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Experience refreshing lodging near Washington DC attractions at Kellogg Conference Hotel. The 99-acre campus includes the original Gallaudet campus, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Of interest are: Chapel Hall. A national historic landmark; "Ole Jim" a rare example of late nineteenth-century Queen Anne architecture; Faculty Row; and the bronze sculpture of Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and his first student, Alice Cogswell. All of these are just steps from our Gallaudet University hotel.

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Union Station

Is the hub for MARC train, Amtrak and Metrorail. Accessible from all major airports. It also features dynamic shopping and a variety of restaurants.

Capitol Hill

The "Hill" encompasses not only the Capitol but the Supreme Court Building, Library of Congress, Botanic Gardens and the beautifully renovated Union Station. As a downtown Washington DC hotel, the Kellogg Conference Hotel is just a ten-minute ride away.


This multi-ethnic neighborhood features an eclectic assortment of international shops and restaurants.


The Kellogg Conference Hotel is one of the most popular Smithsonian hotels, located just two miles from the Mall, a mile-long park that stretches from the Capitol to Lincoln Memorial. Many historic and cultural attractions are located on the Mall, including the National Gallery of Art, nine of the Smithsonian museums, Washington Monument and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.


You'll find some of the most famous Washington DC attractions just moments away in downtown. The White House, Ford's Theater, the National Portrait Gallery and Federal Triangle are among the well known points of interest.

Foggy Bottom

The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts – a complex of six performance facilities and permanent home of the National Symphony Orchestra, Washington Ballet and Washington Opera – is located in this cosmopolitan neighborhood.

Dupont Circle

This area is popular with Washingtonians and visitors alike for its galleries, shops, bookstores and diverse restaurants.


Historic homes, fine restaurants and stores, lively night clubs and Georgetown University are highlights of this well known neighborhood.

We are also located conveniently to several Washington DC government agencies.