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Accommodations Package FAQs

Q: What does the Accommodations Package include?

A: The Accommodations Package is per person and includes lodging, 3 meals per day in our Dining Hall, and an array of activities during your stay with us. You can explore daily open classes in yoga, tai chi, meditation, and movement; Evenings at Omega, including concerts, films, and workshops; Lake swimming (June–August); canoeing and kayaking; basketball and tennis; and nature trails. You also have access to the Ram Dass Library, Sanctuary, Sauna, and the Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL).

Q: Do I share a room?

A: If you choose a double-occupancy room, you will be assigned a roommate of the same gender. If you are planning to room with a friend, be sure to request each other as roommates and we will house you together. (Double-occupancy rooms contain two beds. Couple's rooms have one queen-size bed. For complete lodging descriptions, please see Accommodations Package.)

Q: Do you have single rooms?

A: We have private rooms with private baths. Our Dorm Singles are private rooms with shared baths. For complete lodging descriptions, please see Accommodations Package.

Q: Do you have single-parent lodging?

A: Single-parent lodging is a Cabin Room (private bath or shared bath) suitable for one adult and 2 children, all included in one fee. Please contact Registration at 877.944.2002 for a complete description and availability.

Q: Can you describe your accommodations?

A: Omega accommodations are rustic, simple and comfortable. Linens are provided for the Cabin Rooms, but not for the Dorm or Dorm Deluxe rooms or Tent Cabins. For complete lodging descriptions, please see Accommodations Package.

Q: What is the Commuter Fee?

A: The Commuter Fee covers 3 meals per day in our Dining Hall and full access to our campus amenities. It includes daily open classes in yoga, tai chi, meditation, and movement; Evenings at Omega, including concerts, films, and workshops; Lake swimming (June–August); canoeing and kayaking; basketball and tennis; and nature trails. You also have access to the Ram Dass Library, Sanctuary, Sauna, and the Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL).

Q: Can I arrive a day early or stay a day late?

A: We're delighted that you'd like to extend your stay with us and would like to suggest that you consider adding an Omega Rest & Rejuvenation Retreat (2 night minimum) onto your stay. Please keep in mind that our accommodations can sometimes be limited. It is best to contact us 2 weeks before your arrival date so we can do our best to accommodate you. But, please don't hesitate to call us in less than 2 weeks before your arrival date; we may have space available.

Q: Can I bring my pet?

A: Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate pets on our Rhinebeck campus. However, there are several Local Hotels and Inns that do accept pets. Please keep in mind that the Hudson Valley is a popular vacation destination. We recommend that you call ahead to make reservations.

Q: Is there electricity in the Tent Cabins?

A: Yes, Tent Cabins have electricity and include a small table lamp. There is no heat in the Tent Cabins; please do not bring heaters. However, you are welcome to bring a fan in the warm months.

Q: Should I bring a heater or fan?

A: There is no need to bring a heater or fan. With the exception of Tent Cabins, all rooms are heated and have either a ceiling fan, table fan, or standing fan.

Q: How much does it cost to rent linens?

A: A "Dorm Kit" containing sheets and towels is available for $5.00. Payment is due upon arrival.

Q: Can I bring my RV?

A: Omega cannot accommodate RVs on campus. However, there are several local RV parks that we can direct you to. Call us at 877.944.2002.