Hotel reservation information.

Position:135th Congress of Correction

Attendees of the American Correctional Association's 135th Congress of Correction in Baltimore, Maryland can make their hotel reservations online, by telephone, fax or mail by July 8, 2005. ACA wants your conference experience to be a pleasant one from beginning to end. To make your hotel reservations by mail or fax, detach the Hotel Reservation Request Form (between pages 32 and 33) and follow the applicable instructions, or log on to our website at

Make your hotel reservations with the ACA Housing Bureau by July 8, 2005, by logging on to our website:

Telephone or fax your hotel reservations to ACA Housing Bureau by July 8, 2005: CALL: (877) 225-8466 (toll free) or (410) 837-4636 FAX: (410) 659-8398

Mail your hotel reservations by July 8, 2005 to: ACA Housing Bureau c/o Baltimore Area Convention & Visitors Association 100 Light Street, 12th Floor * Baltimore, MD 21202

ACA has secured blocks of rooms for Congress participants at the hotels listed on pages 37-38. To ensure availability and the ACA group rates, reservations must be received by the ACA Housing Bureau by July 8, 2005. After that date, rooms may not be available at the ACA group rate. You are strongly encouraged to make your room reservations early. Rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis as the ACA Housing Bureau receives them. Reservations will not be accepted directly by the individual hotels.


A S125 guarantee per room is required to make a reservation. The guarantee amount is payable by credit card or check (by mail only). Only American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Discover will be accepted. All checks must be payable to the ACA/BACVA Housing Bureau in U.S. funds drawn on a U. S. Bank. No wire transfers will be accepted. Please allow a few extra days to process your hotel reservation when submitting a check deposit. Requests received without a valid credit card or check deposit will be returned and will not be processed.

When mailing or faxing reservations, use one form per room, regardless of the number of guests staying in the room. Be sure to...

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