Book your hotel rooms with onPeak, the official housing bureau for CHFA West. onPeak is the leading player in providing
hotel accommodations for events all over the world. As part of a global network in the hotel services industry,
onPeak is able to deliver the best rates at hotels that are within close proximity to the facilities where our events
are being held. Their easy on-line booking system allows you the convenience to book your hotel room 24/7.
Prefer to book by phone? Courteous service agents are available to assist by phone by calling 1.800.243.1196,
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CST.
Rates are guaranteed until January 28, 2020, pending availability. Book early to avoid disappointment!
WARNING - Unauthorized Hotel Solicitation
Please note: There are several unauthorized companies
soliciting CHFA members to book hotel rooms for CHFA West. CBS International (or Corporate Booking Services), Event
and Travel Planners, Global Housing, GET Reservation and Skyline are not affiliated with CHFA and are not authorized
by CHFA to contact members regarding hotel bookings. These companies do not have room blocks with the hotels they are
advertising. CHFA has secured a hotel room block that provides convenient and discounted room rates for those who
attend our conferences and trade shows. We cannot guarantee the location, quality, price or availability of any hotel
room that is booked through any other company.
The official housing bureau for CHFA events is onPeak.
Help Us Stop Unauthorized Solicitations!
If you are receiving email solicitation from a housing bureau other than onPeak, please assist us in stopping them
by forwarding a complaint along with a copy of the email to The Spam Reporting Centre at email@example.com.
The Spam Reporting Centre gathers intelligence to support the enforcement of
Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). If you are concerned about an activity that you believe may be in
violation of CASL, you can bring it to the attention of the three government agencies responsible for enforcing
CASL (the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the Competition Bureau and the Office of
the Privacy Commissioner of Canada) by making a submission to the Spam Reporting Centre.