June 20-22, 2022
    Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, AZ
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The ABA block at the Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, is now full and the group rate is no longer available.

As of May 19, all waitlist requests will be fulfilled. If you haven’t already heard from Meetings and Planning Coordinator, María Rodríguez, please reach out to her at maria@bookweb.org.

Please also contact her if you need to cancel rather than contacting the hotel.

Changes to existing reservations should be made directly with the hotel.



Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort
2400 E Missouri Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85016

The booking link and code is now available to registered attendees (you must be signed in to view it). The nightly group rate is $145 plus tax, plus a daily $3 per room attendant fee, and is available three days pre- and post-Ci10 upon availability. This discounted price is for conference registrants only. If additional rooms are booked without accompanying registration, those rooms will be canceled. This extraordinary rate includes the resort fee, two bottles of water in each guest room refreshed daily, and complimentary guest room wifi. Guests can enjoy the complimentary fitness center, a 10% discount on Biltmore Spa services, swimming, pickleball, tennis, and complimentary use of the 18-hole putting course on the property. Guests can also book a Legendary History Tour to learn more about this iconic resort.


Arizona Biltmore Resort Map

Travel from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX):
Reservations can be made on the SuperShuttle website or on the app. Enter discount code KHC6Y or click here for a 5% discount (approximately $20 per person). Uber and Lyft will cost approximately $25.
Parking at the Arizona Biltmore:
The hotel offers self-parking and valet parking currently at $23 a day and $30 a day, respectively.



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