Deadline June 1, 2010!
6th International Conference of the International
Society of Intraoperative Radiation Therapy
Oct. 14 - 16, 2010
Fairmont Scottsdale • Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Jointly Sponsored by
The International Society for
Intraoperative Radiation Therapy and
Continuing Medical Education Resources, Inc.
Course overview and intended audienCe
The 6th International Conference of the International Society of Intraoperative Radiation Therapy (ISIORT) will provide a broad
overview of recent clinical and technological advances in the field of intraoperative irradiation (IORT) and disease-site specific
outcomes. Invited lectures, oral abstracts and poster sessions will present knowledge and information that can be used by the attendees
to either adapt or modify the use of IORT as a component of treatment for their cancer patients in the attendee’s specific institution
in an attempt to improve patient outcomes.
Meet the Experts sessions will occur each morning of the conference to allow individuals to learn from an expert user about the start-
up, advantages and limitations of available technologies. These sessions will allow current IORT users to optimize the use of current
IORT technology in their institution or consider adding a new IORT technology and will allow prospective IORT attendees to
determine which of the IORT technologies are best suited for their patients and institutions.
Teaching lectures, international multidisciplinary panels, topic discussions, oral abstracts and poster sessions will be used to update
attendees with regard to the advances in IORT technology and use. Question and answer sessions will exist to allow attendees to ask
questions relevant to their current scope of knowledge. The knowledge gained by attending ISIORT 2010 will allow attendees to
improve the care of their patients, which can translate into improved patient outcomes.
The target audience will include an international group of physicians (surgeons, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists), physicists,
radiation therapists and radiobiologists with interest or involvement in the use of intraoperative irradiation (IORT) as a component of
treatment for the care of their cancer patients.
Meeting goals and learning objeCtives
The overall aims of the ISIORT 2010 conference are:
1) To promote clinical research, education and treatment of cancer patients with intraoperative irradiation (IORT) as a
component of cancer treatment
2) To encourage multi-disciplinary care in which IORT is integrated with external beam irradiation, surgical resection and
systemic therapy to achieve the best results in the care of cancer patients
At the end of the conference, attendees should be able to:
1) Identify and interpret current clinical data with regard to outcomes of IORT as a component of treatment for a variety of
disease sites including breast, colo-rectum, pancreas, gynecologic, head and neck, genitourinary and pediatric cancer and soft
2) Distinguish between the technologies available for the delivery of IORT with regard to start-up, advantages and limits for
application within their particular institution
3) Apply both the technologies and clinical outcomes within the attendees current institution to achieve best patient outcomes
for patients who may be candidates for IORT as a component of treatment
CMe aCCreditation and Credit designation
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas of the Accreditation Council for Continuing
Medical Education. Continuing Medical Education Resources is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education
Continuing Medical Education Resources designates this educational activity for a maximum of 23.5 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™.
Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
For Further inForMation please ContaCt:
Lynne K. Tiras, CMP, Meeting Manager
Lindsey Falconer, Meeting Registrar/Coordinator
International Meeting Managers, Inc.
4550 Post Oak Place, Suite 342, Houston, Texas 77027
713.965.0566 Phone • 713.960.0488 Fax
email@example.com • www.isiort2010.org
If you have any special needs, please contact International Meeting Managers in writing at the above address.
