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After a long day of attending sessions at the Annual Meeting, it is good to have a haven to relax and recharge for the next day. AAR has negotiated special conference rates at twenty-seven luxurious and convenient hotels for the convenience of meeting attendees. Hotel room rates do not include the average of 16 percent hotel room tax. Please note that the single/double/triple/quadruple room designation denotes the number of room occupants, not the number of beds. A triple room means three people are sharing two double beds, unless a rollaway bed is requested at an extra charge.

Please note that due to the large number of hotels in use for the Baltimore Annual Meetings, only a list of the hotels and the single room rates can be provided at this time. More information will be included in the May issue of RSN.

Hotel Single Rate
Admiral Fell Inn $149
Brookshire Estates $129
Days Inn Inner Harbor $138
Fairfield Inn $155
Hampton Inn Downtown $149
Hampton Inn Inner Harbor $159
Hilton Convention Center $179
Hilton Garden Inn Inner Harbor $164
Holiday Inn Express $144
Holiday Inn Inner Harbor $150
Home2 Suites $144
Homewood Suites $164
Hotel Monaco $138
Hyatt Regency $179
Marriott Inner Harbor $150
Marriott Waterfront $155
Mount Vernon $119
Peabody Court $143
Pier 5 Hotel $159
Radisson Plaza Lord $159
Renaissance Harborplace $150
Residence Inn Downtown $139
Royal Sonesta Harbor Court $145
Sheraton City Center $150
Sheraton Inner Harbor $159
Springhill Suites Inner Harbor $157
Tremont Plaza $144

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