Hilton Albany

Albany, NY Hotel
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ChainHilton
Brand
Hilton Hotels
Built1981
Renovated2013
Total Meeting Space2,787 sq. m
Guest Rooms385
40 Lodge Street
Albany, NY 12207

Hilton Albany

Albany, NY Hotel
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Ratings

Northstar
4
AAA
3

Amenities

Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access

Facilities

  • Onsite Restaurant

Services

  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Whirlpool

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+10

Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,787 sq. m
Meeting Rooms31
Largest Room936 sq. m
Second Largest Room515 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms385
Singles (1 Bed)160
Doubles (2 Beds)225
Suites18
Tax Rate8%
Occupancy Rate6%

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Local Attractions

St. Peter's Protestant Episcopal Church

Historical Landmark
1 block away
Built in 1859, St. Peter's Protestant Episcopal Church is the second-oldest protestant church in the United States and a national historic landmark. The building has a Gothic revival style, with high ceilings, mosaic-tiled floors, an impressive altar and 12 magnificent stained glass windows flanking the church aisles. The windows date from the mid-19th century to the 20th and each was designed by an eminent English artist. One of the windows is considered a church treasure -- it was designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, a British artist famous for reviving the use of stained glass in England. The 1880 window, which depicts three versions of Christ from the Old and New Testament, has vivid colors and was the first to use a new technique to make flesh tones appear more lively. The style was so well-received that it was later used in Westminster Abbey.
107 State Street
Albany, NY 12207

The Egg (Swyer Theater) at the Empire State Plaza

Theater
4 blocks away
The Egg was designed by Wallace Harrison for all the people of New York State and to accommodate many events and performances. The Egg houses two theatres – the Lewis A. Swyer Theatre and the Kitty Carlisle Hart Theatre. Seating 450, the Swyer Theatre is used for chamber music concerts, cabaret, lectures, multimedia presentations, solo performers and a majority of educational programming. With a seating capacity of 982, the Hart Theatre is used for larger productions including musical theatre, dance and music concerts. The building’s curved exterior defines the interior statement as well. There are virtually no straight lines or harsh corners inside The Egg. Instead, walls along the edge curve upward to meet gently concave ceiling light for celestial effect. The backs of performing areas are fanned – inviting one inward – providing an intimacy impossible in a conventional theatre. And throughout, walls of Swiss pearwood veneer add warmth and enhance the acoustics in the theatres. Visually distinctive, yet ingenious The Egg is a beautiful synthesis of form and function.
Lancaster Street
Albany, NY 12210

New York State Capital

Historical Landmark
3 blocks away
Sitting majestically atop Albany's State Street hill, the New York State Capitol has served as the seat of government for New York since the 1880s. The building is a marvel of late 19th century architectural grandeur. Under the direction of five architects, the Capitol was built by hand of solid masonry over a period of 32 years. By 1899 its cost had exceeded twenty-five million dollars.
Washington Ave. and State St.
Albany, NY 12242

Empire State Plaza

Recreation
5 blocks away
Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza - one of the most spectacular capital centers in the country. The Plaza is the seat of government operations for New York State - it occupies 98 acres of land, with 11,000 employees in 10 buildings. The Plaza exists because of the vision and determination of one man, Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, who wanted to create "the most electrifying capital in the world." To fulfill his purpose, Rockefeller commissioned Wallace K. Harrison, a personal friend and chief architect for Rockefeller Center, to be the principal architect for the Plaza. Construction began in 1965 and was completed in 1978. Since its completion, The Empire State Plaza has become a cultural center for thousands of visitors each year. From the New York State Capitol to the New York State Museum, the Empire State Plaza is full of things to do. Special events include festivals, concerts, and tours are just some of the things to do at the Empire State Plaza. Be sure to visit the concourse, "the underground city", a quarter-mile stretch of shops, cafeterias, and a world-class abstract art collection with major works by Alexander Calder, Helen Frankenthaler, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and dozens of famous contemporary artists.
Albany, NY 12242

