Venue & Hotels
All Conference events will be held at the Palm Springs Convention Center (PSCC) (277 North Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs, CA 92262) and adjoining Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel (888 East Tahquitz Canyon Way). Room blocks with group rates will be available at the Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel and the Hilton Palm Springs Hotel (400 East Tahquitz Canyon Way).
Conference Hotels & Reservation Information
Be sure to obtain a registration confirmation number and to inquire about the hotel's cancellation and early check-out policies.
CAUTION: The Chlorinated Conference does not have group rate agreements with any properties save for the Renaissance Palm Springs and the Hilton Palm Springs nor have we partnered with any travel agency or third-party for travel/hotel discounts. If you receive a call or email offering assistance in making hotel reservations or changing existing reservations, we advise caution. The Conference has no agreement with any organization to contact participants and offer reservation assistance, nor have we provided contact information to anyone for this purpose.
|Address||888 East Tahquitz Canyon Way (connected to Convention Center)||400 East Tahquitz Canyon Way (1 block away from Convention Center)|
|Group Rate||$219/night + tax (single) Rate available May 19-28, 2022.||$215/night + tax* (single or double) *requires one night room/tax deposit|
|Group Rate Expiration||May 5, 2022 Unless the block sells out before that date.||April 21, 2022 Unless the block sells out before that date.|
|Group Rate Link||Renaissance Group Rate||Hilton Group Rate|
|Government Rate Links*||Renaissance Government Rate|
*A percentage of rooms will be available at the prevailing U.S. Government per diem rate (plus tax) for U.S. federal, state and local government employees. The rate is not valid for government contractors. Government ID required at check-in.
Palm Springs & Surroundings
Within easy walking distance of the Convention Center, you will find restaurants, shops, and attractions such as Village Fest, a street fair held every Thursday evening. The downtown area displays the mid-century modern architecture the city is famous
for, and the street names recall its roots as a getaway spot for the stars of Old Hollywood.
Just minutes from downtown, you can take the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway 2,643 feet up to Mount St. Jacinto State Park, where extensive hiking trails branch out in all directions. Explore the terrain of the Greater Palm Springs area by bike, Jeep, or hot air balloon. Visit Joshua Tree National Park, where two distinct desert ecosystems—the Mojave and the Colorado—come together, and the canyons of the San Andreas Fault await you. Learn more at www.visitpalmsprings.com.