storage space at meeting (wardrobe)?

Alexandre Petrescu <alexandre.petrescu@gmail.com> Sun, 03 April 2016 15:53 UTC

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Hi, IETFers in Buenos Aires,

I stay at another hotel, and I think it is good to have storage space at 
the meeting for carry-on items, or a wardrobe for coats.

Hilton provides such but only for guests.  Does Hilton delegate such 
service to IETF?

Such storage space is good for things like:
- wet coat
- umbrella
- scooter

Alex