Times Union Center

Nightlife
3 blocks away
The Times Union Center is a multi-purpose facility with an adaptable seating capacity of 6,000 to 17,500. The Arena host a variety of events including concerts, family shows, sporting contest and trade shows.
51 South Pearl Street
Albany, NY 12207

Albany Riverfront Park at the Corning Preserve

Park
5 blocks away
Albany Riverfront Park at the Corning Preserve is a waterfront destination for recreation and a variety of entertainment, including the Thursday night Alive at Five concert series and the Albany Riverfront Jazz Festival. With easy access provided by the Hudson River Way Pedestrian Bridge, Albany Riverfront Park includes a large amphitheatre, floating boat docks, and a bicycle path for recreation.
Albany, NY

SUNY System Administration Building

University
4 blocks away
The SUNY System Administration Building, also known as the Old D&H Railroad Building, is a public office building located at the intersection of Broadway and State Street in downtown Albany, New York. Locally the building and land it sits on is referred to as State University Plaza, or the D&H Plaza; prior to the construction of the Empire State Plaza it was simply "The Plaza". It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 as Delaware and Hudson Railroad Company Building. In 1980, when the Downtown Albany Historic District was listed on the Register, it was included as a contributing property. The central tower is thirteen stories high and is capped by an 8-foot-tall (2.4 m) working weathervane that is a replica of Henry Hudson's Half Moon. The State University of New York is centrally administered from this location. The southern tower's four top floors are the official residence of the Chancellor of SUNY.
Albany, NY 12207

Palace Performing Arts Center

Theater
7 blocks away
The Palace Theatre, a grand cultural entertainment facility in the heart of Albany, New York first opened its doors in October 1931. Built during the Depression, the Palace was the largest theatre in a city already noted for a number of other opulent movie houses, seating over 2800 patrons. Today, the Palace Theatre remains the sole survivor of this period of entertainment and continues to make history with a widely diverse offering of popular musical acts, cultural events and Classic Movies. It truly is the Jewel of Downtown Albany and acts as the anchor for the blossoming arts scene in the Capital Region.
19 Clinton Avenue
Albany, NY 12207

Distance from Airport

  • 14.48 km from Venue

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Completed $16 million renovation in the summer of 2013. Albany's largest hotel! Offering the greatest committable room block and function space under one roof. The 10,080 sq. ft. Ballroom is the largest in the entire Capital/Saratoga Region. Discover all that downtown Albany has to offer at the full-service Hilton Albany. With our first-class service and superior hospitality, it's easy to see why travelers in the know choose our hotel in Albany, NY. An incredible location in the heart of the Capital District puts our hotel within walking distance of the Capitol Building, Empire State Plaza and Times Union Center. History awaits you at the nearby New York State Museum and the Albany Institute of History & Art. Let our concierge service direct you to the best attractions the city has to offer. Traveling for business? Our hotel in Albany, NY is just blocks from major companies, including Progressive Insurance and First Albany, as well as the Legislative Office Building. Convenience is found in such thoughtful details as free Wi-Fi access and a modern Business Center. Planning an event has never been easier with the help of a Meetings Director, who can help you choose from our various meeting rooms and hosts Daily Meeting Debriefs. Unmatched by other downtown Albany hotels, we provide guests with the finest amenities. From our two exceptional dining options, an indoor pool to our exclusive Club Floors, featuring private access & Club lounge serving breakfast, afternoon hors d’ oeuvres and cocktails, you'll experience convenience and comfort like never before when you choose Hotel Albany!

Cancellation Policy

Individual guest rooms cancellation of a group block room is a minimum 24 hours prior to arrival and if "packaged" the cancellation is 72 hours prior to arrival

Facility Restrictions

$16 Million in renovations completed in the summer, 2013, including all guest rooms/suites as well as the event areas. The event level provides a combined function space area of 19,148 sq.ft.