Hotel Information

Grand Hyatt New York

109 E 42nd St @ Grand Central Terminal

New York, NY 10017

Reservations: (212) 883-1234

The block offers a mixture of Grand King and Grand Double rooms for $349-$389/night plus taxes (currently 14.75% & $3.50 occupancy tax)

Cutoff date is: 10/22/2018

Helpful tip for booking flights and hotels:

Conference officially starts: 10:45am, 11/14
Conference officially concludes: 1:20pm, 11/16


*Flex Pass attendees can come and go as needed while still having access to live sessions

Dress Code: Business Casual


Networking Event: NYC "Sights & Bites" Walking Tour

On Wednesday, November 14th, starting at 6pm EST, join us for our NYC "Sights & Bites" Walking Tour*! See some of NYC's iconic sights, learn secret hacks and hear in-depth stories of the area from a local expert guide all while sampling the best food and drink New York has to offer. You'll be randomly grouped with up to 11 other Summit attendees which means you’ll get to know new people while walking, talking, eating and enjoying the city together during the 3 tour. Bring comfortable shoes, business cards, and an appetite! Tickets are $90 per person and include 4-5 food samples (equivalent of a meal), coffee, 2 alcoholic drinks, and gratuity (non-alcoholic tickets $70).

That’s dinner and entertainment in New York City for under $100! And it’s exclusive to AICPA Women’s Global Leadership Summit participants only.

Space is limited, so buy your tickets today!

Space is limited, so buy tickets today at the same time you build your conference agenda.

*"Walking" tour means that no transportation is provided. These tours can accommodate ADA needs when requested in advance. Food sensitive tours can be arranged upon request.



Recreation & Entertainment

Times Square

Times Square

Lined with huge, brilliantly lit billboards and screens, Times Square is a place best visited in the evening, but still exciting at any time of day. Stop in the famous Hershey’s store to grab a sweet treat and then take a break on the bleachers and appreciate the scene.

Empire State Building

Empire State Building

You’ll want to visit one of the two observatories atop New York’s most famous landmark building. On clear days, you can see up to 80 miles, looking into the neighboring states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts.



Considered the pinnacle of American theater, this is the place to see the hottest new shows such as Hamilton as well as the long-running classics like The Lion King. Tickets sell out quickly so make sure to purchase ahead of time.

Central Park

Central Park

Besides being a great place to experience a little nature, Central Park houses many attractions within its borders, including the Belvedere Castle, Wollman Ice Skating Rink and the Central Park Zoo. There is always something to do or see in this beautiful park.

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

Built in 1886, the Statue of Liberty remains a famous world symbol of freedom and one of the greatest American icons. Set your eyes upon one of the world’s largest statues from Battery Park or take a short boat trip to Liberty Island.

Grand Central Station

Grand Central Terminal

Located just across from the hotel, this historic world-famous landmark in Midtown Manhattan is not simply a transportation hub – it’s also a shopping, dining and cultural destination with 60 shops, 35 places to eat, and a full calendar of events under one magnificent roof.