Slate: Homeless New Yorkers Don’t Want to Go Back to Normal

Earlier this month, a modified school bus pulled up in front of a hotel in midtown Manhattan and a standoff began. The bus was there to take homeless New Yorkers away. These men had been living in this hotel, rent free, courtesy of the city, for more than a year—all part of an effort to stop the spread of COVID, by keeping them out of congregate shelters. Now that infection rates are down and vaccines have become available, the city has been trying to move these men. And some refused to go.

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2021 Scholarship Awards Program

We are pleased to announce that the HANYC Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, will be offering three scholarship awards of $10,000 each this year.

Sustainable Hospitality

The vision of the HANYC Sustainable Hospitality committee is to transform the New York City hotel industry into a recognized champion of sustainable hospitality in the United States and in the World. On this external site we share best practices, innovations and sustainable initiatives .

Human Trafficking Training

Human trafficking is incredibly widespread and our hotels have an important role to play in keeping our community and our hotels safe from this harm. HANYC is now partnering with Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) to provide FREE human trafficking training for HANYC members and their staff.


05aug5:00 pm6:00 pmFeaturedFIRST POST-COVID, IN-PERSON MIXER -- HOTEL MEMBERS ONLY5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

03aug10:00 am11:00 amExcelsior Pass Webinar -- HOTEL MEMBERS ONLY10:00 am - 11:00 am