See the Value
Take advantage of special discounts, available to SECO 2018 participants, from our host hotels and travel partners. See you in Atlanta, February 28 – March 4.
Luxury accommodations at the best possible rates are available at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center, as well as a variety of other hotels. These exclusive discounts are only available when you make your reservations through our official housing company, EventSphere.
|Hotel Name||Hotel Rates||Distance to Georgia World Congress Center|
|Aloft Atlanta Downtown||Rates starting at $175.00++||0.8 Miles|
|Atlanta Marriott Marquis||Rates starting at $210.00++||1.0 Miles|
|Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta Downtown||Rates starting at $192.00++||0.6 Miles|
|Embassy Suites Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park||Rates starting at $222.00++||0.3 Miles|
|Glenn Hotel, Autograph Collection||Rates starting at $208.00++||0.5 Miles|
|Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown||Rates starting at $206.00++||0.4 Miles|
|Holiday inn Express and Suites Downtown Atlanta||Rates starting at $149.00++||0.6 Miles|
|Omni Hotel at CNN Center||Rates starting at $213.00++||0.2 Miles|
|Ritz Carlton Atlanta||Rates starting at $219.00++||0.9 Miles|
|The Westin Peachtree Plaza, Atlanta||Rates starting at $198.00++||0.6 Miles|
Save with special discount codes from our partner airlines. Reservations and ticketing are available online at www.delta.com/meetings, or by calling Delta Meeting Network Reservations at 800-328-111. Make sure to use the SECO Meeting Code: NMQHA when making your reservation.
SECO International’s official travel agency, FROSCH, can also assist you with your air travel plans. Identify yourself as a SECO 2018 participant when booking. FROSCH charges a $35 processing fee when issuing airline tickets. For more information, contact FROSCH at 212-404-6320 or 877-685-3715 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
REAL ID Act
Reminder that beginning January 22, 2018, any resident of a state that is not compliant with the REAL ID Act, or has not been granted an extension part January 22, 2018, will not be able to use their driver’s license or state ID card as valid identification to board a commercial aircraft in the United States.
For more information and to check if your state is compliant with the REAL ID Act, visit the REAL ID FAQ’s.