2nd Conference for African-American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences (CAARMS): Accommodations

June 26-28, 1996

Doubletree Hotel Somerset

200 Atrium Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873
Dial Direct: (908) 469-2600, Fax: (908) 469-4617

Through an agreement between DIMACS and Doubletree a block of rooms has been reserved for the conference at the special rate of $73.00 for a standard single or double room for June 25-30.

Reservation Procedures: Each guest should make their own reservations individually by calling the reservations department (908) 469-2600. The rooms are posted as RU DIMACS. To get the special rate your reservation must be made by June 11, 1996 and you must clearly indicate that you are participating in the RU DIMACS event. If you wish to share a double room, remember to say so when making your reservations and specify the name of your roommate. Otherwise, either the hotel will assign one for you, or we will, if you've already sent in your conference registration form. To minimize confusion only one roommate should reserve the room. The other can call to confirm the reservation, if desired.

Location: Centrally located in New Jersey at one of America's most dynamic corporate communities, Doubletree Hotel Somerset is adjacent to the Garden State Convention and Exhibit Center. Guests enjoy 16 landscaped acres and excellent nearby shopping. Just 60 minutes from Manhattan and 45 minutes from Newark International Airport.

Amenities and Recreation: Each of their oversized 360 guest rooms is comfortably equipped with voice mail, iron and ironing board, dataports, hair dryers, and coffee makers. Guests can unwind with indoor and outdoor swimming, whirlpool and sauna, tennis, and a fitness center.

Transportation: The hotel provides free courtesy van service to and from DIMACS. Courtesy van service means they will try to schedule trips but they do not guarantee time or sufficient capacity for all requests. Additional transportation will be provided by the conference.


DIMACS Homepage

Document last modified on May 28, 1996