Conference Hotel

All conference sessions will take place at the Hyatt Regency Columbus and the Greater Columbus Convention Center.


350 N High Street
Columbus, OH 43215


$190 per room per night (1-4 person occupancy) plus state and local taxes*
*Current tax rate = 17.50%, subject to change.

Conference rates will be honored over the conference dates, November 11-12, 2022. A limited number of rooms are available before and after the conference dates.


King Bed

  • 338-square feet with one(1) king bed and a pull-out sofa
  • Occupancy: 1-4 persons

2 Queen Beds

  • 338-square feet with two (2) queen beds and a generously-sided work area.
  • Occupancy: 2-4 persons


Hotel reservations must be made on the official NFC housing reservation site, by calling the central reservations line using the Group Code, or by using the official FCCLA housing form. After your NFC registration is submitted in the FCCLA Portal, the primary chapter adviser will automatically receive an email confirmation with instructions to make hotel reservations. If you do not receive a registration confirmation email within 48 hours, email Check your spam or junk mail folder for the email as well.

Reservations made by third-party booking sites (Expedia, Orbitz, Kayak, etc.) or directly with the hotel will not be included in the FCCLA hotel block and will not qualify as staying within the FCCLA housing block. FCCLA cannot accept responsibility for reservations booked improperly.

  • Housing Policies

    Room rates and cost of meeting space are based on an anticipated room pick‐up. It is important that FCCLA attendees stay within the official meeting/conference hotel block when attending the meeting/conference.

    Attendees not staying within the official meeting/conference hotel block will be assessed a $125 fee per registration. This policy will not be implemented once the hotel block is completely sold out. Availability of a preferred room type will not provide an exemption from this policy.

    Only registered conference attendees are eligible to take advantage of the FCCLA negotiated conference room rates within the FCCLA housing block dates. To accommodate FCCLA members and for the safety of all attendees, every guest staying within the FCCLA conference block must be registered for the conference.

    It is important that you make your hotel reservations before booking travel arrangements.

  • Housing Payments

    A credit card is required when making your room reservations to guarantee the room(s). The card on file will not be charged until you arrive onsite. If paying your final bill with another credit card or check, see the specific instructions below.

    If paying the final bill by check, the hotel must receive a check for the full payment at least 14 business days prior to your arrival.  If the hotel receives the check less than 14 days of your arrival, then a credit card will need to be provided at check-in. Once the check clears, you can initiate a request for reimbursement with the hotel to credit card charged. All checks must be made payable to Hyatt Regency Columbus and mailed to the address below.

    HYATT Regency Columbus

    ATTN: Reservations
    350 N High Street

    Columbus, OH 43215

    If paying the final bill with a credit card, not in your possession, complete the credit card authorization form by selecting Hyatt Regency Columbus as the property. You must have your room confirmation numbers to complete the form.

    Payments for hotel reservations should not be mailed to FCCLA National Headquarters. In the event payment for housing is inadvertently sent to FCCLA, it will be returned to you. These payments will not be forwarded to the hotel.

    Tax Exemption: If you are requesting tax exemption, you must provide a tax exemption form for the state of Ohio at check-in. The exemption will only be for the state tax (7.5%) and not the bed tax (10%).

    If your school’s bookkeeping office requires a W9 for payments to the hotel, please find a copy of the W9 under resources on the top right of the page.

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