International Association of Nanotech



The 3rd International Congress of Nano Bio 2009 will be held at the San Francisco Airport Crowne Plaza  on June 22-24, 2009.


Crowne Plaza Hotel SFO
1177 Airport Blvd Burlingame, CA 94010
Toll Free: 1-877-252-1558

HOTEL RESERVATION: click here to make a reservation at the Crowne Plaza at a conference discount rate of $99.00 per night.

About the Crowne Plaza Hotel:

The renovated Crowne Plaza San Francisco International is a casually elegant hotel that delivers upscale amenities and services for business or leisure in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area.

Heart of the Bay Area. The hotel is located 1.5 miles south of San Francisco International Airport on San Francisco Bay close to an array of San Francisco attractions. The Hotel offers free shuttle bus pick up and delivery from and to the San Francisco International Airport.

San Francisco  is known as "Everyone's Favorite City". With the delightful convergence of fog, sun and near perfect Mediterranean climate. It is no wonder that Condé Nast Traveler Magazine readers have named the City by the Bay the world's top destination city twice and the top U.S. destination city seven times since 1988!

"You could live in San Francisco a month and ask no greater entertainment than walking through it," wrote Inez Hayes Irwin, the author of The Californiacs, an effusive 1921 homage to the state of California and the City by the Bay. Her claim remains true today: touring on foot is the best way to experience this diverse metropolis.

First-time visitors won't want to miss Golden Gate Park, the Palace of Fine Arts, the Golden Gate Bridge, or a cable car ride over Nob Hill. But a walk down the Filbert Steps or through Macondray Lane, or a peaceful hour gazing east from Ina Coolbrith Park can be equally inspiring.

San Franciscans cherish the city's colorful past; many older buildings have been spared from demolition and nostalgically converted into modern offices and shops. Longtime locals rue the sites that got away -- railroad and mining boom-era residences lost in the 1906 earthquake, the baroque Fox Theater, and Playland at the Beach. Despite acts of God, the indifference of developers, and the mixed record of the city's planning commission, much of the architectural and historical interest remains.


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