The 2017 Summit takes place 7–10 May 2017 in Washington, DC. This year, the official conference location and hotel is the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, located at 201 Waterfront Street, National Harbor, Maryland 20745.
The Gaylord National Resort is situated on the banks of the picturesque Potomac river, surrounded by the premier entertainment district, the National Harbor, and is only minutes from downtown Washington, DC. All Summit events including education sessions and the Expo Hall will take place on one level at the Gaylord, just steps away from your room. The Gaylord is a hotel experience like no other. It boasts a 19-story glass atrium with sweeping views of the Potomac River and National Harbor, luxurious guest rooms, and a plethora of dining and relaxing options; you won’t even have to leave the comfort of the Gaylord! Everyone who books their stay in the STC room block will receive:
- Two complimentary water bottles in the comfort of newly renovated guest rooms
- Daily complimentary high-speed wifi in your guest room
- Resort-style amenities including a spa and fitness center, indoor pool and six onsite restaurants
- A coupon book with a valued savings of $100 for area attractions including the National Harbor, just steps from the Gaylord
With endless choices of activities outside your hotel room, we encourage you to come in early or extend your stay to take full advantage of your visit to the Washington, DC area.
STC has negotiated a special conference room rate of $229 (plus applicable taxes and fees) for single or double accommodations at the Gaylord National Resort.
Registration opens 1 December, with the super low, early bird rate of $895 only available for a limited time. Register early to get the best rate possible and ensure your spot at the premier technical communication conference!
Check out the Summit website, www.summit.stc.org, for full details on the preliminary program, Summit registration rates, additional hotel information, and activities in and around the National Harbor and Washington, DC.