The conference hotel is the Millennium Harvest House.
The hotel is still accepting reservations, however the conference rate is no longer available.
All conference events with the exception of the Astronaut Banquet and the Bill Nye Keynote will occur at the conference hotel


Boulder is a small town nestled at the foot the Rocky Mountains, known for its active residents, historic downtown district, high tech economy, beautiful hiking trails and 300 days of annual sunshine. Sophisticated, artsy, and progressive, Boulder is home to numerous institutes focusing on: astrophysics, earth observing spacecraft hardware, space weather prediction, atmospheric modeling and satellite command / mission operations. It attracts countless outdoor sports enthusiasts with its amiable climate, vast open spaces, and close proximity to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Set at the foot of the iconic Flatirons of the Rocky Mountains, the city is just 30 miles northwest of downtown Denver and only 74 feet higher than the Mile High City.

The State of Colorado is the second largest space economy in the nation with strong entities in Space Sciences, the headquarters for the United Launch Alliance, the location of development for the Orion Crew Vehicle, and the home of the Air Force Space Command.

In addition, Boulder is the home of Ball Aerospace, a $200 million/yr in revenue company which focuses on spacecraft systems and optical instrumentation (built all four instruments currently installed on the Hubble Space Telescope). Boulder is also the home of the University of Colorado, the #1 public University in NASA research funding, fifteen astronaut alumni and is the only institution in the world to have designed and built instruments that have visited every planet in the solar system (including Pluto with an arrival date of 2015).

The city has a wide spectrum of restaurants ranging from low cost, casual restaurants like The Sink and Cheba Hut to finer restaurants like Sushi Tora and The Oceanaire. Popular locations to visit include stores and restaurants on the Hill as well as larger retail and local stores in the Pearl Street and 29th Street malls, all within a walkable distance of the Millennium Harvest Hotel. And with the many microbreweries of Boulder comes a long list of very popular bars.. Participants of the conference would also be able to enjoy autumn hiking and climbing in the Flatirons as Boulder has miles of jogging, running, and biking pathway/trails. Concerts may also be attended at venues like The Fox and Boulder Theatre.


The Millennium Harvest House is about a seven minute downhill walk from the University of Colorado at Boulder Campus and is adjacent to a large pedestrian shopping area. In addition, the historic downtown Boulder district is 1.5 miles up the Boulder Creek bike path from the hotel. In addition, the hotel is on the bus line that runs directly into town. The venue boasts a 5,000 square foot Grand Ballroom that opens to a large, 5,500 square foot outdoor pavilion that overlooks 16 acres of garden. Most of the conference events are planned to occur within the hotel itself and it is recommended that you stay here. The room rates will be subsidized with the cost to be announced when the registration opens in the early summer.

The hotel has 15 tennis courts; five courts covered for winter play, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a bike path, two whirlpools, an exercise room, basketball court, mountain bike rentals. concierge services, room service, laundry/valet service, on-site Budget car rental desk, and Pro Shop - tennis and bike rentals.

1345 28th Street
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 443-3850