Hotel & Travel
Convention Hotel & Headquarters
JW Marriott Desert Ridge
5350 E. Marriott Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85054
The NDSC Room Block at the JW Marriott is currently full. Click here to make reservation on the WAIT LIST .
Please read the following policies below including the NDSC cancellation policy before reserving your room.
The NDSC Convention rate is $145 rate per night, with taxes the total amount per night comes to $167. This is more than a 50% discount from their regular rate and the JW agreed to waive the resort fee for our families!
One night deposit is required at the time of booking.
Only one room can be booked at a time online.
The NDSC convention rate is only available to those who register to attend the convention. This includes speakers, registered exhibitors and registered volunteers. All rooms will be cross checked to the NDSC registration list. If a registration does not exist, your sleeping room rate will increase to the JW published rate for those dates. This policy will be strictly enforced due to the high demand for the hotel.
NDSC Cancellation Policy – The last day that you can cancel your room reservation is June 10. Rooms cancelled after June 10 will lose their one night deposit of $167. No exceptions.
Marriott Residence Inn Desert View – Approx 2 miles from the JW and offers a complimentary shuttle between properties
5665 E Mayo Blvd, Phoenix, AZ, 85054, US
Call to Book: (844) 205-8985
Book Online: online booking
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