2015 DOD Maintenance Symposium

December 7-10, 2015

Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Phoenix Convention Center

Hotel & Travel Information

Message to Attendees

MESSAGE TO ATTENDEES: SAE International has made every effort to secure the best possible group nightly room rate for you at this event. That rate results from a negotiated overall package of event needs such as sleeping rooms, meeting room space and other requirements. Contracts with the venue include a provision to reduce event costs if SAE meets or exceeds its minimum sleeping room block guarantee. Conversely, event costs will increase if SAE falls short of its minimum room block guarantee. Please help SAE keep the costs of this event as low as possible by booking your housing needs at the designated host hotel and through the reservation process created by SAE. Reserving elsewhere means you are booking outside the contracted room block, jeopardizing SAE's ability to meet its contracted obligations and to keep registration fees to a minimum. SAE appreciates your support and understanding of this important issue. Thank you.

Hotels

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel
340 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 262-2500

Hyatt Regency Phoenix
122 N. 2nd Street
Phoenix, AZ 84004
(602) 252-1234

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
50 E. Adams Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(602) 333-0000

Hotel Reservation Form

Event dates - December 6 - 9, 2015

SAE Group Rate: Prevailing Government Per Diem rate at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, Hyatt Regency Phoenix and a portion of the room block at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown.

$199.00 per night single/double occupancy at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown for the remainder of their group room block. Complimentary WiFi Internet access in the sleeping rooms at both the Sheraton and Hyatt. Reservation cut-off date is Thursday, November 19, 2015

Hotel Reservation Link

Check-in: 3:00pm/Check-out: 12:00 Noon

General Information

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown
  • On-site 24-hour valet parking available. Rates are as follows:
    • 0-3 Hours - $12
    • 3-6 Hours - $16
    • 6+ Hours - $29
  • Self-parking rates are as follows:
    • 0-3 Hours - $9
    • 3-6 Hours - $13
    • 6+ Hours - $19
  • WiFi Internet Access in guest rooms complimentary for DoD attendees
  • 4th floor outdoor pool
  • Proud to be a Green hotel
  • Complimentary Internet in Lobby & Club Lounge
  • 24-Hour Business Center
  • 24-hour accessible FedEx onsite on level two
  • Fitness Facility Sheraton Fitness® Programmed by Core Performance

Hyatt Regency Phoenix
  • Overnight Valet Parking - $28 per 24 hours
  • Short Term Valet Parking - $12 for the first hour, +$1 each additional hour. After 10 hours, $28
  • Overnight Self-Parking via the Front Desk - $19 with in-out privileges, charged to your room.
  • Parking is available at the Regency Parking Garage located adjacent to the hotel. Regency Garage entrance is located just south of Hyatt Regency Phoenix on N. 2nd Street; clearance of 6 feet, 3 inches.
  • WiFi Internet Access in guest rooms complimentary for DoD attendees
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 24 hour StayFit™ gym, with the latest training equipment
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown
  • Valet parking, fee: 29 USD daily
  • Valet parking only. 0-3 hours $12, 3-6 hours $19, 6+ hours $29. **Oversized vehicle restrictions and fees apply.**
  • Guest rooms: Wireless, Wired
  • High Speed: Check email + browse the Web for 9.95USD/day
  • Enhanced High Speed: Video chat, download large files + stream video for 13.95USD/day
  • Lobby and public areas: Complimentary Wireless
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Fitness Center

Directions to Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel is conveniently located 6 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Whether traveling for business or leisure, our downtown Phoenix hotel is the perfect location for your stay.

Directions from Airport
Travel time: 13 minutes
  • Merge on I-10 W toward Downtown/AZ-51/Phoenix
  • Take exit 145A for 7th St
  • Turn left onto 7th St
  • Turn Right on E Fillmore St
  • Turn Left on N 3rd St, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel will be on the right

Directions to the Hyatt Regency Phoenix

From Sky Harbor International Airport:
Exit the airport onto Interstate 10 West. Take Interstate 10 west to exit 145A, the 7th St. exit. From the exit, go south onto 7th St. to Van Buren St. Turn right onto Van Buren and travel six blocks to 2nd St. Take a left onto 2nd St. one block. Hyatt Regency Phoenix entrance is one block on the right side of street. Drive Time: approximately 15 minutes, an estimated four miles from the hotel.

Directions to the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown

Travel west on Sky Harbor Blvd. Turn left onto Cooperhead. Travel 0.2 miles and take a slight right onto E Buckeye Rd. Travel 0.1 miles and turn right (north) onto 24th St. Travel 0.9 miles and turn left (west) onto E Washington St. Travel 2.4 miles and turn right (north) onto N 1st St. Take the 1st left (west) onto E Adams St. The hotel will be on your right.

