September 6-8, 2017 | Hyatt Regency Chicago | Chicago, Illinois

The world's best food. The world's best museums. Architecture that awes. And enough shopping for days. Find it all in Chicago.

At this extraordinary travel destination, you'll enjoy luxurious accommodations, world-class restaurants, and plenty of activities to fill your off time, with incredible shopping, world-renowned museums and outstanding entertainment all within walking distance of the meeting hotel.

Meeting Site

The ASCP 2017 Annual Meeting is being held at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, a premier destination hotel located in downtown Chicago. Book through the link below to take advantage of ASCP's discounted rate of $229/night, and enjoy savings of over 30% off regular rates.

Discounted rooms are limited; book early to reserve your spot.

The deadline to complete your reservation for housing for the 2017 Annual Meeting is July 31, 2017.


Experience the urban sophistication of the ASCP 2017 Annual Meeting in a premier downtown Chicago hotel. Set within the center of the Windy City, the AAA Four Diamond Hyatt Regency Chicago is connected to the Illinois Center and steps away from Navy Pier and the Magnificent Mile. Explore iconic attractions surrounding the hotel like Millennium Park and the beauty of Lake Michigan. This is the place to connect, convene and celebrate in true Chicago fashion. The Hyatt Regency Chicago and the surrounding downtown area offer plenty of activities to enjoy while you network with the entire diagnostic medicine team. Join us for convenient access to this year's meeting and plenty of opportunities to relax and enjoy your free time!

Deposit: A credit card guarantee will be requested to hold your reservation.
Cancellation Policy: Reservations must be cancelled (72) hours prior to arrival.


All Around Chicago

WELCOME TO CHICAGO!

A city built on the shores of greatness. A city where the skyscraper was born. Your kind of town. The ASCP 2017 Annual Meeting is being held at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, a premier destination hotel located in downtown Chicago.

At this extraordinary travel destination, you’ll enjoy luxurious accommodations, world–class restaurants, and plenty of activities to fill your off time, with incredible shopping, world–renowned museums and outstanding entertainment, all within walking distance of the meeting hotel.

With great late–summer weather, architecture that awes, and events everywhere, including live music, theatre and comedy every night — early September in Chicago buzzes with energy and excitement.

You’ll find it all in Chicago.

Come join us.


Attractions within Walking Distance

Art Institute of Chicago – Don’t miss this world class museum renowned for its collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings in the heart of Downtown Chicago.
http://www.artic.edu/

Chicago Architectural Foundation River Tours – A must see on your visit to Chicago, discover all three branches of the Chicago River with your guide, an expert in architecture. Enjoy the best vantage point to admire the distinct city skyline and world renowned architecture. www.architecture.org

Chicago Riverwalk – Hugging the east-west Upper Wacker Drive, the newest section of this prime public space offers a rare chance to get close to the Chicago River.  The three-block stretch that opened last year between State and LaSalle has an array of amenities, including City Winery. www.chicagoriverwalk.us

John Hancock Center – Located at the north end of the Magnificent Mile, the John Hancock’s observatory on the 94th floor offers stunning, 360 degree views of the city, from the sandy beaches to the north, south to Hyde Park. Another option is to enjoy the views while relaxing at the Signature Lounge on the 95th floor. www.johnhancockcenterchicago.com

Michigan Avenue and the Magnificent Mile – Michigan Avenue is probably one of the most attractive boulevards in America. The famed Magnificent Mile begins north of the Chicago River, with numerous galleries and boutiques, along with the John Hancock Center, Wrigley Building, and Tribune Tower. www.themagnificentmile.com/?url=/

Millennium Park – A lively, spectacular gathering spot, the park is home to the Frank Gehry-designed Pritzker Pavilion, the interactive Crown Fountain, the spectacular Lurie Garden, and the Cloud Gate sculpture. www.millenniumpark.org.

Navy Pier – Enjoy lake and river cruises departing from Navy Pier's South Dock. Don’t miss the new Ferris wheel, the Winter Garden botanical garden, and the Chicago Children’s Museum. https://navypier.com/


Just a Short Taxi Ride Away

Lincoln Park Zoo – Located within Lincoln Park just minutes north of Chicago’s Downtown, the zoo has been a natural, free oasis for generations of animal lovers. It is one of the nation's oldest zoos housing 1200 animals representing 230 species and includes a children's zoo, carousel and paddle boats. www.lpzoo.org.  

Museum of Science and Industry – At the north end of Jackson Park is the Museum of Science and Industry, arguably the most impressive museum in Chicago. Devoted to the application of natural laws in technological and industrial development, the museum’s "hands-on" exhibits are a delight to children and adults alike. Show Illinois ID to enter the museum for free during Free Days on September 5-8. 

Second City – Known for its many famous alums, this storied venue hosts popular sketch shows every night. Since its debut, the Second City has been a starting point for comedians, award winning actors, directors, and others in show business such as Bill MurrayTina FeyAmy Poehler, and Stephen Colbert. www.secondcity.com  

Willis Tower Skydeck. If this is your first visit to Chicago, this is a must-see!  The view from here is incredible. On a clear day you can see 40 to 50 miles over four states, and gain a bird's eye view of Chicago's impressive architecture. Don’t miss the Ledge, a glass balcony extending four feet outside of the 103rd floor of Willis Tower. www.theskydeck.com.