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The NABIS-negotiated room rates for this conference are:
- Standard room – single/double occupancy: $199/night + taxes and fees
Standard room – triple occupancy: $224/night + taxes and fees
Standard room – quad occupancy: 249/night + taxes and fees
Please note that the special NABIS rates will be available until February 26, 2018. Subject to availability.
Hyatt Regency Houston (Host Hotel):
Hyatt Regency Houston is a striking AAA four diamond hotel in the heart of the country’s fourth largest city. Guests are within walking distance of fine-dining, shopping and the George R. Brown Convention Center. Cozy but cultivated, our amenities were made for corporate travelers and families alike, with over 71,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, a heated outdoor pool and much more.
What Makes a Seamless Stay:
Spectacular sights at Spindletop: Houston’s first revolving dining room on our 34th floor with delicious southwestern seafood
Connected to underground tunnel system: A seven-mile METRO Light Rail service to NRG Stadium, Texas Medical Center, Houston Zoo and more
Near local cultural sites: A short walk from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts and a couple miles from theaters, museums and art collections
Complimentary hotel shuttle service: Courtesy rides to downtown Houston office buildings in the morning and afternoon
Free Wi-Fi Internet access: Convenient, complimentary basic Wi-Fi with high-speed available for corporate travelers
SCAM ALERT: BE AWARE OF FRAUDULENT HOTEL ROOM RESERVATION SERVICES
This practice is called room poaching. Room poaching poses numerous problems for you and NABIS:
- Room poachers often do not deliver on promises to customers. When participants arrive, the reservations are non-existent or the hotels booked are located far from the conference.
- Often the rooms have been canceled with hefty cancellation charges placed on the guest’s credit card.
- When attendees book outside the reserved NABIS room block, NABIS could be held financially liable to the hotels under contract, creating a negative perception of the conference and decreasing our negotiation power for future events.