Special room rates are available for World Tourism Day Forum participants at Hotel Hive and Eaton Workshop. Book now to take advantage of the rates below!
Hotel Hive is offering World Tourism Forum participants a special "Buzz Room" rate of $199 per night plus tax for the evenings of September 26 and 27. Book by Tuesday, August 27 to take advantage of this room rate. Reservations can be made using this link or by calling the hotel at 202-849-8499.
Hotel Hive is conveniently located just a five minute walk from the United States Institute of Peace and the Foggy Bottom Metro. Hotel Hive's Buzz Rooms are best for those who go to bed late or sleep deeply, as they are located directly above or below the hotel's bar and pizza shop.
Mixing smart design with the unexpected, The Hive unites modern innovation with historic character. With its prime location, Hotel Hive guests can buzz about the city and return to a unique and innovative hotel experience. Hotel Hive is committed to sustainability, and its green initiatives include not changing bed linens unless asked and using refillable bath amenity pumps to cut down on waste. Its community service partners include Cycle for Survival, Martha's Table, and Helping Up.
Eaton Workshop is offering World Tourism Forum participants a special room rate of $249 per night plus tax for the evenings of September 25, 26, and 27. Book by Monday, August 26 to take advantage of this room rate. Reservations can be made using this link or by calling the hotel at 1-844-863-6144.
Eaton Workshop is conveniently located walking distance from the McPherson Square Metro, which is just two stops from the Foggy Bottom Metro.
Eaton Workshop is a global purpose-driven company and creative lab at the intersection of culture, media, hospitality, wellness, and progressive social change. Founded by Katherine Lo, whose background in activism and filmmaking fuels her vision of a new inclusive gathering place for changemakers and creatives, Eaton consists of distinct parts – Hotel, House, Media, Wellness, and Impact. Collectively, the pillars serve as an incubator for arts and culture, a beacon for sustainability, a hub for impact initiatives, a holistic healing center, and a global media presence. Building a community with a shared ethos of caring for today’s world and conceiving of how we can make it better, Eaton forms connections through its physical spaces, as well as through dynamic digital storytelling and experiences.