Kellogg Conference Hotel
Top Washington, D.C. Hotel
Surrounded by the beautiful and historic campus of Gallaudet University, Kellogg Conference Hotel is a world-class conference center and hotel in Washington, DC.
When past guests speak of their experience at Kellogg Conference Hotel, the highlights are the amenities, the food, and the warm, personalized hospitality. They elaborate on the sensations that create impact, like the environment, location, comfort, and impeccable Platinum Service.
Kellogg Conference Hotel has crafted an experience that blends professionalism with a feeling of modern luxury. Through meticulous fine-tuning, we’ve created a new standard for conference center hotels in Washington, DC.
Please note that our entire staff is vaccinated against COVID-19.
Flexible Meeting Spaces for Signature Events
Kellogg Conference Hotel has perfected the formula needed for you to not only host a successful event but also create one that goes beyond even the highest standards. With 17,000 square feet of meeting space, Kellogg Conference Hotel provides a versatile event location for everyone, from private corporations to government agencies and educational institutions.
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Where We Are
Perfectly located in the center of the nation’s capital on the campus of Gallaudet University, Kellogg Conference Hotel is surrounded by beautiful architecture and steps from vibrant dining and nightlife. Kellogg Conference Hotel is ideal for anyone who wants to unwind or take in the sites, bites, and sounds of Washington, DC.
Delicious Food Starts With the Finest Ingredients
Tasty food made with fresh ingredients, that's our philosophy. We believe in creating dishes that nourish your mind and body. Our menus are full of indulgent flavors, quality ingredients and presented with elegance. At Kellogg Conference Hotel we always aim to leave your taste buds in wonder, yearning for the next bite.
The Gesture Literacy Knowledge Studio
For more than 150 years, Gallaudet has been the political, social, and economic engine of the deaf community. Deaf history and culture are integrated into everything we do. In addition to a diverse staff that speaks many languages including American Sign Language (ASL) and Gesture, we are home to the Gesture Literacy Knowledge Studio. This innovative studio was created to generate new knowledge, new experiences, and new paradigms related to gesture.
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Feeding guests has gotten complicated. A growing interest in personal and environmental health, combined with more health information available, means that more and more people have dietary restrictions. It’s no longer just one vegetarian guest or one guest who keeps Kosher. Instead, any given event could have a variety of food issues.
Let's talk science!
According to trendwatchers, consumers are increasingly interested in learning more about gut health; understanding the use of probiotics and prebiotics as a natural way to support a healthy digestive system.
According to those who study the alcohol industry, consumption of “no and low” alcohol drinks will grow by 31% by 2024. Why is this important to conference organizers and attendees? Traditionally, many conferences and conventions have used alcohol as a social lubricant and an enticement for attendees. Happy hours, drink tickets, and post-meeting cocktails are all standard. How can organizers adapt to this new trend?