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The Mailman School of Public Health is located in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. Columbia University has negotiated hotel prices for several preferred New York City hotels south of the Mailman School campus for faculty, staff, students, alumni, and their guests:

When making a reservation, please indicate that you are calling from Columbia University.

Aloft Harlem
2296 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
New York, NY 10027
Neighborhood: Upper West Side / Harlem
Phone: 212-749-4000 or 877-462-5638

Edge-Hotel
514 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032
Neighborhood: Washington Heights
Phone: 212-543-0005

Excelsior Hotel NY
45 West 81st Street
New York, NY 10024
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Phone: 212-362-9200 or 212-580-3972 (fax)

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Hotel Beacon NYC
2130 Broadway on 75th Street
New York, NY 10023
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Phone: 212-787-1100 x2 or 800-572-4969

Hotel Belleclaire
250 West 77th Street
New York, NY 10024
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Phone: 877-468-3522

Hotel Newton
2528 Broadway on West 96th Street
New York, NY 10025
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Phone: 800-643-5553 or 212-678-6500

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Hudson Hotel
356 West 58th Street
New York, NY 10019
Neighborhood: Columbus Ciricle / Upper West Side
Phone: 800-606-6090 or 212-554-6127

Marriott Courtyard Central Park
1717 Broadway in der 54th Street
New York, NY 10024
Stadtviertel: Times Square/Central Park South
Phone: 212-324-3773 or 855-331-8443

NYLO
2178 Broadway in der 77th Street
New York, NY 10024
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Phone: 212-362-1100 or 800-509-7598

Das Empire-Hotel
44 West 63rd Street
New York, NY 10023
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Phone: 212-265-7400

The Lucerne
201 West 79th Street on Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10024
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Phone: 800-492-8122

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