Lodging & Travel

*Our block rooms are now FULL for this 2014’s Summit.*

Lodging:

Hotel HarringtonEagle Forum has reserved a block of group-rate rooms at the Hotel Harrington in the heart of Washington D.C.  The Harrington is located in the heart of Washington, D.C.’s world famous tourist district.  The hotel opened its doors 100 years ago on March 1, 1914, making it D.C.’s longest running, family owned hotel.  It is still owned by the third, fourth, and fifth generation family members of the hotel’s founders.

Hotel Harrington is just steps from Pennsylvania Avenue, America’s Main Street. Many of the sights you plan to visit are all within a six to eight block walk:  the White House, the National Archives, Capitol Hill, the National Mall, and ten of the most popular Smithsonian Museums, including the Smithsonian Castle.

Separate men’s and women’s group rooms will provide individual beds for each student.  The price per student, per night will be $49.00, nearly a third the going rate of DC-area hotels.

If you are interested in this option, please email ryan@eagleforum.org. 

Eagle Forum Collegians staff will meet up with the Collegians staying at the hotel every morning and escort them to The Heritage Foundation so everyone can arrive together on time!

Notes: Any questions regarding reservations and facilities should be directed to Eagle Forum and not the hotel.

 

Travel:

The nearest airport is Reagan National Airport (DCA).

For those who are driving, see the hotel’s parking arrangements here.

Eagle Forum offers a limited amount of travel scholarships to students who show leadership, innovation, and tenacity on conservative issues. See our scholarships page for more info.