655 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada, V6C 2R7
Telephone: +1 604 683 1234

The ASIS&T Meeting rate is CAD$225 (approximately US$175) plus applicable taxes, currently 17.5%.


Room sharing availability – please contact DeVonne Parks for more information.

Important Information Regarding Travel to Canada

All U.S. citizens and international travelers must carry a valid passport and a valid visa (if necessary) when entering Canada. A passport is the only reliable and universally-accepted travel and identification document for the purpose of international travel. International transport companies, such as airlines, must make sure that travelers have proper, valid travel documents. If you do not have proper documents, you may be delayed or unable to board a plane. For Canadian visa information, visit Please note that entry into Canada can be restricted for a number of reasons including, among others, those related to criminal activity, security, and health. A DUI arrest or conviction inside or outside of Canada is often cited as a reason for denied entry. There are a number of ways to address these matters, some of which might take some time, and so be sure that you allow sufficient time to research and take any next steps with your own advisor. ASIS&T is not able to address individual situations. Additional information can be found at:

Traveling with Electronics U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents may conduct searches to any devices that may contain information in an electronic or digital form, such as computers, tablets, disks, drives, tapes, mobile phones and other communication devices, cameras, music and media players while you are crossing an international border. Searches of electronic devices may include searches of information stored on the device(s) when it is presented for inspection or during its detention by Customs Border Patrol for an inbound or outbound border inspection. The ASIS&T encourages all Annual Meeting attendees to limit the number of devices you will be traveling with and to remove any confidential information contained on the device(s) or consider obtaining or borrowing a new device clean of any confidential information to avoid any issues. Questions? Contact the ASIS&T at 301.495.0900 ext. 1500 or

If You Need a Visa Letter

To obtain an invitation letter for the meetung that may be used in obtaining a visa, please log into the ASIS&T ConfTool Website and follow the link for “Visa Invitation Letter”. 

Getting Here

Things to Do

While you’re in Vancouver, you’ll find many fun things to do and main attractions.  Check out what is happening near our hotel

Show Your Badge Program – Attendees can simply ‘show their badge’ to receive exclusive offers from our participating members. See the participating members and offers listed here

Tickets Tonight – Receive half-price day-of-show tickets here. 

Vancouver Attractions Coupons – Coupons for some of Vancouver’s most popular attractions.

What to Eat!

Vancouver is a city that is very passionate about what’s on its plate and in its glass. From fresh West Coast seafood (look for the sustainable Ocean Wise symbol on menus), through to seasonal delicacies, and fusion cuisine that represents the multi-cultural diversity of our city. Critics say we have some of the best Asian food in the world, but you’ll find that our chefs have put their own stamp on it, combining local ingredients (like Pacific salmon, foraged mushrooms, and berries) with traditional techniques. Here are 10 must-visit restaurants for your fall visit to Vancouver:

      1. Nightingale – The casual sister to legendary Hawksworth Restaurant.
      2. Miku – Unique sushi, with a lovely patio for sunny fall lunches.
      3. Blue Water Café – Splash out on an awe-inspiring seafood tower.
      4. Tap & Barrel – Excellent place to try BC craft beer and local wine.
      5. Cactus Club Coal Harbour – Casual fine dining and an inspiring view.
      6. Mahony & Sons Public House – Pints and pub-inspired comfort food.
      7. Cardero’s – Relaxed waterfront spot known for cedar-plank salmon.
      8. Rogue Kitchen & Wetbar – Great place to grab drinks and a bite post-meeting.
      9. Coast Restaurant – Seafood menu within a stunning room with lots of atmosphere.
      10. LIFT – A beautiful rooftop patio for cocktails on a sunny day with a view of Stanley Park.

Whether you’re a wine lover, cocktail hound or beer fan, you’ll never find yourself thirsty in Vancouver! British Columbia produces its own wine, and you’ll find it on the menu at most local restaurants. The city also boasts a thriving craft brewing scene –Gastown’s Steamworks Brewing Company, Railtown’s The Belgard Kitchen and Mount Pleasant’s Big Rock Urban Brewery are all great places to sample the local wares. Cocktail bars such as Clough ClubThe Cascade Room and UVA often use spirits from Vancouver’s own distilleries, putting a local twist on your G&T, gimlet or greyhound. If you’re interested in exploring the culinary scene outside of the bar or restaurant, consider signing up for a tour! Crawl the city’s beer scene with Vancouver Brewery Tours, a tour of a tasty neighborhood on foot with Off the Eaten Track, or taste your way around Granville Island Public Market with Vancouver Foodie Tours.