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Lodging and Travel

he Hilton Atlanta hotel boasts a central location in the heart of downtown Atlanta within walking distance of some of the best attractions in the city, including the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center and the Georgia World Congress Center. Ease into transportation to and from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport via MARTA, connected by skybridge directly into our contemporary accommodations.

Utilize the fully equipped fitness center or stay fit in the downtown Atlanta hotel's outdoor tennis and pickleball courts, full-sized basketball court or jogging track. Experience fine dining overlooking Atlanta's downtown skyline in Nikolai's Roof restaurant or try a Polynesian cocktail at the Mai Tai bar in Trader Vic's.

Hilton Atlanta
255 Courtland Street, NE Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 30303, USA

Main Phone: +1 404-659-2000

The sleeping room rate is $219 for single/double room, plus taxes, and rate is inclusive of high-speed Internet access within the sleeping room.  In addition to sales tax and occupancy tax, the Georgia State Hotel-Motel Fee of $5.00 per room, per night, will also apply to all sleeping rooms.

Important Information Regarding Official Spring Meeting Hotel

The Casualty Actuarial Society can conduct high-quality meetings at desirable sites for a reasonable registration fee because a block of hotel rooms is reserved for meeting attendees. In exchange for filling the required number of sleeping rooms, the CAS is permitted to use the hotel’s meeting space at no cost, thus keeping registration fees low. In addition, meeting attendees receive a reduced rate for their sleeping rooms. We kindly request that all meeting attendees take advantage of the group rate and stay at the official Spring Meeting property, Hilton Atlanta.

Group Room Rate
Single/Double Occupancy, plus taxes
$219.00

Reservations must be made by Thursday, April 4, 2024. Check in at the Hilton Atlanta is 4:00 p.m. and check out is by 11:00 a.m.

While reservations must be made prior to Thursday, April 4, 2024, to receive the $219 rate, there is no guarantee that rooms will be available should you wait until this date. CAS strongly suggests that you make your room reservations early to secure accommodations before the room block fills.

To book room reservation by phone, the Toll Free Number in US and Canada is 1-855-672-1138 and guests should reference the booking code "CAS". Outside the US and Canada, please call the hotel's main line: +1 404-659-2000, and reference booking code "CAS"
How to get there
Transportation Information

The Hilton Atlanta is located 11 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and may be reached via taxicabs, rideshare services, or public transit via MARTA. MARTA’s Airport Station is located inside the Domestic Terminal. 

  • Travel directly to the Domestic Terminal, between the North and South baggage claims.
  • Take the Red and Gold lines (they travel directly to and from the Airport Station).
  • Take the train to Peachtree Center Station; Hilton Altanta is located 2 blocks south of Peachtree Center Station.

Video directions to take MARTA when departing the Atlanta airport: https://youtu.be/3bhhwlzpd_I?feature=shared

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Code of Conduct for CAS Events

Code of Conduct for CAS Events

The CAS is an international organization, committed to meeting the demands of a global economy. We are a listening organization that welcomes diverse perspectives. We value the participation of each member of the community and desire to offer professional education in a fun and safe learning environment. The CAS is dedicated in providing a positive conference experience for everyone and will not tolerate harassment, discrimination or any other improper behavior of conference participants in any form.

Scope of the Code:

All event participants, CAS staff members, guests, sponsors, speakers, partners, exhibitors, volunteers, and vendors/exhibitors must comply with this Code of Conduct for CAS Events. We ask that you join us in agreeing to engage, collaborate, and connect with other participants and event attendees in healthy ways.  Specifically, we ask that you:

  • Share from your own experience,
  • Assume the best intentions of others,
  • Disagree with ideas, not people,
  • Be open to other people’s perspectives, and
  • Treat everyone with respect.

Registration and attendance at CAS meetings, seminars, webinars and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to: demonstrate respect and consideration for all people; communicate openly and thoughtfully with others; be respectful in discussing and debating ideas; be collaborative; be mindful of your surroundings; comply with venue regulations; report conduct concerns so that they can be addressed responsibly in a timely fashion. If any leader or facilitator of the event directs you to stop a behavior, you must comply immediately.