Kaled Alektiar, MD Zvi Fuks, MD David W. Ollila, MD
New York, New York, USA New York, New York, USA Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
Ignacio Azinovic, MD, PhD Viviana E. Galimberti, MD Roberto Orecchia, MD
Torrevieja, Spain Milan, Italy Milan, Italy
Peter Biggs, PhD Alexander Gottschalk, MD, PhD Ivy Petersen, MD
Boston, Massachusetts, USA San Francisco, California, USA Rochester, Minnesota, USA
Mitesh Borad, MD Leonard L. Gunderson, MD Harm JT Rutten, MD, PhD, FRCS
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Matthew A. Callister, MD Michael G. Haddock, MD Jose Luis García Sabrido, PhD
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Rochester, Minnesota, USA Madrid, Spain
Felipe A. Calvo, MD, PhD Louis Harrison, MD Juan Santos, MD
Madrid, Spain New York, New York, USA Madrid, Spain
Mario Ciocca, MD Frank Hensley, MD Felix A. Sedlmayer, MD
Pavia, Italy Heidelberg, Germany Salzburg, Austria
Brian G. Czito, MD Theodore S. Hong, MD Takeshi Todoroki, MD
Durham, North Carolina, USA Boston, Massachusetts, USA Kiataibaraki, Japan
Antonino De Paoli, MD Kenneth S. Hu, MD Vincenzo Valentini, MD
Aviano, Italy New York, New York, USA Rome, Italy
Juan A. Diaz-Gonzalez, MD Katsuyuki Karasawa, MD Frederick Wenz, MD
Pamplona, Spain Tokyo, Japan Mannheim, Germany
John H. Donohue, MD Robert C. Krempien, MD, PhD Christopher Willett, MD
Rochester, Minnesota, USA Berlin, Germany Durham, North Carolina, USA
Oliver Drognitz, MD Marco Krengli, MD Suzanne L. Wolden, MD
Freiburg, Germany Novara, Italy New York, New York, USA
Jean-Bernard Dubois, MD Adry Moss, MD William W. Wong, MD
Montpellier, France Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Gary A. Ezzel, PhD Subir Nag, MD
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Santa Clara, California, USA
DISCLOSURE POLICY: Speakers will
disclose to participants the nature of any
Felipe A. Calvo, MD, PhD, President, ISIORT
significant financial relationships they have with
Roberto Orecchia, MD, President Elect, ISIORT the commercial firms providing support, as well
Vincenzo Valentini, MD, Secretary, ISIORT as the commercial manufacturers of products
Kenneth S. Hu, MD, Treasurer, ISIORT and/or the providers of services discussed in
Michael G. Haddock, MD, ISIORT Board Member At Large their presentations. They will also disclose if
Leonard L. Gunderson, MD, Local Organizer any pharmaceuticals or medical procedures
and devices discussed are investigational or
unapproved for use by the U.S. Food and Drug
1:00PM – 5:00PM Registration
3:00PM – 5:00PM Satellite Industry Symposia
DaIly 10/14/10 - 10/16/10
7:00AM – 5:30PM Registration, Scientific Posters and Exhibit Hours
7:00AM – 8:00AM Continental Breakfast
8:00Am – 9:00Am Meet the Expert-User: Start-up, Advantages and Conventional IOERT
Limits of Available Technologies HDR-IORT
International multidisciplinary IORT Practices and Visions
Evidence vs. Research in Partial Breast Irradiation
9:15Am – 9:50Am Physics Specificities of PBI Gary A. Ezzell, PhD, USA
Mario Ciocca, MD, Italy
9:50Am – 10:25Am Surgery for PBI David W. Ollila, MD, USA
Viviana E. Galimberti, MD, Italy
10:25Am – 11:00Am IORT Alternatives for PBI William W. Wong, MD, USA
Jean-Bernard Dubois, MD, France
11:00AM – 11:30AM Break - View Posters & Exhibits
Teaching Lectures: PBI 2010 Update
11:30Am – 12:00Pm Final Results of Phase III Milan-Eliot Trial Roberto Orecchia, MD, Italy
12:00Pm – 12:30Pm Final Results of Phase III Targit Trial Frederick Wenz, MD, Germany
Scientific Paper Session
12:30Pm – 1:30Pm Breast, Sarcoma
1:30PM – 2:30PM Lunch
Teaching Lecture: Current Technology for IORT
2:30Pm – 3:15Pm The Physicists Critical View Peter Biggs, PhD, USA
Topic Oriented Discussion: Extending Surgical margins IORT for Sarcomas
3:15Pm – 3:35Pm Extremities Soft Tissues Sarcomas Antonio De Paoli, MD, Italy
3:35Pm – 3:55Pm Retroperitoneal Sarcomas John H. Donohue, MD, USA
3:55PM – 4:25PM Break – View Posters and Exhibits
