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42nd Annual Meeting
July 14-17*, 2022
We’re delighted to announce the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Vascular Society will be held at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa in beautiful and historic Santa Fe, New Mexico, from July 14-17, 2022.
*Please note that the 2022 meeting will have a slightly different pattern, in that the meeting will begin late Thursday afternoon and adjourn on Sunday, instead of Saturday. This is because Santa Fe hotels do not allow bookings for “split weekends.” We’ll plan to resume our normal schedule in 2023.
Eldorado Hotel & Spa
The Eldorado Hotel & Spa is a five-story, multi-tiered stucco exterior featuring extruded wood beams and gold lettering above the front entrance. Stepping inside, the lobby stretches upwards for two stories to reveal an intricate ceiling of Southwestern vigas and heavy dark wood beams. The hardwood floors, carved wood furniture, and many works of Southwestern art complete the attractive setting. Hallways and public areas throughout the hotel feature more Native American artwork. Eldorado remains a well-equipped option with an indisputably fantastic downtown location.
Relax and rejuvenate with spa treatments only found here in Santa Fe. At Nidah Spa there is a unique blend of modern and ancient healing techniques that utilize only the highest quality of botanicals, essential oils, and minerals. Eldorado Hotel & Spa is excited to announce the opening of Santa Fe’s most exclusive rooftop pool. This space includes a rooftop pool, bar, and event space, featuring the best views in the city. Eldorado’s full-service fitness center offers an array of equipment including: peloton bikes, treadmills, free weights, medicine balls, mats, and elliptical trainers.
Every room has a 47-inch flat-screen HDTV, a Keurig coffeemaker with free pods, a mini-fridge, and free Wi-Fi. The good-sized bathrooms have Southwestern tile, granite counters, toiletries, and robes.
The meeting registration site will open in March of 2022.
Register by mail or fax: Complete and return the form with your payment information.
The RMVS group rate is $249.00* for single or double occupancy, plus an Amenity Fee of *$25.00 plus tax, per night. Amenity fee includes valet parking, luggage service, 800 phone and local calls, business center, daily newspapers available in the lobby, bottled water and snacks provided in guestrooms daily, in-room refrigerator and safe, complementary wired and wireless internet, recreation facilities, a swimming pool and hot tub.
Individual reservations can be made by calling the Hotel directly at (505) 988-4455. You must identify yourself as attending the Rocky Mountain Vascular meeting when booking the reservation to get the group rate. All reservations must be received by the cut-off date of June 22, 2022. A one night’s deposit is required. There is a 24-hour cancellation policy. Please note: The RMVS room block often sells out prior to the posted cut-off date. We strongly suggest you book your room early.
Things to Do
The Eldorado has one of the best locations in town — only two blocks away from all of the major shopping, dining, and other attractions near the Plaza. Situated on San Francisco Street near Guadalupe, the Eldorado puts guests within easy walking distance to such must-sees as the Georgia O’Keefe Museum, the New Mexico Museum of Art, and the St. Francis Cathedral. Hiking in summer and skiing in winter are great reasons to visit, but Santa Fe is also renowned for its local art. In addition to the many galleries at the Plaza and along Canyon Road, historic sites abound.
The program outline will be available in the Spring of 2022.
Santa Fe, NM sits at an elevation of 7,000 feet at the southern edge of the Rockies, in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, halfway between Taos and Albuquerque.
For 400+ years, Santa Fe has improved with age. The nation’s oldest capital city experienced waves of migrations along the three trails that led here—and more recently via the rails, Route 66 and the interstate. Artists, chefs, wellness experts, and other creative dreamers all bring their culture, talents and experience with them and when they meet Santa Fe’s unique blend of Anglo, Spanish and Native Cultures against a backdrop of the Sangre de Cristo mountains’ majesty and the spectacular sunsets over the Jemez range—nothing short of magic transpires.
The early Native American inhabitants called it “Dancing Ground of The Sun;” while the founding frontiersman at the turn of the 20th century referred to it as “The City Different.” Those nicknames still hold true. Today, Santa Fe is recognized as one of the most intriguing urban environments in the nation, due largely to the city’s preservation of historic buildings and a modern zoning code, passed in 1958, that mandates the city’s distinctive Spanish-Pueblo style of architecture, based on the adobe (mud and straw) and wood construction of the past. Also preserved are the traditions of the city’s rich cultural heritage which helps make Santa Fe one of the country’s most diverse and fascinating places to visit.
Sana Fe Regional Airport
The airport is serviced by American Airlines with flights from Dallas-Fort Worth and Phoenix. United Airlines also has flights from Denver, CO.
Albuquerque International Sunport
The airport is serviced by 8 major airlines, with non-stop flights from 20 major cities across the US. By car, Santa Fe is approximately 1 hour (64 miles) from Albuquerque Airport via I-25 N. All major car rental agencies are available, but be sure to book in advance.