Get the best hotel savings & service at Greenbuild 2015 with Travel Planners!
The Official Greenbuild 2015 Hotel Program offers you lower prices and better benefits than anybody else.
• Guaranteed lowest rates
• No booking or service fees
• Protection from scammers
• 72-hour flexible cancellation policy
• All hotels within the official housing block have agreed to a higher level of sustainability.
Did you know? All hotels within the official housing block are committed to sustainability. By staying in one of these properties, you're also supporting the hotels that support sustainable practices.
Call 800-221-3531 (from the US, Canada & Caribbean) or +1-212-532-1660. Or book online
It has come to our attention that several housing agencies have presented themselves as hotel booking agencies for Greenbuild 2015 and have been contacting exhibitors and attendees to make hotel reservations using their services. Please note: onPeak, formerly Travel Planners is the only official housing agent for Greenbuild in Washington, D.C. No other housing company or travel agency is authorized to place hotel reservations on behalf of Greenbuild.
Reservations made through any other agency cannot be guaranteed and may result in additional charges, incorrect hotel placement, or inflated room rates for other conference participants. Please use the Greenbuild Official Housing online hotel reservation system to avoid any confusion or additional charges.
For further information or assistance you may contact Greenbuild directly at Call 800-221-3531 (from the US, Canada & Caribbean) or +1-855-712-9140. Should you be contacted by any agency other than onPeak, formerly Travel Planners, please notify us at email@example.com.
In order to provide and maintain a high quality experience and obtain the best possible rates our attendees and exhibitors must book within the block.
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