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Guest Accommodations at Club Quarters


New York


NYU alumni visiting New York are invited to stay at Club Quarters Downtown, a private hotel convenient to the University. Located in a renovated turn-of-the-century building in New York's historic Financial District, Club Quarters offers full hotel services, meeting rooms, a health club, room service, automated wake-up service and fax and computer capability. On weekends, University guests may also stay at the Club Quarters Midtown, located in a landmark building close to shopping, Broadway theatres, and Rockefeller Center. Call Club Quarters at (212) 575-0006 for current rates and availability.

Washington, DC


The exclusive Washington, D.C. hotel offers 161 comfortable rooms that are well equipped for the business traveler. The hotel is located at 839 17th Street NW, on the corner of I Street overlooking Farragut Square, just a few blocks from the White House.

Boston


The Boston Club Quarters offers 178 comfortable, traditionally styled rooms. Located at 161 Devonshire Street, the hotel is between Milk and Franklin Streets in the heart of the Financial District and just a few blocks from Post Office Square, the Old South Meeting House, and Faneuil Hall.

Philadelphia


The Philadelphia Club Quarters is located at 1628 Chestnut Street.

Chicago

The Chicago Club Quarters is located at 111 West Adams Street (between Clark and LaSalle).

London


The Club Quarters London, St. Paul's is located at 24 Ludgate Hill.

Greenchurch, England

Club Quarters, Gracechurch (in the "City") is located at 7 Gracechurch Street.

Terms


All Club Quarters room rates are subject to availability. Additional discounted rates are available during the low season in New York and Washington D.C. Please call Club Quarters Reservations at (212) 443-575-0006 for details.

 

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