Rooms at the Holiday Inn Express

We have a group code to use on the Holiday Inn Express page for our venue this year. The rate is $74.00 per night. Just enter “ami” (without the quotes) in the Group Code box on the lower right hand side of this page:

http://www.hiexpress.com/hotels/us/en/sacramento/saces/hoteldetail

Testing the link brought up the rate for a room with two queen beds, non-smoking. Be sure that you’re seeing the right hotel physical address for the code to work:

2224 AUBURN BLVD
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 95821
UNITED STATES
Hotel Front Desk: 001-916-923-1100
Hotel Fax: 001-916-921-9900

And be sure to book now! If banquet ticket sales and exhibitor reservations are any indication (and they are), a lot of people will be coming this year!

So remember to come and see the latest in Amiga hardware and software at AmiWest 2010, October 22-24, 2010! And watch this blog for news as it happens!

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4 Responses to “Rooms at the Holiday Inn Express”

  1. Steven Solie Says:

    That’s a pretty good hotel rate!

    I was not impressed with the show rates the old hotel used to give out…

  2. AmigaKit.com Says:

    It may be best to update http://www.amiwest.net with this years dates and information ASAP

  3. Robert Goodlett Says:

    I am booked for the hotel and banquet. See ya there.

  4. Greene Consulting Says:

    Looks like all updates were made and all Looking forward to seeing everyone with AmigaKit and all the great people who come to Amiwest.. Great Hotel this year all new and ready for us to have a great time.

    see ya there

    G

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