Registration and hotel room booking for NIIC 2015 will open soon!
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Conference registration fees do not include hotel accommodations.

Information about scholarships will also be available soon.

For information about 2014 conference registration fees, click here.

Venue

New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel: 718-246-7000
NYCMarriottBrooklyn.com

Discounted NIIC 2015 rate for hotel room bookings will be available soon.
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NIIC 2015 will be held at the New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge located in the heart of downtown Brooklyn, New York, just a few blocks from the historic Brooklyn Bridge that overlooks New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The NIIC 2015 discounted room rate is $199/night and complete room booking information and reservations will be open soon. Check back here for more details!

A signature property in Brooklyn, New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge is steps away from the Brooklyn Heights Historical District, the vibrant DUMBO arts scene, a beautiful and expanded Brooklyn Bridge Park and esplanade, just minutes away from the 9/11 Memorial, the South Street Seaport, the Lower East Side and the countless other adventures to be found in the city that never sleeps.

Getting Around

GETTING TO THE NEW YORK MARRIOTT AT BROOKLYN BRIDGE

The New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge is located within walking distance of the 2/3/4/5/A/C/F/R subway lines. Complete subway information is available via the MTA.

GETTING TO NEW YORK CITY

AIRPORTS

The NYC metro area is home to three major airports – John F. Kennedy International Airport (Queens, NY), LaGuardia Airport (Queens, NY) and Newark Liberty International Airport (Newark, NJ). All three airports are accessible by public transportation, taxi/car service and airport shuttle services, and all have extensive car rental services on site. Additional transit and direction information is available via The New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge.

TRAINS

NYC’s public transportation system is among the largest in the world with commuter rail lines from Long Island, upstate New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, and regional/national train service through Amtrak. The Long Island Rail Road services the Atlantic Avenue terminal in Brooklyn (closest to NIIC 2015 venue) and Penn Station in midtown Manhattan. New Jersey Transit services Penn Station. MetroNorth Railroad services Grand Central Station (midtown Manhattan).