2011 Hotel On-Line Reservations Opens
Sheraton Waikiki Hotel
2255 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
On the best stretch of legendary Waikiki beach sits the toweringsheraton Waikiki – a true hub of endless energy and electric excitement. Trendy, sophisticated and completely refreshed, the Sheraton Waikiki ushers in a new level of comfort, style and panache to the Waikiki scene. The resort is known for its breathtaking ocean-front views offered from 80% of the newly transformed guest rooms and suites, a first-of-its kind super pool and award winning dining venues. Enjoy the inspiring views of the mountains during the day and sparkling city lights of Honolulu in the evening. Connect the familiar with the new at Sheraton Waikiki.
The conference has reserved a block of rooms at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel for attendees. Rooms may be reserved for stays beginning 8/11 and check out as late as 8/20.
We encourage you to make your hotel reservations early to obtain these special rates available on a first-come, first served basis, through July 14. After that date, the “best available” rate will be offered.
To make a reservation, use on-line options below or call the hotel directly at 808.921.4611 and ask for in-house reservations. Mention you are Attending the “AGA/ASMC Governmental Professional Development Conference” to ensure you receive the discounted rate. A credit card is required to guarantee the reservation.
Special Room Rates (plus taxes):
$260 Non-resident Attendee
$195 Hawaii Resident (Kama’aina rate. ID or Proof of Hawaii Residency required upon check in)
$177 Government Attendee (government per diem. Government ID required upon check in)
To reserve rooms on-line, select the rate category below for which you qualify. That link will connect you with the appropriate section in the Starwood Hotels reservations system.
Hawaii Travel Information.
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