Lodging and Directions

Showcasing an unparalleled location near the University of Maryland, College Park, spacious, well-appointed hotel rooms and suites, and a range of useful perks, the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center combines the convenience of hotel living with the comforts of home.

Each intelligently designed hotel room boasts luxury bedding, a flat-screen TV, deluxe bathroom products, free Wi-Fi, and an ergonomic workspace. Along with stylish guest rooms, our hotel provides all you need for a pleasant stay in College Park.

Savor locally sourced pub fare at The Common, our signature hotel restaurant, keep fit on your own schedule at our 24-hour gym, or prepare for your event in College Park with our helpful business services. 

Our commitment to sustainability made us the nation's first LEED-certified hotel; we're currently one of the only LEED Platinum hotels in the country.

 

Accomodations

College Park Marriott & Conference Center
3501 University Blvd East
Hyattsville, MD  20783
301-985-7300

Room rates for conference attendees (single or double) are $154 per night plus state and local taxes. The conference rate is available for stays from Saturday, March 25 through Wednesday, March 30, 2017.

All guestrooms are non-smoking.

To get the conference rate, you must make your reservation by March 6, 2017.

Parking

The College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center offers FREE parking for both day and overnight guests of the conference.

Transportation

The College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center can be reached through three major airports: Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall (BWI), Washington-Dulles (IAD), and Reagan National (DCA). 

By Public Transportation

From Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall (BWI): The B30 Metrobus (route information here) will take travelers from BWI to Greenbelt Metro Station. From Greenbelt you will catch the free University of Maryland Shuttle Route 143 Greenbelt (route information here) to Stamp Student Union at the center of campus. From Stamp Student Union, you are a short walk away from the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center. 

From Washington-Dulles (IAD): The 5A Metrobus (route information here) will take you to the L’Enfant Plaza metro station in Washington, DC. From there you can take the Green Line towards Greenbelt, and disembark at the College Park stop. From the College Park Metro, the free University of Maryland Shuttle Route 104 (route information here) will take you to Stamp Student Union at the center of campus. From Stamp Student Union, you are a short walk away from the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center.

From Reagan National (DCA): Take the Metro Yellow Line towards Fort Totten. You will get off at Fort Totten and transfer to the Green Line towards Greenbelt, which takes you to the College Park Metro stop. From the College Park Metro, the free University of Maryland Shuttle Route 104 (route information here) will take you to Stamp Student Union at the center of campus. From Stamp Student Union, you are a short walk away from the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center.

A detailed Metro map and scheduling information is available at http://www.wmata.com/

University of Maryland shuttle information is available at http://www.transportation.umd.edu/shuttle.html/

Via Amtrak

Amtrak travelers can exit Union Station and take the Red Line in the direction of Glenmont. Transfer to the Green Line in the direction of Greenbelt and get off at the College Park metro stop. From the College Park Metro, the free University of Maryland Shuttle Route 104 (route information here) will take you to Stamp Student Union at the center of campus. From Stamp Student Union, you are a short walk away from the College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center.

By SuperShuttle

SuperShuttle vans pick up passengers outside of airports and reservations are recommended in advance of your flight at www.supershuttle.com. The price varies depending on your travel distance, but shared rides involving short detours to drop off costumers en route, are significantly less costly than private services. 

By car

  • Complimentary parking onsite for day and overnight guests. 
  • Throughout campus there are a number of electric vehicle charging stations.

Explore your surroundings:

  • Tour the University of Maryland campus and evolving College Park community
  • Explore Washington, DC, just 5 miles from College Park, MD and the University of Maryland.
  • This year the Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference coincides with the peak bloom Cherry Blossom season.
  • Eclectic Hyattsville, bordering College Park, includes a local brewery, an organic market, and artists’ spots like Busboys and Poets.