The Nutrition & Health Conference will be returning to Arizona in 2015--a sunny conference destination chosen by popular demand. After a cold winter, joining us in Phoenix may be just the ticket to thawing you out, with our consistently beautiful clear skies, warm temperatures, and plenty of natural Vitamin D.
Take a Break
Catch your breath, get centered, and relax. This is a good time to reset and restore your focus on self-care. Hospitable desert evenings after the conference will allow you to enjoy being outdoors in one of the most colorful landscapes in the world with hiking, biking, swimming, and some of the best golf courses in the country. And Phoenix is only 2 hours from the majestic red rocks of Sedona and a day trip to the Grand Canyon.
Experience the City
Savor the food, culture, and beauty of this desert southwest city. Fancy the area's diverse plants at the Desert Botanical Garden, appreciate the heritage of the region at the Heard Museum and the Arizona Latino Arts & Cultural Center, or spend the day with the family at the Children's Museum of Phoenix or the Arizona Science Center. For more information, visit the City of Phoenix or Visit Phoenix sites.
Since 1929, Arizona Biltmore has been a landmark destination in Phoenix. 39 acres of gardens, swimming pools and iconic Frank Lloyd Wright architecture play muse to guests' whims and wishes throughout this historical luxury resort. Championship golf, a 22,000+ square foot spa and fitness center, multiple restaurants, and a variety of amenities await you.
Space will fill up quickly, so reserve your room today.
Conference rates valid April 29, 2015 through May 11, 2015.
The Arizona Biltmore is easily reached from Phoenix Sky Harbor airport by taxi, car service, or shuttle. Online SuperShuttle van and ExecuCar are offering special discounts for our group. Reservations at the special rate can be made here.
24-hour valet parking is available at the Resort. Overnight Valet is $28 per night. For those attending the conference, self-parking is complimentary--in the garage for hotel guests and in uncovered lots for conference attendees not staying at the Biltmore.
Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation, such as a sign language interpreter, by completing a customer service ticket at http://nutritionandhealthconf.org/conference/support/index.html. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation.