|Hotel & Location|
Birth Institute Conference Hotel
The 2016 conference will be held at the Omni William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This historic hotel, built in 1916, has been host to famous personages such as John F. Kennedy, Laurence Welk, Ronald Reagon, Bob Hope, and more. While you take a break from sessions and visiting the exhibit hall, relax in luxury in the hotel lobby, pictured to the left. The hotel is known for its classic Art Deco style and has recently undergone a multi-million dollar renovation.
The Omni is located in downtown Pittsburgh, only 18 miles from the Pittsburgh International Airport and 11 miles from the Allegheny County Airport. Because of its central location, you'll find a number of area attractions only a short walk or drive away, including the Duquesne Incline as seen in our Birth Institute banner.
To be guaranteed the group rate, make your reservations before Wednesday: September 7, 2016
You can make reservations online by using the link or by calling 1-800-THE-OMNI (1-800-843-6664) and referencing the American Association of Birth Centers. Be sure to make your reservations by Wednesday, September 7, 2016 to be guaranteed the group rate.
Before you make reservations, be sure to become a member of the Omni Loyalty Program! By being a member, you'll receive a complimentary morning beverage throughout your stay, along with other benefits. You must register a week before your arrival to be included. Join here!>>
Ground Transportation & Parking
If you are flying in and are looking for an inexpensive ride to the Omni William Penn Hotel, you can make a reservation with SuperShuttle by using this link or using this promo code: DXJ7W
Using the link or code will give you a $1 discount on a one-way trip or a $3 discount on a round-trip booking.
The Mellon Square Garage is located underneath Mellon Square Park at 1529-1540 Smithfield St, Pittsburgh. The Garage and Park are located across the street from the Omni William Penn Hotel. Parking for more than 4 hours on a weekday costs $19, and parking on the weekend costs $5.