SHIPPING & RECEIVING TIPS FROM THE HOTEL
Our Shipping and Receiving Department provides storage, pick-up and transfer of materials (less than 200 lbs.) from any internal location within our Hotel. All shipment items received by the Hotel incur a standard handling charge of $7.00 per box, $15.00 per case and $125.00 per skid (prices subject to change). In the event the Hotel needs to handle sensitive material (e.g. computers), outside labor may be required at an additional expense. In addition, any outbound shipping will incur a handling charge of $15.00 per item/$125.00 per skid excluding the actual shipping costs. Shipping and Receiving is located in the Plaza Building at the southwest end.
The following are tips for successful shipping to the Adam's Mark Denver Hotel:
Have all boxes from all sources uniformly addressed. The request format is:
GUEST NAME (Name of program's on-site contact/person* who knows what's in the box)
GUEST ARRIVAL DATE
c/o ADAM'S MARK DENVER HOTEL
1550 Court Place
Denver, CO 80202
RE: CONVENTION/PROGRAM NAME PROGRAM DATE(S)
*Please Note: DO NOT use the Hotel Convention/Catering or Sales Manager as the "on-site contact."
Multiple packages within a single shipment should be numbered in sequence (e.g. 1 of 3, 2 of 3, 3 of 3). It may be helpful to make note of individual package contents so that careful records of all materials may be maintained and the sender alerted in the event of damage or non-receipt.
Heavy boxes should be identified so that staff (either yours or ours) can avoid injury while lifting them.
If there is more than one on-site delivery location, please label the boxes with their specific delivery destination (e.g. Office/Parlor A or Registration/Convention Registration Desk).
Require Exhibitors to ship freight to the designated drayage company, which will deliver boxes to the appropriate exhibit booth. If received by Hotel, our receiving fees will apply above and beyond decorator's charges.
Send shipping information in writing to the Convention Service Manager.
Be specific regarding:
- The number of boxes shipped.
- The point of origin (company/city).
- How they were shipped.
- When they are to arrive.
- Where they should be delivered once they arrive.
- The size, weight and relative condition of the boxes, and any other information that would help the Hotel properly handle your shipment.
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