The sleeping room block at the Hilton has expired. Here is a list of Nearby Hotels, however, APHL does not have any special or discounted rates with any of them. All are wtihin a 10 minute walk of the Huntington Convention Center.​

The APHL 2022 headquarters hotel is the Hilton Cleveland Downtown Hotel. It is connected to the Huntington Convention Center, the location of the conference. It is within easy walking distance of restaurants, shops, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Lake Erie waterfront. There is a light rail that runs between the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Tower City, the former train station. This is a short three block walk from the Hilton.

APHL has negotiated a discounted room rate of $189.00 plus tax per night (single/double). There are a very limited number of federal per diem rooms ($137.00). Reservations are available on a first come, first served basis and are valid until April 25, 2022 or until the block is filled. This block may fill up quickly so be sure to make your reservation early. These rates are available three days before 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 4:00pm and check-out is 11:00am.

Hilton Cleveland Downtown Hotel
 ​​(headquarters hotel)

You may make a reservation online by clicking on one of these links – conference rate​ or per diem rate.​ You may also make a reservation by calling 800.445.8667 and mentioning "APHL22" to receive the conference rate and "APHLG" to receive the per diem rate. 

100 Lakeside Ave. East
Cleveland, OH 44114


BOGUS Hotel Emails

There are bogus emails going out to exhibitors and attendees advertising hotel opportunities for the APHL 2022 in Cleveland, OH next May. 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.