All attendee hotel reservations at the Hyatt and Sheraton have been canceled and guests should receive a confirmation message to the email address they provided at the time of booking.

Hyatt Regency – Denver at Colorado Convention Center (AAG co-headquarter hotel)

650 15th Street, Denver, Colorado 80202 | (303) 436-1234

Room Standard Concierge
Single $197 $247
Double $197 $247
Triple $222 $272 
 Quad $247


Annual Meeting block rates expire March 13, 2020. 

Hyatt Green Policies

The Hyatt Regency is working towards sustainability goals by reducing energy and water use, recycling, and preventing food waste. A select few of the Green Policies at the Denver Hyatt Regency are below:

  • Single stream recycling system for cardboard, paper, aluminum cans, newspapers, magazines and glass bottles
  • Recycle bins placed in all guest rooms
  • Recycle bins strategically placed around public spaces of hotel including meeting spaces, restaurants, and bars
  • Guest room amenities such as shampoos and soaps are donated to local shelters
  • Linen program in which guest room linen is changed during a guest stay upon request (or on the third day)
  • Biodegradable food service items are used for carry-out food orders
  • Composting of all left over food products within staff cafeteria, banquets, and kitchen

  • Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
    (AAG co-headquarter hotel)

    1550 Court Place, Denver, CO 80202 | (303) 893-3333

    Room Standard
    Single $195
    Double $195

    NOTE: If you are a Marriott Rewards member (or interested in joining), you will earn 3x Marriott Bonvoy points on your stay at the Sheraton Denver Downtown.

    Annual Meeting block rates expire March 13, 2020. 

    Sheraton Green Policies

    The Sheraton is pursuing a triple-bottom-line approach to sustainability and responsible behavior. A few of the Sheraton Downtown Denver's initiatives are:

  • Partnership with Make-A-Wish, Colorado ProStart, Children’s Miracle Network- Children’s Hospital Colorado, Habitat for Humanity, and other local organizations.  As a hotel had 1,0333 collective hours of volunteer events and opportunities. 
  • Composting of all food waste from banquet events, kitchen preparations and associate cafeteria, with an average of 546,000 pounds of food composted each year
  • Elimination of Styrofoam from entire hotel and introduction to compostable containers
  • Wines on tap to reduce use of bottles in our venues
  • Through renovation in 2009 Sheraton reduced energy consumed by 1,194,815 kwh, diverting 679 tons of Co2 from the atmosphere
  • The AAG Hotel Block

    For each Annual Meeting, the AAG works diligently to reserve the accommodations and space we need for our 8,500 attendees and 1,700 sessions.  

    When a venue is secured for our meeting, the AAG contracts a number of guest rooms at one or more hotels. In order to acquire the meeting and event space we need for our sessions, exhibits and receptions, we partner with hotels to bring them revenue in the form of booked hotel room nights. 

    In making our agreements with our Annual Meeting hotel partners, we receive access to meeting and special event space that we can then use to further our mission of education, engagement, and community among geographers. Without our efforts to book and fill the hotel blocks, the meeting space rental fees would be extremely costly, making the Annual Meeting much more expensive.

    Our Annual Meeting hotels are safe, reputable, and centrally located properties in interesting and dynamic cities. The rates at these hotels are negotiated on behalf of attendees to be lower, more equitable, and more predictable over time than the regular rates offered to non-conference attendees. 

    Without the support of attendees like you staying in the discounted hotel blocks, our fees and prices would need to drastically change to afford those added costs. These price changes would mean that registration fees and membership dues could rise. The ability of AAG to offer meeting space and materials at little to no charge would disappear and members would get less support when needed. 

    AAG staff work tirelessly to find the best prices for its members and for the association by working with various partners in interesting and exciting cities. Please consider staying in the AAG hotel block.


    Hotel Reservation Scam Information

    Please make your hotel reservation directly with the the hotels using the information provided above.  Please do not give your credit card information or make any reservations with any other housing bureau, housing company or convention housing appearing to represent AAG. These companies, frequently based out of Las Vegas and going by names such as Exposition Housing, Expo Housing Group, Convention Housing, et. al, appear to offer lower rates for hotel rooms and are a scam. We are not able to verify the authenticity of such companies, and will not be able to provide resolution to issues related to such reservations.