Hotel Information for ACASA Triennial
Africa and Its Diasporas in the Market Place: Cultural Resources and the Global Economy
Published: Tuesday, November 02, 2010
UCLA has negotiated special rate rooms at the Hotel Angeleno. It has also reserved limited special rate rooms at the UCLA Guest House and the Luxe Hotel.
Shuttles will be provided for transportation from the Angeleno and Luxe to the UCLA campus.
In order to take advantage of these group rates, please make your reservations as early as possible. Any unbooked rooms at the Angeleno and Luxe will be released after February 21, 2011, and, as a result, the rates below will be subject to change.
170 N. Church Lane, Los Angeles, CA 90049
The Angeleno, the main conference hotel, is offering a group rate of $139.00/night for a room featuring either one king or two double beds (add 14% occupancy tax). This rate is valid for hotel stays from Monday, March 21 - Monday, March 28.
To make reservations, book online at http://tinyurl.com/3xggj8x. This is a direct link to a dedicated reservations page for the Triennial. You may also call the hotel directly 1-310-598-7859 and mention the ACASA 2011 Triennial.
11461 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049
The Luxe, located across the street from the Angeleno, is holding a limited number of rooms for ACASA participants at the group rate of $159.00/night for a room featuring one king or two double beds (add 14% occupancy tax).
To make reservations, please call the hotel directly 1-310-476-6571 and mention the UCLA Center for African Studies Conference or book online using the code UCLAAFRICAN.
330 Charles E. Young Drive East, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1466
(enter “Guest House” in the search box in the upper right hand corner)
The UCLA Guest house, located on the campus, is holding 30 rooms for ACASA participants at the rate of $143.00/night for a room featuring a queen bed, $148.00/night for a room with one queen bed and a kitchenette, and $148.00/night for a room with a one queen and one twin bed (the UCLA Guest House is not subject to occupancy taxes). This venue is a short walk from Dodd Hall, where the Triennial’s panels will take place, as well as the Fowler Museum, the site of Museum Day and the Triennial keynote lecture.
To make reservations, contact Maydene Balasal by phone 1-310-267-5427 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her office is open from 6am-2:30pm PST. Be sure to mention the 15th Triennial Symposium on African Art /Group # 100808. Any unbooked rooms will be released after February 15, 2011.
For more info please contact:
African Studies Center