** Conference Participants and Attendees will not be able to visit Los Alamos National Laboratory unless prior arrangements are made or they have a valid D.O.E. badge which has been previously issued. If you would like access to Los Alamos National Laboratory, please email a conference organizer.
UPDATED August 14th with new venue!
The conference will be held at the Inn at Loretto hotel located adjacent to the historic Santa Fe, New Mexico Plaza. The heart of downtown Santa Fe for nearly 400 years, the Plaza remains the central part of the city, hosting Indian and Spanish markets and other annual events as well as community gatherings, concerts and more.
The reduced government negotiated rate will be $107.50 per night plus normal taxes and fees.
To reserve a room at our reduced rate, (except Speakers who will have their rooms reserved for them, please contact the hotel directly at (800) 727-5531 and ask for lodging in the Physics of Algorithms block.
Invited Speakers who have received an official invitation will have their lodging expenses covered from the night of Sunday, August 30 to a check-out on Friday, September 4 (check-out is at 11:00 AM). In addition, we will make your reservations for you. When registering, please make a note for us of your check-in and check-out dates as well as any other specific details you have about your lodging (including # of guests). If you have already registered, then please send an email letting us know your lodging information.
Airport Map from LANL Visitor's Guide
The major airport for travelers coming to Santa Fe is Albuquerque International Airport, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, about 60 miles south of Santa Fe (50 minute drive). Albuquerque Airport (ABQ) has car rental facilities and a shuttle terminal.
Shuttle Service from Albuquerque Sunport:
Sandia Shuttle Express
(888) 775-5696 (toll free)
Park and Ride from Los Alamos:
The Blue Route of the Park and Ride bus is an excellent way to get from the Lab to the conference and back each day. It costs $3 each way and will be virtually empty as you will be riding opposite of commuter traffic. It will pick you up from either the Los Alamos Library or the TA-3 parking front gate parking lot and drop you off at Sheritan and Palace (a few easy blocks from the conference location).
Here are the pick up times from TA-3 (The library is 10 minutes earlier):
Here are the return times from the Plaza:
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