NYC & Company

Convention center80,268 sq. m
Guest Rooms121,200
Guest rooms at 1 hotel1,957 guest rooms
Special event venues
Average room rate$276.00
Daily food cost$89.00
Occupancy rate87.1%
Tax rate14.75%

NYC & Company


Why Choose Our Destination?

New York City—there’s no place quite like it. Unquestionably among the most diverse and electrifying cities in the world, NYC is home to more Fortune 500 companies and industry leaders than any other US city, not to mention unparalleled dining, shopping, theater and culture. With such a dynamic backdrop, it’s no surprise that NYC meetings consistently deliver record attendance. As the City’s official CVB, NYC & Company never stops working to make sure your meeting is a success. Our hands-on approach includes helping you narrow down venue and hotel choices and connecting you with approximately 2,000 local venues, products and services. The NYC & Company team can even help coordinate your VIP receptions, special events, companion programs and group tours. Our completely redesigned portal for event planners ( makes it possible to plan an NYC meeting from start to finish. The site features an interactive product directory to compare properties and venues as well as ongoing content updates keep the planning community up-to-date on what’s happening in the five boroughs. Ready to plan an event worth traveling for? Make It NYC for your next meeting or event.


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Distance from airport

  • John F. Kennedy International Airport

    24.14 km from city center

  • LaGuardia Airport

    12.87 km from city center

  • Newark Liberty International Airport

    25.75 km from city center


Local Attractions


The Bronx offers a wide range of cultural and meeting offerings. Consider event spaces at celebrated sights such as Yankee Stadium, the Bronx Zoo with amazing nature environments, the New York Botanical Garden with bio-diverse blooms and beautiful light-filled structures, or elegant Wave Hill's historic mansion and cultural center with rambling gardens and sweeping Hudson River Views. Bronx highlights include: -Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum -Bronx County Historical Society -Bronx Museum of the Arts -Bronx Zoo -City Island -Edgar Allan Poe Cottage -Hall of Fame for Great Americans -New York Botanical Garden -Pelham/Split Rock Golf Course -Valentine-Varian House -Van Cortlandt Park Golf Course -Van Cortlandt House Museum -Wave Hill -Woodlawn Cemetery -Yankee Stadium

Staten Island

Though accessible by car, a more scenic route to Staten Island is by way of the Staten Island Ferry, the free ride brings sweeping views of the New York harbor and the Statue of Liberty. Several of these attractions are suitable for meeting and event function spaces. Some of these include the Staten Island Yankees ballpark, the minor league team affilliates of the NY Yankees, the Staten Island Museum, the historic St. George Theatre and the 83-acre Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Staten Island Botanical Garden, home to the Noble Maritime Collection and the Staten Island Children's Museum. Staten Island Highlights include: -Alice Austen House Museum -Historic Richmond Town -La Tourette Park & Golf Course -Silver Lake Golf Course -Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden -South Shore Golf Course -St. George Theatre -Staten Island Children’s Museum -Staten Island Museum -Staten Island Yankees minor-league baseball team -Staten Island Zoo


Across the Brooklyn Bridge lies the city’s most populous borough. It's divided into a number of well-defined neighborhoods, including DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Park Slope, Red Hook, Fort Greene and Williamsburg, among others. Brooklyn highlights include: -Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) -Brooklyn Botanic Garden -Brooklyn Children’s Museum -Brooklyn Cyclones minor-league baseball team -Brooklyn Museum -Coney Island -Deno’s Wonder Wheel -Dumbo Arts Center -Dyker Beach Golf Course -Grand Prospect Hall -Green-Wood Cemetery -Harbor Defense Museum -Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts -Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts -New York Aquarium -New York Transit Museum -Prospect Park -St. Ann's Warehouse -Weeksville Heritage Center -Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum


Manhattan offers a diverse and exciting cityscape, a patchwork of distinctive neighborhoods and attractions with Central Park at its heart. A borough of culture and commerce, Manhattan is the central island in the New York archipelago. Its Midtown is a hub unto itself: Spanning 30th Street to 50th Street from river to river, it’s home to corporate headquarters, fine hotels and restaurants, and landmarks as varied as the United Nations, the New York Public Library and Madison Square Garden. Iconic landmarks include: -Rockefeller Center, a sprawling multi-block complex encompassing Radio City Music Hall and Top of the Rock Observation Deck -Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts -Hundreds of museums, from the Metropolitan to the Museum of Natural History to MoMA to the Guggenheim to Whitney to Ellis Island -The Broadway theaters of Times Square -Madison Square Garden -Carnegie Hall Neighborhoods of interest include: -Washington Heights -Spanish Harlem -Upper West/East Side -Midtown -Chelsea -Lower East Side -SoHo -Tribeca -Chinatown -Financial District


Queens, across the East River from Midtown Manhattan, has become a top cultural destination. Even within a city known for its diversity, Queens stands apart: no other county in the U.S. counts natives of more countries among its residents, with more than 130 languages spoken throughout the borough. The result is visitors and residents alike are continually influenced by other cultures, tastes and traditions. Queens highlights include: -Bayside Historical Society -Citi Field, home of the New York Mets -Fisher Landau Center for Art -Flushing Town Hall -Lewis H. Latimer House Museum -Louis Armstrong House Museum -Museum of the Moving Image -New York Hall of Science -Noguchi Museum -P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center -Queens Botanical Gardens -Queens County Farm Museum -Queens Museum of Art -Queens Zoo -Socrates Sculpture Park -USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

Convention Centers

  • Jacob K. Javits Convention Center of New York

    An inspring combination of soaring steel and glass, the Javits Center stretches six city blocks, offering 840,000 square feet of flexible space with 10 halls and a total of 102 meeting rooms. We welcome the opportunity to host your event.

    • Exhibit Space70,606 sq. m
      Total meeting space78,483 sq. m



High season
Sep 9 – Dec 15
May 1 – Jun 30
Shoulder season
Mar 1 – Apr 30
Low season
Jul 1 – Sep 8
Jan 1 – Feb 29
Dec 16 – Dec 31