ASAP 2004

IEEE 15th International Conference on
Application-specific Systems, Architectures and Processors

Galveston, Texas, September 27-29, 2004

Hotel Information

ASAP 2004 will take place in the Moody Gardens Hotel, Galveston, Texas.
Moody Gardens Hotel
Seven Hope Boulevard
Galveston, Texas
Reservations: 888-388-8484, reference IEEE Computer Society ASAP

Additional information about the hotel can be found at: Do not use the hotel web page for making reservations.

Located on Historic Galveston Island on the Texas Gulf Coast, the Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center is nestled among the lush tropical surroundings and majestic pyramids of Moody Gardens. Moody Gardens includes the rainforest habitat, the acquarium, the discovery pyramid, the IMAX 3D theater, and private beach.

In particular, the 10-story glass Rainforest Pyramid features thousands of species of tropical plants, birds and fish native to the rainforest of Africa, Asia and the Americas. Discover mysterious wonders of nature with crashing waterfalls and quiet streams and a Bat Cave.

The historic Strand district and cruise ship terminal is nearby, along with many art galleries and museums. As Galveston's premier full service resort and conference center, the Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center is the perfect destination for meetings and conferences.

The hotel is offering rooms at the following special rates for ASAP 2004: $135.00/day for single/double/triple/quad, $295.00/day for Jacuzzi Suite, and $395.00-$595.00/day for VIP suite. These rates are exclusive of applicable sales/room tax, currently fifteen (15) percent. These special rates apply at least three (3) days prior to and three (3) days after the Meeting dates based on availability to accommodate those who wish to extend their visits. Reservations must be made by calling +1-888-388-8484, and referencing IEEE Computer Society ASAP. The deadline for making reservations is September 6, 2004. Rooms may be available at the conference fee after this date, although there is no guarantee.

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