hcraig is correct. To the best of my knowledge, we generally make our room requirements. That is not to say that we always will, and as of the moment, we have not yet done so for this year. We try to estimate what we think is as high as we can realistically expect, because that gets us the best rates for the meeting rooms. It's an equally bad idea for us to estimate too high or too low.
Why would anyone even consider staying outside of the club's block if he/she knows this? I could give an answer, but I'd rather not.
Staying somewhere else for the EAC Convention is the ULTIMATE example of being "Penny Wise and Pound Foolish."
Greg Heim, EAC #3619
Member Since 1991
Region 2 Chairman for NY and NJ