Boston: Attendees to the 2013 MIT LINC Conference will fly into Boston’s Logan International Airport. The conference hotel is a 20-minute taxi ride from the airport. Boston taxis are available at Logan terminals 24 hours a day. Areas within a 20-mile radius of downtown Boston are charged a metered rate. All fares are based upon the occupancy of one to four passengers per taxi.
Hotel: The Hyatt Regency Cambridge, 575 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA 02139. This hotel, a 5-minute walk to the conference venue, overlooks the Boston skyline and is situated along the scenic Charles River where the energy of Boston blends with the intellectual vitality and charm of Cambridge, MA.
Read more: http://cambridge.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels-cambridge/index.jsp?null
The MIT Linc Conference room block will be held at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge. Accommodations are not included in the conference fees. A block of rooms has been reserved at a reduced rate of $229.00. This room rate is only guaranteed until 5/24/13. Reservations can be made by clicking here to BOOK NOW!
If you require assistance making your reservation, you can contact the Hyatt Regency Cambridge via the following telephone numbers:
1-888-421-1442 (North America)
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