70th Anniversary

PCRS 2022 Annual Meeting

MARCH 23 — MARCH 27

Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa | Indian Wells, California

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Hotel & Travel Information

 

HOTEL
Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa
44400 Indian Wells Ln, Indian Wells, CA 92210
(760) 773-4444
 

Hotel Reservations

Hotel reservations within the PCRS block and at the special rates are only available to registered attendees and may be made online only. Upon completion and payment, you will receive a confirmation email with an exclusive link to access the hotel room block set aside for PCRS attendees. Telephone reservations will not be accepted.

If you are not registered but would like to book a room, you may contact the hotel directly to reserve a room outside of the block. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Hotel Block Rates:*
Single / Double Occupancy: $279 / night
Deluxe Corner: $299 / night

Please note: Once the room block is full or closed, PCRS will not be able to assist you with room reservations. Rooms in the Palm Springs area during this peak period can be hard to find and rates available to the general public may escalate significantly as the meeting date draws near. We urge you to register for the meeting and book your rooms as early as possible.

*Rate listed does not include taxes and fees

Important Rooming Notice

PCRS has been alerted that an unofficial housing provider has been contacting PCRS members and exhibitors claiming they can secure discounted hotel rooms for the PCRS 2022 Annual Meeting. This company, and others like it, are not authorized to represent PCRS, nor do they have access to officially contracted room blocks or rates on behalf of PCRS. PCRS has not provided names or contact information to these organizations. PCRS is the only official housing provider for the PCRS 2022 Annual Meeting. For your own protection, please do not make reservations through any other housing or travel company.

  • Many of these agencies cannot actually guarantee a reservation because they do not have contracts for room blocks with the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa. They will contact a housing wholesaler to see if anything is available that can be resold to you.

  • Even legitimate wholesalers cannot knowingly book conference delegates in the conference block. Only PCRS can book within our block of rooms. If the hotel determines that a conference delegate has been solicited or contacted by a wholesaler, the room rate may be increased to match or exceed the group rate or the room reservation may be canceled. A rate quote from a room broker is not a guaranteed rate.

  • Rooms booked through unauthorized housing companies must sometimes be fully prepaid. Rather than a one-night deposit, an unauthorized company may require payment of the full cost for the entire stay for each room booked at the time of booking. NEVER give your credit card information out to someone who calls you and offers you a good deal on guest rooms for the PCRS 2022 Annual Meeting. PCRS will not call and solicit you in this manner.

  • Reservation confirmations and numbers are often not available from these companies until less than a week before the arrival date. Even then, this may not guarantee that a room will be available when you arrive.

  • Name changes on room reservations with unofficial wholesalers/room brokers may be difficult to make.

  • PCRS will not be able to assist delegates or exhibitors who have reserved rooms outside the block if problems result from booking through an unauthorized company. PCRS’s contract with the hotel includes clauses to protect our delegates should the hotel oversell the rooms or should any issues arise with reservations. If you receive a call or e-mail from an outside company, please contact us immediately at [email protected]. PCRS encourages all conference attendees and exhibitors to secure their guest rooms within the group block by making your hotel reservations after registering for the annual meeting..


Travel & Transportation

Palm Springs International Airport (PSP)

Airport Phone: +1 760-318-3800
Hotel direction: 15.5 miles SE

This hotel does not provide shuttle service.

  • Alternate transportation: Access Destination Services; on request 
  • Estimated taxi fare: $55 USD (one way)
Visit PSP Airport Website

Driving Directions

Turn left on Kirk Douglas, then left on Ramon Road to Interstate 10 East. Take Interstate 10 East to Cook Street. Turn right on Cook Street, go 4 miles to Hwy. 111 and turn left. Then 2 miles to Indian Wells Lane and turn left. The resort will be on your right.

Ontario International Airport (ONT)

Airport Phone: +1 909-544-5300
Hotel direction: 86.5 miles SE

This hotel does not provide shuttle service.

  • Alternate transportation: Shuttle Me Five Star; fee: $160 USD (one way); reservation required
  • Estimated taxi fare: $200 USD (one way)
Visit ONT airport website

Driving Directions

Exit Ontario Airport to Archibald Avenue North. Take Archibald Avenue to Interstate 10 East. Take Interstate 10 East for 83 miles. Exit Cook Street and turn right. Go 4 miles to Hwy. 111 and turn left. Go 2 miles to Indian Wells Lane and turn left. The resort will be on your right.

LAX International Airport (LAX)

Airport Phone: +1 (855) 463-5252
Hotel direction: 138 miles SE

This hotel does not provide shuttle service.

  • Alternate transportation: Shuttle Me Five Star; Approximately: $285 USD (one way); reservation required
  • Estimated SuperShuttle fare: approximately $267 USD (round trip)
Visit LAX airport website

Driving directions

Start out going southeast on Post Way. Merge onto Pacific Coast Highway/S Sepulveda Blvd/CA-1 S toward I-105. Merge onto I-105 E toward Norwalk. Merge onto I-605 N via EXIT 18A-B. Merge onto CA-60 E via EXIT 19 toward Pomona. Keep left to take CA-60 E toward Riverside/Pomona. Merge onto I-10 E via the exit on the left. Take the Cook Street exit, EXIT 134. Turn right onto Cook St. Turn left onto Highway 111/CA-111, continue to follow CA-111. Turn left onto Indian Wells Ln. The resort will be on your left.

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Health & Safety

Coronavirus Updates & Resources

In order to remain proactive in our response to concerned parties about how our plans are evolving in light of the emerging public health concerns posed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we offer this page as a resource. The PCRS Office is closely monitoring updates from the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding the situation in communities where cases of the virus have been confirmed. 

How Is the 2022 PCRS Annual Meeting Affected?

We want to assure our conference attendees that we are proceeding as planned to hold a safe, educational, fun, and successful event March 23-27, 2022. There are currently no travel restrictions or advisories to or from or within Indian Wells, California.

The safety of our attendees remains our highest priority and we continue to monitor the COVID-19 developments closely. Attendees can expect to see heightened levels of cleanliness and onsite accommodations to actively encourage all conference participants to take common-sense precautions following CDC guidelines when they are onsite at the event. Personal compact bottles of hand sanitizer will be provided to all attendees.

Please direct any further questions to [email protected].

Message from the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Marriott International is reinforcing recommended measures on appropriate hygiene standards and following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), applicable guidelines of the global and local health authorities, and taking relevant health and safety measures. The wellbeing of our guests and associates continues to be of paramount importance. Additional information on COVID-19 is available on the WHO and CDC websites.

Karen Beebout
Senior Event Manager
Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa | Indian Wells, California

For more up-to-date information, visit the following websites:

World Health Organization
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention