The Hyatt Regency (151 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202) will provide the setting for most conference events, including all panels, the plenary and keynotes, and two evening receptions. Amenities include free internet access, an onsite restaurant, a fitness room, and an indoor heated saline pool.
Make your reservations here by no later than February 28, 2024 to insure your access and secure the group rate of $175 (+ tax) per night.
Getting to Cincinnati should be very easy for those in the Midwest who plan to drive. Located on the banks of the Ohio River, the city is within
- 100 miles of Columbus, Indianapolis, Lexington, and Louisville
- 150 miles of Athens, Bloomington, Huntington, and Muncie
- 200 miles of West Lafayette
- 250 miles of Ann Arbor, Champaign, Cleveland, Knoxville, and South Bend
- 300 miles of Chicago, Nashville, and Pittsburgh
Although valet parking is available at the Hyatt Regency, there are many garages located within easy walking distance of the hotel, with rates as low as $12 or as high as $21 per night. See the visit cincy website for more information and parking maps.
For those who will fly, Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is about 20 minutes south of Cincinnati by car, cab, or rideshare. It is also just about half an hour to the city on the 2X-Airporter bus, operated by TANK, which makes its only downtown stop just steps from the conference hotel. Bus fare is currently $1.50 one-way, and the Airporter runs every half hour from early morning to late evening.
CVG is served by carriers including Allegiant, American, Breeze, British Airways, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, and United. It has domestic nonstop service from Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Providence, Richmond, Salt Lake City, and Washington, DC, among others, as well as international nonstop service from Paris, London, and Toronto.