Book your room today for the Teratology Society’s 57th Annual Meeting!

If you have not made your hotel arrangements for the Teratology Society's 57th Annual Meeting, please make plans to do so today!

The Teratology Society still has availability in our block of rooms at the Grand Hyatt Denver. You must use the links below to book into the block and get the special rates.

Meeting Sleeping Room Rates

$189.00 Single/Double Occupancy
Online Reservations

$178.00 Single/Double Occupancy*
*Please note that a valid government ID will need to be shown when checking into the hotel. 
Sold Out - Please contact 
Amy Willis for more information.

$169.00 Single/Double Occupancy
*Please note that a valid government ID will need to be shown when checking into the hotel.
Online Reservations

Please use the link provided below each room rate type to make your reservation online.

Reservations can also be made by calling Hyatt Reservations at 1.800.233.1234. When making your hotel reservation, please mention that you are attending the Teratology Society Annual Meeting to receive the discounted rate.

Hotel room rates are subject to applicable state and local taxes (currently 14.75%) at the time of checkout. A credit card guarantee is needed to make the reservation, but not deposit will be charged. The room rate is offered three days prior to and three days following the Teratology Society meeting based on availability for reservations made before the cut-off date which is May 30, 2017.

Should you need to cancel your reservation, 48-hour advance notice is required. Cancellation within 48 hours of check in will result in the forfeit of an amount equal to one night’s stay.

If you experience any trouble making your reservation, please contact Amy Willis at 703.438.3104 or for assistance.

We look forward to seeing you next month!



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