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Embassy Suites Hotel
International Drive/Convention Center

8978 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
Tel: (407) 352-1400
Fax: (407) 363-1120

At Embassy Suites Hotel, where Fall Training Institute 2002 will take place, all guests receive a spacious two-room suite with a separate bedroom and living room. Free cooked-to-order breakfast and a complimentary two-hour beverage reception are provided daily.

Call by Oct. 18 to reserve a room at the special NBIA rate of $125 per night. If rooms are available, the hotel will extend the NBIA rate to the weekends before and after Fall Training Institute. Be sure to mention that you are participating in the National Business Incubation Association Fall Training Institute to take advantage of the special rate.


American Airlines is the official airline of Fall Training Institute 2002. Receive 10 percent discount on tickets purchased by Sept. 13, 2002, or 5 percent discount on tickets purchased after that date for travel to Fall Training Institute. Call American Airlines Meeting Services, (800) 433-1790, and reference AAContract Booking A84N2AM to receive these specially discounted fares.

NBIA also has negotiated a special rate with AVIS for attendees who wish to rent a car while staying in Orlando. Call (800) 331-1600 and reference AWD D006321 to receive the best rate possible.


From Orlando Int'l Airport, go west on 528/Bee Line Expwy. Exit International Dr. Turn right. Hotel is 1.8 miles on left.

From I-4, take Exit 74A (old Exit 29)/Sand Lake Rd. Turn right on International Drive. Hotel is 1 mile on right.

Free self-parking. (Valet parking available.)


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Exterior of the Embassy Suites Hotel
Exterior of the Embassy Suites Hotel

Interior of the Embassy Suites Hotel
Interior of the Embassy Suites Hotel

Outdoor pool at the Embassy Suites Hotel
Outdoor pool at the Embassy Suites Hotel


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This page was last updated on 18 July 2002
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