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Weber’s Inn

Michigan-Based USA-Based
Weber’s Inn is a strategic supplier for hotel/conference services to university units. This contract includes university-preferred guest room rates, depending on availability. Please see Weber’s Inn for property information. Weber’s has been recognized nationally for it’s services and facilities – read more.

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When you choose the Weber’s Inn for your event, the hotel will provide an Event Confirmation that outlines your event specifics. They will also provide a copy of the Group Sales Agreement, Departments should read the Group Sales Agreement carefully to understand the terms and conditions that will apply before deciding to move forward with booking the hotel. Departments are directly responsible for the terms and conditions of the Group Sales Agreement.

Payment Method

Provide the following information toTina Hansen, Executive Director of Sales & Catering

Phone: (734) 794-2263 Email: thansen@webersannarbor.com

  • Shortcode to be billed
  • Department name
  • University contact & phone

Note: It is the unit’s responsibility to review all supporting documents for hosted events, including a list of attendees, to ensure compliance with university hosting policy and per person meal limits. See the hosting policy.

Note II: It is the unit’s responsibility to review the attrition and cancellation policies, which will be made available upon request.

A valid credit card authorization form is required when payments are made via a University PCard. Departments should not provide the hotel with a copy of the front and back of the PCard. When using a PCard for payment, the hotel will charge the card upon departure for actual charges.

When individuals are paying for the event (or portions of the event), damages are the responsibility of each individual and not the University. The hotel will settle any disputes directly with the individual.

This is a strategic contract for hotel/conference services for university units. The Kensington Hotel offers university preferred guest room rates, depending on availability. Please visit the following link for more information on this property: http://www.kcourtaa.com/

Ordering:

To arrange hotel/conference services, please contact the following:

Mary Gardner, Director of Sales and Catering

734-761-1977

mgardner@kcourtaa.com

Amy Peariso

Sales Manager

734-761-1799

apeariso@kcourtaa.com

When you choose the Kensington Hotel for your event, the hotel will provide
an Event Confirmation that outlines your event specifies only. The event
will be governed by the master terms and conditions that the University
has negotiated, therefore, the unit may sign the Event Confirmation.

Payment Method

Provide the following information to Sara Mitchell, Director of Sales, Catering & Marketing,
734-761-1799 smitchell@kcourtaa.com
Amie Mongeau, Catering Sales Manager 734-761-1799amongeau@kcourtaa.com

Shortcode to be billed
Department name
University contact & phone
Note: It is the unit’s responsibility to review all supporting documents for hosted events, including a list of attendees, to ensure compliance with university hosting policy and per person meal limits. See the hosting policy.

Note II: It is the unit’s responsibility to review the attrition and cancellation policy.

A valid credit card authorization form is required when payments are made via a University PCard. Departments should not provide the hotel with a copy of the front and back of the PCard. When using a PCard for payment, the hotel will charge the card upon departure for actual charges.

When individuals are paying for the event (or portions of the event), damages are the responsibility of each individual and not the University. The hotel will settle any disputes directly with the individual.

This is a master terms and conditions contract for lodging services to University units. Hampton Inn North Ann Arbor is located on Green Rd and offers lodging near the NCRC campus. Please visit the following link for more information: annarbornorth.hamptoninn.com

Ordering:

Phone: (734) 996-4444
Ask for the University of Michigan rate

Online: 1. Visit Hampton Inn Ann Arbor North
2. Enter arrival & departure dates
3. Select “Add Special Rate Code”
4. Under Corporate Account number, enter 05600546425
5. Complete reservation

This is a strategic contract for hotel/conference services to university units. Graduate Hotel offers university preferred guest room rates, depending on availability. Please visit the following link for more information on this property: http://graduateannarbor.com/.

Ordering:

To arrange hotel/conference services, please contact the following:

Group Rooms only and Group Room with Banquets:

Tiffany Bond, Sales Manager
Phone: (734) 769-2200 ext. 6217
email: tbond@graduateannarbor.com

Catering Events only:

Patti Hourani
Phone: (734) 769-2224 ext. 6224
email: phourani@graduateannarbor.com

When you choose the Graduate Hotel for your event, the hotel will provide an Event Confirmation that outlines your event specifics. They will also provide a copy of the Group Sales Agreement. Departments should read the Group Sales Agreement carefully to understand the terms and conditions that will apply before deciding to move forward with booking the hotel. Departments are directly responsible for the terms and conditions of the Group Sales Agreement.

Payment Method
When the University is paying for the event (or portions of the event), units are strongly encouraged to select the direct billing payment method. With this, the hotel will invoice the unit directly after the event and payment will be made against a University purchase order within 30 days of the University’s receipt of a valid invoice. A unit staff member will need to create a requisition for payment after receiving a valid invoice.

A valid credit card authorization form is required when payments are made via a University PCard. Departments should not provide the hotel with a copy of the front and back of the PCard. When using a PCard for payment, the hotel will charge the card upon departure for actual charges.

When individuals are paying for the event (or portions of the event), damages are the responsibility of each individual and not the University. The hotel will settle any disputes directly with the individual.

This is a strategic contract for hotel/conference services to university units. Holiday Inn Near the University of Michigan offers university preferred guest room rates, depending on availability. Please visit the following link for more information on this property

Ordering:

The contact to arrangehotel room blockswould be:

TylerGlombowski, Sales Manager

734-769-9800 ext. 6176

tglombowski@hiannarbor.com

The contact to arrangemeeting spacewould be:

Doug Zorn, Catering Manager

734-769-9800 ext. 6175

dzorn@hiannarbor.com

When you choose the Holiday Inn Near the University of Michigan (North Campus location) for your event, the hotel will provide an Event Confirmation that outlines your event specifics. They will also provide a copy of the Group Sales Agreement. Departments should read the Group Sales Agreement carefully to understand the terms and conditions that will apply before deciding to move forward with booking the hotel. Departments are directly responsible for the terms and conditions of the Group Sales Agreement.

Payment Method
When the University is paying for the event (or portions of the event), units are strongly encouraged to select the direct billing payment method. With this, the hotel will invoice the unit directly after the event and payment will be made against a University purchase order within 30 days of the University’s receipt of a valid invoice. A unit staff member will need to create a requisition for payment after receiving a valid invoice.

A valid credit card authorization form is required when payments are made via a University PCard. Departments should not provide the hotel with a copy of the front and back of the PCard. When using a PCard for payment, the hotel will charge the card upon departure for actual charges.

When individuals are paying for the event (or portions of the event), damages are the responsibility of each individual and not the University. The hotel will settle any disputes directly with the individual.