The AAMDC is pleased to announce that the hotel registration for our Spring Convention is now open. The Spring 2016 Convention will be returning to the Shaw Conference Centre in downtown Edmonton from March 14-16, 2016.

The following hotels are now available to take your reservations:

The Westin Edmonton (10135-100 Street)
780.426.3636 / toll-free 1.888.627.8530

Chateau Lacombe Hotel (10111 Bellamy Hill)
780.428.6611 / toll-free 1.800.661.8801

Courtyard Marriott (One Thornton Court, 99 Street & Jasper Avenue)
780.423.9999 / toll-free 1.888.441.7591 

Sutton Place (10235-101 Street)
780.428.7111 / toll-free 1.866.378.8866
res_edmonton@suttonplace.com

The Fairmont Hotel MacDonald (10065-100 Street)
780.424.5181 / toll-free 1.800.441.1414
mac.reservations@fairmont.com

**NEW
Delta Edmonton Centre (10222-102 Street)
780.429.3900 / toll-free 1.800.661.6655

 

Delegates must book directly with the hotels. Unless otherwise stated above, please mention that you are booking with the AAMDC Spring 2016 Convention room block to receive reduced room rates. The deadline to secure these rooms rates is February 12, 2016.

Some hotels require a deposit equal to the first and last nights' stay to hold each guest's reservation. Such deposit is non-refundable and is required at the time of booking in order to secure the reservation for the requested dates. Upon check-in, that deposit will be applied to the first and last night of the reserved stay. These deposits are paid by the individuals, who are told upon making the reservation that it is a non-refundable deposit. The AAMDC will at no time be responsible for paying out any of the individually booked guest deposits.

For more information on booking a hotel room for the Spring 2016 Convention, please visit our website under Events and Programs > AAMDC Convention > Spring 2016 Convention > Accommodations, or click here.

Please be advised that a shuttle bus service will be provided at the convention to move delegates to and from the hotels. These shuttle busses may be at a difference entrances than the main one, due to traffic, please enquire at front desk.

Please note that convention registration for delegates will be open on January 4, 2016.

 

Enquiries may be directed to:

Cindy Carstairs
Administrative & Convention Coordinator
780.955.4095

Kim Heyman
Director of Advocacy & Communications
780.955.4079

 

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