Need a Hotel Room at the NADA Convention?

14 Nov

Attendee registration for the 2015 NADA Convention & Expo in San Francisco next January is up 16 percent compared to a year ago. As a result, hotel availability in NADA’s block of discounted rooms from Thursday, Jan. 22, to Sunday, Jan. 25, is “extremely” limited.

If you’re still planning to attend the convention and need to book a hotel room, here are a couple of options:

  • After completing registration at http://www.nadaconvention.org, enter your arrival and departure dates during the hotel selection process. If a room is available, book it. If no rooms are available, click here for another booking option.
  • Make a partial reservation. Hotel rooms for Saturday are currently sold out citywide through NADA’s booking agent, but Thursday and Friday may still be available. Separate reservations for Saturday can be booked directly by checking various hotel websites for availability.
  • Call the Housing and Registration Service Center at (800) 974-3084 for assistance at a later date because room availability can often change from cancellations.

The NADA convention will be held at the Moscone Center. Keynote speakers include former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and NADA Chairman Forrest McConnell on Friday, Jan. 23; Jay Leno and NADA Vice Chairman Bill Fox on Saturday, Jan. 24; and inspirational speaker Beck Weathers on Sunday, Jan. 25. Click here for the speaker bios.

Dealers can also meet face-to-face with manufacturer executives at franchise meetings, attend workshops and network with industry colleagues. For more information, visit http://www.nadaconvention.org.

One Response to “Need a Hotel Room at the NADA Convention?”

  1. Andrew Donahey December 2, 2014 at 4:46 pm #

    Just a thought, but when my colleagues and I attended HubSpot’s Inbound 2014 in Boston, Mass back in September, we used VRBO to secure a beautiful 3 bedroom apartment minutes away from the convention center and local attractions. We saved a boatload. There’s also Air BnB.

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