Wednesday, August 24, 2011

RootsTech 2012 Official Hotels Announced

Conference Attendees Can Make Hotel Reservations Now

RootsTech 2012 is happy to announce its two official conference hotels: the Radisson and the Salt Lake Plaza. The hotels will offer reduced rates and attractive benefits for conference attendees. Both hotels were very popular with conference goers in 2011. The two facilities are conveniently located near the Salt Palace Convention Center and are offering an attractive $89 per night conference rate to RootsTech 2012 attendees. However, the special conference rate rooms are limited. Attendees are encouraged to book now to guarantee availability for RootsTech 2012, which will be held February 2–4, 2012, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Registration for attending the RootsTech 2012 conference itself will open shortly in September 2011.


Radisson Hotel

Radisson Hotel

215 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Rate: $89 per night

Every room has extra value added for the convenience of our guests. Each room has a coffeemaker with complimentary coffee, hair dryer, bathroom amenities by ASiRA, iron and full-size ironing board, complimentary high-speed Internet access, and voice mail. USA Today and the Salt Lake Tribune, offering local news and information, are available upon request. RootsTech guests will also receive complimentary parking and a free breakfast buffet for one per single-rate room, two per double-rate room, three per triple-rate room, or four per quad–rate room.

Salt Lake Plaza Hotel

Salt Lake Plaza Hotel

122 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Rate: $89 per night

Conveniently located adjacent to the Family History Library and across the street from the conference center. Every room has free coffee as well as a refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker that guests may use. RootsTech guests will enjoy free wireless Internet and airport shuttle ($30 value). Parking is only $5 per night.


About RootsTech

RootsTech is a new conference designed to bring technologists together with genealogists to learn from each other and find solutions to the challenges faced in family history research today. The conference’s activities and offerings are focused on content that will help genealogists and family historians discover exciting new research tools while enabling technology creators to learn the latest development techniques from industry leaders and pioneers.