Hotels & Travel

Entomology 2024 will take place at the Phoenix Convention Center - North Building (PCC) in Phoenix, Arizona. Situated in the heart of downtown Phoenix, the PCC is easily accessible by car, light rail, and other forms of transportation. It's also close to hotels, restaurants, and other attractions. With its wide range of facilities, commitment to sustainability, and focus on art and culture, it offers a unique and memorable experience for attendees. 



Sheraton Grand Phoenix (headquarters hotel) $235 Single/Double
$245 Triple
$255 Quad
Hyatt Regency Phoenix $241 Single/Double
$251 Triple
$261 Quad
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel $239 Single/Double
$249 Triple
$259 Quad
Residence Inn Marriott Downtown

$245 Single/Double/Triple/Quad

Courtyard Marriott Phoenix $235 Single/Double/Triple/Quad
Springhill Suites Phoenix Downtown $197 Single/Double/Triple/Quad 
Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Phoenix $219 Single/Double/Triple/Quad


The Entomological Society of America (ESA) is committed to fostering an inclusive environment at its Annual Meeting, ensuring accessibility for all attendees, speakers, and guests.

Accessibility at the Annual Meeting

International Attendees

International attendees planning to attend Entomology 2024 may need to obtain a Visa for travel into the United States.

Find out more and request a letter of invitation


Onsite Food Options at Entomology 2024


The Phoenix Convention Center offers on-site parking at an average of $20 per day. 

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Tours and Ticketed Events

Travel and Ground Transportation

All attendees should fly into the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX). 

Phoenix offers public transportation to the downtown area from the Phoenix Airport as low as $2.00 per trip. Guests will take the PHX Sky Train from your terminal to the 44th St Station. From the 44th St Station, purchase a ticket from the vending machine (a single ride ticket costs $2) and board any train heading northbound.  For the stop for your hotel check the Valley Metro Rail trip planner.

Consider reducing your carbon footprint when traveling to Phoenix


The Phoenix Convention Center is known for its beautiful architecture and its commitment to sustainability. The center was awarded LEED Silver Certification for its use of recycled materials and energy-efficient design. The artwork and design of the center are inspired by the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert. For example, the main entrance features a slot canyon design, and the color palettes throughout the center reflect the desert's flora and fauna.

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Visit Phoenix

Phoenix offers a variety of activities and attractions for all interests. Here are some of the great things you can experience in Phoenix and its downtown area.  Check out the Visit Phoenix site for more great activities

Cultural Gems:

  • Heard Museum: Renowned for its collection of American Indian art and artifacts, the Heard Museum offers a deep dive into the history and cultures of the Southwest tribes.

    Image of Heard Museum Phoenix

  • Arizona Science Center: Explore the wonders of science at the Arizona Science Center, which features interactive exhibits, a planetarium, and an IMAX theater.

    Image of Arizona Science Center Phoenix

  • Phoenix Art Museum: Immerse yourself in art at the Phoenix Art Museum, which houses a vast collection of over 18,000 works of art spanning centuries, cultures, and media.

    Image of Phoenix Art Museum Phoenix

Outdoor Activities:

  • Desert Botanical Garden: Explore the unique beauty of the Sonoran Desert at the Desert Botanical Garden, which showcases over 50,000 desert plants from around the world.

    Image of Desert Botanical Garden Phoenix

  • South Mountain Park: Hike or bike through the scenic trails of South Mountain Park, which offers stunning panoramic views of the city.

    Image of South Mountain Park Phoenix

  • Golfing: Phoenix is a golfer's paradise with numerous world-class golf courses to choose from.

Downtown Phoenix:

  • Roosevelt Row: Explore the vibrant Roosevelt Row Arts District, a hub for art galleries, street murals, trendy shops, and delicious restaurants.

    Image of Roosevelt Row Phoenix

  • Historic Grand Avenue: Step back in time on Historic Grand Avenue, a charming district lined with Victorian-era buildings, now home to unique shops, restaurants and cafes.

    Image of Historic Grand Avenue Phoenix

  • Warehouse District: Discover the edgy Warehouse District, a revitalized area with converted warehouses transformed into art galleries, brewpubs, and music venues.

If you are approached by any company regarding Entomology 2024 housing, please be aware that they have no relationship with ESA. Reservations made through any agency will be at your own risk.

Companies that contact attendees and exhibitors with fraudulent offerings of hotel rooms at significant discounts are commonly referred to as "housing pirates" or "housing poachers”. These companies often misrepresent themselves by illegally using our logo. Lured by highly attractive rates, exhibitors and attendees fall prey to these imposters losing significant deposits, discovering hidden costs, credit cards charged in full at the time of reservation, or not providing the hotel reservations promised.
Why book your hotel room directly using the link ESA has provided?

  • We have the lowest rates! Based on a guaranteed percentage of attendees staying in the official conference hotels, ESA is able to negotiate with the hotels to provide discounted rates from their normal charges.
  • Stay connected to the Conference Center. 
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access in your hotel guest room and throughout the Conference Center. 
  • Network easily with other conference attendees staying in the Official Hotel Block.
  • Support ESA by staying at the official conference hotels! Unfilled rooms can cost the association thousands of dollars, which can apply pressure to increase the conference registration fees to offset these costs.
  • The number of booked rooms attributed to ESA is shared when contracting future venues. The more rooms booked in the Official Hotel Block, the better leverage we have for lower room rates and fewer contracted penalties in the future.
  • Our room block history impacts the amount of meeting space a city or venue is willing to hold as well as the cost. An excellent pick-up history results in better leverage when negotiating with convention centers.
  • We know there are often attractive alternative hotels or reward programs that provide incentives. Please think twice before booking "outside the block" and we will continue to negotiate the best convention centers and the best hotels at the best rates for future ESA meetings. You can help us accomplish that goal! 
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