The Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis
35 Scudder Avenue | Hyannis, MA 02601
There are still rooms available at the The Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis, but the original NEA block is almost full. When making reservations, it is advisable to call the hotel directly (866-828-9111 or 508-775-7775) and ask for a room for the NEA Spring 2017 Meeting. They will honor our rate for any room reserved during the meeting.
Room rate (double): $115/night
To make your room reservation, call the group reservations office at (866) 828-9111 or (508) 775-7775 and be sure to state that you are with the New England Archivists Group. All reservations must be secured by a one night deposit, plus current 11.7% MA occupancy room tax. Please note that the hotel will charge your credit card the one night deposit plus tax at the time the reservation is made.
Cancellation policy: If you cancel fourteen days or more prior to arrival, the deposit is refunded, less $15.00 service charge. If you cancel thirteen days or less prior to arrival, or if you do not arrive on the specified dates, the entire deposit will be forfeited.
OTHER AREA HOTELS
Looking for a ride to the New England Archivists Spring 2017 Meeting, or willing to share a spot in your car in exchange for fine company (and/or gas money)? We've created an online, self-service carpooling sign-up sheet where you can connect with other members looking to share a ride. Just enter your name and contact info, when and from where you're traveling, and whether you're a driver (with a car) or a rider. Then, wait to be contacted by other carpoolers, or go ahead and contact others who list pick-up locations and dates in line with your travel plans.
Please note that attendees are entirely responsible for making their own rideshare arrangements, including meeting times, sharing the cost of gas, etc., and following through with their plans.
Check the NEA Spring 2017 Meeting Pinterest board for many suggestions of tours, museums, restaurants, shopping, and kid-friendly activities. Here are some of the interesting and off-the-beaten-path things to do while on Cape Cod:
-- Cape Code Brewery
-- Hyannis Main Street
-- Cape Cod Potato Chips Factory
-- Sandwich Glass Museum
-- Kennedy Legacy Trail
The Spring 2017 Program Committee has organized behind-the-scene tours at a few local institutions. Sign up for a tour at the Sturgis Library, the Barnes Historical Society, or at Cape Cod Community College using the NEA Day of Service/Tour sign-up sheet. Please note: you do not have to volunteer for the Day of Service to sign up for a tour. Tours are open to all.