4:25Pm – 4:45Pm IOERT vs. HDR-IORT: Miscellaneous Indications Subir Nag, MD, USA
4:45Pm – 5:05Pm Pediatric Cancer IORT Suzanne L. Wolden, MD, USA
5:05Pm – 5:30Pm Discussion/Questions
5:30Pm – 6:15Pm The Past, the Present and the Future of IORT Leonard L. Gunderson, MD, USA
6:30PM – 8:30PM Opening Reception
7:45AM – 8:45AM Meet the Expert-User: Start-up, Advantages and Mobetron
Limits of Available Technologies Novac/Liac
International multidisciplinary IORT Practices and Visions:
Evidence vs. Research: IORT in Pancreatic Cancer
8:45Am – 9:15Am Surgery Adyr Moss, MD, USA
Juan Luis García Sabrido, PhD, Spain
9:15Am – 10:00Am Chemoradiation Brian G. Czito, MD, USA
Juan A. Diaz-Gonzalez, MD, Spain
Katsuyuki Karasawa, MD, Japan
10:00Am – 10:15Am Systemic Therapy Mitesh Borad, MD, USA
10:15Am – 10:30Am Summary/Challenges Christopher Willett, MD, USA
10:30Am – 11:00Am Discussion/Questions
11:00AM – 11:30AM Break - View Posters/Exhibits
Scientific Paper Session
11:30Am – 12:30Pm Lower GI, Upper GI
12:30Pm – 1:15Pm US-Europe Pooled Analysis Results: Evidences and Vincenzo Valentini, MD, Italy
1:15PM – 2:30PM Lunch
Topic Oriented Discussion: Improved Local Control and Survival Benefit
2:30Pm – 2:50Pm Recurrent Colo-Rectal Cancer Michael G. Haddock, MD, USA
2:50Pm – 3:10Pm Locally Advanced Primary Colo-Rectal Cancer Harm JT Rutten, MD, PhD, FRCS,
3:10Pm – 3:30Pm Gastro-Esophageal Cancer Oliver Drognitz, MD, Germany
3:30Pm – 3:50Pm Hepato-Biliary Cancer Takeshi Todoroki, MD, Japan
3:50Pm – 4:15Pm Discussion/Questions
4:15PM – 4:45PM Break - View Posters and Exhibits
4:45Pm – 5:30Pm Biology of Single Fraction Radiotherapy: An Zvi Fuks, MD, USA
Efficient Future for Clinical Oncology
5:30PM – 6:15PM General Assembly - ISIORT Members Only
8:00Am – 9:00Am Meet the Expert-User: Start-up, Advantages and Low-KV IORT
Limits of Available Technologies Intrabeam
Topic Oriented Discussion: IORT Boost
9:00Am – 9:15Am Integration in Head & Neck Cancer Louis Harrison, MD, USA
9:15Am – 9:30Am Gynecologic Cancer: HDR-IORT Kaled Alektiar, MD, USA
9:30Am – 9:45Am Gynecologic Cancer: IOERT Ivy Petersen, MD, USA
9:45Am – 10:00Am Breast Cancer Felix A. Sedlymayer, MD, Austria
10:00Am – 10:15Am Analysis of IORT Boost vs. Brachy/External Boost in Robert C. Krempien, MD, PhD,
Extremity Sarcoma Model Germany
SaTuRDay (continued) 10/16/10
10:15Am – 10:30Am Urologic Cancer Marco Krengli, MD, Italy
10:30Am – 10:45Am Analysis of IORT Alone vs. Conventional in the David W. Ollila, MD, USA
Early Breast Cancer Model
10:45Am – 11:15Am Discussion/Questions
11:15AM – 11:45AM Break - View Posters and Exhibits
Debate: Alternative Technologies for Super Precise Radiotherapy: Evidence and Research
11:45Pm – 12:00Pm Target Coverage and Normal Tissue Sparing by IORT Ignacio Azinovic, MD, Spain
12:00Pm – 12:15Pm Target Coverage and Normal Tissue Sparing by Frederick Wenz, MD, Germany
12:15Pm – 12:30Pm Target Coverage and Normal Tissue Sparing by Kenneth S. Hu, MD, USA
12:30Pm – 12:45Pm Target Coverage and Normal Tissue Sparing by Frank Hensley, MD, Germany
12:45Pm – 1:15Pm Discussion/Questions
1:15PM – 2:15PM Lunch
Scientific Paper Session
2:15Pm – 3:30Pm Gynecology, Head and Neck, Miscellaneous Clinical, Physics, Radiobiology
4:00Pm – 5:00Pm Research Opportunities with IORT: Proposal for the Felipe A. Calvo, MD, PhD,
Next Decade 2010 – 2020 President ISIORT
Call fOR abSTRaCTS
You are invited to submit abstracts for presentation at the ISIORT 2010
Conference. The deadline for submission of abstracts for papers and
scientific posters is June 1, 2010.
Abstracts will be accepted in the following disciplines:
GI: Upper and Lower
Head and Neck
Miscellaneous Clinical (Pediatric, CNS, other) and
Other IORT Related Disciplines
For more information, instructions and to submit your abstract electronically (hard copy submissions will NOT be
accepted) please visit www.isiort2010.org and click on the Abstracts tab. Presenters will be notified by July 1, 2010 of
the selections for the program.
