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The 2018 ATSA Conference hotel is the Hyatt Regency Vancouver 

655 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 2R7
Canada
Phone: +1 (604) 683-1234  or +1 (888) 591-1234

RESERVATIONS
The Hyatt Regency Vancouver has reserved a block of rooms for ATSA conference attendees. To ensure you receive the conference rate of $215.00 CAD, plus tax, you must reserve your room before September 21, 2018 (subject to availability). To reserve online visit The Hyatt Regency Vancouver's Conference Rate Reservation Link  

To reserve either rate by phone, please call Hyatt Regency Vancouver at  +1 (888) 591-1234 or  +1 (604) 683-1234 and identify that you are attending the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers’ (ATSA) conference. 

Please note: the prevailing government rate for 2018 exceeds the ATSA conference rate of $215.00 CAD. There will not be a government rate offered for either hotel. 

 

OVERFLOW HOTEL
Located just steps from the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, ATSA is pleased to announce that The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver has reserved a limited block of rooms for ATSA conference attendees. To ensure you receive the conference rate of $215.00 CAD, plus tax, you must reserve your room before September 21, 2018 (subject to availability). To reserve online visit The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver's Conference Rate Reservation Link  You can also reserve at The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver by calling +1 (866) 540-4452 and identify that you are attending the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers' (ATSA) Conference. 


TRANSPORTATION
The Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has information about the various transportation options to get you from the airport to downtown. There are no shuttle options available for the Hyatt Regency Vancouver or the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver  READ MORE

The Canada Line is an easy, affordable option to get downtown without having to sit in traffic.  READ MORE
for schedules, fares, and tips on how to ride. Compass Cards are reloadable, and work everywhere on transit in Metro Vancouver, so if you plan to use public transportation throughout your stay in Vancouver it may be worth the small investment!