WESTCHESTER, NEW YORK ENTIRE HOTEL KOSHER FOR PESACH

OUR 11th CONSECUTIVE YEAR

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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PRICE & ROOM INFORMATION

PASSOVER 2020 AT THE HILTON WESTCHESTER
Category Rates – Per Person Double Occupancy FULL STAY
10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17
PARTIAL-FIRST DAYS 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12 PARTIAL-MID/LAST
6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17
PARTIAL-LAST
4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

RYE TOWN WING

Spacious, elegantly appointed rooms

All 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

WESTCHESTER WING

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


SPECIALTY ROOMS

Lanai Rooms – Private garden patio, with direct access to courtyard – Rye or Westchester Wing.

One Bdrm Suite- Rye Wing 725 sq ft – Bedroom with a separate parlor, & 2 full bathrooms.

One Bdrm Deluxe/Luxury Suite

1125 sq ft- Rye & Westchester Wings – Separate Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen area & 2 bathrooms.

STANDARD $ 3625 $ 2105 $ 2200 $ 1320
SUPERIOR $ 3725 $ 2155 $ 2255 $ 1350
PREMIUM $ 3825 $ 2205 $ 2310 $ 1385
IMPERIAL $ 3875 $ 2230 $ 2365 $ 1420
ELITE $ 3915 $ 2280 $ 2393 $ 1435
DELUXE $ 4015 $ 2305 $ 2448 $ 1465
LANAI $ 4115 $ 2350 $ 2475 $ 1485
ONE BEDROOM SUITE – 750 sq ft With Parlor $ 5225 NA NA NA
ONE BEDROOM DELUXE SUITE 1125 sq ft Rye Town Wing $ 6375 NA NA NA
ONE BEDROOM LUXURY SUITE 1125 sq ft Westchester Wing $ 7125 NA NA NA
SINGLE STANDARD $ 5035 $ 2820 $ 2970 $ 1780
ADULT – 3rd /4th in same room $ 1845 $ 1150 $ 1150 $ 690
CHILD – (6 – 12) 3rd /4th in same room $ 1645 $ 1055 $ 1030 $ 620
CHILD – (2 – 5) 3rd /4th in same room $ 1245 $ 860 $ 780 $ 470
INFANT- (Under 2) 3rd /4th in same room $ 500 $ 345 $ 300 $ 180

 

$500 per child off a separate full-time room for children under 12 (1st 2)
ALL RATES PER PERSON +25% APPLICABLE TAXES & SERVICE CHARGES

 

PRICE & ROOM INFORMATION

RYE TOWN WING

Spacious, elegantly appointed rooms All rooms have 42″ LCD flat screen TV, comfortable chair with ottoman and luxurious Serenity Bed.

WESTCHESTER WING

Oversized elegant rooms with King or 2 Queen Bed

ROOMS AVAILABLE
Category Rates – Per Person Double Occupancy
 

STANDARD :
Furthest rooms; King Bed

$3625 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$2105 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$2200 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$1320 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 

SUPERIOR :
3rd & 4th Floor – King or 2 Double Beds.

$3725 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$2155 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$2255 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$1350 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 

PREMIUM :
2nd Floor, – Closest to Rye Wing Dining Room & Shul – King or 2 Double Beds

$ 3825 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 2205 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$ 2310 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 1385 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 

IMPERIAL :
2nd Floor Elite – 3rd & 5th Floors

$ 3875 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 2230 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$ 2365 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 1420 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 

ELITE :

$ 3915 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 2280 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$ 2393 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 1435 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 

DELUXE :
4th Floor – Same floor as Dining Room & Shul

$ 4015 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 2305 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$ 2448 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 1465 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 

LANAI :
Private garden patio, with direct access to courtyard – Rye or Westchester Wing

$ 4115 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 2350 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$ 2475 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 1485 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 


ONE BEDROOM SUITE :
Rye Wing 725 sq ft – Bedroom with a separate parlor & 2 full bathrooms.

$ 5225 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

 


ONE BEDROOM DELUXE SUITE :
1125 sq ft Rye Town Wing – Separate Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen area & 2 bathrooms.

$ 6375 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

 


ONE BEDROOM LUXURY SUITE :
1125 sq ft Westchester Wing – Separate Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen area & 2 bathrooms.

