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Resort is One of the Stars of the 2006 Conference

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For the first time, a hotel is also one of the key attractions of a NAID Conference.

The Arizona Biltmore Resort is a world renowned travel destination inspired by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Among the many illustrious facts about this unique hotel is that every U.S. President since Herbert Hoover has stayed there.

Typically a room at the Biltmore runs in the neighborhood of $300 to $400 dollars per night. Because the 2006 Conference will be taking every one of the 760 rooms in the hotel, conference planners have arranged a rate of $185 per night with NO resort fee.

You can read more about this storied resort in the next edition of NAIDnews out in December.

In the meantime, you can check out the Arizona Biltmore Resort’s website at: