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IDAA 2007

Accommodations

The "Good News" is that we are getting a fabulous over the top response to this years conference. The "Bad News" is that you have fully booked the Park Plaza Hotel. For those of you still needing a room for the conference please use the following list of area Hotels. Please feel free to continue to check with the Park Plaza for cancellations as they will occur.

Your LAC apologizes for the inconvenience.

Radisson Hotel Boston
1-617-482-1800
Less than 1 block (across street)

Taj Hotel (Former Ritz)
1-617-536-5700
2 blocks

Jury's Hotel
1-617-266-7200
1 block

Copley Plaza
1-617-267-5300
3 blocks

Westin Copley Place
1-800-937-8464
4 blocks

Sheraton Boston
1-617-236-2000
6 Blocks

Four Seasons Hotel
1-617-338-4400
Less than 1 block (across street)


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The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers
64 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116-3912
Telephone (617) 426-2000
Reservations Fax (617) 423-1708
Hotel Reservations

The standard group room rate for IDAA is $139.00 plus 12.45% tax for run-of-the-house or $199.00 plus 12.45% tax for a room in the Tower and is available three days before and 3 days after the meeting.

The Towers Level Concierge Lounge offers the following amenities:

  • Complimentary Wireless Internet Access
  • Deluxe Continental Breakfast
  • Evening Snacks and Hors d'Oeuvres
  • Fully stocked and Tended Beverage Service
  • Large Screen Plasma TV's Individual Work Stations
  • Concierge Services
  • Complimentary magazines and newspapers
  • Private Meeting Room located in the Towers Lounge
  • Lounge Access 24 Hours a Day
  • Complimentary Internet Access
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Reservations can be made by calling 1-800-225-2008 or directly through 617-426-2000 and be certain to specify that you are attending IDAA 2007.

Reservations may also be secured on line here.

The room will be held for you via credit card and may be cancelled 24 hours prior to the reservation date. No down payment is required.

The hotel is adjacent to the Public Gardens with its Swan Boats and downtown Boston's Back Bay.

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