ECAD Lodging

Monday and Tuesday’s Elders Climate Action Day will be held at American University Washington College of Law at 4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW. It is a 5 minute walk from the Tenleytown–AU Metro Station on the Red Line, which offers a direct connection to Union Station and nearby Capitol Hill where we will be on Wednesday. Any lodging close to a metro station on the W/NW extension of the Red Line will provide easy access to ECAD activities. These include the Cleveland Park, Woodley Park, Dupont Circle, and Farragut North metro stations.

American University provides a listing of hotels and three hostels in the surrounding area. Some provide a discount if you mention AU. From Tenleytown-AU metro station to Union Station is about a 20 minute ride, and a round-trip ticket is under $5.

 

HOTELS

*Note that there will be an added 14.5% hotel tax to any quoted price.

Days Inn on Connecticut Ave., is two blocks from the Red Line metro.  Rooms are approximately  $150 per night in June.


If you wish to research hotels closer to downtown, the following sites are very helpful:

Hotels.com

Booking.com

Trivago.com

Tripadvisor.com

Hotwire.com

 

ADDITIONAL LODGING OPTIONS

Many of our members stay at an Airbnb, of course, another excellent option.  You can choose to rent a room or whole house depending on your needs, just set your search perimeters.

Another suggestion may the williampennhouse.org.  A inexpensive option for Solo Travelers.   William Penn House is a Quaker center for hospitality, education, and activism on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.  The offer communal living accommodations for groups and individuals.

 

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