Travel Information

Meeting Location

Hyatt Regency Long Beach
200 South Pine Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90802
Phone: 562-491-1234

Nearby Airports

  • Long Beach Airport, Daugherty Field (LGB): 10 miles
  • Los Angeles Airport (LAX): 21 miles
  • John Wayne Airport (SNA): 23 miles

Airport Ground Transportation

Lyft and Uber are permitted to operate at all three local airports. In addition, rental car, taxi and shuttle services are available. For more information about ground transportation at a particular ariport, please visit that airport's ground transportation page, linked below:

Hotel Parking Fees

Hotel parking is available to ITM/PTTI attendees at a discounted rate of $28 (usually $31), overnight for self or valet parking. 

Local Area Information

Satisfy your inner urbanite at downtown Long Beach’s vibrant waterfront scene. From eclectic neighborhoods to sandy beaches, you’ll find Long Beach to be an urban waterfront playground. Visit museums, tour a 1930s ocean liner and watch sea lions at Long Beach’s aquarium.  Enjoy live performances and cruise Naples canals. Spot dolphins at play on your way to Catalina Island. Or take a short jaunt to Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood, or other Southern California attractions.

Look around Long Beach with the Long Beach Virtual Tour

Downtown Long Beach Neighborhoods

Pine Avenue (Location of the Hyatt Regency Long Beach)
Pine Avenue is home to “Restaurant Row,” featuring food from around the world, with something tasty for every appetite and every budget.  After dark the Avenue comes alive with night spots featuring music and entertainment. Saunter along the sidewalks and admire the LED display, as thousands of colorful, ever-changing lights illuminate the street’s historic buildings in a warm glow.

East Village Arts District
The East Village Arts District appeals to the artist in all of us, with its avant-garde shops, galleries and restaurants, many located in restored historic buildings. 

The Rainbow Harbor Esplanade
The Rainbow Harbor Esplanade bustles with waterborne activity. A walk along the Esplanade reveals luxury yachts, tall ships, charter vessels, water taxis, fishing boats and pleasure crafts. 

The Pike Outlets
The Pike Outlets has restaurants, entertainment venues, and shops, plus a vintage Ferris Wheel and Carousel. 

Shoreline Village 
Shoreline Village overlooks both Rainbow Harbor and Queensway Bay with its picturesque turn-of-the-century buildings housing one-of-a-kind restaurants and shops.

Find the best in patio dining, fine dining, breweries, coffee shops and more in Long Beach. There's always something new to try here and options to wow every palette. Visit the Long Beach Visitor's Buerau's dining site.

Weather in Long Beach

Long Beach is dry and sunny most of the year. Averages for August are a high of 84F and a low of 64.

International Participants

Visa Applications and Letters of Invitation

We recommend that you apply for a visa at least three to four months in advance due to security policies that have greatly increased processing time, such as interviews and mandatory waiting periods. Travelers from all Visa Waiver Program countries must present either a machine-readable passport or a U.S. visa.

For general information about visas go to& http://www.nationalacademies.org/visas/.

For Visa Waiver Program and Machine Readable Passports information go to http://travel.state.gov/.

Request a Letter of Invitation from ION