Lodging and Travel Information
Holiday Inn Arlington at Ballston
4610 N. Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203
Phone: 703.243.9800 Fax: 703.243.0103
The group rate is $205 for a standard room (King Bed Non Smoking or Two Queen Beds Non Smoking)
Book online – Washington Health Policy Institute Booking Link
All guests should identify themselves at a member of George Mason University/Washington Health Policy Institute and provide the following information to the Holiday Inn upon booking:
- Arrival and Departure date
- Estimated time of arrival
- Room preference (King or Queen/Queen)
- Payment information
Please note that the cut off date for the group rate is May 3, 2013.
Reagan National Airport is a little over 7 miles from the Holiday Inn Arlington at Balston, and Metro (subway) transportation is available directly from the Reagan National Airport Metro Station. Information on getting to and from the Reagan National Airport Metro Station and main airport terminals can be found on the Reagan National airport website.
Additional Metro information can be found on Metro’s website please note that the closest Metro to the Holiday Inn Arlington at Ballston is the Ballston Metro on the Orange Line and the closest Metro to Founders Hall is Virginia Square/GMU on the Orange Line.
Dulles Airport is about 26 miles to the west, and BWI Airport is about 50 miles to the north. Both airports provide ground transportation to Arlington.
Please check back for further information.
A light continental breakfast, morning and afternoon snack is provided each day. One lunch and a reception – date not yet determined – will also be provided.
If you have specific dietary requirements please contact us immediately so that we can discuss meal options . Otherwise, meals will be at your own expense.
Washington, DC is a wonderful place to visit. If hosts fantastic museums, historical sites, entertainment, and restaurants. Holiday Inn Arlington at Ballston is just a short walk away from the metro which will take you to most places in Washington, DC. Virginia Senator Jim Webb suggest several places to visit on his website: Visiting DC from Senator Webbs’ website.