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The 2017 International Gaming Summit will be held at one of New York City's most iconic and historic properties, the JW Marriott Essex House located on Central Park South between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. With its exceptional location directly across from Central Park and its nearby access to Fifth Avenue, the Theatre District, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Times Square and more, the hotel's ornate gilded doors and rich wood paneling throughout pay tribute to its Art Deco history.


 

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JW Marriott Essex House
One of New York City's top luxury hotels, the JW Marriott Essex House is located in an iconic Art Deco building that has been a prominent part of the city's skyline since 1931. With its incredible views of the city and Central Park, the hotel is a perfect location from which to explore the Big Apple. We have secured an exceptional $319 per night room rate for the Summit, with the hotel honoring this rate for the weekends before and after the conference (based on availability). We anticipate that our room block will fill up quickly, so don't delay in reserving your room as once our block is full, the low rate may not be available. Online reservations are available now: click here to secure your reservation. 

All Summit sessions will be held in the hotel's main floor ballroom and second floor conference rooms. 


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Big Apple Highlights
Home to the Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, a world-renowned Theatre district and more, New York City is a fast-paced, vibrant city that influences international finance, art, fashion, food and more. The following links will help you navigate the myriad options and put together your own "must do" list:

  • The Official Guide to New York City: Use this comprehensive site to find out what to do, where to go and what to eat.
  • NYC Visitors: Provided by the City of New York, this site includes a wealth of information about the city's boroughs, transportation, major events and more.
  • ILoveNY: Hosted by the New York Department of Economic Development, this site is a broader resource for events happening in and around New York City, as well as within the state.