Location: The 2011 Summit will be held at the Asilomar Conference Grounds, located approximately 1.5 hours by car from the San Jose Airport. The Monterey Airbus shuttle can be booked for transport between Asilomar and either the San Jose or San Francisco airports.
Additional Lodging: Conference registration includes one night's lodging. Some participants have requested information on booking additional nights at Asilomar. If a guest would like to arrive a day early or depart a day later, they may call Deborah Lilly at 831-642-4223 and make a leisure reservation (bed & breakfast). She will try to keep them in the same room their entire stay if possible. Otherwise they will need to check out at 11:00 am, and may not be able to check back in until 4:00 pm.
The rate for single occupancy is $158.89 per night (includes tax & breakfast)
They require a credit card (Amex/Visa/Mastercard/Discover) and expiration date and name, address, phone number & email address. There is a 48 hour cancellation policy for the leisure reservation.
About Asilomar: Since 1913, The Asilomar Conference grounds have hosted conferences, first as a YWCA Retreat center, and now as a California State Park. The Julia Morgan-designed structures embrace the Arts and Crafts architectural style and were designated as a National Historic landmark in 1987. Nestled along the shoreline of California's famed Monterey Peninsula, the grounds include white sand beaches and Monterey pine, cypress and oak forests, along with ecologically significant sand dunes. The name Asilomar is derived from the Spanish "asilo" meaning retreat or refuge and "mar" meaning sea.