Welcome to Phoenix — America’s sunniest metropolis and the cosmopolitan heart of Arizona.
We look forward to you visiting our city for the AASL 18th National Conference & Exhibition, November 9-11, 2017.
On this page you’ll find several resources to help you make the most of your visit, from tips about transportation to suggestions for things to do.
To register for conference, book your accommodations, and find out more about conference programming and events, click here.
In Phoenix, you can expect a meeting experience defined by desert beauty, urban sophistication and year-round sunny weather.
From arts and culture, to dining and nightlife, pro sports and more, we highlight what to do in the city's urban core.
Bite Magazine takes us to this downtown hotspot with more than 100 cocktails on the menu, ranging from adventurous to classics.
Rent a Grid Bike and pedal off on a two-wheel tour of Central Phoenix's arts and culture scene.
Central Avenue's dining scene is brimming with restaurants, some of which have recently opened and others that are well-trenched in dining success.
Who needs a car when a ‘conveyor belt’ can transport you between Central Phoenix dining and drinks?
Ariel Bracamonte’s passion project—a retro arcade bar—is a game changer for downtown Phoenix’s nightlife scene.
Coffee, cycling and community come together at this downtown gathering spot.
It's a neighborhood mainstay for when you absolutely, positively have to have a chicken biscuit and a boulevardier after midnight.
CityScape is home to dining and entertainment such as Stand Up Live comedy club, Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails, Lucky Strike bowling and more.
Got questions while you're downtown? Keep an eye out for the orange-clad Downtown Ambassadors, or stop into our Visitor Information Center, located at the Phoenix Convention Center's West Building, right across the street from the Hyatt Regency. Click below to download a PDF map of Downtown Phoenix hotels.
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