Long Beach, NY

October 12-15, 2017

Hotel and Accommodations

Long Beach Hotel
405 E. Broadway, Long Beach, NY 11561

Long Beach Hotel
Long Beach Hotel
Long Beach Hotel


The rooms BraveHeart Women have blocked for RISE 2017 are $109.USD per night PLUS applicable taxes.
(two can share a room and pay about $55 USD + tax each). First come first served on the Twin rooms and King rooms. The rest are Queen or Double.

Group rates are for standard rooms only. If you require a bigger type room or suite, a surcharge may apply.

Reserve your own room now by calling 1-516-544-4444 or reserve online here: www.longbeachhotelny.com. To be sure to receive the group rate, let the reservationist know of the ‘BraveHeart Women Room Block’.

Check in time is 3:00pm - 2:00am and check out time is 11:00am. Free WiFi in all rooms and lobby.

The hotel is 5 minutes away from the Long Island Railroad, 25 minutes from JFK International Airport and 40 minutes away from the sites and sounds of the City that never sleeps!

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Although RISE will officially begin on Thursday, October 12th at 9:00 a.m., we encourage you to arrive on Wednesday, October 11th to settle into your hotel room and join the welcoming festivities!

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Airport - Fly into JFK International Airport, New York

JFK is 25-35 minutes from the hotel. You may take a taxi, Uber, or car service. Depending on traffic, it can range from $32 - $60. It is best to share the ride if you can coordinate with other RISE attendees. Long Beach is 50 minutes by train from Manhattan.

Ground Transportation Information:

Train, Bus, Taxi or Drive Information – Click Here

Coming to Long Beach by train from NYC you would catch the LIRR from Penn Station, or Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn.

Tickets purchased before boarding the train are about half the price. So buy tickets before boarding the train, there are different prices for on and 'Off Peak’ schedule times. and schedules vary according to season. trains run approximately every 30 minutes. Exact train times are not yet established for RISE dates.

For Long Island Railroad schedules and fares check: http://lirr42.mta.info/

For subway and greater NYC train information use this link: http://www.mta.info/

From the Airport It would be nearly as expensive to take the train with connections, as it is to take a taxi directly to the hotel. The train would not be the recommended option. Train service running between JFK Airport and Long Beach connects by taking the 'Train to the Plane' to Jamaica Station and the LIRR (Long Island Railroad) to Long Beach.

Click Here for the latest LIRR schedule from the plane.

Taxi/Uber – Click Here

Super Shuttle - Click Here

Driving from JFK

Driving directions to Long Beach Hotel from JFK International Airport: 36 min 15.2 miles

  • Follow Airport Exit signs and merge onto JFK EXPY North – 2.2 miles
  • Merge onto Southern State Pkwy E/Belt Pkwy E toward Eastern LI – 1.27 miles
  • Southern State Pkwy E/Belt Pkwy E becomes Laurelton Pkwy E – 0.23 miles
  • Merge onto NY-27 via Exit 23B toward Brookville Blvd – 4.21 miles
  • Turn right onto Atlantic Ave – 1.07 miles
  • Turn left onto Main St – 0.08 miles
  • Turn slight left onto Atlantic Ave – 0.45 miles
  • Turn right onto Lawson Blvd – 1.42 miles
  • Turn right onto Long Beach Rd – 1.29 miles
  • Turn slight left to stay on Long Beach Rd – 0.65 miles
  • Long Beach Rd becomes Long Beach Blvd – 0.64 miles
  • Turn right onto Franklin Blvd – 0.25 miles
  • Turn right onto E Broadway – 0.12 miles

The Long Beach Hotel

405 E Broadway, is on the right side of street.

About Long Beach, NY

Ranked on the list of America’s cleanest beaches. Welcome to this historic City by the Sea.

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Long Beach is one of the older, more established communities on Long Island. Founded in 1880 when the first Long Beach Hotel was built, it has continued to grow at a steady pace (the railroad arrived in 1882 promoting Long Beach as a resort community for vacationers).

Long Beach, NYThe major attraction in its development was the fact that Long Beach is an oceanfront island along Long Island’s south shore which has a moderating effect on its climate. Long Beach averages 10 degrees warmer in the winter and 10 degrees cooler in the summer than inland communities on Long Island and New York City. With the ocean on one side and the bay on the other, Long Beach developed as a seaside community.

By the beach on the oceanfront there is a 2 ¼ mile long boardwalk (built in 1914 with the help of some elephants), where in winter and in summer, one can find strollers, joggers and bicycle riders. A section of the boardwalk is set aside as a bicycle lane and the recent interest in physical fitness has resulted in an increased use of the lighted boardwalk both during the day and at night. The adjacent beach is a 3.5 mile stretch of pure white sand open to the public year round with daily and seasonal rates during the summer.

Long Beach, NYThe City of Long Beach is one of only two cities on Long Island (the other is Glen Cove). Although geographically within the Town of Hempstead located in Nassau County, Long Beach is politically independent and self-governing.

Long Beach was recently ranked as one of the "cleanest beaches in the U.S." by the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), according to an article in The Active Times. The NRDC, which works to "safeguard the earth—its people, plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends," ranked a total of 14 beaches across the US. The 3.3 mile beach, with a 2.2 mile boardwalk, has been reviewed on TripAdvisor as being safe, clean, and having great waves.

Long Beach, NYThere’s a "Walks Section" in Long Beach that was originally built in the 1920's as a military houses. Long Beach was a naval proving ground at the time. It transitioned to a recreation center in the late 1930's and 40's. Several hotels lined the iconic boardwalk. In the 70's and 80's, Long Beach lost favor as a destination and went into decline.

The 90's were a Renaissance for Long Beach as surfers and retirees from other parts of Long Island and the religious community rediscovered the historic houses and boardwalk. The town went through a boom in construction and cooled off after the financial crisis of 2008.

The town was hammered by Hurricane Irene in 2011 and devastated by Sandy in 2012. The boardwalk was destroyed, the bay and ocean swamped the town with 11 feet of water and 9000 metric tons of sand. Slowly, the town dug out.

The Boardwalk was replaced by a majestic concrete reinforced structure with bulkhead to prevent future flooding. It is the center of the town and over 400 new homes have been constructed and thousands have been renovated. New businesses have sprung up and the Beach has never been better and the future never brighter.

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There’s plenty of quaint local restaurants, delis and shops… along the historic district or by the boardwalk to a 5 star at the Allegria by the sea. Of course the Long Beach Hotel that has the Surf Room restaurant and the Long Beach Bar just an elevator ride down.

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