Venue & Hotel Information

Investments & Wealth Institute has reserved a block of rooms starting at $339 per night at JW Marriott Austin.

The cutoff date to book your hotel room under the group rate is March 7, 2025.

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Cancellation is 72 hours prior to arrival. Please confirm your dates! If you fail to arrive on your confirmed date, and you do not cancel the reservation, your ENTIRE reservation will be canceled, and the credit card on file will be charged one night's room & tax.

Booking a room in the Institute's room block is an important way to support the association and keep overall meeting costs as low as possible. Investments & Wealth Institute commits to a block of rooms at select hotels on behalf of conference attendees and has a financial obligation to fill these blocks. Please help us avoid potential penalties and control costs for future events by staying at the official hotel. Staying within the block is also more convenient and helps you stay connected with the informal activities and networking opportunities that occur at these sites during the conference. If you are required to reserve a room through your company's travel department, please forward the booking link to them so that you can reserve a room in the Institute's room block.

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JW Marriott Austin
110 E 2nd Street
Austin, TX 78701

(512) 474-4777

Make your reservation online now or call 1 (800) 228-9290 or (512) 608-4458.

Location and Transportation

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is located 6.6 miles away, which is approximately 15-20 minutes by car.

  • Taxi service starts at an estimated $29 - $35, each way.

  • Ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft do service the airport.


Self-parking at the JW Marriott Austin is available for $51 daily.

Valet parking for guests is $69 daily.

Parking rates do not include tax.

Other Details

  • The check-in time at JW Marriott Austin is 3:00 pm and the check-out time is 11:00 am.

“The CIMA® designation not only helped me with my clients (advisors) but it opened new doors. I started being invited to investment committee meetings and included in due diligence calls. I was seen as the person who had the skill set to impact the conversation.”

John Smith