Dining at the Sheraton Phoenix

District American Kitchen & Wine Bar; Located at the northwest corner of Third Street and Van Buren in Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, District American Kitchen & Wine Bar embraces the inherent energy of downtown Phoenix with open-air patio seating, live entertainment and local artwork. District American Kitchen & Wine Bar is more than well received among guests, neighbors and regulars; this unique restaurant has received multiple honors including Best Happy Hour and Best Chef by azcentral.com.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, District in downtown Phoenix offers a wide selection of dishes as well as wines, beers and classic cocktails, and features live jazz music or DJs most nights.

Sheraton Social Hour
Join Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel for our Sheraton Social Hour in partnership with Wine Spectator.
Guests are invited to choose from a specially curated menu of premium wines and weekly tasting events. This first-of-its-kind, premium wine program will feature 90+ rated wines by Wine Spectator served in Riedel stemware to ensure that each varietal is presented in the perfect stemware that artfully enhances the wine's flavor and aroma.
The Sheraton Social Hour Launch Event was held in New York City, in the summer of 2012:
5 pm - 6 pm | Monday - Thursday | Park Lounge Lobby in Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel
Choose from two wines to create your own signature tasting Each tasting is $5 and includes two 2 oz.

Dining at the Hyatt Regency

  • Compass Arizona Grill - Arizona's only revolving restaurant, this Phoenix favorite features seasonal menus with unique and exciting culinary dishes.
  • Networks Bar & Grill - Opens daily at 11:00 AM for you to sink your teeth into one of our delicious burgers or sandwiches. Our menu features local products as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options that complement our signature cocktails and selection of local micro-brews.
  • Terrace Café - Stop by the café, where breakfast is served in a casual setting in our beautiful 7-story signature atrium.
  • Einstein Bros. Café - This quaint bagel café offers outdoor seating and is conveniently located in the hotel's lobby at street of the hotel.

Dining at the Renaissance Phoenix

  • Marston's Café - Experience one of the best downtown Phoenix restaurants and a popular spot during the busy lunch hour. Our full-service, breakfast-through-dinner "brasserie-style" bistro carries a casual ambience and fresh dishes. $5 valet with validation. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Icon Lounge - An icon is described as an object of devotion, and our version certainly has its devotees. Icon Lounge in downtown Phoenix is the place to be and be seen. Specializing in hand-crafted martinis, mixed-drinks, and good times. $5 valet fee with validation. Open for lunch and dinner

Local Attractions

Sports
  • Sports fans can see the Diamondbacks at Chase Field or the Phoenix Suns or Mercury at U.S. Airways Arena, both bordered by great places to eat before or after the game.
  • Head to Majerle's (pronounced: "Marley's", named after Phoenix Suns legend Dan Majerle) or Alice Cooper'stown for good eats at these downtown Phoenix restaurants with other fans.

Arts & Culture
  • Catch a live performance at the Herberger Theatre, Orpheum Theatre, Valley Youth Theatre or Symphony Hall.
  • The Metro Light Rail takes you to the Phoenix Art Museum and Heard Museum, both just a couple stops north of downtown.
  • You can also catch Artlink's First Fridays, on the first Friday evening of every month, where all the art galleries, shops, bars and restaurants stay open late and vendors and street performers entertain crowds on Roosevelt Row and beyond.
  • Downtown's Roosevelt Row was recently named by USA TODAY as one of the 10 best city art districts in America. Explore the eclectic galleries and spaces after dark this summer, as many businesses in the neighborhood will be staying up until 9 p.m. or later throughout the season.

Family fun
  • Be sure to check out the Children's Museum of Phoenix, housed in a historic school that's known for the [pool] Noodle Forest, their tricycle carwash, and the three-story Climberini among numerous other exhibits.
  • Also, head to the Arizona Science Center for their hands-on exhibits and the Dorrance Planetarium.

Dining
  • You might recognize some of our best downtown Phoenix restaurants from the Food Network, where Pizzeria Bianco has been highlighted, as well as Matt's Big Breakfast. Expect a wait at both, but the food is worth it.
  • Be sure to also stop by Hanny's, Phoenix's first department store, now turned into a hip spot for eats and drinks.
  • Don't miss the intricate and delicious creations by renowned Chef Nobuo Fukuda at Nobuo at Teeter House.
  • Take your pick of nearly 50 craft creations at the unique Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour, housed in the historic 1924 Luhrs Building.
  • If you're downtown for work or a convention, head to one of our top spots for lunch in the area.

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