REgISTER noW aT WWW.ISIoRT2010.oRg!
there are three easy ways to register:
- By internet at www.isiort2010.org
- By fax at 713.960.0488*
- By mail to ISIORT, 4550 Post Oak Place, Suite 342, Houston, TX 77027*
* A hardcopy registration form is available at www.isiort2010.org. However, please note that there is an additional
fee of $20.00, if you register by mail or fax. Save time and the extra fee by registering online.
All fees are listed in US Dollars
beFore septeMber 1, 2010 aFter septeMber 1, 2010 on-site
ISIORT Member $595.00 $645.00 $665.00
Physicians (Non-Members ISIORT) $795.00 $845.00 $865.00
Residents*, Fellows*, Technologists* $450.00 $545.00 $565.00
Medical Students* $125.00 $175.00 $195.00
single day registration
oCtober 14 or 15 only
Single Day Physician $300.00 $350.00 $370.00
Single Day Residents*, Fellows*, $150.00 $200.00 $220.00
Single Day Medical Student* $100.00 $150.00 $170.00
Guest/Spouse Welcome Reception $ 60.00
* Residents/Fellows/Students/Technologist: Letter of verification required. Letter must be faxed to 713.960.0488.
ISIORT registration includes admission to the general session, course syllabus, access to exhibits, continental breakfasts,
breaks and opening reception. Guests may attend the Opening Reception for an additional fee.
Online registration will close Sunday, October 3, 2010. After this date, attendees must register on-site and pay on-
site registration fees.
REGISTRATION CANCELLATION POLICY
A $100.00 administrative fee will be retained if you cancel your meeting registration. In order to receive a full refund
of the balance, written notice must be received no later than September 29, 2010. Thereafter, no refunds will be made.
Registration and Exhibit Hours
October 13, 2010 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
October 14, 2010 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM
October 15, 2010 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM
October 16, 2010 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Registration materials may be picked up on-site at the registration desk. Please note that the course syllabus will be on a
CD-Rom. If you would like to be able to access the presentation slides during the course, we suggest you bring your own laptop
For further questions please contact ISIORT at 713.965.0566 or by email at ISIORT@meetingmanagers.com.
7575 E. Princess Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Reservations Phone: 1.866.540.4495
The guest room rates for ISIORT attendees are as follows:
$219.00 Single/Double (Inclusive of Porterage/Maid gratuities)
$549.00 One-Bedroom Suites (Inclusive of Porterage/Maid gratuities)
The above rates are exclusive of all applicable taxes, currently 11.92%
Become a complimentary member of the Fairmont President’s Club to take advantage of the excellent benefits offered to
members – complimentary high speed internet access, complimentary access to health clubs, daily in-room delivery of local or
national newspapers and many more exciting benefits. To join the President’s Club, visit http://www.fairmont.com/fpc/
The AAA Five-Diamond Fairmont Scottsdale has come to reflect the dynamic
environment that surrounds it - where sun-washed stone and bright green
cottonwoods rise up to meet the pale-blue sky and majestic purple mountains,
the Ultimate Desert Oasis.
Boasting Willow Stream Spa, one of the best Spas in North America (as ranked
by Condé Nast Traveler), two award-winning restaurants, state-of-the art
meeting facilities, and two 18-hole championship golf courses - one of which is
home to the Annual PGA Tour Waste Management Phoenix Open - (formerly
the FBR Open) - this highly acclaimed Scottsdale resort is truly an experience
like no other.
The deadline for the guaranteed rate is Monday, September 27, 2010.
Reservations made after the deadline date will be taken on a space available basis.
HOTEL RESERVATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Reservations may be made conveniently online at the 6th International
Congress of the ISIORT’s website, www.isiort2010.org or by phone at
1.866.540.4495. When calling this number, you must specify the Fairmont
Scottsdale in addition to your affiliation with the ISIORT Conference in order
to receive the discounted room rate. Reservations must be received by Monday,
September 27, 2010 in order to guarantee availability.
It is possible that hotel rooms may sell out prior to Monday, September 27, 2010;
therefore it is strongly recommended that you make your reservations as early as possible.
Discounted room rates are available three days prior and three days following the meeting
dates subject to availability.
The hotel will require a valid credit card number upon reservation to hold a room.
Reservations must be cancelled at least three days prior to the scheduled arrival date in
order to avoid the cancellation fee of one room night plus tax. When canceling your
reservation, please obtain a cancellation number for your records. Check-in time is
3:00PM; Check-out is 12:00 Noon.
