WESTCHESTER, NEW YORK
ENTIRE HOTEL KOSHER FOR PESACH
We are pleased to announce that our New York Pesach Program this year will take place at the newly renovated Westchester Hilton (formely the Rye Town Hilton), in Rye Brook, New York. A mere 30 minutes from Manhattan, this luxury hotel is set amidst 45 acres of verdant green landscape and gardens that invite guests to explore its beautiful grounds.
WESTCHESTER, NEW YORK
ENTIRE HOTEL KOSHER FOR PESACH
We are pleased to announce that our New York Pesach Program this year will take place at the newly renovated Hilton Westchester (formely the Rye Town Hilton), in Rye Brook, New York. A mere 30 minutes from Manhattan, this luxury hotel is set amidst 45 acres of verdant green landscape and gardens that invite guests to explore its beautiful grounds.
The hotel has completed an impressive $30 million dollar extensive renovation which included all spacious and elegant guest rooms and suites. Brand new lobby and outdoor area have a stunning modern decor. All rooms have been upgraded with luxurious amenities including a 42″ LCD flat screen TV. Relax at the indoor swimming pool or whirlpool, get a workout in the state-of-the-art fitness center, or enjoy a game of tennis at the indoor tennis complex.
On Chol HaMoed, we will be offering an early Shacharit minyan, early breakfast, boxed lunch, and complimentary transportation to and from the Metro North Station.
Once again, Prestige Caterers, one of America’s premier Glatt Kosher caterers, will be coordinating our outstanding cuisine under the Glatt Kosher supervision of the ORB. Whether in our dining rooms, tea rooms, or buffets, a large variety of impressive delights await your dining pleasure.
Our daily religious services, captivating lectures, professional day camp & infant care, teen program, as well as our star-studded live entertainment are better than ever and worth anticipating.
If you are looking for the finest Pesach program with the closest proximity to New York, the Hilton Westchester should be your choice.
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|PASSOVER 2017 AT THE HILTON WESTCHESTER|
|Category Rates – Per Person Double Occupancy||FULL STAY |
10 DAYS/9 NTS MON, APR 10 –WED, APR 19
|PARTIAL-FIRST DAYS 4 DAYS/3 NTS MON, APR 10 – THURS, APR 13||PARTIAL-MID/LAST|
7 DAYS/6 NTS THURS, APR 13 –WED, APR 19
4 DAYS/3 NTS SUN, APR 16 –WED, APR 19
RYE TOWN WING
Spacious, elegantly appointed roomsAll rooms have 42″ LCD flat screen TV, comfortable chair with ottoman and luxurious Serenity Bed.Standard - Furthest rooms; King Bed
SUPERIOR – 3rd & 4th Floor – King or 2 Double Beds.
PREMIUM – 2nd Floor, – Closest to Rye Wing Dining Room & Shul – King or 2 Double Beds
Oversized elegant rooms with King or 2 Queen Bed
IMPERIAL ROOM – 2nd Floor Elite – 3rd & 5th Floors
DELUXE – 4th Floor – Same floor as Dining Room & Shul
Lanai Rooms – Private garden patio, with direct access to courtyard – Rye or Westchester Wing.
1125 sq ft- Rye & Westchester Wings – Separate Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen area & 2 bathrooms.
|ONE BEDROOM SUITE – 750 sq ft With Parlor||4735||NA||NA||NA|
|ONE BEDROOM DELUXE SUITE 1125 sq ft Rye Town Wing||5745||NA||NA||NA|
|ONE BEDROOM LUXURY SUITE 1125 sq ft Westchester Wing||6495||NA||NA||NA|
|ADULT - 3rd /4th in same room||1750||840||1220||610|
|CHILD - (6 - 12) 3rd /4th in same room||1550||760||1100||550|
|CHILD - (2 - 5) 3rd /4th in same room||1175||605||830||415|
|INFANT- (Under 2) 3rd /4th in same room||420||205||320||160|
He has served as spiritual leader of Congregation Ahavath Torah in Englewood, New Jersey, since 1984. With a membership of over 700 families, Ahavath Torah is the largest orthodox synagogue in Northern New Jersey. Rabbi Goldin served as the first vice president of the Rabbinical Council of America for two years before becoming president of the RCA. He is an instructor of Bible and Talmud at the Isaac Breuer College and the Mechina Program of Yeshiva University; the founding director of and lecturer at The Eve Flechner Torah Institute-an institute of Torah study located in the Bergen County community. Rabbi Goldin is past President of Rabbinic Alumni of Yeshiva University, past President of the Rabbinical Council of Bergen County and former Chairman of its Kashruth Committee. An articulate spokesmen for Orthodoxy, Rabbi Goldin has developed an innovative educational approach to Torah study. He has lectured extensively throughout the world in a wide variety of synagogue and communal settings. He regularly leads congregational missions to Israel, particularly during critical times. Under his guidance, Congregation Ahavath Torah was the first American synagogue to visit Israel during the Iraqi scud attacks. In August 2002 Rabbi Goldin created the first international “Rally in Israel” which brought a group of over 250 people to Israel to march for solidarity with Israeli citizens. Rally in Israel II took place in November 2002 and brought three times the number of participants. Rabbi Goldin has authored several articles on the peace process, Israel-Diaspora relations, interdenominational dialogue, and other current issues which have appeared in prominent publications in America and abroad. Rabbi Goldin’s three volumes of studies on the weekly parsha, “Unlocking the Torah Text, Bereishit, Shemot and Vayikra” (Gefen Publishing Company, Jerusalem) have received wide acclaim from readers across the Jewish and general communities. He is currently at work on the fourth volume of the series which will cover the book of Bamidbar.
