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PALTC23 Hotel Room Block

Rooms are going fast, so don't wait!

Rooms may sell out prior to the cut-off date. Rates cannot be guaranteed after the February 6 cut-off date.

All attendees who book a room in the PALTC23 hotel block will be entered into a drawing for prizes which include hotel room upgrades. Upgrade winners will be announced prior to the conference.

Why Should You Book in the Society’s Hotel Block?

In an effort to keep registration fees lower and support our host city of Tampa, the AMDA Board of Directors strongly encourages attendees to book within the official PALTC23 housing block. When you book your room with our official hotel reservation provider, SM Events Co, you can still earn all of your hotel loyalty points! And staying in the room block ensures you’re as close as possible to the Tampa Convention Center, where all the PALTC23 activities will be held.

Be where the action is. See a colleague in the lobby, meet a new friend in the elevator. The official conference hotels will be buzzing with all the latest news about the meeting – be a part of it!

For questions or assistance with your housing: contact PALTC23 Housing at

Reservation cutoff date is February 6, 2023.

There is a $25 cancellation fee to cancel your reservation at any time. Reservations cancelled less than 72 hours prior to arrival will forfeit the one night's room and tax deposit.

Be Aware of Housing Scammers

Please be aware of scams and room poaching from fraudulent housing/travel firms that unethically solicit their services. PALTC Housing does not conduct phone campaigns and all e-mails will come from

Room poaching
is carried out by third-party companies unaffiliated with PALTC23 that act as travel agencies, wholesalers or destination management companies to solicit for room reservations.

The poacher might suggest the hotel block is 'virtually sold out,' and if you don't book immediately, you won't get a room in the official block. They may use the PALTC23 color scheme or similar logos even though they are not officially sanctioned AMDA. Additional deceptive tactics include distributing forms or promotional materials that appear to be issued by AMDA.