Housing in DC

Staying over in D.C.?

We can’t wait to see you in D.C. on Saturday, April 29th. If you have friends or family who can host you for the weekend, you’re set! Otherwise, we have the resources to help connect you with housing, for any budget.

Hotels
Join one of PCM’s D.C. hotel blocks arranged for the nights of Thursday, 4/27, Friday, 4/28, and Saturday, 4/29! Stay near others marching and enjoy discounted rates between $159 and $215**. Please Note: there are limited rooms available for Thursday, 4/27 with our block; reserve a room as soon as possible through us or otherwise!

Otherwise, FairHotel.org is a guide to find hotels that are fair and unionized.

** Some rooms reserved for Thursday evening are at a higher price due to limited availability.


MASS HOUSING
Mass housing is available to groups of students or travellers coming to D.C. for the march! Check out the Washington Peace Center’s offerings for mass housing here: http://washingtonpeacecenter.org/masshousing/.

Interfaith Power & Light (DC.MD.NoVA) will be coordinating hospitality for the faith and youth communities to stay at homes and congregations in the DC metro area. For more information, please visit https://faith.peoplesclimate.org/. For specific questions about hospitality, please contact Laura at laura@ipldmv.org.


SOLIDARITY HOUSING
Visit http://www.peopleshousing.com/ to either register housing you can offer or find housing being offered!

 

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