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2014 JAHC Hotel Information

The 9th Annual Joint American Homeopathic Conference (JAHC) will be held at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach.

Hyatt Regency Long Beach
200 South Pine Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802

Hyatt Regency Long Beach Room Block

The 9th Annual JAHC, presented by the National Center for Homeopathy, has reserved a block of rooms for conference attendees at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach at a special rate of $149 per night, plus tax. This rate is good three days prior to and three days post the JAHC, subject to rate and space availability. Complimentary internet is included for guest rooms included in this room block.

To make your hotel reservations, please call 1-800-233-1234 and request the JAHC room block to ensure you are receiving this JAHC special rate. Hotel reservations at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach can also be made online here. The deadline to make reservations at the rate of $149 per night is Wednesday, March 12, 2014, subject to availability. Make your reservation today!

Why should I stay in the JAHC Hyatt Regency Room Block?

Top 3 Reasons to Stay in the JAHC Room Block

  • Discounted room rates! Our special JAHC rate is $149 and the regular rate is $229…that’s a 35% savings!
  • Networking! 56% of attendees have already made their reservations in the JAHC room block; easily meet friends in the hotel lobby bar or restaurant.
  • Convenience! Just take the elevator to get to JAHC conference sessions and networking events.

But wait! There are even more reasons!

  • Attendees staying in the room block will get complimentary internet in their guest rooms!
  • By staying in the conference hotel you’re actually supporting the JAHC and helping us keep conference costs down!
  • The Hyatt Regency is walking distance to restaurants, the board walk, and Long Beach area attractions. Visit for information on activities and area attractions.
  • The Hyatt Regency is on the red Passport bus route; take a complimentary ride to area attractions such as the Queen Mary, Aquarium of the Pacific, Pine Avenue, City Place Mall, The Pike at Rainbow Harbor, and Shoreline Village.

More About Long Beach

Long Beach is where the action begins and the fun never ends. From the regal Queen Mary and spectacular Aquarium of the Pacific to stirring Broadway shows, live music venues and hundreds of exclusive dining destinations--all centrally located.  Airport-close, a brief and pleasant cruise away from Catalina Island and a short distance from Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood and everything Southern California has to offer--Long Beach is the perfect destination! Check out this walking map of Long Beach to learn more about the area.

World-Class Attractions

  • Aquarium of the Pacific - Taking visitors on a journey through the three main regions of the Pacific Ocean - Southern California/Baja, the Northern Pacific, and the Trapical Pacific - the Aquarium of the Pacific hosts 12,000 ocean animals in nearly 50 exciting habitats and exhibits.
  • El Dorado Park/Nature Center - Looking for a bit of nature in the middle of the city? Nestled between the San Gabriel River and the 605 Freeway, El Dorado Nature Center is an oasis of natural habitat, offering visitors the chance to escape the hustle and bustle of the urban environment. The nearly 100 acres that make up the Nature Center grounds provide sanctuary to over 150 species of birds, a wide variety of trees and plant life and many species of urban wildlife including turtles, frogs, rabbits, skunks and squirrels. Two miles of dirt trails and a ¼ mile paved trail wind around two lakes and a stream and through forested areas, grasslands and wildflowers.
  • Long Beach Museum of Art -  This museum is located on a magnificent bluff-top site overlooking the Long Beach Harbor, Catalina Island, the Queen Mary and the Pacific Ocean. The campus includes the historic Elizabeth Milbank Anderson house and carriage house (built in 1912), oceanfront gardens, and a beautiful new pavilion with two floors of expansive gallery space for changing exhibitions and the museum store. The historic buildings are home to administrative offices, and the picturesque, ocean view restaurant "Claire's at the Museum" which surrounds the dramatic water sculpture by Claire Falkenstein. In addition to changing exhibitions, the Museum offers extensive educational programs for children and adults, musical programs, festivals, and other special events.
  • Queen Mary - Come aboard the legendary Queen Mary. Book the Behind the Scenes Guided Tour of the historic ocean liner and World War II troopship, and see restored areas that have been under wraps since the final voyage in 1967, including the Isolation Wards and the aft Machine Rooms. Enjoy a meal, shop and even plan to spend the night in an original First Class Stateroom. Then board one of the Cold War's hottest weapons, the Russian submarine, code name: Scorpion. It's rugged, spartan, cramped and shrouded in secrecy. Feel the chill of 300 feet of Cold War menace.
  • Wayfarers Chapel - The simplicity of architecture, glass walls, redwood trees arching overhead form a natural cathedral-like sanctuary. Tree-lined walks, lush gardens and lawns, and exquisite views of Catalina Island and the Pacific Ocean celebrate the presence of God. Sponsored by The Swedenborgian Church and designed by Lloyd Wright, The Wayfarers Chapel is dedicated to the glory of God and as a national memorial to Emanuel Swedenborg, 18th Century scientist, philosopher and theologian. Respecting different expressions of the religious life, the Chapel welcomes people of all faiths to Sunday worship services at 10:00 a.m. and to special worship celebrations and events throughout the year. The Chapel is open daily for prayer and meditation.

Shopping and Dining

In Long Beach you will find a wealth of shopping experiences from one-of-a-king boutiques to popular Southern California shops. With the mild year-round climate, outdoor shoppiing is plentiful throughout the city. Did all that shopping work up an appetite? No one ever goes hungry in Long Beach. From fine Italian dining to tantilizing ethnic cuisine to casual dining, there's something for every palate. Additionally, be sure to check out Pine Avenue in downtown Long Beach where all your shopping and dining activities converge.

Visit the Long Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information about Long Beach and the surrounding area.