Pacific Rim Dynamical Systems Conference, August 9-13, 2000, Maui Marriott Resort, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii

Hotel Information

Deadline: Friday, June 30, 2000

About Maui

The island of Maui is centrally located within the Hawaiian chain. Its major airport Kahului (central Maui) is a 30-minute air flight from Honolulu. From its magnificent, legendary resorts to 42 miles of shimmering, uncrowded beaches, to wilderness in the interior, Maui is a place of rare, spectacular, uninhibited beauty.

About Maui Marriott Resort -- the Conference Headquarters

Maui Marriott Resort
100 Nohea Kai Drive
Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii
Phone: 808-667-1200
Fax: 808-667-8300

The Maui Marriott Resort is booked. Here is a list of hotels in the area.

Hotels Phone Numbers
Westin Maui Hotel 808-667-2525
Hyatt Maui Hotel 808-661-1234
Sheraton Maui Hotel 808-661-0031
Kaanapali Beach Hotel 808-661-0011
Royal Lahaina Hotel 808-661-3611
Condominiums Phone Numbers
Kaanapali Royal 808-667-7200
Maui Eldorado 808-661-0021
Kaanapali Alii 808-667-1400
The Whaler 808-661-3484

The hotel's meeting and sleeping rooms will be newly renovated for our August 2000 conference. The hotel swimming pool will still be getting a facelift, but arrangements have been made for SIAM attendees and their guests to use the pool at the Westin Maui, a neighboring resort. Despite the unavailability of the Marriott swimming pool, you will find several ways to unwind after a hectic day of technical sessions. You may relax by playing a round of golf, picnicking on the beach, becoming lost in the beauty of a sunset cruise, or simply by sitting and enjoying the sweeping views of the West Maui Mountains or the inviting, blue Pacific ocean. For additional information, visit www.marriotthotels.com and search for the Maui Marriott Resort. 

SIAM is holding a block of rooms at this beautiful resort from August 5 - 16, 2000, thus allowing you extra days before and after the conference to enjoy the island of Maui. These rooms are being held on a first-come, first-served basis at the discounted rate of $94. There is a 11.5% local occupancy tax and $1.00 per day housekeeping charge, bringing your room total to $105.81 per day. There is a one time charge of $5.21 per person portage fee.

Reservations

The reservation deadline is Friday, June 30, 2000. Reservations made after June 30 will depend on availability and the above rates may not be in effect.

We urge you to make your reservations immediately. We expect a large turnout for this meeting and you do not want to miss getting a room in the SIAM block. You may do so by calling Maui Marriott Resort, reservation office at 1-800-763-1333 or mailing or faxing the hotel reservation form.

When making your reservation by phone, 1-800-763-1333, please be certain to identify yourself as an attendee of the SIAM Pacific Rim Dynamical Systems Conference in August 2000 to receive the discounted rate.

Student Rooms

SIAM has reserved 10 student rooms on a first-come, first-served basis. Please indicate on your reservation if you wish to have one of the student sleeping rooms. You will need to prove you are a student to qualify for these rooms. The cost is $70.50 per night. These will go fast, so don't delay. Reserve your hotel room now!

Deposit

Maui Marriott Resort requires a deposit equivalent to one night's room rate $94 to guarantee your reservation. The resort accepts AMEX, MC, Visa, or check as a form of payment. The resort will send out written confirmations.

Arrivals and Departures

Check in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 noon.

Cancellations

If you need to change or cancel your reservation, you must contact the hotel in writing 21 days prior to your scheduled arrival to receive a full refund of your one night's deposit.

Facilities

Situated on Ka'anapali Beach, one of the world's most famous destinations, this full-service resort features the island's warmest and friendliest service. Enjoy golf, tennis, water sports, luaua, lounge with nightly music, shops, fitness services and other recreational activities, all available within this property. The hotel rooms will sleep up to 4 guests. All rooms are comfortably furnished and include central air conditioning, color cable TV, a mini-refrigerator, and a coffee maker.

Please note: Between April 2000 through December 2000, the Maui Marriott will be conducting a major renovation project . During this time, guests will have access to one (1) restaurant (serving breakfast and dinner), newly refurbished guest and meeting rooms, and a brand new ballroom. During the day, if you are not in a meeting, you or your guest should plan on spending your time touring the beautiful island, or soaking up the sun on the hotel's spectacular beach. Guests can walk to shops and restaurants at Whaler's Village or drive into Lahaina.

Parking

Parking fees are $7.00 a day with unlimited in and out privileges.

Hotel Room-Sharing List

A Hotel Room-Sharing List is available for those who wish to share a room with another attendee at the conference to reduce expenses. Please submit the Hotel Room-Sharing Form directly to SIAM.

Fax & E-mail Capabilities

SIAM cannot offer fax, copying or e-mail access for individual attendees. The "Aloha Business Center" (808-661-1145) is located next door at the Westin Maui Hotel and offers these services at a nominal fee.

Telephone Messages

The telephone number at the Maui Marriott Resort (U.S. only) 800-763-1333 or (worldwide) 808-667-1200. The hotel will either connect you with the SIAM registration desk or forward a message to the attendee's room.

Tourist Information

Visit the Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau at www.gohawaii.com and the Maui Visitors Bureau at www.visitmaui.com.

Hawaii has a magic all its own, a blend of scenic splendor, heartfelt hospitality, and great weather. It's an island like no other. With majestic mountains, tropical rain forests, cascading waterfalls, beautiful beaches -- it's truly one of the world's most lovely destinations. But Hawaii is also home to the ancient and fascinating native Hawaiian culture with its enchanting hula and music, and offers a tremendous diversity of things to do and see -- world-class golf, water sports, museums, shopping, and fine dining.


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