Logistics, 5th Annual Meeting of the IAMC

The Fifth Annual Meeting of the IAMC was  held from November 12th to November 13th, 2012 at the Foundation of Renswoulde, Utrecht, Netherlands.

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Accommodation

Blocks with special rates are available at three hotels. Below are the links to various hotels in the city at special rates for this conference (block booking available via the links). The blocks available in the different hotels are limited, but the total rooms in the hotels together should be sufficient. It is possible to cancel reservations – so people are strongly encouraged to book early. The links are open now. During the meeting, organized transport will be available in the morning and afternoon from the hotel to the meeting venue. In addition, there are also good public transport options available from each of the hotels to the venue.

Apollo Hotel Utrecht City Centre
Vredenburg 14  3511 BA Utrecht
Tel. +31 30 233 1232.
130 Euro per night
15 minutes walking from meeting venue

NH hotel Centre Utrecht Janskerkhof
Janskerkhof 10, 3512BL Utrecht T
Tel. +31 30 2313169
Fax. +31 30 2310148
136.13 Euro per night
20 minutes walking from meeting venue; city centre of Utrecht

NH hotel Utrecht Jaarbeursplein
24, 3521AR Utrecht
Tel. +31 30 2977977
114.48 Euro per night
25 minutes walking from meeting venue; hotel next to train station

 

Travel information to the Hotel

From Schiphol to Utrecht.
The fastest and cheapest route is by taking a train from the rail way station in Schiphol Airport to Utrecht. There are direct trains from Schiphol Airport to Utrecht Central Train Station (called ‘Utrecht Centraal’ in Dutch) which go in the direction of Eindhoven, Arnhem, Nijmegen or Utrecht. This is clearly indicated by monitors near the train platforms. Tickets can be bought from the automatic ticket machines in the Airport hall near the train platforms – but there is also an information boot and a ticket office. There are 4 scheduled trains per hour – which take about 30 minutes.