Accommodations

2011 Accommodations

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TurtleBayThe official setting for The 66th Calorimetry Conference is the Turtle Bay Resort, which is situated on the tranquil North Shore of Oahu with spectacular panoramic views of both Kawela Bay and Turtle Bay. In addition to magnificent beachfront property, the luxury resort features landscaped pools, championship golf courses, tennis courts, horseback riding, a surfing school, hiking and mountain bike trails, and world-class dining. Colleagues are encouraged to invite family members and/or accompanying guests to enjoy all of the amenities that Turtle Bay Resort offers on its extensive 880 acre property.

Our primary objective is to maintain reasonable accommodation rates given the luxurious oceanfront setting. The Calorimetry Conference has negotiated an attractive rate on guest accommodations that are identical to the lodging fees secured for the previous Joint Meeting of CALCON and JSCTA at Turtle Bay Resort in 2007. The single/double occupancy rate of $ 200/night for an Ocean View Room represents a 50% discount relative to the standard rate offered during the summer season. Attendees must reserve their guest rooms at Turtle Bay Resort by MAY 01, 2011 to ensure accommodations at these specially negotiated conference prices.

Ocean View Room

Standard Occupancy

$ 200/night
$ 200/night

Single
Double

Conferees may reserve their Turtle Bay Resort accommodations ONLINE by accessing the hyperlink (below) designed specifically for participants of The 66 th Calorimetry Conference. Please visit the group hyperlink and enter the Discount Code CALCON2011 in the box designated Attendee Login to ensure that you receive the conference contract rate of $ 200 per night.

RESERVATIONS MUST BE COMPLETED BY MAY 01, 2011

STUDENT ACCOMMODATIONS

The Conference Organizing Committee strongly encourages registrants to consider inviting their students to attend CALCON 2011. The 66th Calorimetry Conference is subsidizing student registration fees (i.e., $ 300) and arranging shared accommodations to demonstrate our organization’s commitment to actively promote young scientist participation. Students may share a room at the standard Double occupancy rate of $ 100 per night or elect Triple ($ 83.50 per night) or Quad ($ 75 per night) occupancy to reduce their overall lodging rates. The combination of reduced registration fees and shared accommodations allows students to attend The 66th Calorimetry Conference at an affordable rate of $ 675 (e.g., $ 375 for five nights lodging at Quad occupancy plus $ 300 conference registration fee). Similarly, conferees traveling on a restricted budget may select the standard Double occupancy rate to attend CALCON 2011 at a reasonable cost of $ 1,095 (e.g., $ 500 for five nights lodging plus $ 595 conference registration fee). Conferees are advised to reserve accommodations early to ensure availability of their preferred lodging option.

Ocean View Room

Student Occupancy

$ 200/night
$ 250/night
$ 300/night

Double
Triple
Quad

EARLY ARRIVALS AND/OR LATE DEPARTURES

We strongly encourage conference participants and their families to experience the tranquil beauty of the North Shore by extending their stay at Turtle Bay Resort. The contracted room rates are applicable three days prior (Monday, JUNE 06) and three days following (Monday, JUNE 20) the official conference arrival/departure dates. Conferees who intend to arrive early and/or depart later are reminded that Turtle Bay Resort is an extremely popular tourist destination. Early registration is advisable as the reduced rate for pre- and post-conference dates are subject to room availability.

Conferees who elect to arrive earlier than JUNE 09 (Thursday) and/or depart later than JUNE 17 (Friday) MUST contact the Turtle Bay Reservation Department directly at (800) 203-3650 and request the group rate CALCON. The ONLINE reservation system is NOT equipped to accommodate early arrivals and/or late departures. The conference contract rate is available for all dates within the timeframe of JUNE 06 (Monday) through JUNE 20 (Monday) inclusive.

RESERVATIONS MUST BE COMPLETED BY MAY 01, 2011

ALL LATE RESERVATIONS REQUESTS ARE SUBJECT TO ROOM AVAILABILITY AT NON-CONTRACT RATES