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In partnership with onPeak, we’ve secured discounted rates at a selection of Texas hotels. Through onPeak we’re able to offer you convenient and affordable options for your trip to Texas Library Association Annual Conference 2020. onPeak is the only hotel provider endorsed by Texas Library Association Annual Conference 2020, and we encourage you to book through them early for the best selection and price.

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Rates shown above are the lowest available nightly rates for the night of 03/25/2020.

Exclusive hotel rates expire starting March 11, 2020

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Benefits of Booking with onPeak

Pay Delay

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No Fees

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Support

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Flexibility

Plans change. onPeak lets you make adjustments without penalty.

Group Reservations

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Hotel Rewards Points

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Important Reminder

onPeak is the only hotel provider endorsed by Texas Library Association Annual Conference 2020. If you are contacted by other third-party companies offering hotel assistance, please be aware they are not endorsed by our event. Entering into financial agreements with these companies can have costly consequences and are not protected by event management.

 

If you are contacted about conference housing by any provider other than onPeak, or TLA, please do not respond or book your room through those companies. If you do not book your room through onPeak, you might end up without a room, pay expensive cancellation fees, or end up at a non-official hotel with no shuttle bus services.

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