ISIORT strongly encourages you to book your overnight accommodations at the
Fairmont Scottsdale (the conference’s headquarters hotel). By staying at this hotel, you
help the Society meet its contractual obligations with the hotel and maintain your current
• Arrangements must be made for transportation for
departure from the hotel to the airport. These can be
made with the Concierge
• It takes approximately 45 minutes to get from the
airport to the hotel
• Tel: 1.800.73009267 (toll-free US and Canada only)
• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Cost: approximately $23.00 per person
Lincoln Town Car
(From the baggage claim area)
air transportation Transtyle Transportation Service offers transportation in
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is served Lincoln town cars.
by most major airlines. It is a 45-minute drive (24 miles / 39 • Cost: $55.00 flat fee plus gratuity (maximum four
kilometers) from Fairmont Scottsdale. passengers)
• May be billed to guest room (by letting the driver
Continental Airlines is an official airline for the meeting know)
and has discounted airfares available for attendees. For • Additional $20.00 fee for inside pick-up
reservations, please contact your travel professional or • To Book: Guests may make arrangements with the
the Continental Meeting Works desk at 1.800.468.7022. hotel Concierge (give flight number and time of
Outside of the toll-free dialing area, please contact your local arrival). Alternatively, call Transtyle directly upon
Continental Reservations office. You must use the Reference arrival at the airport or go to the information booth
Number: DLGFJX and Z code: ZFET to obtain a group at the baggage claim desk.
fare. There will be a $15.00 service fee collected, per ticket, • Tel: 1.800.410.5479 (US and Canada only)
for all tickets issued through Meeting Works Reservations • Email: email@example.com
phone line, or any Continental Airlines ticketing facility. The
service fee is non-refundable and applies to all itineraries, Taxi
one-way or roundtrip. To avoid a service fee and receive Taxis cost approximately $50.00 one way and may cost more
an additional 3% discount on published fares, book your during peak times. Take a taxi from the south side of the
reservation online at www.continental.com. Enter both the baggage claim as it is usually less expensive due to a shorter
Z Code and Agreement Code (without a space) in the offer route.
code box (ZFETDLGFJX).
American Airlines is an official carrier for the conference and Special rates have been negotiated with Hertz rental car service
they have arranged for the attendees to receive a 5% discount for ISIORT 2010 participants. The Hertz counter is located
off Coach and First Class fares. After the ticket is purchased, in the Rental Car Center at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport
but prior to outbound flight departure date, the name may be within its own building at 1805 East Sky Harbor Circle South
changed for a service fee. The Coach Class discount applies (between 16th Street and 24th Street, south of Buckeye Road).
to most applicable fares that are available for your date and A Rental Car Shuttle continuously stops (approximately
time of travel. For fare and schedule information and to every 5 to 10 minutes) at the curb on baggage claim levels
make your reservations, please call American Airlines Meeting of each terminal. A Hertz kiosk is also conveniently located
Services at 1.800.433.1790 and provide the Discount code in the hotel Conference Center. To request a rate or make a
73H0AT. Their hours of operation are 5:00AM to 12:00 reservation with Hertz, call 800.654.3131 (toll-free) or in-
Midnight Central Time. You may review fare and schedule house guests may dial ext: 7231, or visit www.Hertz.com.
information at the American Airlines web site, www.AA.com, Refer to the Hertz Convention Number (CV#) 022Q4637
but online bookings will not receive the discount. to obtain the discounted rates.
ground transportation Special rates have also been negotiated with Avis rental care
SuperShuttle is a national company that offers van service service for the ISIORT 2010 participants. To request a rate or
to anywhere in the valley. Please note that vehicles may make a reservation with Avis, please call 888.754.8878 or visit
make up to three additional stops before reaching their final www.avis.com. Please refer to the Avis Worldwide Discount
destination. Code (AWD) J998395 to obtain discounted rates.
• The SuperShuttle bus operates 24 hours a day. You
can find the bus by the sidewalk outside the baggage All fees are subject to change. All fees listed in US Dollars.
CITy AnD ARIzonA hIghlIghTS
WiLLoW stream sPa at the Fairmont sCottsdaLe
The design of this distinguished Scottsdale spa is drawn from nature’s
primary elements - air, water, earth, wood and fire. These essential elements
combined with innovative treatments designed to inspire and rejuvenate
will help you along a self-directed path as you ‘Find Your Energy’. From this
rooftop sanctuary enjoy views of the majestic McDowell Mountains framed
by a cloudless cobalt sky. Follow the soothing sounds of flowing water as
you descend into the canyon and experience the signature waterfall feature.