$ 7125 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

 


SINGLE STANDARD :

$ 5035 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 2820 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$ 2970 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 1780 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 


ADULT :
– 3rd /4th in same room

$ 1845 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 1150 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$ 1150 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 690 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 


CHILD :
– (6 – 12) 3rd /4th in same room

$ 1645 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 1055 FIRST 5 DAYS/4 NTS WED, APR 8 – SUN, APR 12

$ 1030 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 620 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 


CHILD :
– (2 – 5) 3rd /4th in same room

$ 1245 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 860 FIRST 4 DAYS/3 NTS FRI, APR 19 – MON, APR 22

$ 780 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 470 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 


INFANT :
– (Under 2) 3rd /4th in same room

$ 500 10 DAYS/9 NTS WED, APR 8 –FRI, APR 17

$ 345 FIRST 4 DAYS/3 NTS FRI, APR 19 – MON, APR 22

$ 300 MID/LAST 6 DAYS/5 NTS SUN, APR 12 –FRI, APR 17

$ 180 LAST 4 DAYS/3 NTS TUES, APR 14 –FRI, APR 17

 

 

$500 per child off a separate full-time room for children under 12 (1st 2)
ALL RATES PER PERSON +25% APPLICABLE TAXES & SERVICE CHARGES
 

 

HILTON WESTCHESTER SCHOLARS AND STAFF 2020

Rabbi Dr. Edward Reichman

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.

December 27, 2016

Rabbi David Marcus

Rabbi David Marcus is a Musmach of Yeshiva University and holds various graduate degrees in psychology and education. Rabbi Marcus served as the rabbi of the Young Israel of Lawrenceville in New Jersey and has been teaching informal and informal settings worldwide for the past 30 years.He has authored several Torah publications and posts a popular weekly Torah column on the web. Over the past few years he has also enriched the lives of hundreds of students through his shiurimat Nishmat, Midreshet Tzvia, Yeshivat Hakotel and Machon Meir. He has been a rabbi for Leisure Time Tours Pesach programs for the past 26 years.

Rabbi Marcus is the Senior Development Officer of One Israel Fund and has served as the Executive Director the Efrat Medical Center. He is now spearheading the development of the new Binyamin Medical Center. His professional responsibilities bring him to the United States on a regular basis. Rabbi Marcus, his wife Marcy and their five sons reside in Efrat, Israel.

December 27, 2016

Rabbi Gedaliah Jaffe

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.

December 27, 2016

Rabbi Hillel Lichtman

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.

December 27, 2016

Shmuel Reichman

Shmuel Reichman is an inspirational speaker who has lectured internationally at conferences, shuls, and Jewish communities on topics of Jewish Thought and Jewish Medical Ethics. He is the founder and creator of “Shmuel Reichman Inspiration: Think. Feel. Grow,” a platform from which he shares inspirational Torah videos that have reached over one hundred thousand people.

Shmuel writes a weekly Jewish thought column for the Queens Jewish Link, The Jewish Weekly, and several other Jewish newspapers. He also delivers weekly lectures at the Lincoln Square Synagogue and previously served as the Educational Director of NCSY’s Hatzalah program in Israel.

He graduated Magna Cum Laude from YU, and is currently a rabbinical student at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS), while simultaneously pursuing an M.A. in Jewish Philosophy at YU’s Bernard Revel Graduate School, and an M.S. in Jewish Education from the Azrieli School of Jewish Education. Shmuel currently lives in Washington Heights with his new kallah Rivka Greenberg of Chicago.

December 27, 2016

Mrs. Miriam (Krupka) Berger

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.

January 21, 2020

Paul Gelb

Paul Gelb received his J.D. from Columbia Law School and Smicha and an M.A. in Modern Jewish History from Yeshiva University. Paul has litigated in federal and state court, including the Supreme Court, for 20 years. He has spearheaded strategies to help agunot and successfully helped establish several organizations dedicated to this cause. He currently sits on the executive

board of the Organization for the Resolution of Agunot (ORA). Paul actively combats the BDS movement and litigates for organizations on a pro-bono basis, including a case currently pending before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Paul is active in his community in Los Angeles where he speaks frequently on issues of Jewish and general interest and where he lives with his

family.

January 21, 2020

Chana Gelb

Chana Meier Gelb is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Los Angeles. Dr. Gelb believes that, through insight, individuals will gain understanding into why they think and feel the way they do, and this can lead to positive change. In addition to her private practice, for the past three years, Dr. Gelb has worked as a consultant for the USC Survivors of the Shoah Foundation where she spearheaded a program to facilitate widespread access to Holocaust video

testimony, including in yeshiva day schools. Chana leads fundraisers and city-wide educational programs for national organizations including Nishmat, Matan, Bnei Akiva, RZA, and NCSY, as well as for her community’s schools and shuls. Chana lives in Los Angeles with her family.

January 21, 2020

Marla Rottenstreich

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.

January 21, 2020

Cantor Joseph Malovany

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.

January 22, 2020