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IMPORTANT DATES: Pre-Registration Deadline: Monday, July 13, 1998 - Hotel Discount Deadline: Friday, July 10, 1998

USENIX has negotiated special rates for conference attendees at The Madison Renaissance Hotel. Contact the hotel directly to make your reservation. You must mention USENIX to get the special rate. A one-night room deposit must be guaranteed to a major credit card. To cancel your reservation, you must notify the hotel at least 24 hours before your planned arrival date.

Hotel Discount Reservation Deadline: Friday, July 10, 1998
Requests for hotel reservations made after the July 10 deadline will be made on a space-available basis only.

The Madison Renaissance Hotel
515 Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98104

Toll Free: 800.278.4159 (USA & Canada)
Local Telephone: 206.583.0300
Reservation Fax: 206.447.0992

Single Occupancy      $145.00
Double Occupancy     $155.00
(plus state and local taxes, currently at 15.6%)


Discount Air Fares

Special airline discounts will be available for USENIX attendees. Please call for details:
JNR, Inc.
Toll Free (USA and Canada)
Telephone: 714.476.2788
Airport To Hotel Transportation
The Madison Renaissance Hotel is located about 20 minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) International Airport.

Shuttle Service

Gray Line Service provides daily shuttle service every 20 minutes from 6 am until 11:30pm to the Madison Renaissance Hotel and other downtown hotels. Tickets can be purchased for $7.50 one way, $13.00 round trip, at the Gray Line Service Desk located near the baggage claim area. Reservations not required. Taxi cost averages about $35 one way and takes approximately 20 minutes.


Points of Interest

Pike Place Market: Colorful farmer's market is the oldest continually operating market in the nation; splendid array of seafood and produce stalls, restaurants, crafts, international foods.

Waterfront: 1.5 miles of restaurants, shops, excursion boats, maritime sightseeing.

Seattle Aquarium: Fascinating views from the bottom of Elliot Bay.

Pioneer Square: Shopping, art galleries, international dining and sightseeing in Seattle's historic district.

Woodland Park Zoo: Stroll through open-style exhibits of one of the top ten zoos in the country.

Pacific Science Center: Hands-on mathematics and science exhibits; space films.

Seattle Center: 74 acre urban park, home of Seattle's performing arts, Pacific Science Center, Space Needle,  Children's Museum and festivals.

Space Needle: 360 degree observation deck and lounge including two revolving restaurants.

For detailed information including maps, visit: City.Net


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