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Many of our guests are traveling from far afield to be with us on this day. We know that getting to, staying in, and moving around New York City is no easy task, so we are profoundly grateful to everyone who is even considering making a trip here! The presence of our family and friends makes this event so much more meaningful to us, and we hope we can go a small way toward returning the favor by sharing some local expertise below and on the next page.


Jack & Fran

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One nice thing about New York is that it has three large airports. Arriving at LGA will be the quickest ride to our venues and chosen hotels, however EWR and JFK are perfectly good options. Taxis, Ubers and Lyft are the simplest way to get to Manhattan. Plan on about 30-40 minutes. We do not recommend renting or bringing a car to the city. Driving in the city is difficult and parking is expensive.



We know it can be overwhelming to find a place to stay in New York, so to help we blocked rooms for our wedding guests at discounted rates near our venues. Please use the links below to book. If you call the hotel directly, reference the Reavis-Muller Wedding. Note the room block deadlines to ensure a discounted booking.


If you have questions or need to book additional nights for the New York Athletic Club please email for all other rooms please email for prompt assistance!

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New York Athletic Club ($$$): Home to our reception. Guests have full access to the club including their two restaurants, cocktail lounge,

and athletic facilities. 

Guests may call (212) 767-7135 or email 

to reserve rooms, Deadline 10/19

**Please note all guests must abide by the club's dress code in most areas, which can be found here.

The Empire Hotel NYC ($$): Ten minute walk from the reception

venue and nearby to some great Upper West Side restaurants for

those looking to dine out the night before the wedding.

Booking Link, Deadline: 10/18

New York Hilton Hotel Midtown ($$): Brand name hotel in the heart of midtown, 10 minutes walking to the reception venue or Times Square.

Booking Link, Deadline: 10/17

Arthouse Hotel New York ($$): Vintage boutique hotel with a bar & pastry shop. Close to the American Museum of Natural History.

Booking Link, Deadline: 10/17

A Note on AirBnB
Although we know AirBnB can be a great option in most cities, it is now illegal in New York City and we do not want any of our guests to run into difficulties.

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Throughout the weekend, you will have several choices for getting around New York. The methods below are usually the easiest.

Walking: New York was made for walking. If you are staying on the Upper West Side, you can get to each planned event in less than 20 minutes on foot, and much more. It is also the best way to get a good view of the city and its people.

Taxi/Rideshare: Taxis and Rideshares are plentiful in NYC and although, maybe not the fastest they are the most comfortable and direct way to get around. Yellow taxis are cheaper (and usually have better drivers). Look for the ones whose roof lights are on! If you have difficulty hailing a taxi, Uber and Lyft are ubiquitous and active at all hours.


Public Transportation: You have access to the subway, ferry, and bus all without needing to buy a Metrocard, since all stations and buses now accept credit card taps, ApplePay, etc. The subway is a quick way to travel up and down the island of Manhattan, and usually the fastest way to get to other boroughs. Google and Apple Maps are very effective at plotting public transit routes.

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