Venue & Travel

Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza

100 Sandoval Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 USA

Reserve Hotel Room Online
Details on the location and host hotel are below. Note that the rates for the host hotel are exclusive of applicable sales/room tax. A block of sleeping rooms have been reserved for the convenience of the conference attendees at the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza. The conference rates listed are available three (3) days prior and three (3) days after the conference, based on availability.

Conference Rates
Single/Double: USD $189.00

Check-in: 3:00pm MT
Check-out: 11:00am MT

All special requests, including bedding/smoking preferences, are not guaranteed, but subject to availability at the time of your arrival. The hotel will make every effort to accommodate your requests.

The Reservation Deadline for hotel: Friday, 12 April 2019 (MT)

Santa Fe, New Mexico

At the heart of Santa Fe lies the Historic Downtown Plaza, site of more major historical, cultural and social events than anywhere else in the Southwest. Just a few short blocks away is the Palace of Governors and the Museum of Fine Arts. Other Museums on the southeastern edge of Santa Fe include the Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Center for Contemporary Arts. For more information on any New Mexico Museum, contact the State Museum System at +1 505 827 6463.


– Santa Fe Airport: Santa Fe Regional Airport is ten miles southwest of Santa Fe, in Santa Fe County, New Mexico.

– Santa Fe Municipal Airport: Located southwest of the city, the Santa Fe Municipal Airport provides commercial airline service by American Eagle Airlines with daily flights to and from Santa Fe and Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Los Angeles (LAX). Commercial service is also offered by United Express with daily service to and from Santa Fe and Denver (DEN) and Phoenix (PHX).

Airport Main Line: 505 955 2900
Airport Information Line: 505 955 2908

– Albuquerque International Sunport: Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza is only 60 minutes from the Albuquerque International Sunport, which sees roughly 340 flights daily on airlines including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Jet Blue, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.

Driving/Shuttle Information

– Airport Shuttes
– The Sandia Shuttle provides transfer service between the Albuquerque International Airport and Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza with frequent and convenient trips throughout each day (Telephone: +1 505 242 0302 or, toll free, +1 888 775 5696). RoadRunner Shuttle & Charter offers similar services. Feel free to call them at +1 505 424 3367.

Note: Please allow approximately 1 to 1½ hour(s) for travel times. Shuttles are ready to depart 10 minutes prior to scheduled pick-up times.

– Hotel Address: Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza’s address is 100 Sandoval Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

– Driving from Albuquerque International Airport: Take I-25 north to Santa Fe, and turn off at St. Francis Exit #282. Travel north on St. Francis 3.5 miles. Turn right on West Alameda. Turn left on Guadalupe Street. Turn left on Sandoval Street.

– Driving from Santa Fe Municipal Airport: Drive out of Santa Fe Airport onto Airport Road. Turn left onto NM 599 North. Continue approximately 10 miles. Take the Santa Fe Exit (Highway 284/84) to the right. Move to the left lane. Exit “Downtown-Plaza” which will be Guadalupe Street.


– The New Mexico Rail Runner Train: Connects Albuquerque to Santa Fe. The trip from the Albuquerque International Sunport to the Santa Fe depot is approximately 90 minutes.

– Amtrak arrives daily from Chicago and Los Angeles in the town of Lamy, only 20 minutes from Santa Fe. Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza can arrange shuttle service on request.

Things to Do

Swimming, tennis and golf are enjoyed throughout most of the year as well as hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, camping and fishing in the 15 State and National forests to be found within a 60 mile radius of Santa Fe. While touring the area, be sure to visit the oldest cities in America, the Indian Pueblos. Experience first-hand rituals and dances unchanged through the generations. Now inhabited by descendants of the Anasazi, the early settlers to this region, each Pueblo is a sovereign entity with its own distinctive way of life.