Hotel & Travel Information


The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown will serve as the headquarter hotel with all meetings taking place on property. The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown is a contemporary destination located in the heart of downtown with surrounding shops and restaurants within walking distance. Click the Make Reservations button below to access the Women Leaders room block.

Note: The Sheraton Phoenix Downtown lobby will be under minor renovation during the National Convention.

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown 
340 N 3rd St. 
Phoenix, AZ 85004

**Our room block is completely sold out

For other hotel accommodations, please contact the following properties below:  

Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix Downtown
Address: 77 E Polk St, Phoenix, Arizona, 85004, USA
Phone: 602-710-1240

The Westin Phoenix Downtown
Address: 333 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Phone: 602-429-3500

Hyatt Regency Phoenix
Address: 122 North Second Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Phone: 602-252-1234

Roommate Request

For those interested in reducing expenses and sharing a room with another Women Leaders in College Sports member, please complete the Roommate Request Form. Upon completion of this form, your name and email will be posted on the Roommate Request page, visible only to current Women Leaders members. Members and convention attendees are encouraged to connect with those listed to coordinate accommodations on their own.


The Sheraton Grand Phoenix is located approximately 5.5 miles miles west of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX). Taxi: Taxi service from the airport to the hotel is approximately $20-$25, one-way from PHX.

Self-parking is available for $9 (0-3 hours), $15 (3-6 hours), $25 (over 6 hours). Valet parking is $35/day. Click here for driving directions to the Sheraton Grand Phoenix. 

More About Phoenix

Phoenix is a place where it's easy to migrate between high culture and low, resort escapes and local hangouts, outdoor adventure and poolside lounging. If you’re planning your trip to Phoenix, this is a great place to start. Check out Visit Phoenix to order travel and trail guides, learn the city’s personality, get the lay of the land, browse photos and videos and more.