The National HBPA will hold its 2011 summer convention at the Renaissance Seattle Hotel in downtown Seattle, Washington from July 21-24. The convention will be hosted by the Washington HBPA.
Registration for the convention is $350.00 for members and $175.00 for spouses/significant others through July 5. After July 5, registration for members increases to $375.00. Cancellations will be accepted with no charge until June 22. Cancellations will be accepted from June 23 through July 5 with a $50.00 fee, and there will be no refunds for cancellations after July 5, 2011.
Room rates at the Renaissance Seattle Hotel are as follows:
Single - $189.00*
Double - $205.00*
Triple - $221.00*
Quad - $237.00*
+ 15.6% tax per night
*Each reservation includes breakfast in the full service restaurant each day, per person, including gratuity.
Details: Room guarantee, 1 night deposit is required; Early check-out will incur a $75.00 charge; To cancel a reservation, please do so 3 days in advance to avoid any charges and to get your deposit back. You should receive the above quoted rates 3 days before and after schedule convention dates; if not, please contact National HBPA.
BE SURE TO MENTION THE "NATIONAL HBPA" to secure the group rate. All attendees are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. Room rates and availability cannot be guaranteed if you do not make timely reservations.
To make reservations, contact:
Renaissance Seattle Hotel
515 Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98104
If you would like to book multiple rooms under one credit card, please contact Randy McKinnon at email@example.com or call his direct line at (206) 694-4950.
When making flight arrangements, the closest airport is Seattle/Tacoma (Sea-Tac) Airport, which has an airport code of SEA.
Because the host hotel is in downtown Seattle, parking is at a premium. On-site parking in the hotel parking garage is $30 per day, and valet parking is $36.00 per day. The garage has a height restrictions of 6'2", and oversized vehicles are valet parked off-site for $36.00 daily.
Seattle does have an inexpensive light rail system, and with the airport about 35 minutes from downtown, it is the cheapest way to get from one to the other. However, note that the Light Rail Downtown stop is around 5 uphill blocks to the hotel.
Click here for a convention registration form.
Click here for a credit card authorization form.