Accommodations & City of Phoenix

Hyatt Regency Phoenix

122 North Second Street
Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 
Tel:  +1 602 252 1234  
Fax: +1 602 254 9472

Attendees are responsible for making their own room reservations by July 11.

$114/night + tax (includes free in-room internet and $14/day discounted self-parking)


Billions of dollars of development—including a dining-and-entertainment district, two new hotels and a beautiful downtown campus for Arizona State University—has lured hot chefs, young artists and independent retailers to Phoenix’s city center. Even with all of the growth, downtown Phoenix is still compact and walkable—the absolute opposite of sprawl—and it’s packed with more stuff to do than ever. It’s where you’ll find nightlife, theaters, museums, pro sports venues, a public market, and neighborhoods-within neighborhoods such as Roosevelt Row. 
Downtown Dining 
  • More than 60 new restaurants have opened in the city’s core since the completion of the Phoenix Convention Center. 
  • More than 50 restaurants are within a short stroll of the convention center, including Arrogant Butcher, Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails, Breakfast Club and Fuego CityScape. 
  • Nearly 150 eateries now hug the light-rail line. 
  • Food Network has featured downtown favorites such as Pizzeria Bianco, as well as Matt’s Big Breakfast

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