Wouldn’t it be nice to just wake up, walk to breakfast (Lancaster’s oldest Farmer’s Market is just across the street), and walk into the first session at CHAP’s 2017 Convention?
Conveniently, the Lancaster County Convention Center (LCCC) houses the Marriott. The LCCC has arranged to offer a limited number of rooms to CHAP attendees at a group rate of $145/night (for single to quad occupancy).
Booking online you will:
- Enter the dates of the event
- Select “special rates” from a drop-down menu
- Enter in the group code: CHPCHPA
Remember – Mom’s Night Out and Dad’s Breakfast is “complimentary” to convention attendees who stay at the LCCC Marriott. (rebated upon receipt of hotel bill date, restrictions apply, space is limited)
All reservations must be accompanied by a first-night room deposit or guaranteed by a major credit card provided by each individual or by representative for any group. Hotel will not hold any reservations unless secured by one of the above methods. Reservations by attendees must be made on or before 5 p.m. Thursday, May 11, 2017. There are a limited number of rooms available at the Penn Square Marriott.
Please note that downtown work traffic can become congested and the annual Red Rose Run occurs the same Saturday as the CHAP Convention. If staying off site, you will want to allow additional travel time to come into the convention center.
June 2nd is one of Lancaster City’s famous “First Fridays”. Click here to check out what “First Friday” is all about.
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Discover Lancaster “Getaway Guides”, which contain various discounts, will be made available to you at the convention center. The folks at Discover Lancaster have also arranged these additional discounts for CHAP Convention attendees. Additional updated coupons can be found on the “deals and discounts” section of their website.
For additional information you can visit:
Downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania: www.visitlancastercity.com
Downtown History: www.lancasterhistory.org