Rabbi Dr. Edward Reichman is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Professor in the Division of Education and Bioethics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, where he teaches Jewish medical ethics. He received his rabbinic ordination from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University and writes and lectures internationally in the field of Jewish medical ethics. He is the recipient of a Kornfeld Foundation Fellowship, and has been a member of the advisory boards of the Institute for Genetics and Public Policy, the New York Organ Donor Network, the Halakhic Organ Donor Society, and the Rabbinical Council of America. He has been a mentor of the Medical Ethics Society of Yeshiva University since its inception. His research is devoted to the interface of medical history and Jewish law.
Rabbi Gedaliah Jaffe has been the Rabbi of Congregation Ahavas Yisrael in Edison, New Jersey since 2008. A native of California, Rabbi Jaffe holds a BA from Yeshiva University in Music and was ordained by the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) of Yeshiva University. Rabbi Jaffe has been active in a wide range of communal outreach and charitable causes with a special interest in the needs of high school and college students. Additionally, he has lectured widely in the tri-state area as a scholar-in-residence. He is an instructor of Judaic Studies at the Frisch School in Paramus, NJ, as well as an avid musician with a keen interest in Chassidic philosophy.
Rabbi Marc Penner is the Dean of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary at Yeshiva University and also the Men’s Undergraduate Torah Studies program at Yeshiva University. Rabbi Penner served as the spiritual leader of the Young Israel of Holliswood in Queens for 20 years. Rabbi Penner received his Semicha from RIETS in 1994 and his BA from Yeshiva College in 1991. The parent of a child with special needs, he speaks across the country on issues of children with disabilities.
Rabbi Hillel Lichtman grew up in Elizabeth, N.J. and attended Touro College where he earned a B.A. in Psychology. He learned in Israel for several years at B.M.T., Maaleh Adumim, Kerem B’Yavneh and Yeshiva University’s Gruss Kollel. While studying for Semicha at Y.U. Rabbi Lichtman was involved in kiruv activities in which he served as a madrich for students of all ages in Israel, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Hawaii. In addition to Semicha, Rabbi Lichtman has an M.A. in Clinical School Psychology from the City University of New York and has worked as both a School Psychologist (in Israel and New York) as well as Israel Advisor at HAFTR.
Rabbi Lichtman has been a Jewish Studies instructor at HAFTR H.S. for over twenty years where he teaches Chumash, Gemara, and Hebrew Language. He also teaches classes in basic Judaism to Jewish public school students. Rabbi Lichtman lives in Queens, N.Y. with his wife Sima and their four children.
Mrs. Miriam (Krupka) Berger currently serves as chair of the Tanakh Department at the Ramaz Upper School in Manhattan, NY, where she has taught Tanakh and Jewish Thought since 2006. In addition to her role in the classroom, she shapes Judaic Studies curriculum, teaches interdisciplinary seminars, and is heavily involved in student Israel Guidance and the student AIPAC group. Mrs. Berger received her B.S. in Finance from the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University and an M.A. in Modern Jewish History from the Bernard Revel School of Jewish Studies. She recently completed an M.A. in Jewish Philosophy from Columbia University where her thesis work focused on the messianic writings of Isaac Abarbanel. Mrs. Berger has lectured widely to adult audiences in a variety of venues including Manhattan Jewish Experience, The Jewish Center, Lincoln Square Synagogue, Agudath Sholom of Stamford and Yeshiva University’s Midreshet Yom Rishon. Mrs. Berger currently lives in Washington Heights, NY with her husband, Dr. Ari Berger.
Joseph Malovany is an Israeli-born great American tenor soloist, world-famous cantor of New York’s Fifth Avenue Synagogue since 1973, and Distinguished Professor of Liturgical Music at Philip and Sarah Belz School of Jewish Music, Yeshiva University.
In January 2004, he became a commander of the Legion of Honor, Poland’s equivalent of knighthood, receiving this award from the then Polish president Aleksander Kwaśniewski for his musical contribution to the international and Polish communities. He is the first Jewish cantor to receive this title.
Marla Rottenstreich is an AFAA-certified Group Fitness Instructor, ACE-certified personal trainer, Kripalu Yoga teacher, licensed Health coach and lecturer, licensed Zumba instructor, ACSM Teen/Adolescent Fitness Instructor as well as ACSM Senior Fitness provider, DONA-certified birth doula and prenatal fitness provider, and licensed Beachbody PIYO instructor.
She currently owns Mekor Fitness LLC, a Central NJ Women’s Fitness & Wellness company. Marla is a Physical Education & Dance instructor at many NY/NJ yeshivas and nursery schools and has offered programming at many camps, travel programs, Pesach hotels and schools for specialty events across the country.