Hotel Accommodations Update!

bookfair1.jpgWe recommend that you book your hotel reservations as soon as possible, in order to find less expensive accommodations during the busy holiday season.

The list of hotels below isn’t comprehensive by any means, but is a fair representation. It also includes several hotels located on the same block as the NYCIP. All rates are for a single room for two adults. Many of the hotels seem to offer an AAA discount, so when making reservations, we recommend you mention if you are a AAA member. Also note that rates in Brooklyn may be cheaper, and that Hotel Reservations Network has discounted rates at over 50 hotels in New York.

Various hotel booking websites can be found below.

For your convenience, this information contains up-to-date pricing as well as contact information. Prices listed do not include tax.

Affinia Dumont
150 East 34th Street
212-481-7600
From $432/night 

The Algonquin
59 West 44th Street
212-840-6800
From $579/night

Doubletree Metropolitan
569 Lexington Avenue
212-752-7000
From $299/night

Hotel QT
125 West 45th Street
212-354-2323
From $325/night

Hotel Sofitel
45 West 44th Street
212-354-8844
From $609/night

Hotel Stanford
43 West 32nd Street
800-365-1114
From $309/night

The Iroquois
49 West 44th Street
212-840-3080
From $529/night

The Milford Plaza
270 West 45th Street
1-800-311-4307
From $380/night

New York Helmsley
212 East 42nd Street
212-490-8900
From $415/night

The Mansfield
12 West 44th Street
212-277-8700
From $399/night

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street, Brooklyn
888-436-3759
From $459/night

The Pod Hotel (formerly The Pickwick Arms)
230 East 51st Street
212-355-0300
From $139/night

Royalton
44 West 44th Street
212-869-4400
From $799/night

Super 8
59 West 46th Street
212-719-2300
From $389.99/night

The Time
224 West 49th Street
877-846-3692
From $339/night

For reservations, you can book online at www.hoteldiscount.com. Other websites with discounted hotel rooms include www.expedia.com, www.hotels.com, www.hotwire.com, www.priceline.com, www.quikbook.com, and www.travelocitycom. We also suggest checking www.newyork.craigslist.org for private rentals. Bed and Breakfast accommodations are another option.

2007 Book Fair in Six Weeks!

bookfair.jpgAttention All Publishers!

December 1st and 2nd mark the 20th Annual Independent & Small Press Book Fair. This year’s Fair promises to be another great success, as we already have an impressive and diverse list of participating presses.

In addition to our schedule of exciting public programs over the course of the weekend, including a Saturday morning indie reader marathon, we are introducing the Mini-Rights Fair, an industry-exclusive event that will take place Friday, November 30th (check the NYCIP blog for updates).

Would your press like to be a part of this longstanding industry tradition? Come exhibit your books and promote your press with 100 other top-notch indie publishers, as we prepare to take this event into its 20th year.

Our beautiful historic building stands in midtown Manhattan. As the Book Fair’s location for the last 19 years, our home provides a unique ambience – the perfect venue for a book-lover’s paradise!

We’re filling up fast, so be sure to register for your space today! To download the 2007 Book Fair Registration Form PDF, click here. Please keep in mind the Ground Floor Library and Balcony spaces are sold out. All table dimensions and basic Fair info can be viewed in the registration form.

The New York Center for Independent Publishing is an educational program of The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen and is located at 20 West 44th Street, New York, NY. Visit our website at www.nycip.org.

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