We're thrilled to host our 2018 New York State Family History Conference at the DoubleTree in Tarrytown, NY.
All conference events will be held in the DoubleTree - many rooms are available just a short walk away from the lecture rooms, conference exhibit hall, and hotel restaurant.
Hotel reservations at the DoubleTree are now open. To get the conference rate of $151, please use group code GBS. Reservation must be made by Monday, August 13 will receive the group rate.
Important note: We are adding a block of rooms at nearby hotel very soon. Please stand by for details.
For reservations earlier than Wednesday and Saturday or later, please the hotel directly at (914) 524-6418 to make a reservation. If you wish to extend your stay beyond the conference dates, please call the hotel directly to make your reservation.
If you have mobility challenges, please request a room “before the stairs.”
More about the conference venue
The DoubleTree has guest rooms and suites with HDTVs, complimentary WiFi, and tea and coffee making facilities. There is a seasonal outdoor patio bar, a steam room and sauna in the day spa, as well as a fully equipped fitness center.
Charming downtown Tarrytown is only minutes away, and the Lyndhurst Castle Grounds and Old Croton Acqueduct are a short walk from the hotel. The main events of the conference will take place in the Grand Ballroom and the 20 other conference spaces available on the property.
The DoubleTree is located in the historic town of Tarrytown in Westchester County, New York. The hotel has plenty of on-site parking, and is just minutes away from the Tappan Zee Bridge, making it an ideal location for those traveling from Upstate New York.
For those flying in, Westchester, LaGuardia and JFK International are all a short trip to and from the hotel.
The Tarrytown Metro North train station is only minutes away from the hotel, and provides quick and convenient access to New York City. Passengers traveling via Amtrak can easily connect with Metro North at the Yonkers station, just south of Tarrytown.