The Graduate School is pleased to announce an exciting new agreement with Club Quarters, a network of full-service hotels designed primarily to meet the needs of professional business travelers.
Club Quarters, the official hotel of the Graduate School, will extend special terms to all individuals identifying themselves as participants attending Graduate School classes, in every city in which Club Quarters has hotels. Current cities include: Washington, D.C., New York City (four locations), Boston, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Chicago (two locations) and Houston. For reservations by telephone, please call (212) 575-0006. Participants identifying themselves with the code word 'Graduate School' to Club Quarters will receive GSA per diem room rates and individual daily meal/beverage credits! Reservations may also be made online at www.clubquarters.com.
Club Quarters provides many amenities for its guests. Their hotels offer secure access; 24-hour service desks and concierge services; Internet access throughout the hotel; access to computer and printer; free bottled water; fitness room, restaurant and bar; Private Club Room with coffee, tea, newspapers, magazines and games; and more.
Please contact the Customer Support Center at
or by telephone at (888) 744-4723 should you require additional information.
To learn more about our training locations and to find further information on local hotels, directions, transportation, parking, etc., please identify the training location you are interested in below by state and city. This will take you to further site-specific information.
Classes are held in additional cities throughout the United
States; please search for them using the online catalog.
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