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DENVER — The group of out-of-town Democratic Party officials piled into the small bathroom of the Embassy Suites hotel room on Thursday and watched as Todd Taylor took a scrap of tissue paper, dropped it into the toilet and flushed.

“Pretty good,” proclaimed Mr. Taylor, the executive director of the Utah Democratic Party. “But if you’re in a room any higher than the eighth floor, the flushing can be a problem.”

Despite the chuckles from his fellow Democrats, Mr. Taylor was serious about the toilet test because it might just determine where his delegation stays during the 2008 Democratic National Convention. After all, Utah delegates have complained about feeble hotel toilets in years past.

On Thursday, Mr. Taylor, joined by representatives from 16 other delegations and a gaggle of national Democratic officials, meticulously inspected the toilets, beds and conference facilities at an assortment of Denver hotels, kicking off their search for accommodations during the convention, which will be held next August.

“Even though this is my fourth convention, you still hold your breath and try not to be overwhelmed by the magnitude,” said Cameron Moody, deputy chief executive of operations for the Democratic National Convention Committee.

Mr. Moody is charged with arranging hotel rooms for the 5,200 delegates, alternates and state committee members. It is a daunting task that involves matching the needs of 56 delegations with the 22 hotels that have set aside rooms for them during the convention.

“Some of the delegations can be a little persnickety,” said Betty McElderry, a committee member from Oklahoma. “But the D.N.C is doing a good job,” she added, referring to the Democratic National Committee.

Unlike the Republican National Committee, which typically assigns hotels after comment from state parties, the Democratic committee has a more formal process by which delegations submit their top five choices.

Denver will offer discounted rates for delegates, from $128 to $279 per night, and some delegations will opt to go cheap. In 2004, the Wyoming Democratic delegation stayed in dormitories at Boston University, Mr. Moody said.

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321 17th Street
303-297-3111

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650 15th Street
303-436-

Westin Tabor Center Denver
1672 Lawrence St.
303-572-9100

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1881 Curtis Street
303-297-8888

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1701 California St.
303-297-1300

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1450 Glenarm Place
800-356-3584

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4849 Bannock Street
800-356-3584

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934 16th Street
303-571-1114

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200 W. 48th Ave.
303-296-4000

La Quinta Inn Denver
3500 Park Ave. W.
303-458-1222

Ramada Inn Denver
2601 Zuni Street
303-433-6677

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1975 Bryant Street
303-433-8331

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1000 Grant Street
303-830-1000

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7320 Pecos Street
303-429-3551

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2500 Arapahoe St.
303-295-6570

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303-331-0621

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7150 W. Colfax Ave.
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685 Speer Boulevard
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303-831-7700

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1100 14th Street
303-228-1100

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1600 17th Street
303-628-5400

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303-607-9000

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1550 Court Place
303-893-3333

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1750 Welton Street
303-295-1234

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1776 Grant Street
303-861-2000

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1612 Wazee Street
303-572-3300

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401 17th Street
303-296-0400

Comfort Inn Central
401 E. 58th Ave.
303-297-1717

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620 Federal Blvd.
303-571-1715

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36 E. 120th Ave.
303-457-0688

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1845 Sherman Street
303-864-8000

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4765 Federal Blvd.
303-433-8441

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345 W. 120th Ave.
303-252-9800

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15500 E. 40th Ave.
800-356-3584

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16250 E. 40th Ave.
303-371-0700

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6210 Tower Road
303-371-9300

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800-356-3584

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303-373-1500

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303-375-1105

Comfort Inn and Suites Northeast Denver
4685 Quebec Street
303-388-8100

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3203 Quebec Street
303-321-3333

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2147-51 Tremont Pl.
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But delegations are curious nonetheless about amenities like wireless Internet service, pools, workout rooms and shopping.

“How late does the bar stay open?” asked Caroline Valand, executive director of the North Carolina Democratic Party, as she strolled through the Denver Marriott South.

It was one of the more popular questions.

“After coming back to the hotel around 10, people want to sit around and talk about a great speech they might have heard, and maybe have a drink,” Ms. Valand explained. “Or two.”

Each delegation wants its first choice, of course, and in the past some would submit only one hotel to make their point, Mr. Moody said.

“Things usually end up sorting themselves out,” he said.

In case they do not, a lottery that was held in May will decide which delegation gets preference if two want the same hotel and there is not enough room. American Samoa, which is bringing a delegation of 13, is positioned to score a choice hotel because it gets the third pick in the lottery. Pennsylvania, by contrast, will bring a delegation of 206 but will pick 49th. (Utah has the first pick; Alaska the last.)

Though Mr. Moody said the national party committee played no favorites, some delegations seemed already resigned to an alternate choice.

“We’re a reasonably small state, and there’s no doubt our people would like to be in the thick of things, but that seems highly unlikely,” Mr. Taylor of Utah said.

Utah’s dream of a centrally located hotel could come true this time, however. Buttressing its chances are its lottery pick and the fact that a significant portion of the 7,000 rooms reserved for the delegations and their families are within walking distance of the convention site, the Pepsi Center. The others are clustered in two outlying areas, Stapleton and the Tech Center, both less than a 30-minute ride from the convention.

“We’re able to plan this convention in a way we couldn’t do in a larger city,” Mr. Moody said.

Such was not in the case in Boston in 2004, or especially in Los Angeles in 2000, when delegates were scattered pell-mell in surrounding suburbs.

After touring the Embassy Suites in Denver, party officials moved on to a Sheraton hotel and finally, the luxurious Denver Marriott Tech Center.

“This is probably too big for us,” said Trent Lutz, executive director of the Democratic Party of Oregon, gazing around at the hotel’s expansive lobby. The party will bring a delegation of 70.

But Betty Richie, a delegation representative from Texas, which will bring 260 members, liked what she saw. “Size is so important for Texas,” she said, “and this certainly seems large enough.”

Correction:

A picture caption yesterday with an article about hotel reservations for the 2008 Democratic National Convention misstated the affiliation of Tina Akintayo, who was shown checking the accommodations of a hotel in Denver.

She is the housing director for the Democratic National Convention Committee, not a representative of Denver Marriott South.

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