Hotels

The host hotel for the Crimes Against Children Conference is the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Dallas.

As the hotel blocks fill up, the conference will open more room blocks near the Sheraton. Please contact the conference team before booking outside of a conference room block. Shuttle transportation will only be provided to/from hotels the conference has negotiated room blocks with. If you choose to book outside of a room block, shuttle transportation will not be provided.

IMPORTANT: The Crimes Against Children Conference is not associated with the Global Housing Corporation. If you received an email from them offering special rates for the Sheraton Hotel, DO NOT respond or make reservations through them. Contact the conference team if you have any questions or concerns.


Adolphus Hotel 
1321 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas 75202
(844)-236-8187                                                                                      Government Rate: $135/night - SOLD OUT                                           Rate Varies: $169/night - Click here to check availability


Lorenzo Hotel
 
1011 S Akard St, Dallas, Texas 75201  
(214) 273-3000  
Government Rate: $135/night  - Click here to check    
Saturday check-in available; Friday check-out available


Sheraton Dallas Hotel
400 North Olive Street, Dallas, Texas 75201
(214) 922-8000

Conference Rate:  $140/night - SOLD OUT
Government Rate: $135/night - SOLD OUT


Marriott Dallas City Center
650 North Pearl Street, Dallas, Texas 75201
(214) 979-9000
Connected by a skybridge to the Sheraton

Rate: $145/night - SOLD OUT
(No Government Rate Offered) 


  Fairmont Dallas
  1717 N. Akard, Dallas, Texas 75201
  (214) 720-2020
  Rate Varies - SOLD OUT


Aloft Dallas Downtown
1033 Young St, Dallas, Texas 75202
(214) 761-0000
Government Rate: $135/night - SOLD OUT


*All room rates are subject to the following taxes: 6% State tax, 7% City tax, 2.26% PID Fee. For more information regarding hotel occupancy tax and tax exemption questions, please review this document from the State of Texas Comptroller's Office, or contact the hotel directly to inquire about tax exempt qualifications.