There are a limited number of single and double rooms blocked off for conference attendees at this hotel for $108 per night (Thursday, Friday, Saturday night). Reservations must be made by September 14, 2012.
To make reservations by phone, call the hotel directly 888-465-4329 (toll-free number) or 512-472-8211 (front office) and refer to the UT Austin Center for Women’s & Gender Studies and the “Women’s Human Rights Conference 2012”.
To make reservations online click HERE. Select dates you will stay and click “View Rates” to get our group discount rate for the conference.
20 N. I-35
Austin, TX 78701
The MACC (600 River Street) is a seven-minute walk along the shaded hike-and-bike pathway from the Holiday Inn. The pathway borders the Colorado River and is a city destination for recreation. From the Holiday Inn, head away from the freeway and cross East Avenue to get on the hike-and-bike pathway. Take a right to head west on the pathway with the river on your left. You will cross a small bridge, pass a playscape on your right, and you will pass apartments on your right. You will see the MACC, a large white building in a semi-circle shape with a distinct design, on your right. A stone pathway with bands of color in red, yellow, and black leads you to the MACC from the hike-and-bike pathway.
A project of the Indigenous Women’s Network (IWN), Alma de Mujer Center for Social Change is a 22 acre retreat center located in Northwest Austin by Lake Travis. Alma de Mujer is an artistic and activist space and a center for healing.
(25 minutes away form conference location, transportation not provided, drug/alcohol free.)
Contact: Cynthia Perez- email@example.com
13621 FM 2769
Austin, TX 78726
Prices from: $22.00- $53:00 USD, pre-tax
2200 S Lakeshore Blvd
Austin, TX 78741
There are a number of restaurants/bars/trailers located near the MACC on Rainy Street including:
Art of Tacos/Tapas Bravas
Questions? Email the conference committee at firstname.lastname@example.org