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Official Hotel:
Grand Hyatt, Washington D.C.

Hotel Reservations:
All hotel reservations for ROCH 2017 are made via this form. Guest rooms are reserved for ROCH 2017 at the Grand Hyatt Washington, Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. and the Renaissance Washington D.C. Downtown Hotel.

Costs:
Hotel: United Spinal pays the room and tax charges for ROCH for the following nights: June 11, 12, and 13, 2017. Attendees are responsible for any incidental charges (internet, movies, room service, etc.) and will be required to provide a credit card at check in.

Deadline:

The deadline to register for ROCH 2017 and make hotel reservations is April 18, 2017.

Accessible Rooms

All accessible rooms at the Grand Hyatt Washington, Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. and the Renaissance Washington D.C. are reserved for ROCH attendees and cannot be reserved by calling the hotels directly. These hotels offer many accessible rooms; however, please keep in mind there is a fixed quantity of each type. Accessible rooms will be assigned based on the needs of each attendee as well as in the order reservations are received. If you will need an accessible room for your stay you are strongly encouraged to complete your hotel reservation early.

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

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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