Travel and Housing

AAPM18 Travel

Vancouver, BC, Canada

AAPM’s 2018 meeting destination, Vancouver, is home to majestic mountains, sparkling ocean views, rainforests, and lovely foliage year-round, making it one of the most beautiful cities in the world. A cosmopolitan city right on the edge of nature, Vancouver makes it easy to combine an urban getaway with outdoor adventure. From family-friendly fun to thrill-seeking exploits; from marine exploring to mountaintop luxury, you'll find plenty of things to do in Vancouver. Learn about Vancouver and start planning your trip.

Meeting Location

AAPM 34th Annual Meeting events will take place at the Vancouver Convention Center, situated on the downtown Vancouver waterfront within walking distance from some of the city’s top attractions. AAPM has secured a limited number of sleeping rooms at the Pan Pacific Vancouver, which is connected to the convention center.

Vancouver Convention Center
1055 Canada Place
Vancouver, BC
V6C 0C3, Canada

Pan Pacific Vancouver
Suite 300-999, Canada Place
Vancouver, BC
V6C 3B5, Canada

Book Hotel Rooms

A block of rooms will be held at the Pan Pacific Vancouver until March 23, 2018, at a special group rate of $269 CAD/night (single or double occupancy). This special rate will apply until the cutoff date, or when AAPM’s room block has been filled; after that time, availability will be limited and higher rates may apply. Book your room online over the phone by calling 604.662.3223.

Getting to Vancouver

The Vancouver Convention Center and Pan Pacific Vancouver are located approximately 15 miles from the Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Visit the Vancouver International Airport website for additional information and airport transportation options at

Passport Info

Canadian law requires that all persons entering the country carry proof of citizenship and proof of identity. The following resources are provided to connect you with valuable information that you can use to get or renew your passport:

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