NCC Open to Public, Pets During Storm
Conference center’s 917 guest rooms are being made available for those with flooding, power issues.
The National Conference Center announced Monday that it will be open its facility, usually reserved for private events, to the general public during Hurricane Sandy.
Typically, the facility does not rent individual rooms as it hosts training meetings, seminars, conferences, weddings and other special events. In addition, pets are welcome.
“We have multiple generators at NCC so we’ll have electricity and our food and banquet facilities and dining room will be open,” said general manager Kurt Krause in a press release. “Since we have capacity, we wanted to make our rooms available to those who may need housing during the storm.”
For information or to book a room, please call 703-724-6260.