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.


American University DORMS

Summer housing for attendees of the Elders Climate Action Conference.

Cassell Hall features two or three bedroom suites with a living room and bathroom. Shared kitchen and laundry facilities are available on each floor. Each bedroom accommodates two guests. Bed linens, pillow and blanket are provided at no additional cost. Refrigerators are not available in the rooms, but can be rented prior to your arrival by visiting:

Single occupancy, $98 per night
Double occupancy, $79 per night/person.

This includes the 14% DC hotel tax and processing fee

To reserve your accommodation, please click the button below.


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*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:



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  A inexpensive option for Solo Travelers.   William Penn House is a Quaker center for hospitality, education, and activism on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.  They offer communal living accommodations for groups and individuals.


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