*All rates are exclusive of room tax (currently 12.5%)
Baltimore Inner Harbor
101 West Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
its most recent renovations, the Wyndham Inner Harbor is one of Baltimore’s
premier meeting locations. Complete with brass, glass, marble, and stunning
chandeliers, the Wyndham also offers spacious guest rooms that are fully
equipped with dual telephone lines, Herman Miller ergonomic work chairs,
pillow top beds, high-speed Internet access, mini-bars, and much more. Shula’s
Steakhouse offers a more formal dining experience. Enjoy the enlarged fitness
center and outdoor swimming pool, as well. The hotel also has special arrangements
for transportation to/from the BWI airport at reasonable costs. Details
are available from the hotel.
A block of rooms is being held for our group at $137 plus tax per night single, $157 plus tax per night double. Contact the hotel and reserve your room prior to May 16, 2004. Be sure to indicate that you are with the “CLIVAR Group” when you book your room.
more economical, but less convenient option for accommodations during
the conference are the dormitories at the Peabody Conservatory located
at 1 East Mt. Vernon Place.These dormitories offer rooms with a single
bed or two beds. Rooms are arranged in clusters around a common room.
The clusters share single sex baths. The rooms are supplied with linens
and two towels and two wash cloths. The towels are refreshed every two
days. A refrigerator is available in the common room. The rooms are air-conditioned
and offer computer access, and phones for local calls only. Long distance
calls can be made using a personal credit card. Lodging rates for this
option are $46 per person/night for a single person in a bedroom, and
$40 per person/night for two persons sharing a double room.
|Reservations for the dormitory should be arranged through the Conference Secretariat. Deadline for reservations is May 16, 2004. No changes can be made after this date. Cancellations made after this date are subject to a penalty.|
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