American Society

for Rickettsiology


Early Abstract Deadline to be considered for Travel Grants:  APRIL 1

Abstract Deadline: APRIL 30

Hotel Information

Colonial Williamsburg

310 South England Street

Williamsburg, VA

Accessible - Dog Friendly - Family Friendly




    ASR Attendee Group Rates

    Enjoy a relaxing hotel escape in the heart of the Historic Area. Just steps from the action, the inviting lodge boasts a world-class restaurant and convenient access to spa and golf recreation amenities.  

    Staying on property guarantees after-hours networking opportunities and includes admission to the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area for the duration of your stay. It also helps ASR meet our contracted obligations at the hotel, ensuring the overall financial success of the meeting for the society.  After the cutoff date, rooms may be available at the prevailing rates.  

    Hotel Reservations:

    ASR Group Rate: $189/night + tax

    Reservation Deadline: July 1, 2024

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    Check In/Out:  4:00 PM / 11:00 AM

    ASR Attendee Guest Benefits:

    • Complimentary WiFi in guest room, meeting space and all public areas
    • in-room coffee maker
    • 1 indoor and 2 outdoor pools
    • Access to fitness center
    • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
    • Free CW historic area shuttle
    • Walking distance to golf course, spa, historic taverns, carriage rides and more
    • Marriott Bonvoy points & perks
    • Lil Patriot's Club for kids
    • Childcare services can be arranged directly through the hotel upon request
    • Complete list of onsite amenities for guests of Williamsburg Lodge

    Thank you to our Sponsors for their support 

             

                 

    About Colonial Williamsburg

    Colonial Williamsburg wax sealColonial Williamsburg is the largest outdoor living museum in the country, upholding its educational mission through immersive, authentic 18th-century experiences and programming for its guests.  The 301-acre Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area features iconic sites, working tradespeople, historic taverns, and two world-class art museums.  

    All profits from CW Resorts support the preservation and educational mission of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.  The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is a private, not-for-profit 501c3 educational institution.

    Site Statement / Cultural Acknowlegement

    The American Society for Rickettsiology acknowledges that Colonial Williamsburg, site of the 2024 meeting, was the traditional homeland of Native Americans that included the Cheroenhaka (Nottoway), Chickahominy, Eastern Chickahominy, Mattaponi, Monacan, Nansemond, Nottoway, Pamunkey, Patawomeck, Upper Mattaponi, and Rappahannock tribes and later a center of slavery. By selecting Williamsburg, ASR is not undermining the impact that colonialism and slavery have had, and continue to have, in the livelihood and success of under-represented groups. We recognize that slavery and colonialism have resulted in the unfair repression of members of these groups, including important members of our society and the scientific community. We understand that the reenactment of colonial times can be upsetting and harmful to some members of our community.  With this knowledge, we would like to encourage all members of the society to learn more about the lingering impacts this time in our history has on BIPOC members of our community.  Further, we encourage you to look into the following resources for more information on this complicated history.

    There are opportunities to learn about the American Indians and why we use the term American Indian, and the enslaved people of Williamsburg whose stories are a part of the rich history of Virginia. During the meeting, we have breaks in the scientific program to allow participants to learn more about the history through tours.

    Getting Here

    Williamsburg is an easy drive from most major Northeast and Mid-Atlantic cities. We are accessible by air with over 200 daily flights and over 25 cities with direct, non-stop service to Norfolk, Richmond, and Newport News/Williamsburg airports.

    FLYING

    • Newport News/Williamsburg (PHF) is the closest airport; a 20-30 min. drive to Williamsburg Lodge. Taxi/Uber/Lyft: ~$28-30 one way.
    • Norfolk (ORF) is a 45-50 min. drive to Williamsburg. Uber/Lyft service ~$70-75. 
    • Richmond (RIC) is a 45-50 min. drive to Williamsburg. Amtrak offers rail service several times daily for $10 one way.  Uber/Lyft service ~$70-75. 

    DRIVING 

     Newport News 22 mi. (0:25)
     Norfolk or Richmond 45 mi. (0:50)
     Washington DC 153 mi. (2:30)
     Raleigh-Durham 209 mi. (3:00)
     Philadelphia  299 mi. (4:50)
     Pittsburgh 389 mi. (6:15)
     New York City 385 mi. (6:20)
     Boston 600 mi. (10:00)

    ASR COVID Statement

    Your comfort and safety are the utmost importance and central in our planning for the 2022 ASR Annual Meeting. We continue  to monitor the latest information coming from the national, state and local health and public authorities. We will continue to work closely with the hotel to ensure all recommended safety guidelines and health protocols are followed during our time at the hotel and we will follow the local policy regarding masks.  

    We recommend that everyone be up to date with their Covid-19 vaccinations.


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