Hotel and Travel

Golden Gate Bridge tower with San Francisco’s skyline in background. (San Francisco Travel Association)

The 2022 Annual Meeting will be held in San Francisco, CA, from January 5–8 at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. The Meeting will kick off on Wednesday, January 5th with the Public Lecture and Opening Night Reception.  Academic sessions will begin on Thursday, January 6th and will conclude on Saturday, January 8th. Discounted hotel rooms are available from Monday, January 4th through Monday, January 11th. Reservations can be made through the links below or by calling 1-800-HILTONS and using code AIA or SCS to make your reservation.

Hilton San Francisco Union Square
The Hilton San Francisco Union Square is the official hotel for the 2021 Annual Meeting and will host the exhibit hall, all academic sessions, the opening night reception, and most related events. The discounted group rate is $169 per night (plus applicable taxes). Make your reservation at https://book.passkey.com/go/2022AIASCShilton

Hilton Parc 55 San Francisco
Additional rooms are available at the Parc 55 which is located just across the street from the main hotel. A limited number of rooms are available for the discounted rate of $159 per night (plus applicable taxes) . Reservations must be made by October 31st to secure this rate. Make your reservation at https://book.passkey.com/go/2022AIASCSparc55.


Why is it important to book at our official Annual Meeting Hotels?
The AIA and SCS are proud to have produced the Annual Meeting for our professional members for the past 120 years. Financially, we are able to do this by reserving a large block of rooms with a hotel. In exchange, these hotels offer our attendees the guaranteed lowest group rate at the hotel and provide us with complimentary meeting space to hold the meeting. But if we are unable to meet our guaranteed minimum number of registered guests, then the AIA and SCS will have to pay for the unused rooms as well as room rental for the meeting space, which can amount to a severe financial penalty. We request your support by booking within our reserved blocks and helping us continue to produce this meeting for the next 100 years.

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