Mark your calendars for April 29-May 2, 2014 for the IAATO 25th Meeting.
April 29: Meeting Day 1 (Members, Associates and Affiliates only)
April 30: Meeting Day 2 (Morning session: Members, Associates and Affiliates only. Afternoon session: Open for all invitees)
May 1: Meeting Day 3 (Open session for all invitees) Meeting concludes in afternoon.
May 2: Workshop
The annual meeting, workshop and round table discussion, as well as our block of reserved IAATO rooms, will be held at the Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel.
A preliminary draft of the meeting agenda will be available here.
Pre-registration for IAATO 25
The online registration form can now be accessed, so please go to IAATO 25 Registration. The password is: iaato2014. If you don't yet have all the information requested (e.g. name of your hotel, arrival/departure dates), you can return and fill it in later. Only those who have registered will be allowed to participate in the meeting.
Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel
5 Avenue of the Arts
Providence, RI 02903
Reservation line (in US): 866-630-0704
It is easy to make reservations directly online. Go to: IAATO Reservations
The IAATO Group code is already selected (iatiata) on the reservation screen, but you may need to modify the check-in and check-out dates according to your travel schedule. Then click "FIND" and the online booking engine will take you through the complete reservation process.
We have secured a good rate of $149 per night (not including breakfast or taxes) until March 14. Internet IS INCLUDED in the room rate (despite what the reservation screen will tell you), and will also be available in the IAATO meeting room.
Note: The IAATO block of rooms at the Renaissance Hotel will be held until March 14 after which time the IAATO online reservation link above will no longer be accessible, and the rate no longer guaranteed.
The latest version of various meeting documents, proposals and reports will be posted here. We encourage all members to download these documents to your desktop for easy access during the meeting. These documents will not be provided in hard copy at the meeting itself.
Downtown Providence is accessible by private car (limo), train, bus or taxi. Details can be found here.