We look forward to welcoming you to Georgetown University in Washington, DC, for the 2015 Fighting Inequality conference! Please find information about travel and accommodations below.
Directions to Georgetown University
Georgetown University’s main campus is located at 37th and O Streets NW in Washington, DC. Please find directions to the main campus here, including information about parking and public transportation options.
Traveling to Washington, DC
For those traveling from nearby cities, Union Station is served by Amtrak and several bus lines. For those traveling by air, Washington National Airport (DCA) is the most convenient option to the Georgetown campus and downtown DC. Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) also serve the greater Washington area.
Register here by March 31, 2015, for hotel accommodations in the Holiday Inn – Georgetown at our discounted group rate of $179 per night. You may also call the reservations line at 1-800-HOLIDAY and book with the group code KAL. The Holiday Inn is a short walk or free shuttle ride from the Georgetown campus.
Register here by April 26, 2015, for hotel accommodations at The Fairfax at Embassy Row at our discounted group rate of $199 per night. You may also call the reservations line at 1-888-627-8439 and book under the group name Georgetown University: Fighting Inequality Conference. The Fairfax is located near the Dupont Circle metro station and is a 15 minute free shuttle ride from the Georgetown campus.
Other area hotels include the Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center, Embassy Row Hotel, Courtyard Marriott, and Holiday Inn – Rosslyn. If you would like to stay at the Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center on campus, we encourage you to make reservations as soon as possible due to concurrent university events.
In addition, we have a limited number of affordable dormitory housing units on campus for $37.50 to $75 per night. For graduate students or others with limited travel budgets, please email email@example.com with the subject line “Conference Housing Request” by May 20, 2015.