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Small Non Profit Board meeting location

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Small Non Profit Board meeting location


I'm looking for a reasonably priced place to have a board meeting in November. We are a small group...looking for space for 12-15. We come from all over the country and this time we are meeting on the West coast. We are still a bare bones organization and board members have to pay their own expenses so we need reasonably priced accomodations. We are willing to go as far as Santa Fe if need be... would like some place pretty and tranquil... we don't want to stay in the middle of the city. Getting out to somewhere pretty during our breaks is essential.

And if you know of any place that give non profits a break in the off season... I'd love the tp.


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1. Re: Small Non Profit Board meeting location

Maybe the Hyatt Tamaya in Bernalillo may be what you are looking for. You may also want to look into some B&B's. Many have meeting areas or are close to places that do have meeting places.

In Santa Fe, tons of places, maybe look at Sunrise Springs, which is located on the sw side of town. I have had friends who went to weekend meetings there.

You may want to contact TimToad the Santa Fe forum local expert, he has some insight on lodging that some of us do not have!

Have fun.

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2. Re: Small Non Profit Board meeting location

You may want to check out the Historic Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas, New Mexico. I remember hearing that a small writers conference is held at the Plaza Hotel. Mind you, this is a historic hotel with antique fixtures and maybe a ghost or two---nothing remotely like the Tamaya Resort posted previously.

The town of Las Vegas is small and quaint. It is located footsteps from the Santa Fe National forest. Wonderful hot springs, open to the public, are just down the street from the United World College (a great tour in its own right). Las Vegas is about 40 minutes north of Santa Fe for those wanting to take in the galleries or go to the Tesuque Pueblo Flea Market.

Probably even more tranquil would be the Glorieta Conference Center as it is set away all by itself. It is truly just north of Santa Fe. It is the setting for numerous conferences by NM organizations throughout the year. Although the owners are religiously affiliated, you need not be to hold a conference there.

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