31st Annual Veterinary Dental Forum


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The 2017 Veterinary Dental Forum will be held at The Omni Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee

The Omni Nashville Hotel is created specifically to be an authentic expression of the city's vibrant music culture. Across from the Music City Center, this downtown Nashville hotel is going to be a one-of-a-kind experience.

*Parking rates are subject to change

*Self Parking: $22 per day, Music City Center garage adjacent to the hotel with in/out privileges.
*Valet: $36 per day with in/out privileges.
**Our group will receive a 20% discount on valet parking.


Group rate: $224/234++ (single/double)

Check-in time is 4:00pm, check-out time is 12:00pm.

Online reservation instructions:


The Omni hotel is just 8 miles from the Nashville international airport. Taxi service is a flat rate of $25.00 from the airport.

Shuttle service is $20.00 per person.

MTA Bus: Travel to and from the Nashville International Airport and downtown Music City. For just $1.60, you can ride the Nashville MTA's route 18 Airport/Elm Hill Pike bus between the Nashville International Airport and Downtown Music City. Visit the MTA website or call (615) 862-5950 for more information on schedules and pickup locations.

Opportunities are endless in Nashville. It’s a city that vibrates to the beat of every kind of song. It harvests American music, Southern hospitality, unbelievable cuisine, and a boundless spectrum of nightlife and shopping.


Beware of
room block pirates!

Note: Exhibitors have reported being contacted by a company called Global Travel Partners. This is a scam service. Please refer to the information below and DO NOT book your reservations through this or any other company that calls you directly. We request that you contact VDF management if you have received a call from this or any other third-party room booking company.

Unofficial housing companies use various tactics to woo meeting attendees to book outside the official room block, which can result in VDF being required to pay costly attrition fees! Sham housing companies that contact attendees and exhibitors after meeting registration opens with fraudulent offerings of hotels rooms (sometimes at rates discounted from what’s posted on the meeting’s official website), requests for credit card information for previously made reservations, or pushes to book through them immediately. Typically the company claims that the meeting’s room block is nearly sold out but they can get the attendee a good rate at an overflow hotel or one outside the room block. These pirated rooms usually come with a large cancellation fee, so even if the attendee or exhibitor figures it out—or the association becomes aware of the scam—it can be too little, too late. VDF will let you know via the website if the room block is full and we will list alternative options for hotel reservations at that time.