The Hotel at the University of Maryland offers 297 guest rooms and 43K SF of meeting space in a gorgeous, 10-story building located just opposite the University of Maryland campus in College Park. The Hotel is working in partnership with the university, but is independently owned and operated by Southern Management Corporation.
Upon entering the hotel, guests are welcomed into a grand lobby with beautiful furnishings and displays of local artwork, and greeted with a warm smile by a friendly concierge. Guest rooms, which average 450 square feet, are the largest in town, and The Hotel boasts 29 signature suites of varying sizes. A fitness center, indoor pool and a 5,200 SF Red Door Salon & Spa are located on the property’s fourth floor. The Hotel also features an incredible lobby bar, 3 on-site restaurants and 10 event spaces, including a 10th story penthouse space with an enormous outdoor terrace and sweeping views of the University of Maryland campus and downtown College Park.
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Registration and Networking
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Special Interview with Angela Alsobrooks
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Welcome to the Mixed-Use Boom
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Future of Prince George's County
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Closing Remarks: David Iannucci
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Our Prince George's County Schmooze!
The Hotel at The University of Maryland
7777 Baltimore Ave.
College Park, MD 20740
Ballroom: Calvert Ballroom, Conference Level
The Hotel offers a large parking garage, with an entrance just behind the Hotel's main entrance on Hotel Drive. Valet parking is also available at the main entrance to the property.
Valet: $24 per car
Self: $10 per car
Prince George's County may not have received HQ2 — but there's enough of a development boom to sweep Amazon to the side. From the potential of the Purple Line to massive mixed use developments underway, PG County has more than enough potential, at locations including New Carrollton, National Harbor, and even Largo Town Center.
But despite all the young talent flocking to PG County for academia, the challenge becomes giving these young professionals to stay - and build - Prince George's County to make the ultimate live/work/play environment. How can developers step into the fray?
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