double rate will now be charged for single occupancy.

** Free Wi-Fi for up to 4 devices. Rates in effect up to housing cutoff (December 10, 2014); thereafter, rates will be the same as the Hilton and Sheraton.

The rates noted above:

    • Are subject to a tax of 13.375%, plus a 5.875% per room, per night New York City occupancy tax (subject to change without notice).
    • Will be honored three days before and after the official meeting dates of January 2–5, based upon availability at the time the reservation is made.
    • Are available only to those who have registered for the 2015 AHA annual meeting. Information regarding booking your housing will be included in your registration confirmation e-mail.

TripAdvisor ratings: Hilton and Sheraton 4-stars; Manhattan 3½-stars.

Reservations should be made by December 10, 2014, 5:00 p.m. EST.

Conference Hotels

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  1. New York Hilton Midtown (headquarters) 1335 Avenue of the Americas
  2. Sheraton New York Times Square (co-headquarters) 811 Seventh Avenue
  3. The Manhattan at Times Square, 790 Seventh Avenue

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