Kevin Roche (kproche) wrote,
Kevin Roche

Reserve your room now for Costume-Con 26

Room reservations for Costume-Con 26 at the Doubletree San Jose are now open!

How to reserve your room for Costume-Con 26
Room rates are $92.00 for single through quad occupancy.  You can to make reservations online at, or at  Please use group code C26 to get the Costume-Con 26 rate.  In addition, we will soon have a link from the Costume-Con website to our own personalized reservations page.

You can also make reservations by calling the Doubletree's toll free reservation number, 800-222-TREE (8733) or by calling the Doubletree San Jose directly at 408-453-4000 and mentioning Costume-Con 26.

Special Room Blocking Requests
If you want your room blocked near someone else, please have that noted in the comments for your reservation and then email our hotel liaison Dave Gallaher at with your reservation number(s) and the rooms you want blocked together.
Similarly, if you want a room on our party floor (the 2nd floor, in the wing near our Hospitality Suite), note it in the comments for your reservation, and email with your request.

There are (a very few) parlor suites and one presidential suite available at the DoubleTree at our negotiated rate of $155. Most (not all) suites have a single king-size bed in the bedroom and a sofa bed in the parlor, with a second connecting bedroom available for the cost of the additional room.
 All of the suites are on the 9th and 10th  (concierge) floors which have restricted access; in particular, there are no suites on the party floor.
The rooms at the DoubleTree are quite large; you may find a pair of connecting guest rooms a reasonable alternative to a suite.
The reservations system does not properly reflect our negotiated suite rate: if you want to reserve a suite, email Dave Gallaher at with your request; and he will handle them on a first-come, first-served basis.

Feel free to repost this information in its entirety.

Kevin Roche
Costume-Con 26 Convention Chair


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