• University of Antwerp
  • Address: Stadscampus, Prinsstraat 13, 2000  Antwerp
  • Detailed map (conference venue indicated on the map: s.K.)

Conference rooms
  • Building K: 
    • Auditorium Rector Dhanis: the plenary sessions of the conference will be held at the largest auditorium of the University of  Antwerp with a capacity of 700 seats  
    • Address: Stadscampus, Building K, Kleine Kauwenberg 14, 2000 Antwerp
  • Entrance hall of Building K:
    • Registration
    • Coffee breaks and lunch
    • Welcome reception
    • Poster programme
  • Conference center Hof van Liere: the EATLP conference will host at this location the meetings of the Academic committee and  Executive board  e.g. in  the Scaldisroom or/and in  the Willem Elsschotroom.

Hotel accommodation

Conference participants can book their stay in Antwerp via an online booking tool, provided by Antwerp Convention Bureau ACB.

Antwerp offers a wide range of hotels. This online booking tool will provide an overview of selected hotels and their Best Available Rate, which has been negotiated for participants.

  • 5 star hotel: 
    • Sapphire House Antwerp, Autograph Collection by Marriott, Lange Nieuwstraat 24, Antwerp
  • 4 star hotels:
    • Theater Hotel, Arenbergstraat 30, Antwerp
    • NH Hotel – Pelikaanstraat 84, Antwerp
  • 3 star hotels:
    • B& B Hotel Antwerp Centrum, Frankrijklei 36, Antwerp
    • Ibis Hotel Meistraat 39 Antwerp
  • Youth Hostel: The Ash – Italiëlei 237-239, 2000 Antwerp

Make also notice that the same hotel arrangements are also valid for the 9th International Conference on Taxpayer Rights, which immediately precedes the EATLP Congress from 4 June to 6 June 2024. This conference is hosted by the DigiTax Centre at the University of Antwerp. Organized and convened by the Center for Taxpayer Rights, this annual conference connects experts from diverse disciplines including government, law, economics, psychology, anthropology, and sociology, to explore how taxpayer rights globally serve as a foundation for effective tax administration and a means to promote voluntary compliance with the tax laws. The theme of this 9th conference is "Toward a Digital Taxpayer Bill of Rights", focusing on the impact of digitalization on taxpayers’ rights to transparency, fair treatment, and human intervention, as well as on the tax agency and its workforce, tax advisors, legislation and legislators, and the judiciary. You can learn more about that conference at the website of the conference.