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Venue & Hotels

The Conference technical program will be conducted at the Oregon Convention Center (OCC) and room blocks will be available at the adjacent Hyatt Regency Portland and nearby  Hotel Eastlund.

The OCC is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Platinum certified facility and has held a long-standing leadership role in green building and environmental responsible business practices. It is the only convention center in the United States to earn a Level 4 APEX/ASTM certification, standards specifically created for green meetings and events. The OCC focuses on energy reduction, diverting materials away from landfills, watershed stewardship, indoor air quality, sustainable purchasing, and expanding community engagement.

Conference Hotels & Reservation Information

Links to online reservations for both hotels will be added to this page in late September 2019.

Be sure to obtain a registration confirmation number and to inquire about the hotel's cancellation and early check-out policies.

Note: The Chlorinated Conference only has group rate agreements with the Hyatt Regency Portland and Hotel Eastlund. We have not partnered with any travel agency or third-party for travel/hotel discounts. If you receive a call or an email offering assistance in making or changing hotel reservations, we advise caution. The Chlorinated 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. Please use only the reservation links provided on this page below (available in September 2019) to make hotel reservations.

Hyatt Regency PortlandHotel Eastlund

Address

 

375 NE Holladay St., Portland, OR 97232 (steps away from the Convention Center)

 

 

1021 NE Grand Ave., Portland, OR 97232 (across from the Convention Center)

 

Group Rate

$212/night + taxes/fees (single)

$199/night + taxes/fees (single)

Group Rate Expiration

May 15, 2020, unless the block sells out before that date.

 

May 8, 2020, unless the block sells out before that date.

 

Phone Reservations

Available in late September 2019.

If you are making a reservation by phone, mention that you are attending the "Battelle Chlorinated Conference" to qualify for the group rate.

Available in late September 2019.

If you are making a reservation by phone, mention that you are attending the "Battelle Chlorinated Conference" to qualify for the group rate.

Group Rate Reservation Links

Available in late September 2019.

Available in late September 2019.

Government Rate Reservation Links *

Available in late September 2019.

*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. Government ID will be required at check-in.

Available in late September 2019.

*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. Government ID will be required at check-in.

Portland & Surroundings

Within easy walking distance of the Convention Center, you will find restaurants, shops, and attractions in Portland’s Lloyd District, home to the Moda Center, where sporting events, concerts, and other major gatherings take place. Catch a hockey game at Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum or make a stop by the Lloyd Center Ice Rink for a spin on the ice in your free time. Unique sports bars and microbreweries populate this section of the city. 

Hop on the city’s public transportation system, TriMet, to visit any one of Portland’s unique neighborhood districts to fit your interests. Stay busy shopping and browsing in the Alberta Arts District, full of galleries and shops, or Old Town Chinatown, Portland’s original downtown, now home to unique shops, eateries, and gardens.

If a slower pace is more your style, visit the St. John’s District and picnic in Cathedral Park or stroll through the Nob Hill District to view the Victorian homes or take a hike in the adjoining Forest Park. 

With more than 200 parks within the city limits, be sure to find a tranquil spot to relax. Stop and smell the roses at the International Rose Test Garden in Washington Park where more than 10,000 rose bushes in hundreds of varieties can be seen or stop by Hoyt Arboretum, the largest in the country, where you can see 1,000+ species of trees and shrubs. With no shortage of indoor and outdoor activities, you are are sure to find something to enjoy  while visiting Portland. Travelportland.com