Seaview Hotel Information

Hotel Reservations

You must make your own hotel reservation at the Stockton Seaview Hotel for the conference. The EERS conference hotel rates are $89 for Sunday night and $144 for Monday night. A limited number of rooms are also available for $144 for Saturday and Tuesday nights. Reserve your room by April 4th to guarantee the conference room rate.

To reserve your room, call (855-894-8698) and tell the agent that you are attending the “Eastern Evaluation Research Society” conference, as they will not likely recognize “EERS.” You may also book online, noting that the reservation system is not mobile-friendly.

  Book Seaview Rooms Online


Check in at the Seaview is 4:00PM. Check out is 11:00AM.

Limited shuttle transportation (maximum of 10 guests) to and from the airport/train station is available from the Seaview. For more information or to book a ride, call Robert Aschane, Valet Captain at the Seaview, at 609-652-1800.

If you have any questions for EERS regarding hotel arrangements, please email Kirk Knestis.

Seaview Resort Highlights

Area Highlights

Conference participants are invited to take advantage of the hotel conference rate the day prior and the day after the conference. You could use this time to enjoy a round of golf or spend a day at the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa. There are also many sights of interest in close proximity to the conference hotel:

Atlantic City
Visit the boardwalk, casinos, and clubs. The Quarter is Atlantic City’s first Las Vegas-style attraction with over 70 restaurants, shops, and nightspots all in one tropical setting. For information about Casino and Club Shows call: 1-888-AC-VISIT or visit

Historic Towne of Smithville
Just three miles north of the Seaview on Route 9 and Moss Mill Road (609-652-4040).  Beautifully restored authentic 18th century village set around Lake Meone. Lovely restaurants surround the area, including the historic Smithville Inn dating back to 1787, and more than 60 specialty shops.  Carousel and train ride.

Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge-Oceanville
More than 40,000 acres of untouched coastal salt meadows, upland fields, woodlands, open channels and bays. Home or migratory pit stop to more than 200 species of birds. Two short foot trails and an 8-mile wildlife drive. There is a per-vehicle charge, call for more information. (609-652-1665)

Renault Winery-Egg Harbor
Oldest vineyard in the United States. Wine cellar tours, glass museum, wine tasting, gift shop, and two gourmet restaurants are open to the public. (609-965-2111)

The Noyes Museum-Oceanville
The central gallery provides a panoramic view of Lily Lake and the surrounding natural landscape of the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge. Displays include a growing collection of 19th and 20th century American fine art, craft, and regional folk art. (609-652-8848)

FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center
A state of the art aviation facility. Tours available. Call in advance to receive clearance or click for more information.