The 2014 ATSA Conference hotel is the:
Manchester Grand Hyatt
1 Market Place
San Diego, California 92101
Phone: (619) 232-1234
The Manchester Grand Hyatt has reserved a block of rooms for ATSA conference attendees and exhibitors. To ensure you receive the conference rate of $199.00, plus tax, you must reserve your room before September 24, 2014 (subject to availability). It is strongly suggested that you reserve online. To reserve online visit the Manchester Grand Hyatt’s reservation website. To reserve by phone, please call the Manchester Grand Hyatt at (619) 232-1234 and identify that you are attending the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers’ (ATSA) conference.
Government rate: At this time, the federal government per diem rates for 2014 have not been set. Until the per diem rates are released in late August, all federal government reservations will be made at the current per diem rate of $139 per night. Government rates are based on availability, and can be reserved directly on the Passkey website. It is possible that the updated per diem rate will be different than the current rate. If this is the case, then your reservation will be automatically updated to the new per diem rate. Federal Government rate guests are required to show ID at the front desk of the Manchester Grand Hyatt upon check-in to confirm that they are eligible to receive the per diem rate. You must reserve your room before September 24, 2014 (subject to availability). It is strongly suggested that you reserve online. To reserve online visit the Manchester Grand Hyatt’s reservation website
We look forward to welcoming you to conference 2014.
In case there are ongoing concerns regarding the Manchester Grand’s business practices regarding the previous boycott by the LGBT community the hotel has provided this message.
On March 17, 2011 the Manchester Grand Hyatt was sold to Host Hotels and Resorts (http://www.hosthotels.com/ourCompany.asp), one of the premier leading hospitality real estate companies. Host Hotels and Resorts and Hyatt are very supportive of the GLBT community
With the selling of the hotel to Host Hotels and Resorts, the boycott that was directed toward Mr. Manchester as the former owner and his personal beliefs, which does not mirror Hyatt or Host beliefs, has officially ended.
We continue to be welcomed by the GLBT community including being invited back as a TAG Certified or Gay Friendly Hotel. Hyatt was also awarded the 2013 Best Places to Work for GLBT associates by The Human Rights Campaign for the ninth consecutive year in addition to being awarded one of the best companies to work for in San Diego County.
The Manchester Grand Hyatt will continue to welcome diverse communities and interest holders – including the GLBT community – in San Diego and beyond. We understand your desire to do business with companies that share your values and it is our sincere hope that our record on diversity and the fairness with which we treat our employees will be judged on its merits and not on the actions of prior ownership.