The conference—and all activities unless otherwise noted—will be held at the Sheraton Boston Hotel.
Hotel Discount Deadline: Friday, June 23, 2023
Sheraton Boston Hotel
39 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02199
USENIX has negotiated a special conference attendee room rate of US$269 plus tax for single/double occupancy, including in-room wireless internet. To receive this rate, book your room online or call the hotel and mention USENIX or ATC '23.
The group rate is available until Friday, June 23, 2023, or until the block sells out, whichever occurs first. After this date, contact the hotel directly to inquire about room availability.
USENIX utilizes Google Groups to facilitate room sharing. You can sign up for free to find attendees with whom you can share a hotel room, taxi, etc. Please include "USENIX ATC '23" in the subject line when posting a new room share request.
Why Stay in the Conference Hotel?
One way USENIX reduces meeting room rental fees is via our contracted hotel room block. When our room block is not utilized by attendees, we face significant financial penalties, which may ultimately force us to raise registration fees. For this reason, we encourage attendees to stay in the conference hotel and to identify themselves as USENIX conference attendees when making reservations.
USENIX never sells or rents your contact information. All communications regarding your registration will come via email from firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone contacting you regarding registration or hotel and travel accommodations who is not acknowledged on the USENIX website is not affiliated with USENIX. Please make your hotel reservations by calling the hotel directly, or via the link on this page.
Transportation and Parking
Please visit the hotel's website for transportation and parking information.
Have some time to explore before or after the conference? Visit the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau for recommendations and information.
Traveling to USENIX ATC '23 from outside the USA?
See detailed advice from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine about visiting the United States.