2022 ISONG World Congress: Venue & travel
Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
3001 Cameron Blvd.
Durham, North Carolina 27705 USA
Airport: Raleigh-Durham Airport (RDU)
Distance from the hotel: 30 minutes by car
Uber/Lyft estimated fee: $40 - $50
With a convenient location on the campus of Duke University, the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club is the perfect home base for exploring the Research Triangle area.
ISONG DISCOUNTED Hotel RATE
The cut-off date for the ISONG discounted hotel rate is Monday, October 17, 2022. The discounted rate is available 3 days pre/post Congress dates, based on availability. We encourage you to make your reservations as soon as possible!
$195 single/double plus taxes
Additional occupants over double occupancy: $10 per person, per night, with a maximum of four persons per guest room allowed. There is no additional charge for children 12 years old or younger.Hotel reservations
Guests may reach hotel reservations by dialing +1 919-490-0999 and requesting the ISONG 2022 Congress (Group ID: 833313) guest room block.
- If you would like to include the night of Wednesday, November 9, in your reservation, please call the hotel.
- The reservations link may not be supported on all mobile devices. If you experience any difficulties, please call the hotel.
Check in 3PM / Check out 12PM
Complimentary self-parking. Complimentary Wi-Fi.
Areas of Interest on Campus:
Duke University Chapel
Located on Duke University’s West Campus, the neo-Gothic chapel was built in 1930 and is an iconic structure on campus and within the Durham community.
Sarah P. Duke Gardens
More than 300,000 visitors from all over the world visit Sarah P. Duke Gardens annually, enjoying its 55 acres of specialized gardens in the heart of Duke University. It is a place of beauty, dedicated to learning, inspiration and enjoyment through excellence in horticulture.
Duke Lemur Center
Located less than five minutes from the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club, The Duke Lemur Center is the world’s largest and most diverse collection of lemurs outside of Madagascar. If you would like a tour of the center, click here for details. The tours fill up quickly, so please make your reservation at least one month in advance.
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
The Nasher Museum opened in 2005 as a major center for the arts on Duke University’s campus and in the surrounding Research Triangle area.
Visit Durham's 9th Street:
Click here to learn more about this unique area with a rich history and a friendly neighborhood feel.
Please contact Amy@isong.org or +1 412-344-1414 if you have any questions.