Hotel Information

Hilton Omaha Hotel​ ​(headquarters hotel)

The 2024 APHL NBS Symposium headquarters hotel is the Hilton Omaha Hotel. It is across the street from the CHI Health Center convention center, the location of the symposium. It is within easy walking distance of restaurants and shops.

APHL has negotiated a discounted room rate of $179.00 plus tax per night (single/double) at the Hilton Omaha.  It offers a limited number of federal per diem rooms at the prevailing rate  (currently $115.00). Keep in mind that this per diem rate may change on October 1st. Reservations are available on a first come, first served basis and are valid until September 18 or until the blocks are filled. This block may fill up quickly so be sure to make your reservation early. 

You may make a reservation online by clicking on this link. To get the conference rate click on "Attendee" in the drop down list, then "Make Reservation". For the per diem rate, click on "I have an access code" in the drop down list then insert "APHLGOV", then "Make Reservation". You can then search for your preferred dates. You may also make a reservation by calling the Hilton at 402.998.3400 and providing one of these codes - conference - "SRP APHL", per diem - "SRP APHL1".  These rates are available three days before and after the conference based on availability. One night's deposit is due when making a reservation but is refundable providing your cancellation is made more than 48 hours before check-in. There is a fee for early departure. Check-in is 3:00pm and check-out is 11:00a​m. 

There is a daily incidental fee of $30 per day. The full amount is held against your credit card when you check-in and, if you don't charge anything to your sleeping room, is released once you check-out.

1001 Cass St.
Omaha, NE 68102


BOGUS Hotel Emails

There are bogus emails going out to exhibitors and attendees advertising hotel opportunities for this symposium. These are SCAMS and should be ignored. They are not affiliated with APHL. Any official hotel information will either come from APHL's Terry Reamer via email or will be posted on this conference website. Don't be fooled.​