Strategic Seaports Conference

Fall Meeting Lodging & Transportation

JOIN US AT THE GAYLORD NATIONAL HARBOR HOTEL

Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center | 201 Waterfront Street | National Harbor, MD  20745

Regular rate:  $259/night
Fed Govt/Military rate:  $251/night
(Please note, Government Per Diem rate is available to US Federal government and active duty military only.  Must show valid Federal Government or Military ID at check-in.)

Reduced rates available until September 28, 2018.  Reservations after that date will be based on hotel availability.

RESERVE HERE

Please note, the Gaylord is currently sold out for most nights.  We have overflow rooms available at the Hampton Inn & Suites and Residence Inn.

Hampton Inn & Suites National Harbor | 250 Waterfront Street | National Harbor, MD  20745

Group Rate:  $249/night  —  RESERVE HERE

 

Residence Inn National Harbor | 192 Waterfront Street | National Harbor, MD  20745

Regular rate:  $259/night  —  GROUP RATE
Fed Govt/Military rate:  $251/night  —  GOVERNMENT RATE

 

AC Hotel National Harbor | 156 Waterfront Street | National Harbor, MD  20745

Regular rate:  $259/night  —  GROUP RATE
Fed Govt/Military rate:  $251/night  —  GOVERNMENT RATE


TRANSPORTATION

The Gaylord does not provide airport transportation.  You can go to their website for information on estimated taxi fare from local airports, driving directions, parking fees and and other transportation options.

 

 

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