Blocks of rooms are reserved at all locations listed.   Be sure to mention that you are a SPNHC99 delegate to receive the conference rate.   For those who may be traveling with families, or are interested in information regarding other hotels, please contact one of the tourism offices listed near the end of this packet.

George Washington University Residence Halls.
Simple rooms designed for undergraduate student living.  Air conditioning, linens, private baths, 24-hour security, television, lounge and community room provided.  All dorms are near the Foggy Bottom Metro or Farragut West Metro.
Must book through SPNHC by May 15, 1999 - See GWU Housing Form
Do not call GWU to make reservations.
To check into Residence Hall: go to Thurston Hall Office to sign in and get your key.
Adult single: $50/night a person; 2-6 persons: $30/night a person.
     George Washington University
     Thurston Hall
     1900 F Street, NW
     Washington, DC 20052
     Phone (202) 994-1000

The Holiday Inn Capitol
Very nice.  Voicemail and dataports, fitness center, rooftop swimming pool, laundry facilities, underground parking available.  SPNHC has 25 rooms blocked out here until May 26, 1999.  Near the National Mall.
Single or double: $149/night, plus 14.5% room tax; parking $10/day.
     The Holiday Inn Capitol
     550 C Street, SW
     Washington, DC 20024
     Phone (202) 479-4000
     FAX (202) 488-4627

One Washington Circle Hotel
An all suite hotel, contains a fine restaurant, bar, small outdoor swimming pool, and fitness center.  Studio suite rooms include queen-sized bed, queen-sized pull-out sofa, two-line telephones with data ports, cable, gourmet kitchens with coffee makers (fresh coffee beans provided daily), and scenic walkout balconies.  SPNHC has reserved a block of 25 rooms, held until May 26, 1999.  Close to Georgetown, George Washington University, and the Foggy Bottom Metro.
Single occupancy: $110.04/night, $15/each additional person, plus 14.5% room tax.
     One Washington Circle Hotel
     One Washington Circle, NW
     Washington, DC 20037
     Phone (202) 872-1680; (800) 424-9671
     FAX (202) 887-4989