Lodging

radisson-hotel-outside-photoOur venue for the conference is the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside, located in downtown Rochester. Conveniently located, Rochester is 90 minutes from Niagara Falls, 90 minutes to the Corning Museum of Glass, and 45 minutes to the Finger Lakes region- well known for the Genesee River, one of the few rivers in the world that runs north, glacial landscapes, recreation, wineries, and microbreweries. Genesee Brewery, founded in 1878,  is located a short walk from downtown hotels.

Rooms are available at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside at a discounted group rate until Sunday, April 16, 2017.  Rates are:

$109 per night, single or double (room only)

 

$119 per night (breakfast included)

 

Reservations can also be made by contacting the hotel directly at (585)546-6400 or (800)333-3333.  Be sure to mention the American Glass Guild 2017 room block when calling. Make your reservation early to lock in the discounted rate!

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Looking for added fun when you visit the Rochester area?

Rochester is home to world-class events throughout the year. The festival season kicks-off with the world’s largest lilac collection at Highland Park’s Lilac Festival (May) where hundreds of thousands visitors enjoy 10 days of brilliant floral colors, fragrance and entertainment. Downtown is alive with the sounds of jazz during the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival(June) held in the City’s East End Entertainment District, home to the renowned Eastman School of Music. Rochester has been named one of the 10 best golf cities in the country.

Rochester sits at the center of 100 Must-See Miles of the Erie Canal which when opened in 1825, made Rochester the country’s first “boomtown.” Today, the historic canal thrives as an active recreational waterway with towpaths, shops and charming towns telling America’s story of “how the west began!” Rochester is home to two national historic landmarks open to the public, the National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House and George Eastman Museum. Adults and children are entertained in the second largest children’s museum in the US, the National Museum of Play.