MEDSEEK Client Congress 2013 has concluded. We hope everyone had a wonderful time in Austin this year and we look forward to releasing details about next year's event as they become available. Please save the date for next year's MEDSEEK Client Congress the week of April 28th, 2014.
With amazing live music venues, a world-class university, a thriving food scene and a vibrant nightlife, your visit to Austin, Texas is sure to create a memory! Read the information below to help you prepare for your trip.
MEDSEEK Client Congress housing will close on March 1, 2013 or if/when the conference room block reaches maximum occupancy. Special conference discounts have been secured with a room rate of $219.00++ per night for single occupancy. Advance rates are not guaranteed once the block is full. Attendees are encouraged to book their reservations once Early-Bird Registration opens the week of January 14th.
A resort-like haven just steps from Austin’s central business and entertainment districts; Four Seasons Austin boasts an unrivalled setting on the banks of Lady Bird Lake. Four Seasons Austin offers understated elegance, stunning amenities, and acres of parkland in their backyard.
Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Austin, Texas offers 291 spacious rooms and 28 luxury suites-all with exceptional views of the lake or Austin Cityscape.
Visit the Four Seasons Hotel website for additional information.
Recently named as Best Domestic Airport in the U.S., Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) makes it easy to get to/from Austin by air. All major American airlines serve ABIA, with more than 150 commercial passenger flights per day and 80 direct destinations.
Distance from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) to the Four Seasons Hotel is 7miles and approximately 22minutes.
- Exit airport via Presidential Boulevard
- Take Highway 71 West
- Drive 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) on Highway 71 West/Ben White Boulevard to Riverside Drive
- Turn right onto Riverside Drive
- Drive 4.5 miles (7.2 kilometers) on Riverside Drive (pass IH-35)
- Turn right onto Congress Avenue
- Cross the bridge and turn right onto Cesar Chavez Street
- Drive two blocks to San Jacinto and turn right into Four Seasons Hotel Austin
Capital Metro (http://www.capmetro.org/schedulemap.aspx) is Austin’s regional public transportation provider with over 32 million people riding the Metro every year, taking advantage of all the extraordinary things this city has to offer.
MetroRail offers comfortable and reliable passenger service weekdays between the City of Leander and downtown Austin. The Metro Rail has (9) convenient stations and (3) Park-n-Ride facilities, in addition to many MetroBus coordinated routes to make taking the train fun and easy! You can get your ticket ahead of time (http://www.capmetro.org/products.aspx) or buy it at the train station.
Parking for overnight guests is $32.50 for valet service. Additional public parking is nearby. These prices are subject to change and vary by vendors providing this service.
Client Congress attendees will receive complimentary access to the Four Seasons Hotel Fitness Center overlooking landscaped gardens and Lady Bird Lake. Guests are provided with an exclusive workout experience complemented by up-to-date fitness equipment and unparalleled Four Seasons service.
HOURS: Monday through Sunday from 5:45am-10:00pm.
Four Seasons Hotel Austin’s e-Center can assist you with business, entertainment or travel arrangements through the resourceful and multilingual Concierge. In addition, 2 offices equipped with computers are available for hotel guests to use around the clock.
Average Austin temperatures in March through June are between 70 and 80 degrees.
MEDSEEK’s Client Congress attendees should wear business casual attire for all networking events, meetings and education sessions. A light coat or sweater is also recommended for evening functions as well as for breakout sessions as the meeting rooms are air conditioned.
Austin is the heart and soul of Texas, with a dazzling array of talent that includes blues, jazz, folk and alternative rock musicians. Historic landmarks dot the landscape to include the State Capital University of Texas Tower and the Governor’s Mansion to name a few.
Embrace the city’s “Keep Austin Weird” vibe with a visit to eclectic South Congress (known by locals as SoCo). This shopping and entertainment district features funky shops, live music venues, laid-back dining and great people watching.