Access the program
Please visit https://us.travelctm.com/naspo/online-booking.php to access the lodging program.
At the lodging website, you will be instructed to register with your work email address. The NASPO ValuePoint lodging program offers over one million hotel rooms at over 13,000 hotels nationwide who provide at or below GSA per-diem rates for state and local employees while on official travel status. No participating addendums are required to participate in the lodging program.
To view a copy of the contract documents go to the NASPO ValuePoint website.
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Fees you are exempt from
Properties do not charge participant travelers the following fees:
- Change/cancellation fee if change or cancellation is received prior to 4:00 PM the day of check-in
- Booking, deposit or reservation fee
- Short notice reservation fee
- Early departure fee
- Flat city tax (state and local room taxes exempt from this tax)
- Parking fee when staying with no vehicle
- Resort fees
- Energy fees
The NASPO ValuePoint Travel Center will display qualified properties for the city you searched for. The NASPO ValuePoint Travel Center will show amenities and additional information such as a map, property details, and rates.
When searching for lodging facilities, the estimated cost that pops up is based on the per-diem and length of stay for the city searched. This estimated rate may change if the property offers a discount or if your search dates begin in one per-diem season and end in another. Local taxes may vary by location and are subject to change without notice.
How to book a room
To book a room, contact your contracted travel agency if required by your state's policy or book online
using NASPO ValuePoint travel center. You may also book directly with the hotel, however you will need to provide them the appropriate corporate ID number and ask for the NASPO ValuePoint rate.
Things you'll need when checking in
Travelers checking in at the hotel will need to produce verification of being a government employee. Verification types include: an employee ID badge, a business card with employees name printed on it, or a government credit card with employer name and employees name identified on the card.