Roch Registration & Hotel Reservation

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Roch Registration & Hotel Reservation2018-02-04T00:43:39+00:00

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Host Hotel: Capital Hilton, Washington DC

→ Costs:
Upon submission of this form you will be taken to a secure payment form where you can transact the $150.00 registration fee.

→ Hotel Information:
All meetings will take place at the Capital Hilton (Host Hotel). While we have a small room block at the Host Hotel with both standard and accessible rooms, there is a fixed quantity of accessible rooms available.

All ROCH Attendees will be reserved for arrival/check-in on Sunday, June 24, 2018 and departure/check-out on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. United Spinal will cover room and tax for the nights of Sunday, June 24, Monday, June 25 and Tuesday, June 26 including accommodations for a PCA (when sharing hotel accommodations). For those planning an extended stay, rates range from $249-$319 a night, plus tax.

This year, we needed to utilize 6 additional properties in order to accommodate everyone. We realize, most attendees prefer to stay at the host hotel, but please keep in mind we have a very limited number of accessible rooms at the host hotel.
All hotel reservations for ROCH 2018 are made via this form. Accessible rooms CANNOT be reserved by calling the hotel directly. Accessible rooms will be assigned based on the needs of each attendee.

→ Deadline:
The deadline to register for ROCH 2018 and make hotel reservations is March 30, 2018.

2018 Roll On Capitol Hill FAQ (PDF)

Roll On Capitol Hill Registration & Reservation

Upon submission of this form you will be taken to a secure payment form where you can transact the $150.00 registration fee.


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