BRAZILIAN NEUROSURGERY AT MARC - 2020
SAVE THE DATE
MIAMI, FL - USA
Faculty and Labs: M.A.R.C. Institute
8850 NW 20th St. Doral, Florida 33172-2602, US
Hotel reservations are separate from the course registration and are the responsibility of the participant. Rooms have been blocked for attendees at the following hotel:
TRUMP NATIONAL DORAL MIAMI
4400 NW 87th Avenue Miami, FL. 33178 - T: 305.591.6637
Visit the hotel link at https://www.trumphotels.com/miami to reserve your room online or call the hotel directly at T: 305.591.6637 or e-mail: and ask for the BRNEURO Course at MARC in November 9-13.
The Hotel - TRUMP NATIONAL DORAL MIAMI
Doral's legendary golf resort was instantly iconic when it opened in the 1960s, frequented by celebrities and moguls of the game. More than 50 years later, Trump National Doral Miami offers a new generation of style, service, and exclusivity infused with the Trump standard of excellence.
Tee it up on any of our four championship golf courses, including the legendary Blue Monster, or embark on a rejuvenating journey at our luxurious 48,000 sq. ft. spa.
The prestigious 800-acre resort features villa-style accommodations, exclusive Spa suites, brand new Har-Tru tennis courts, our Royal Palm Pool with 18 private cabanas and a 125 foot slide, and several luxury event venueoptions, like the 24,079 sq. ft. Donald J. Trump Grand Ballroom.
At heart of our Doral, Florida hotel, sits the prominent clubhouse featuring the highly acclaimed BLT Prime, Champions Bar & Grill, event and social spaces, health club, retail options, and one of the country's largest golf pro shops.
To register go to site: or contact Mr. Oliveira, Rômulo at +55 83 991003140 or
In case of cancellation, a $500 cancellation fee will be deducted from your refund. Written notification of your cancellation is required in order to process your refund.
NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER OCTOBER 10.
Have Your Family Vacation in Miami
Miami never sleep
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