Hotel

Omni Shoreham Hotel

2500 Calvert Street NW (at Connecticut Ave.)
Washington DC, 20008

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Conference rate extended to february 2

The conference rate has been extended until February 2; rooms after this date are not guaranteed and are based on availability. For help with making reservations, contact Caryn Pepper, Caryn.Pepper@interelgroup.com.

All room rates are exclusive of applicable taxes and fees. All taxes are subject to change without notice. Conference rates are available three days before and three days after the conference, based upon availability.

Conference Room Rate for February 23 – 27, 2018: $275++ single/Double

All reservations will be guaranteed with a deposit equal to one night’s room and tax. Should a guest cancel a reservation, the Hotel will refund the deposit, provided cancellation notice is given 72 hours prior to arrival.

To make your reservation via phone, dial hotel reservations at 202-234-0700. Ask for the FRAC and Feeding America Anti-Hunger Policy Conference group rate once you provide the dates of your stay.

About the Hotel

Located in one of the District’s premier residential neighborhoods, the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. boasts a resort atmosphere and a taste of politics, culture, art and music. Since 1930, the Omni Shoreham Hotel has played host to presidents, world leaders and inaugural balls, making it a true Washington landmark. Today, the hotel fuses modern comforts with distinguished service, creating a truly monumental experience.

The Metro is only a four-minute walk from the Omni Shoreham Hotel. Visit the hotel site for Travel Directions.

Parking

The Valet parking rate at the Omni Shoreham is $49.00 per day.  There are also self-park garages in the vicinity.

“The National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference allows staff to connect with and learn from the network of anti-hunger organizations nationwide, to promote best practices, share resources and address common challenges to end hunger in our communities.”
Amy Gallant, Advocacy Coordinator, Preble Street Maine Hunger Initiative