What is FedRooms?
FedRooms is the official governmentwide, government-managed lodging program. FedRooms rates are negotiated specifically for federal employees (civilian and military) on official government travel. All rates are at or below per diem and all U.S. hotels are FEMA and ADA-certified.
How can hotels participate in FedRooms?
If you are a hotel and would like to participate in FedRooms, please visit the program (non-government) website, www.fedrooms.com, go to the hoteliers tab at the top of the page or contact the FedRooms Help Desk at (800) 226-1741.
How do I book the FedRooms rate?
FedRooms rates are available through all booking channels: ETS (E2, FedTraveler, and GovTrip), DTS, www.fedrooms.com, your agency selected TMC, and/or CTO and direct with the participating hotels. Travelers MUST ASK for the FedRooms rate by name. (Rate code XVU)
Besides making reservations, what other capabilities does FedRooms.com have?
After establishing an account, you can modify or cancel existing reservations electronically without having to pick up the phone; book three rooms in a single booking; and search for accommodations by reference points.
How can I take advantage of FedRooms properties for meetings and conferences?
If you would like to take advantage of FedRooms hotels for conference and meetings needs (with 10 sleeping rooms per night or more) and meeting space, please go to www.fedrooms.com (non-government site) and click on the Groups & Meetings tab. Once there, complete the questionnaire with your requirements and the FedRooms meeting manager will respond to you with all applicable hotel information. Expect a response within five business days (or less) from date of initial request. Contact the FedRooms Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 226-1741 for assistance.
How do I contact the GSA Lodging Program Management Office if I have any questions and/or concerns about FedRooms? If you have any program related questions and/or concerns, please call (888) 472-5585 or send an email to Travel.Programs@gsa.gov.