Travel Accommodations

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Housing is Now Open 

To save attendees time and money, AASLD negotiated the best rates with hotels near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for The Liver Meeting® 2022. AASLD strongly encourages all attendees to book through the preferred housing providers. Members, speakers, and those with access to Preferred Housing are now eligible to book their accommodations.

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Housing Information

Individual Reservations 

Individuals can book online at onPeak.com/AASLD. Attendees may also speak to an onPeak agent by calling 1-888-254-0939 or 1-312-527-7300. 

Domestic or Exhibitor Groups 

Domestic groups, Exhibitors, and International Groups not requiring hotel package rates should contact Brad Finkbeiner at brad.finkbeiner@onpeak.com.  

International Groups 

International Groups or Travel Agents requiring hotel package rates that include room, breakfast, porterage, taxes, gratuities, multilingual customer service assistance, or Visa assistance should contact AASLD International Group Housing (AASLD IGH) via their website aasld-igh.org, or via email at info@aasld-igh.org.  

Group Housing

For groups who need 25+ rooms, Group Housing is now open for The Liver Meeting® 2022. To secure Group Housing, please complete the form. This housing form will assist onPeak, the official housing partner of AASLD, with hotel requests for The Liver Meeting®. If you have any questions about the request process, please contact onPeak at aasld@onpeak.com.

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Registration and Housing Warning

Do NOT Be Fooled by Scammers  

Avoid Google and other search engines. Get information directly from the official The Liver Meeting® site. Scammers pay to position ads at the top of your search results, including fraudulent sites that use the AASLD name and meeting details. 

Book and confirm your registration / housing with AASLD. Always go directly to The Liver Meeting® site and look for the Official Housing Provider badge. Third-party companies often illegally represent themselves as travel agencies, soliciting attendees and exhibitors, and offer to assist with hotel reservations.  

Ignore and delete phishing emails. These emails pose as AASLD and try to entice you to disclose personal information, such as your username, password, or bank account details.  

Ignore and delete spoofing emails. These emails use an altered email address as the sender to hide the true origin or make their emails look legitimate and lure you into clicking on links or downloading attachments. There should always be a legitimate phone number and method of contact.  

Travel Note

U.S. Residents: Please review the Real ID Act regarding boarding federally regulated commercial aircrafts. Depending on your state of residence, you may need to provide a second form of identification at the airport.