Here, you are encouraged to relax in the soothing warm waterfalls and enjoy
the tranquility of the surrounding garden.
Fairmont sCottsdaLe goLF Course
Imagine the ultimate Scottsdale golf vacation, where preferred tee times are
not a hope but a reality, luxury and service does not stop at the front drive
but come along for the game. The Fairmont Scottsdale boasts two TPC golf
courses - the Stadium Course and the Champions Course. The Fairmont
Scottsdale Golf Concierge is a dedicated office of golf professionals whose
only priority is to ensure their guests a first-class golf experience.
BiLtmore Fashion Park
World-class shopping in a beautiful outdoor park setting, with over 70
shops and boutiques, including: Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s, Neiman
Marcus, Gucci, Polo/Ralph Lauren, Cartier, Cole-Haan, Pottery Barn and
Cosanti Foundation - PaoLo soLeri WindBeLLs
This Arizona historic site is a unique complex of concrete structures
designed and constructed by Paolo Soleri. Visitors may browse the studios
where Soleri’s world-famous bronze windbells are made and sold.
desert BotaniCaL gardens
Nestled amid the red buttes of Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden
hosts one of the world’s finest collections of desert plants. One of only 44
botanical gardens accredited by the American Association of Museums, this
one-of-a-kind museum showcases 50 acres of beautiful outdoor exhibits.
Home to 139 rare, threatened and endangered plant species from around
the world, the Garden offers interesting and inspiring experiences to more
than 300,000 visitors each year. Sightseeing includes stunning wildflower
and cactus displays, beautiful trees, shrubs and natural wildlife of Arizona.
El Pedregal is a colorful desert shopping environment of apparel,
galleries, restaurants, and gifts. Fashioned in the style of an Old Morocco
marketplace, El Pedregal is a rugged yet elegant enclave of high-end
boutiques, fine restaurants, and vibrant Southwestern culture.
CITy AnD ARIzonA hIghlIghTS
Frank LLoyd Wright’s taLiesin West
Frank Lloyd Wright began building this desert masterpiece in 1937 as his
personal winter home, studio, and architectural campus. Located on the
beautiful Sonoran desert in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains in
northeast Scottsdale, the site offers a broad range of guided public tours.
Visitors experience firsthand Wright’s brilliant ability to integrate indoor and
outdoor spaces. The site offers a broad range of public tours everyday from
9:00AM to 4:00PM
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon is 4.5
hours by car and two hours by plane from Scottsdale. Over five million
people visit the Grand Canyon each year to view the soaring vistas, vastness
and awe-inspiring flora and fauna. Hiking, rafting and leisurely tours can be
arranged to experience the spectacular Canyon views.
hot air BaLLooning
Experience the breathtaking views of the Sonoran Desert from a hot air
balloon. Sunrise or sunset tours are available with celebration refreshments
after your landing.
oLd toWn sCottsdaLe
The Historical Downtown District, allows visitors to experience a taste of the
Old West. A stroll through Old Town takes tourists to the original Scottsdale,
the heart of the “West’s Most Western Town,” which began more than 100
years ago. Amidst designated historic buildings, guests will find a host of
treasures, including western wear, books, galleries, home décor, Southwest
jewelry, and a variety of restaurants.
Experience the popular Arizona Trail, featuring plants and animals of the
American Southwest. Explore all four trails and see more that 1,300 animals.
Celebrate the natural world with daily animal encounters and zookeeper talks.
Known as “Red Rock Country,” Sedona is located 125 miles north of the
greater Phoenix area. A charming town named after Sedona Schnebly (an
early settler’s wife), Sedona is best known for its extraordinary red rock
scenery. Geological stages and ‘happenings’ (including oceans and volcanic
eruptions) formed the awe-inspiring red rock formations over a span of 350
million years. In addition to these magnificent formations, visitors are also
drawn to the climate, abundance of wildlife, and a vibrant community of
artists, writers and actors. While in Sedona, guests can enjoy adventures such
as riding with Red Rock or Pink Jeep Adventures, touring Montezuma’s
Castle, hiking through national monuments such as Courthouse Butte and
Bell Rock, shopping in the Spanish-style center, Tlaquepaque or dining in
many unique restaurants.
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