The Annual Meeting room block will open after the AOAC Midyear Meeting.


Swan and Dolphin Resort
1500 Epcot Resorts Blvd.
Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830 USA

Invitation Letter

If you require an Invitation Letter, please email Lauren Chelf at [email protected].


AOAC has negotiated a special guestroom rate of $199.00 USD single/double per night plus taxes for a standard room. There are a limited number of rooms at the US Federal Government Rate of $152.00 USD single/double per night. To obtain this rate, you must show a US Federal Government ID upon check-in at the Swan and Dolphin resort.

Hotel Reservations

To make a reservation online, click here.

To make a reservation at the government rate, click here.

Do not book directly on the Swan and Dolphin web site. To make a reservation by phone from the US, dial 800-227-1500 and if calling from any other country, dial 407-934-4000. Ask for In-house Reservations and state “AOAC Group Code A01136”.

A credit card is required at the time of booking to guarantee your sleeping room and the first night’s deposit will be charged to your credit card . The reservation can be canceled without penalty 5 days prior to arrival.

Cut-Off Date

The AOAC block of rooms at the discounted rate will be available until they are sold out or until the cut-off date of August 22, 2020. After that date, reservations will be accepted on a space and rate available basis only. These low rates are not available through the hotel’s web site.

Thank you for booking your hotel reservation at the Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Florida!

A special “thank you” to our Annual Meeting attendees who have booked their sleeping room reservations at the Annual Meeting hotel over the past few years. Because of you, AOAC is able to secure low rates for their sleeping room block.

AOAC contracts for a specific number of rooms at competitive nightly rates. Filling a room block is important because it provides a “report card” on the Association to future meeting sites. By establishing a history of consistently filling the room block, AOAC can secure both competitive room rates and larger blocks in subsequent years. Those rooms that go unused by AOAC attendees are charged back to AOAC and cause AOAC to raise registration rates to cover the expenses of hotel rooms left vacant.