|September 20-23 * Santa Fe, New Mexico|
LMPC 2009: Housing and Travel
The 2009 symposium will be held September 20-23 at the
El Dorado Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.
Eldorado Hotel & Spa
The newly renovated Eldorado Hotel & Spa flourishes with 219 graciously appointed
guest rooms and suites. Decorated in the distinguished "Santa Fe Style," many of the rooms feature kiva fireplaces, terraces or balconies overlooking the majestic Sangre De Cristo Mountains.
Make Your Reservations
Reservations must be made and guaranteed
before Friday, August 19. The conference rate at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa is $199 per night. Participants should make their housing reservations online as early as possible at
Eldorado Online Reservations,
and enter rate code "14361". For reservation inquiries and cancellations,
contact: Eldorado Hotel & Spa 309 West San Francisco Street Santa Fe, NM 877501
Telephone: (800) 955-4455 or (505) 988-4455 E-mail:
Arriving by Plane
Albuquerque International Airport has over 100 flights daily on airlines including American Airlines, Continental, Delta, United Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Frontier Airlines and USAirways. The Eldorado Hotel & Spa is 60 minutes from the Albuquerque International Airport. The Sandia Shuttle provides transfer service between the Albuquerque International Airport and the Eldorado Hotel & Spa with frequent and convenient trips throughout each day.
Arriving by Car
Interstate 25 runs into Santa Fe from Albuquerque. From I-25, take exit 282 onto St. Francis Drive. Go north approximately 3.5 Miles, turn right onto West Alameda. From West Alameda, turn left onto Guadalupe and then right onto West San Francisco.
Arriving by Train
Amtrak arrives daily from Chicago and Los Angeles in the town of Lamy, only 20 minutes from Santa Fe. The Eldorado Hotel & Spa can arrange shuttle service; please contact the hotel concierge at 800.988.4455.
Meeting attendees who require an international travel visa are strongly encouraged to plan ahead and begin the application process early. Visit the
LMPC Visa Page for more information and to generate a visa letter.
With a history of art dating back to its Native American origins, Santa Fe has evolved as one of America's most important art towns. It boasts 300 galleries and more than a dozen major museums.
Santa Fe is the fourth largest city in New Mexico; the population is primarily Hispanic, Anglo and Native American. The city is located at the base of the southern Rocky Mountains in north-central New Mexico. Founded in 1610, Santa Fe is the second oldest city in the United States and is considered both the highest and oldest capital city in America. It will commemorate its 400th anniversary beginning in 2009.
For more information about Santa Fe, visit the Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau web site.
For more information about this meeting, please complete the
inquiry form or contact:
TMS Meeting Services
184 Thorn Hill Road
Warrendale , PA 15086-7514 USA
Telephone (724) 776-9000, ext. 243
Fax: (724) 776-3770