Diplomat Resort & Spa
IMPACT 2017 will be held at the Diplomat Hotel & Spa Hollywood, A Curio Collection by Hilton™ in Hollywood, Florida. The Diplomat Hotel & Spa is a luxury resort located between Miami and Fort Lauderdale. The resort is an easy walk from Hollywood's historic oceanfront Broadwalk, Downtown Hollywood's Arts and Entertainment District and the Village at Gulfstream Park. Water taxis depart daily from the resort and provide a scenic tour along the Intracoastal Waterway to points of interest including Fort Lauderdale's shops, restaurants and galleries on Las Olas Boulevard.
A limited number of rooms will be reserved for registrants on a first-come, first served basis, at the special conference rate of $289 per night plus tax. You will receive instructions for making hotel reservations at the discounted rate once your conference reservation is confirmed. Please do not contact the hotel directly. The conference sold out last year so be sure to register early to ensure you receive a room at the conference rate.
Diplomat Resort & Spa
3555 South Ocean Drive
Hollywood, FL 33019 US
The closest airport is the Fort-Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), located less than eight miles away.
Zika Virus Update
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The prevalence and progression of the disease is being monitored closely by public health agencies. When considering travel to the area, it is important to consider reputable sources, such as the CDC and World Health Organization (WHO), for the latest information.