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Discounted hotel rooms at the Manchester Grand Hyatt; San Diego is reserved only for registered attendees of the 58th Annual IAM Meeting and Expo. In order to receive information and code on how to book your hotel room, you must register for the meeting. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
THE LAST DAY TO RECEIVE THE DISCOUNTED RATE IS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
Need a SUITE? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve one today!
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Hotel Poacher & Pirate Alert
The Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego is the only authorized hotel providing guest room accommodations for the 2020 IAM Annual Meeting & Expo in San Diego, CA.
If you receive solicitations from any other vendors identifying themselves as the official IAM housing representative or partner, they are NOT authorized to sell guest rooms for the event. Please contact the IAM Registration office at +1 (202) 624-1740 immediately.
How Hotel Poaching Scams Work
Most poaching agencies do not have a contract with any hotels for room blocks. They will contact a housing wholesaler, such as Expedia, Priceline, etc. to see if rooms are available that they can mark up and sell to unsuspecting guests.
Hotel poachers will claim to be an IAM “partner” or the “official housing company” and will sometimes ask that your room be paid in full, up front. Room poachers often don’t deliver on promises to attendees. When guests arrive, the reservations are often non-existent or the hotels are far from the event location. Sometimes, hefty cancellation charges are billed to your credit card. Poachers often represent themselves as being affiliated with the expo or conference by illegally using trademarked logos.
Only IAM registered attendees can book within the conference’s room block.
How to Avoid Hotel Poachers
Please note: If a room is booked outside of the official IAM conference room block, we are unable to help. If you are unsure whether something is legitimate, please contact the IAM Registration office at +1 (202) 624-1740 or email email@example.com immediately before providing your personal, company or credit card information.