Hotels and Travel Information for ISA South 2013

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ISA-South Conference attendees are invited to stay at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Charlotte - SouthPark. A block of rooms have been reserved for October 17, 2013 - October 20, 2013. The group rate will be available until September 28th or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.

DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Charlotte
The is the main conference hotel, approximately 3 miles from the conference location
$109 USD Closed

Travel

Conference Location

Queens University of Charlotte
1900 Selwyn Ave.
Charlotte, NC 28274

Please note, the conference hotel is approximately 3 miles from the conference location. Shuttles will be available during peak hours between the hotel and the conference site. See the shuttle service schedule.

Conference participants should park in the Harris Welcome Lot (“A” on the map) on Radcliffe Avenue (close to the corner with Selwyn Avenue). Conference registration is in Rogers Hall (“2” on the map), First Floor, Foyer. See the Campus Map

By Air
Charlotte-Douglass International Airport (CLT) is serviced by all major airlines. The airport is approximately 15 minutes from the conference hotel and can be reached by shuttle, taxi, or car.
By Car (to the Hotel)
Take I77 to Exit 5 (Tyvola Road). Travel east on Tyvola Road. Tyvola changes to Fairview Road after crossing Park Road. Follow Fairview to Barclay Downs. Turn left onto Barclay Downs and right at second stop light onto Morrison Boulevard. Hotel entrance is the first right after turning onto Morrison Boulevard. See the hotel's directions page for further instructions.
By Car (to the Campus/Conference Location)
If arriving by car, personalized driving directions to the Queens University of Charlotte campus can be found at the university's directions page.

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