AccommodationThe Summit Managers are pleased to recommend the following hotel for IPv6 Summit 2012 delegates. The Summit Managers have negotiated discounted accommodation rates at the below hotel for IPv6 Summit 2012 delegates. Please note that all rooms and rates are subject to availability.
The Citigate Albert ParkThe Summit will be held at Citigate Albert Park Melbourne, which is also the location of the 2012 IPv6 Summit.
Room Type: Citigate Room Single/Double/Twin
Room-only rate per night: A$170.00
Star Rating: 4, walking time to Summit venue, 1 minute.
How to make a ReservationReservation Options:
- Book directly with the hotel by phoning 1800 633 888 (from within Australia) or +61 3 9529 4300 (from overseas) - ensure you quote 'IPv6 Summit 2012'.
- Book online with Citigate Albert Park or Sebel Albert Park, and enter the Special code AIGR1012, with Code type 'Event'.
- Alternatively visit www.accorpacific.net, select either the Citigate Albert Park (4 star accommodation) or Sebel Albert Park (4.5 star accommodation) and enter the Special code AIGR1012, with Code type 'Event'.
General Enquires and ChangesFor general enquires relating to accommodation or reservation changes please contact the hotel directly. The Summit Managers are not taking reservations or changes for this Conference.
Visiting MelbourneCheck the following airline websites for flight details to Melbourne:
Traveling from Airport to City
For international and interstate visitors arriving at Melbourne (Tullamarine) Airport, the options for traveling to the Sebel & Citigate Albert Park are via shuttle bus or taxi. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes.
Skybus Super Shuttle
Cost: $17.00 one way, $28.00 return.
Frequency is every 15 minutes from 6am to 9pm.
There is a complimentary hotel shuttle bus to take you to your hotel from the city depot.
Phone: 1300 635 222
Approximate taxi cost from Melbourne Airport to Melbourne CBD is Au$70.00.
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