Eldorado Hotel and Spa
309 W San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
The special conference rate is $239 for a single/double room plus 15.1875% guest room tax.
To obtain this rate, you must book your room by Wednesday, June 14, 2018.
Reserve accommodations early, well before Wednesday, June 14, 2018 when rooms are released. After June 14, if accommodations are available, they will be at a higher rate. Once AASCU’s conference rate rooms are filled, alternative overflow rooms will be listed on AASCU’s website.
Make hotel accommodations online
Group Code: 180701AMER
You can also contact Natalie Riley, Area Group Rooms Coordinator at
email@example.com or you may reach her at 505.995.4564.
- Enter your preferred dates
- Select your preferred room category: King or Queen/Queen
Room type is not guaranteed since it is based upon availability at the time of your reservation.
You can make reservations online if your stay is in the July 4 to 11 windows of the room block.
However, if you wish to book before or after AASCU’s room block, prefer to upgrade your room type at a higher rate, or if your online reservation fails (rooms may be sold out on one of your preferred nights), please call the hotel reservations office for assistance 505-995-4561 or 1-800-955-4455.
A deposit equal to one night’s stay is required to hold the reservation and shall be applied to the first night of the reserved stay. The deposit is refundable if notice is received at least seventy-two (72) hours prior to arrival and a cancellation number is obtained. Should you fail to show up or notify the hotel of cancellation, the hotel may retain the deposit.
Indicate any disability-related requirements or special preferences when making your reservation. The Eldorado reservations department will work to accommodate your requests.
Check-in at the hotel is at 4 p.m. and check-out is at noon.
The Wi-Fi in the meeting areas is different from the sleeping rooms and the conference password will be shared before arrival.
Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ)
About an hour's drive north of Santa Fe, Albuquerque International Sunport sees more than six million passengers each during an average of over 500 daily takeoffs and landings. At 574,000 square feet and three levels, the airport's terminal sees traffic for non-stop service to over 30 cities across the country.
Airline carriers serving Albuquerque International Sunport
- American Airlines
- United Airlines
Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF)
Santa Fe Municipal Airport is only 20 minutes from the Eldorado and specializes in private charter flight operations, but also has commercial service American Eagle Airlines, United Airlines and others. Passengers can board private reservation-required shuttles or hail taxis for direct service to downtown Santa Fe.
Airline carrier serving Santa Fe Municipal Airport
- American Eagle Airlines
- Frontier Airlines
- Great Lakes Airlines
- United Airlines
AASCU is pleased to partner with Santa Fe Valet to provide transportation for meeting attendees to and the Eldorado Hotel Spa from Albuquerque and Santa Fe airports.
Santa Fe Valet is the premier transportation provider in Northern New Mexico, and have been servicing the northern New Mexico region since 2007.
Santa Fe Valet
827 Camino De Monte Rey
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 424 – 2171
NEW THIS YEAR!
Participants are encouraged to book airline tickets without delay and confirm ground transportation to and from the Eldorado Hotel. Transportation is available from Santa Fe airport or Albuquerque.
Once your airline tickets are confirmed click here and complete the travel form to reserve your airport pickup with Santa Fe Valet. Travel should be confirmed no later than June 1, 2018 to secure ground transportation.
Ground Transportation Rates
Santa Fe airport pickups and hotel transfers:
$ 96.51 luxury sedan
$123.62 luxury Mercedes Benz
Albuquerque airport pick-ups and hotel transfers:
$182.18 luxury sedan
$ 206.04 luxury Mercedes Benz
$ 215.80 SUV
Travel should be confirmed no later than June 1, 2018 to secure ground transportation.
Prices above include tax but not gratuity.
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