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The 3% Conference 2013 will be held October 16-17 at The Intercontinental Hotel in San Francisco.
Located directly adjacent to the Moscone West Convention Center, the InterContinental San Francisco occupies a strategic location for both business and leisure in America's most dynamic and beloved city. While its convenience for business travelers is unrivaled, San Francisco's newest luxury hotel is also within easy walking distance of Union Square, premium shopping areas, a diverse collection of trendy and upscale restaurants and bars, and a number of major San Francisco tourist attractions.
The InterContinental San Francisco Hotel offers 550 guest rooms (all non-smoking), including 14 suites featuring a spectacular duplex Presidential Suite with unrivaled city skyline and San Francisco Bay views. The hotel has an intimate footprint with no more than 22 guest rooms per floor. Rooms are elegantly appointed with rich wood and marble, striking contemporary art, sleek, stylish furniture, and the latest high-tech amenities. All of this is enhanced by floor-to-ceiling windows through which spectacular city and bay views add to a wondrous experience in San Francisco.
3% Conference attendees will enjoy a discounted room rate of $329/night for either a double room (2 queens) or a King room by booking via this link.
The Hotel's 43,000 square feet of meeting and function space includes two spectacular ballrooms and 21 meeting rooms on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floors, where flexible configurations provide for events requiring 400 to 1,600 square feet. The hotel's conference and banquet facilities all have natural light and are the most technologically advanced of all San Francisco meeting venues, equipped with capabilities for high-speed Internet access, ISDN lines, independent climate controls, and advanced security.
The Intercontinental SF | 888 Howard Street | San Francisco, CA 94103 | 415.616.6500
What to do while here?
We polled our most foodie, design-y, culture-y local friends and came up with this master list to help you have the best time in San Francisco (when you're not at the conference, of course).