ICC22 Conference Venue

ICC22 is scheduled for June 27-30, 2022 at the WindCreek Bethlehem Hotel and Event Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It is currently in the final planning stage.  The Call for papers is expected to open on December 1, 2021 and Conference Registration is expected to open around mid  March 2022.

Meeting Location is the WindCreek Bethlehem Events Center and Hotel. The hotel will be Open for Reservations in mid March 2022.  The Conference Banquet is scheduled at the Arts Quest Center overlooking the famous Steel Stacks.

The Wind Creek Bethlehem is the largest full-service hotel in the Lehigh Valley.  In addition to the conference and welcome reception space, it offers a number of on-site amenities including:

  •    Five dining options
  •    Outlet shopping & Casino
  •    Salon & Spa ,Indoor Pool, and Fitness Room
  •    Complimentary Wi-Fi and Complimentary Parking

As noted in the map below, the ICC22 Venue items are all within easy walking distance of the hotel

Getting There
ICC22's Bethlehem Events Center
is in the Lehigh Valley, one of Pennsylvania's fastest growing areas, and one with a long
history of industrial and cryogenic innovation. The Valley is within easy driving distance of Philadelphia, New York City, Baltimore and Washington, DC.   The Lehigh Valley International Airport Is less than 10 miles from the conference venue.  It connects to several hubs in the Eastern United States, including Newark, Washington Dulles, Charlotte, Atlanta, Detroit and Chicago O’Hare.  In June, the average high temperature is 77°F/25°C.

Local Visitor Attractions
City of Bethlehem
The City of Bethlehem lies in the heart of the Lehigh Valley, blending the historic with the contemporary for a truly unique experience.  Founded by the Moravian community on Christmas Eve 1741, the “Christmas City” has two distinct downtown areas:

  •   The SouthSide Arts District houses the Wind Creek Bethlehem conference venue, as well as the ArtsQuest Center banquet site.  The area is home to the former Bethlehem Steel mill, and today is anchored by the SteelStacks, a ten-acre community campus devoted to arts, culture and history.
  •   The Historic Moravian District (North Side) is home to the city founders’ original settlement.  With more original structures than Colonial Williamsburg, it is a National Historic Landmark District and a UNESCO World Heritage candidate. 

Both downtown areas are walkable, offering a variety of restaurants, shops and historic sites.  Visitors can travel between the two by car, rideshare (Uber and Lyft) or walking (about 20-30 minutes). 

Individual Bethlehem Area Attractions Include (Clickable links):


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