International Conference
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Join us in the heart of the Champagne wine-growing region in Reims, France, for our NAI 2018 International Conference! Registration and the Call for Presentations are coming soon, but in the meantime, you can start by booking a room.

Lodging Options

To be able to offer a wide range of hotel accommodations we do not have a host hotel. There are several hotels located near CIS. For your convenience we have curtesy blocks at the following hotels.

CIS Champagne

Meetings will be held at the CIS Champagne, a hostel-style hotel that offers a range of affordable hotel rooms, from a private one-bedroom with shower up to sharing five beds in one room. Rooms are very limited, so it is best to book your room now to hold. Put please be sure to note their cancellation policy. To book at CIS:

  • Members will have to contact us individually to book their rooms by using the following email address: and using the code "NAI."
  • Please click here for rates. Rooms may be subject to taxes. Rates are subject to change in 2018.
  • Full payment is required at the booking on our website by using a credit card with the reservation number you will be given (safety payment system).
  • Cancellations are free of fees 45 days before the check-in. There are no refunds after this date.

Best Western Hotel de la Paix
April 16 – April 20, 2018
Rates: 150 Euros per night (VAT included)
To book please email hotel reservations at and reference NAI.

Other Options

If you would like to check into other accommodations in Reims, please see the below. They do not offer NAI courtesy blocks.
Ibis Reims Centre Gare
Ibis Styles Reims Centre Cathedrale
Mercure Reims Centre Cathedral

NAI International Conference

Reims, France
April 16-20, 2018

The conference starts with a reception Monday, April 16. After the conference, take part in educational off-sites Saturday, April 21.

How do you pronounce "Reims"?

We don't blame you if you thought it was "Reems," but no, the word is closer to "Rance," as in, rhymes with "France." Roll the first R a little (on the back of your tongue) and let the word disappear somewhere in your throat and you've got it.