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 1998 USENIX Annual Technical Conference - June 15-19, 1998 - Marriott Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana
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 IMPORTANT DATES: Early Registration Savings Deadline: Friday, May 8, 1998 - Hotel Discount Deadline: Friday, May 22, 1998

Contact the hotel directly to make your reservation. Be sure to 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 72 hours before your planned arrival date.

New Orleans Marriott Hotel ***SOLD OUT
555 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70140

Toll Free: 800.228.9290
Local Telephone: 504.581.1000
Reservation Fax: 504.553.5625

Single/Double Occupancy      $130.00
(plus applicable state and local taxes, currently at 11% and a $3.00 per room, per night ordinance tax)

***The New Orleans Marriott, the headquarters hotel for the conference, is full. USENIX has arranged for additional rooms in the following hotel, which is 1 1/2 blocks from the Marriott.

Please make sure to mention that you are with the USENIX Conference to get the discounted hotel rate of $115 single/double.

The Monteleone Hotel
214 Rue Royale
New Orleans, LA
Direct Line: 504.523.3341
Toll Free: 800.535.9595

Need a Roommate?

Usenet facilitates room sharing. If you wish to share a room, post to and check

Discount Air Fares

Special airline discounts will be available for USENIX attendees. Please call for details:
JNR, Inc.
Toll Free: 800.343.4546 (USA)
Telephone: 714.476.2788

Transportation to the Hotel

The New Orleans Marriott Hotel is approximately 30 minutes from the airport. The New Orleans Airport Shuttle offers continuous 24-hour van service every 15 minutes. It costs approximately $10.00 one way. Shuttle service information is in the baggage claim area at the airport. Taxis cost approximately $21 one way.

What To See and Do in New Orleans

New Orleans is perhaps the most atmospheric city in the US. With its emphasis on Cajun-Creole food and intense music scene, there's always something to do. Restaurants, both plain and fancy, traditional and cutting edge, abound. You can dance until dawn. The City.Net web site is a good starting point to plan your free time.

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