Consequence of Violation of the Code:

The safety of our community is our top priority. Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the event organizers and could result in suspension from attending future meetings and/or referral to an appropriate disciplinary body. If necessary, CAS will contact proper authorities, including but not limited to event security and/or law enforcement.

Reporting

While we have every faith that our dynamic community will embrace these sentiments and encourage others to do the same, we do have a plan in place if anyone should fall short of expectations. If you are directly affected or witness behavior that could constitute a code of conduct violation, please contact a CAS staff member at the event who will provide you with an incident report form for you to complete. In addition, you can email meetings@casact.org to request an electronic copy of the form.

Under the direction of the CEO, CAS will conduct a prompt and thorough investigation into your complaint, and you will be notified of the CAS’s intended action. Please note that all reports will be kept confidential.

Thank you in advance for helping to make this CAS event a safe and rewarding experience. We would not be the strong organization we are without your help. Please enjoy the conference!

Your Casualty Actuarial Society

Accessibility

The CAS seeks to do its utmost to provide equal access to its participants with disabilities in accordance with State and Federal Law. Due to the CAS’s limited resources, CAS staff may be required to discuss your reasonable accommodation with you in order to attempt to meet your needs. The conference offers a variety of services to help you enjoy your CAS experience, including:

  • Accessibility requests during the registration process.
  • Sign Language interpreters upon request.
  • Nursing mother's room available onsite at the hotel with power and refrigerator - please ask for key at CAS Registration Desk.
  • Please provide notice as soon as possible, but no later than 30 days prior to the start of the event.
  • Reserved disability seating for:
    • Seat in Line / End of Row Accommodations
    • Proximity / 50 ft. to Screen for visual/lip-reading access.
    • Sightlines for access to the interpreter and other unique situations.

We have the ability to create custom accommodations as needed. For any specific needs, please contact meetings@casact.org.

Speaker Opinions

The opinions expressed by speakers at this event are their own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the CAS.

Selection of CAS Conference Locations

How does the CAS select in-person conference locations?

The decision on where to host CAS conferences considers a variety of factors. We strive to hold our four largest events (RPM, Spring, CLRS and Annual) in the Southeast, Northeast, Midwest, and West regions of the United States. Our goal is to enable those members who may only attend one event in a calendar year to have one of our four major events held in their region. For members who annually attend the same large CAS event, that event will be located in their region every four years. We also aim to host one of our conferences in Canada every four to six years.

We remain focused on locations that are both convenient for travel, for example, cities that can be reached via a direct flight from the majority of North America, and that are appealing to potential attendees.

What do you do to ensure members feel welcomed, included, and safe during in-person conferences?

The CAS represents members and candidates of all races, ethnicities, religions, genders, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic classes, and creating a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment for them is our foremost concern when planning in-person events. The CAS requires anyone in our conference spaces to be a registered attendee of the event, and we post signage and have staff monitor badges to keep non-registered people from accessing our area. We also ask attendees to abide by the Code of Conduct for CAS Events.

The CAS prioritizes conference vendors that are committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all of our attendees.

What options exist for those who are not able or do not feel safe attending an in-person conference in a certain location?

CAS members have the ability to select from several different conferences and conference locations each year. All of our large events also include a livestream virtual option so attendees can participate in high-quality and interactive continuing education opportunities and networking from anywhere in the world.

Not from around here?
U.S. Visa Information

We highly recommend reviewing the U.S. Department of State website for the most up-to-date guidelines for foreign nationals (not a U.S. citizen). Depending on your country of origin, your visa application could take several months to schedule and process, so please plan accordingly.

For conference attendees:

A foreign national traveling to the United States to conduct temporary business needs a visitor visa (B-1) unless qualifying for entry under the Visa Waiver Program.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/business.html

For family members:

A foreign national traveling to the United States for tourism needs a visitor visa (B-2) unless qualifying for entry under the Visa Waiver Program. Tourism is a short visit for vacation, for visiting family and friends, or for medical treatment.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/tourism-visit.html

If you need a letter confirming your registration at the 2022 CAS Spring Meeting for the purposes of a visa application, please contact kdean@casact.org.

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