Please note that the only official housing services for POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe is RAI Hotel & Travel service.
Any other companies approaching you regarding hotels for POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe are not recognised by us. As a result we cannot guarantee their validity or reliability and strongly recommend that you do not provide them with information such a credit card details.
The following companies are not associated with POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe:
The RAI Hotel & Travel service has been appointed as the official housing company for the 2015 POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe Conference and Exhibition.
Due to the high demand for hotel accommodation for this event we are advising exhibitors and visitors to make their bookings early.
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For more information please contact:
Hotel & Travel Service
T: +31 20 549 1927
F: +31 20 549 1946
E: email@example.com (*)
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Save money, time and hassle with our event rates.The hotels in Amsterdam are rolling out the red carpet for POWER-GEN Europe & Renewable Energy World Europe.
This online reservation system is made to book one room at a time. If you wish to make a group reservation (10 rooms or more) please send an e-mail to RAI Hotel & Travel Service.
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