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Join us at the Residence Inn by Marriott Kingston Waters Edge, overlooking the Cataraqui River!

Did you know that your choice of hotel for the OAP Annual Meeting has a direct impact on the association?

In order to secure sufficient meeting space for the conference we must guarantee a minimum number of bedroom bookings by our delegates. Although we understand that making your reservations outside of the OAP block can sometimes be more economical, it may cause the association to have to pay a penalty for un-booked rooms within the contracted room block, which over time will result in higher conference registration fees.

Residence Inn Kingston Water's Edge offers scenic views of Battery Park and the Lake Ontario waterfront, including the expansive Thousand Islands archipelago. Queen's University is within walking distance for campus tours of the research school. For fans of historical places, Kingston's Fort Henry is just a few minutes away. Enjoy space to spread out at our extended-stay hotel in Kingston, Ontario, with separate living and bedroom areas. We offer free grocery delivery so you can stock up on all of your favorite foods to savor in your fully equipped kitchen. Enjoy the picturesque lake views and catch up on the latest news with our complimentary Wi-Fi. When you're ready to get active, our 24/7 fitness center has cardio equipment and weights. Feel at home during your extended stay by bringing along your four-legged friend thanks to our pet-friendly policy. Sink into our plush beds and surround yourself with fluffy pillows and crisp linens for a peaceful night's sleep at Residence Inn Kingston Water's Edge.

Please email info@ontariopathologists.org for any assistance.
Residence Inn Kingston Water's Edge,
7 Earl Street,
Kingston, Ontario
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To receive the conference rate, click the link below, or call 1 613-544-4888 and provide our group ID, OAP2023.

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