The 2016 NAGA Educational Conference and Convention will be held at the Holiday Inn Orlando – Downtown Disney® Area in Orlando, FL January 11-13, 2016.

The Holiday Inn Orlando – Downtown Disney® Area is the only Holiday Inn and InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) hotel inside the WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort. Only this Holiday Inn can provide you with Official Walt Disney World® Hotel Benefits during your stay and be steps from Downtown Disney® with world class shopping, dining and Disney entertainment.  It is located adjacent to Downtown Disney, 16 miles from the Orlando International Airport.

"VFMLID=33039448"NAGA has negotiated discounted Convention rates of $119 for a Standard View Room and $129 for a Pool View Room. These per night rates do not include local taxes. The hotel will not charge NAGA Convention Attendee a Resort Fee. The rates are valid from January 8, 2016 through January 15, 2016. Our block of rooms contains 50% Standard Rooms and 50% Pool View Rooms. If you want to reserve a Standard View room act now. Once they are all booked, you will have to stay in a Pool View room.

"VFMLID=54675694"Shimmering with a $35 million rebuild, this innovative Downtown Disney® hotel is eight miles from Orange County Convention Center, and 16 miles from the Orlando International Airport. Step inside the lobby and you’ll notice the signature sound and scent, along with an efficient, friendly check-in. Let them inspire you with unique opportunities to spice up your gathering with some Disney magic. As their guest you will have enviable WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort perks, such as complimentary transportation every 30 minutes to all Disney® theme parks, and guaranteed access and preferred tee times at WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort golf courses.

"VFMLID=54675694"At every turn, your attendees will feel the style and luxury of the $1 billion Holiday Inn® brand relaunch program. Increased quality, refreshed guest rooms and the best-in-class service for which the brand is long-known.

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